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Reproduction

TermDefinition
Sperm Male sex cell
Testes Organs that produce sperm and hormones
Epididymis Sperm mature and are stored here
Sperm Duct Tube that carries sperm to the Urethra
Prostate Gland Produces semen
Cowper's Gland Produces semen
Testosterone Male Hormone
Progesterone Female Hormone
Oestrogen Female Hormone
Ovaries Produce and store potential eggs
Fallopian Tubes Transport eggs from the ovaries to the uterus
Endometrium Lines the walls of the Uterus for implantation
Scrotal sac Hold testis at a temperature cool enough for sperm production
Urethra Transports Sperm
Penis Organ of Sperm Release
Cervix Closes during pregnancy
Vagina To hold the penis during intercourse and acts as the birth canal
Fibroid Benign Tumour in the Uterus
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Stimulates follicles in ovary Stimulates follicles to secrete Oestrogen
Luteinising Hormone (LH) Causes Ovulation Forms Corpus Luteum To secrete Progesterone
Implantation Attachment of the embryo to the Endometrium
Placenta Structure of tissue connecting the blood vessels of the parent and the child
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) Treatment for Infertility
Created by: Ultan Mahon