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Animal Reproduction1

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Testes paired, oval shaped organs which produce sperm cells and testosterone
Scrotum protects and supports the testes, sperm and regulates temperature
Epididymis coiled tube, attached to each testis and is responsible for maturation, storage and transportation of sperm
Vas Deferens transports sperm from the epididymis to the urethra
Sigmoid Flexure s-shaped curve, allows for penis retraction; humans and stallions do not have this
Penis passageway for semen and urine; deposits semen in the female reproductive tract
Sheath protects penis from injury and infection
Ovaries produce eggs and female hormones
Follicle blister-like mass on the surface of an ovary containing a developing ovum
Corpus Luteum forms after ovum is released from the follicle and produces progesterone
Oviducts transports eggs from ovary to uterus and is the site of fertilization
Uterus consists of horns and a body; site of embryonic growth and placental and fetal development; varies among species
Vagina serves as a birth canal at parturition; separated from the uterus by the cervix; receptacle for the penis during copulation
Vulva external portion of the female reproductive tract; protects system from infection
Clitoris sensory erectile organ
Estrous Cycle reoccurs and repeats itself as long as the female is not pregnant; controlled by hormones; includes two phases
Ovulation release of egg cell from ovary; occurs near the end of estrus period
Gestation time which a female is pregnant
Parturition process of giving birth
Created by: tannerc135