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Livestock Repro

How long does it take for spermatogensis to occur? 50 days
Passageway for spermatoza and sends sperm from epididymis to urethra Vas deferens
Produce seminal plasma Accessory Glands
Helps plug the female reproduction tract and reduce loss of spermatoza Seminal plasma
a protective fibrous sheath consisting of smooth muscle, blood vessels, and nerves Spermatic cord
the site where fertilization takes place in mammals oviduct
Responsible for maturation, storage and transportation of sperm cells Epididymis
Funnel-like opening that picks up the eggs then sends them into the body of the ovidcut Infundibulum
What two hormones do the ovaries produce? estrogen and progesterone
proliferation, growth, and maturation of the ova oogenesis
a blister-like mass on the surface of an ovary that contains a developing ovum follicle
discharge of semen from penis ejaculation
differentiated ovum surrounded by a single layer of follicular cells primary follicle
ovum surrounded two layers of follicular secondary follicle
The scrotum regulates what? Temperature
to produce sperm, responsible for maturation, and transportation of sperm Major Functions of Male Repro. Tract
functions as a passageway for sperm during copulation, incubates the embryo during pregnancy, and contracts to expel the fetus during parturition Functions of the uterus
Poultry or Mammals have one oviduct poultry
hormone that regulates the contraction of the uterine muscles and ejection of milk oxytocin
Created by: archie125