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Human Sexual Reproduction - Males

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Tutorial focuses on the parts and function of the male reproductive system.

Tutorial focuses on the parts and function of the male reproductive system.

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  • 1. From the following list choose whether it is part of the Male or Female or both Male and Female Reproduction System. Tick your response Each correct answer is worth 1 mark. (If you don’t know have a guess). M 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. Glans penis Prostate Ovary Vas Deferens Bartholin’s Glands Labia minora Cervix Mons pubis (mons vereris) Cowper’s Glands Urethra Ureter Fimbriae Clitoris Hymen Testes Fallopian Tubes Scrotum Foreskin Epididymis Vulva Ova Pituitary Gland Labia majora Uterus Prepuce gland Seminal Vesicles Mammary gland Adrenal Glands Thyroid Gland Testosterone Oestrogen Progesterone , F M&F SCORE Score Percentage /32 %
  • 2. M Glans penis Prostate Ovary Vas Deferens Bartholin’s Glands Labia minora Cervix Mons pubis Cowper’s Glands Urethra Ureter Fimbriae Clitoris Hymen Testes Fallopian Tubes Scrotum Foreskin Epididymis Vulva Ova Pituitary Gland Labia majora Uterus Prepuce gland Seminal Vesicles Mammary gland Adrenal Glands Thyroid Gland Testosterone Oestrogen Progesterone , F M&F                                 SCORE
  • 3. Puberty Humans pass through a stage known as puberty. This brings about both primary and secondary sexual characteristics. Primary Sexual Characteristics - Males In males, (a) the penis enlarges. (b) sperm is produced for the first time and the male will experience erections. This is due to engorgement of blood in the penis. (c) The whole process is under the influence of the hormone testosterone.
  • 4. Puberty Primary Sexual Characteristics - Females In females, (a) the menstrual cycle begins, indicating the release of fertile ovum. (b) Enlargement of the labia of the vagina and a change in hormone production. (c) The hormones oestrogen and progesterone are responsible for the menstrual cycle of the female.
  • 5. SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS. In the male (a) the voice changes, becomes deeper. (b) development of muscle tissue and a growth spurt. (c) growth of body hair - pubic, chest, and face. In the female (a) change in body shape, rounder hips. (b) development of mammary glands. (c) growth of pubic hair. (d) increase in fat tissue; essential for fertility. As a general rule males are taller and heavier than females.
  • 6. Sexual Reproduction - Males Bladder Seminal Vesicle Prostate Gland Penis Foreskin Urethra Testis Vans Deferens Epididymis Scrotum
  • 7. Sexual Reproduction - Males Epididymis : The tissue that stores sperm and the site of sperm maturation. Penis : The male reproductive organ that carries sperm to the vagina. Prostate : The tissue that stores sperm and the site of sperm maturation.
  • 8. Sexual Reproduction - Males Scrotum : The site that houses the Testes. Seminal Vesicles : The site of semen production. Testes : The male gonads and site of sperm production. Vas Deferens : The tube that carries the sperm from the testes to the urethra and then to the outside environment.