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choosing to not be sexually active abstience
two female reproduction glands that produce eggs & estrogen ovaries
female reproductive cells egg cells
a male sex hormone that controls the development of the secondary sex characteristics during puberty testosterone
a fluid that consists of a combonation of sperm and fluids from the seminal vesicles, prostate glnd and cowpers gland semen
the male reproductive cells sperm
two male reproductive glands that produce sperm cells and testosterone testes
entrance to the uterus cervix
the stage of growth and development when secondary sex characteristics appear puberty
a muscualar organ that supports the fertilized egg during pregancy uterus
the male sex organ for reproduction and urination penis
the tube leading from the bladder and through which urine passes out of the body uretha
a comma shaped structure on the rear upper surface of each testis where sperm are stored epididymis
a sac like pouch that holds each testis and helps regualte tempature for sperm production scrotum
a series of muscualr contractions that expel semen from the penis ejaculation
two long thin tubes that functions a passage way for sperm and as a place for sperm storage vas deferens
a muscualr tube that connects the uterus to the outside of the body vagina
a 4 inch long tube that extends from the ovary to the uterus fallopian tubes
a female sex hormone that controls the development of secondary sex characteristics during puberty estrogen
Created by: amanda2992