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Repro Systems

Human Reproduction Reproductive Systems

the primary sex organ of the male testes
alkaline fluid that contains fructose and prostaglandins semen
process where sperm leave the male's body ejaculation
the sac that holds the testes scrotum
where sperm are produced in the testes seminiferous tubule
where the testosterone is produced in the testes interstitial cells
part of the sperm that contains the chromosomes head
structure in sperm that is full of digestive enzymes acrosome
contained in the midpiece of the sperm to provide energy mitochondria
the production of sperm by the process of meiosis spermatogenesis
structure where sperm mature and are stored epididymis
tube that connects the epididymis to the urethra vas deferens
where most of the semen is made seminal vesicle
donut-shaped gland around the urethra that secretes fluid for the semen prostate gland
small, pea-sized glands that secrete a lubricating fluid bulbourethral glands
male organ of sexual intercourse penis
the term for not being able to maintain an erection erectile dysfunction
surgical procedure to remove the foreskin of the penis circumcision
the primary sex organs of the female ovaries
the production of eggs through meiosis oogenesis
the process where the mature egg is released from the ovary ovulation
the structure that forms in the ovary after ovulation corpus luteum
tube that connects the ovary to the uterus uterine tube
where fertilization occurs uterine tube
when implantation occurs in the uterine tube ectopic pregnancy
structure where the fetus develops uterus
inner layer of the uterus endometrium
muscular structure between the uterus and vagina cervix
the birth canal, organ of sexual intercourse, and exit for menstrual flow vagina
external genitals of the female vulva
female structure that is comparable to the penis clitoris
average number of days in the menstrual cycle 28
average day when ovulation occurs 14
name of the hormone that pregnancy tests look for HCG
time of bleeding due to loss of endometrial tissue menstruation
period where a woman's reproductive cycle stops menopause
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