Reproductive is a life process that
lets living things create other living
things that are similar to them .
Human beings have a sexual
reproduction in which male and
female sex cells unite
Humans are viviparous mammals
Primary sexual features are the traits
that characterise the male and female
reproductive systems .
The different traits of each reproductive
systems are called primary sexual
Secundary sexual features develop
during puberty .
There are other changes that are
specific to each sex:
- Girls develop breats and their
hips get wider.
- Boys get deeper voices ,they
get facial hair and their shoulders
- Ovules : They are female
Reproductive cells . They are big and
- Sperm: they are male reproductive
cells.They are small.
Female reproductive system
Ovaries: They produce ovules
Uterus: A foetus develops inside it
Vagina: it is the canal that
connects the uterus to the outside
of the body
Vulva: It is the outer part of the
female reproductive system. It is
made up of folds of skin called
labia that protect the entrance to
Fallopian tubes: They connect the
ovaries to the uterus
Male reproductive system
Testicles: They are outside a male’s body . They
Vas deferents: They are two thin tubes that take
the sperm from the tescicles to the urethra . They
are inside the abdomen
Uretha: it is the tube that takes urine or sperm
outside the body.
Penis :It is outside the male reproductive system
.the urethra is inside it
Seminal vesical and prostate: They are glands
that produce seminal fluid and send to the urethra
Fertilisatin is the union of sperm
and ovule in one of the Fallopian
tubes. Menstruation occurs if the
ovule is not fertilised
The develop of an embryo
During the early stages of pregnancy,
different structures are created to protect the
- The placenta.It is a spongy organ that is
connected to the wall of the uterus.
-The umbilical cord.It is made up of blood
vessels an d connects the embryo to the
-The amniotic sac.it is a membrane filled
with fluid that protects the embryo.