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Unit 2F

Reproductive System

Female Reproductive System Organs include the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, vulva, mammary glands, and breasts. Functions are to produce and transport the female cells, produce sex hormones, help fertilize the ova with sperm, and support a baby's development.
Ovaries Two oval organs about the size of an almond located above the uterus on either side. Functions are to create, store, and release eggs into the fallopian tubes during ovulation and produce sex hormones.
Fallopian Tubes Two tubes attached to the uterus about as wide as a piece of spaghetti. Function is to give a path from the ovary towards the uterus for the egg to travel.
Uterus Womb, is an organ with strong muscular walls where the baby is developed inside the female's abdomen that is connected to the vagina.
Vagina The muscular canal that leads from the exterior of the female body to the cervix. This passage is used to receive sperm and also will be stretched to deliver the baby during the birth process.
Cervix A thick and strong organ with a small opening between the vagina and uterus which sperm travel through to fertilize the egg.
Male Reproductive System Organs include testes, penis, duct system, and the accessory glands. Functions are to produce sex hormones, transport sex cells, and produce fluids that make up the ejaculate that contains sperm.
Testis Two oval shaped organs held inside the scrotum that produce sperm and sex hormones.
Penis Organ located outside the body responsible for the release of semen and urine.
Duct System System of tubes including the epididymis and vas deferens that transport semen from the testes to the vas deferens, through the epididymis to the ejaculatory ducts and out of the penis.
Accessory Glands Two glands called he prostate gland and the seminal vesicles that make fluids that make up the ejaculate that helps carry and look after sperm.
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