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Roske HS Reproductio

Reproduction TEST HS Health

What are the 3 major functions of the female reproductive system? 1. Produce ova 2. Receive sperm 3. Nourish fetus
Health issues related to female reproduction, and how to treat: Endometriosis: surgery. Cancer: chemo, radiation, surgery. Cramps: medicine, heating pad, bath, exercise. PMS: eat right, exercise, sleep. TSS: doctor. STD's: varies.
Health issues related to male reproduction and how to treat: Cancer: chemo, radiation, surgery. Sterility: no treatment. STD's: varies.
Glands that are part of the Endocrine system: pancreas: produces insulin. Pituitary: master gland. Adrenal: stress response. Thyroid: metabolism. Thymus: heart. Parathyroid: calcium and phosphorous.
STUDY the process of menstruation. 28 day cycle...what happens? How much blood and tissue leave the body? What happens to a fertilized/non-fertilized egg? What is the purpose? STUDY both diagrams of the male and female and be able to label all parts.
Pathway a sperm travels: testes_ epididymis_vas-deferens_seminal vesical _prostate_cowpers_urethra_out penis
Pathway an egg (ovum) travels: ovary_fallopian tube_uterus_ cervix_vagina. (The egg will either implant or leave the body with menstruation.
male hormone which causes sperm production testosterone
storage site for sperm outside of testes epididymis
the pathway sperm travels before it reaches the urethra vas deferens
external reproductive organ penis
releasing of one mature egg each month ovulation
when a sperm unites with an egg fertilization
the end of a uterus which is a high risk organ for cancer cervix
the birth canal vagina
the female sex glands that house the egg ovary
when the lining of the uterus is shed menstruation
a chemical messenger that is released into the blood stream hormone
the master gland pituitary gland
a group of cells that or organ that releases hormones gland
a time when a teenager will have changes to their body puberty
produces the male sex hormone testes
holds the testes scrotum
produces nourishing fluids that blend to make semen seminal vesicle
tube that extends from the bladder urethra
a site where there is a high risk for cancer in males prostate
a condition where a person is unable to reproduce sterility
pear shaped organ that houses a fetus for development uterus
tube that egg will travel down fallopian tube
Created by: maplelakesped