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Reproduction and Dev

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Reproduction with only one parent that produced an offspring that is genetically identical to the parent. Asexual Reproduction
Used to produce identical cells. Happens in asexual reproduction as well as for growth and repair Mitosis
Reproduction involving two parents. Each parent contributes 50% of the DNA. Causes genetic variation. Sexual Reproduction
Cells used in sexual reproduction. Contain half the DNA. Gametes (sperm and egg)
The union of two gametes (haploid) to form a zygote (diploid) Fertilization
Produces eggs and the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Ovary
Transfers the egg from the ovary to the uterus. It is where fertilization occurs. Oviduct or Fallopian tube
Provides nutrients, gas exchange and waste removal for a developing baby/fetus. Anything the is dissolved in the mothers blood will diffuse into the babies this organ. Placenta
Muscle at the bottom of the uterus that holds the baby in pace during pregnancy. Cervix
Birth canal Vagina
Produces sperm and testosterone Testes
Where the sperm mature Epididymis
Carries sperm from the testes/epididymis to the urethra Vas Deferens
Passageway for sperm and urine to leave the body Urethra
When the cells of a developing embryo specialize depending on what genes are turned on or off. Differentiation
Created by: PattyMcBride