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Reproductive system
Reproductive system
Reproductive system
Reproductive system
Reproductive system
Reproductive system
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Reproductive system

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This slide show shows and describes some of the reproductive organs of female as well as male bodies.

This slide show shows and describes some of the reproductive organs of female as well as male bodies.

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  • 1. Female reproductive system
  • 2.  Ovum: Female sex cell.  Ovary: The ovaries produce Otherwise know as the egg. eggs (ova) and female hormones. Fun fact: In humans, the ovum is the largest cell visible to the  Fun fact: Each ovary is about naked eye. It is about 0.1 mm in the size and shape of an size in humans. almond.
  • 3.  Urethra: The transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body. In females, the urethra is shorter than in the male and emerges above the vaginal opening.  Uterus: an organ in which a fertilized egg develops from an embryo to a fetus.
  • 4. Myometrium: the Endometrium: the muscular layer of inner lining of the the uterus layer uterus that is the that is responsible site of implantation for the of the embryo contractions that (fertilized egg) take place during birth as well as during the Bartholins glands: A pair of glands menstruation. between the vulva and the vagina that produce lubrication in response to stimulation.
  • 5. Male Reproductive System
  • 6. Urethra: The transport tubeleading from the bladder todischarge urine outside thebody. In males, the urethratravels through the penis,and carries semen as wellas urine.Penis: The external male sex organ used to copulate and ejaculate semen and to convey urine outside the body.
  • 7. Testicles: Prostate Gland: responsible for contributes making additional fluid to testosterone and the ejaculate. for generating Prostate fluids also sperm help to nourish the sperm.• Seminal vesicles: produce a sugar- rich fluid (fructose) that provides sperm with a source of energy to help them move.
  • 8. Epididymis: Vas deferens: transports and transports stores sperm mature sperm to cells that are the urethra in produced in the preparation for testes and bring ejaculation. the sperm to maturity.

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