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A&P 1-10

Blood/Reproduction System

Potential vessel obstruction carried by blood Embolus
RBC Erythrocytes
Clot in an unbroken blood vessel Thrombus
WBC Leukocytes
Involved with repairing of blood vessels Platelets
Contain interstitial cells and seminiferous tubules Testes
Production of sperm Spermatogenesis
Secrete estrogen and progesterone Ovaries
Production of eggs Oogenesis
Number of Chromosomes in each egg and sperm Twenty-three
White blood cells Leukocytes
Red blood cells Erythrocytes
Blood cell that contains hemoglobin Erythrocytes
Conducts and stores sperm Vas deferens
Three names for the tubes that carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus Uterine, Fallopian and Oviduct
Another name for Platelets Thrombocytes
Rectus Femoris action Flexion of the hip and extension of the knee
Tensor fasciae latea action flexion of the leg at the hip joint
Vastus intermedius origin Anterior shaft of the femur
Created by: angelmom