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  • 1. Learning Objectives for Anatomy Lectures Summer 2003 Lecture 13: Pelvis and Contents At the end of lecture 13, the student should be able to: 1) Identify the parts of the bony pelvis 2) Describe the sexual dimorphism seen in the pelvis 3) Describe the functions of the pelvis 4) Explain how the male and female reproductive organs are formed from embryonic structures 5) Identify the homologous genital structures in the male and female 6) Define puberty and compare male and female characteristics of the period 7) Identify the primary and accessory sex organs in the male and female reproductive systems 8) Describe the location, structure and function of the scrotum and associated structures 9) Identify and describe the system of ducts that spermatozoa travel through from the testis to the penis 10)Describe the location and process of spermatogenesis 11)Identify the structures within the spermatic cord 12)Identify the location and function of the male’s accessory glands 13) Describe the structure of the penis and relate it to its function 14)Describe the path spermatozoa take through the male and female reproductive tracts to reach the ova 15)Describe the location, support, structure and function of the ovaries 16)Describe the location and process of oogenesis 17)Describe the location, structure and function of the oviducts, uterus and vagina; relate structure to function 18)Describe the female external genitalia