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chapter 11-

veterinary Assistant Career and Medical Terminology

QuestionAnswer
Cervix structure between the uterus and the vagina
embryo an unborn animal in the early stages of development from conception until its organs are formed
estrus period during which female mammals ovulate and go into heat
fetus unborn animal that has all of its organs and is in the final stages of development before birth.
mammary glands glands that produce milk after a mammal has given birth.
ovaries female reproductive organs and store ova.
ovum process by which ova are released from the ovaries.
ovulation female gamete (sex cell)
penis male reproductive organ that releases spermatozoa during mating.
placenta organ that feeds, nourishes the embryo or fetus and disposes of its waste.
prostrate gland male gland that secretes seminal fluid
spermatozoon male gamete (sex cell)
uterine horns spaces that lead to the uterus from the two uterine tubes.
uterus female reproductive organ where the embryo or fetus develops
vagina passageway for both the reproductive and urinary tracts: serves as the birth canal
Testicles male reproductive organs that produce spermatozoa and the male sex hormone testosterone
Created by: deborah_miller23