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Ch. 19 Science

Houston 7 Science- Ch. 19 Review

uterus the organ in females where the embryo develops
vagina also called the "birth canal"
ovary organ in females where hormones and eggs are formed
oviduct long tube between the ovary and the uterus where fertilization takes place
Jobs of the female reproductive system: To produce offspring; to produce hormones to prepare a woman for pregnancy
Gametes reproductive cells
ovulation the release of a mature egg from the ovary, triggered by a hormone
umbilical cord connects the embryo to the placenta
menopause the time at which a woman stops ovulating
zygote a fertilized egg
fertilization takes place in the oviduct and can ONLY occur immediately after ovulation
menstruation the process in which blood and tissue from the lining of the uterus break apart and leave the body
puberty the stage of human development where a personal 1st develops the ability to reproduce
amnion fluid-filled sac that surrounds the embryo
ovaries produce hormones and eggs
testosterone hormone produced in the testes
adulthood the stage at which physical growth for a person is over
placenta organ that gives an embryo nourishment and gets rid of wastes
urethra the tube in a male that carries urine and sperm outside the male's body
Created by: Ms.T