Activity:
“What am
I”
There are 6 riddles
prepared for you to guess.
Everyone may participate.
The first one to stand and
say the right answer w...
I’m not a person, I’m
not an animal but I
sip blood. I
sometimes have
wings but can’t fly.
What am I?
Sanitary Napkin
I am good at concealing
what’s real and hide
what’s true. Sometimes, I
bring out the courage in
you. What am I?
Make-up
I may be made of metal,
bone or wood and have
many teeth. My bite
hurts no one and the
ladies love me. What am
I?
Comb
I can be long or short. I
can be grown or
brought. I can be
painted or left bare. My
tip can be round or
square. What am I?
Fingernails
I won’t break if you
throw me off from the
highest building but I will
break if you place me in
the ocean. What am I?
Tissue Paper
If you drop me I’m sure
to crack but give me a
smile and I’ll always
smile back. What am I?
Mirror
Female
Reproductive
System
Part 1
Ibangelio, Laira Joyce P.
Rivera, Roland Audrey
III-9 BSE Biology
The Female reproductive
system provides suitable
environment for the
development of embryo
until delivery.
Provides suitable
environment
• External organs
• Internal organs
• Role of hormones
External
Organs
A. Vulva-wrapper or covering (also
known as pudendum)
Mons Pubis
• firm
cushion-like
elevation of
adipose
tissue
covered b...
Labia Majora
• two
prominent,
rounded
folds of skin.
Pudendal cleft
• is the space
between
two Labia
Majora
Labia Minora
• pair of thin,
longitudinal
folds that
occupies
puden...
Prepuce
• where
the two
Labia
Minora
unite
over
clitoris
to form a
fold skin
Clinical
Peritoneum
• is the region
between anus
and vagina
• contains skin
and muscle
that can be
torn during
childbirth....
B. Vestibule-split between labia
minora
Hymen
• thin
covering
of mucous
membrane
of the
vaginal
opening
Vaginal Orifice
• occupies 2/3
of the
vestibule
• contains
Bartholin’s
gland that
elaborates
mucous
secretion that
acts as...
Urethral orifice
• 4 to 6 mm in
diameter
• posterior to
clitoris and
anterior to
vaginal orifice
• functions for
dischargi...
Clitoris
• pea-shaped
projection
that is
important in
sexual
excitation of
the female
• contains
nerves,
erectile
tissues ...
Female
circumcision
originated in
Egypt (as
observed on
mummies 163
BC) and adapted
by countries
within Middle
East, centr...
Internal
Organs
Vagina
• tubular canal
4-6 inches in
length
extending from
vestibule to
uterus;
• vaginal wall
has muscle
layer capable
of...
• part of birth
canal and
functions to
receive the
penis during
sexual
intercourse.
• It also allows
menstrual
flow and
ch...
Uterus/womb
• is as big as a
medium-sized
pear.
• oriented in the
pelvic cavity
with the larger,
rounded part
directed
sup...
Parts of the uterus:
• Fundus-superior to the entrance of
uterine tube
• Body-main part of the uterus
• Cervix-narrow part...
Ectopic pregnancy
Walls of the uterus
• Perimetrium
• Myometrium
• Endometrium
Fallopian tube
• named after Italian
anatomist Gabrielle
Fallopio.
• Extends from the area
of ovaries to the
uterus
• Open...
Parts of fallopian tube
• Isthmus
• Ampulla
• Infundibulum
• Fimbriae
Ovaries
• Small ovoid
body (almond
shape).
• is the site for
oogenesis and
production of
female
hormones
• it is attached to the
mesovarium which
also conducts
blood vessels into
the organ
• The outer layer of
each ovary is
pac...
Role of
HormonesUterus is where the baby is found
during pregnancy, and due to
pregnancy placenta is developed.
Placenta F...
Development of
Embryo• Fertilization
• Early cell division
(cleavage)
• Formation of Germ
layer
(Gastrulation)
• Neurolati...
Fertilizati
on
Cleavag
e
Gastrulati
on
Neurolati
on
Organogenesis
Parturition
(delivery)
• Accessory organ
(breast)
• Role of Oxytocin
Accessory Organ
(Breast)
Nipple
• a structure from
which a fluid
emanates. More
specifically, it is
the projection
on
the breasts or u
dder of a
ma...
Areola
• is any small
circular area on
the body coloured
differently from the
surrounding tissue.
• The term is most
commo...
Lobes
• Each adult
female
mammary
gland usually
consists of 15-
20 glandular
lobes by a
considerable
amount of
adipose tis...
Each lobe possesses a single
lactiferous duct that opens
independently to the surface of
nipple.
Lactiferous
sinus
• Small,
spindle
shaped
• Accumulates
milk during
milk
production.
Role of
Oxytocin
End.
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
Female reproductive organ, exposiory-deductive method, female reproductive system anatomy
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  1. 1. Activity: “What am I”
  2. 2. There are 6 riddles prepared for you to guess. Everyone may participate. The first one to stand and say the right answer will get a prize after our discussion.
  3. 3. I’m not a person, I’m not an animal but I sip blood. I sometimes have wings but can’t fly. What am I?
  4. 4. Sanitary Napkin
  5. 5. I am good at concealing what’s real and hide what’s true. Sometimes, I bring out the courage in you. What am I?
  6. 6. Make-up
  7. 7. I may be made of metal, bone or wood and have many teeth. My bite hurts no one and the ladies love me. What am I?
  8. 8. Comb
  9. 9. I can be long or short. I can be grown or brought. I can be painted or left bare. My tip can be round or square. What am I?
  10. 10. Fingernails
  11. 11. I won’t break if you throw me off from the highest building but I will break if you place me in the ocean. What am I?
  12. 12. Tissue Paper
  13. 13. If you drop me I’m sure to crack but give me a smile and I’ll always smile back. What am I?
  14. 14. Mirror
  15. 15. Female Reproductive System Part 1 Ibangelio, Laira Joyce P. Rivera, Roland Audrey III-9 BSE Biology
  16. 16. The Female reproductive system provides suitable environment for the development of embryo until delivery.
  17. 17. Provides suitable environment • External organs • Internal organs • Role of hormones
  18. 18. External Organs
  19. 19. A. Vulva-wrapper or covering (also known as pudendum) Mons Pubis • firm cushion-like elevation of adipose tissue covered by pubic hair • It is the site where two Labia Majora meet anteriorly.
  20. 20. Labia Majora • two prominent, rounded folds of skin.
  21. 21. Pudendal cleft • is the space between two Labia Majora Labia Minora • pair of thin, longitudinal folds that occupies pudendal cleft
  22. 22. Prepuce • where the two Labia Minora unite over clitoris to form a fold skin
  23. 23. Clinical Peritoneum • is the region between anus and vagina • contains skin and muscle that can be torn during childbirth. • Episiotomy is the incision of clinical peritoneum to avoid tearing.
  24. 24. B. Vestibule-split between labia minora Hymen • thin covering of mucous membrane of the vaginal opening
  25. 25. Vaginal Orifice • occupies 2/3 of the vestibule • contains Bartholin’s gland that elaborates mucous secretion that acts as a lubricant during sexual intercourse
  26. 26. Urethral orifice • 4 to 6 mm in diameter • posterior to clitoris and anterior to vaginal orifice • functions for discharging urine
  27. 27. Clitoris • pea-shaped projection that is important in sexual excitation of the female • contains nerves, erectile tissues and blood vessels • Associated with Penis
  28. 28. Female circumcision originated in Egypt (as observed on mummies 163 BC) and adapted by countries within Middle East, central South Africa and Southeast Asia.
  29. 29. Internal Organs
  30. 30. Vagina • tubular canal 4-6 inches in length extending from vestibule to uterus; • vaginal wall has muscle layer capable of constriction and enormous dilation;
  31. 31. • part of birth canal and functions to receive the penis during sexual intercourse. • It also allows menstrual flow and childbirth.
  32. 32. Uterus/womb • is as big as a medium-sized pear. • oriented in the pelvic cavity with the larger, rounded part directed superiorly. • It functions for the implantation of the fertilized egg;
  33. 33. Parts of the uterus: • Fundus-superior to the entrance of uterine tube • Body-main part of the uterus • Cervix-narrow part near vagina
  34. 34. Ectopic pregnancy
  35. 35. Walls of the uterus • Perimetrium • Myometrium • Endometrium
  36. 36. Fallopian tube • named after Italian anatomist Gabrielle Fallopio. • Extends from the area of ovaries to the uterus • Opens directly into the peritoneal cavity near each ovary and receive the oocyte • The opening of the uterine tube is surrounded by long, thin, process called fimbriae
  37. 37. Parts of fallopian tube • Isthmus • Ampulla • Infundibulum • Fimbriae
  38. 38. Ovaries • Small ovoid body (almond shape). • is the site for oogenesis and production of female hormones
  39. 39. • it is attached to the mesovarium which also conducts blood vessels into the organ • The outer layer of each ovary is packed with follicles, each consisting of oocyte a partially developed egg, surrounded by a group of support cells
  40. 40. Role of HormonesUterus is where the baby is found during pregnancy, and due to pregnancy placenta is developed. Placenta Functions for: • Barrier • Immune Protection • Site of Exchange • Secretion of Hormones
  41. 41. Development of Embryo• Fertilization • Early cell division (cleavage) • Formation of Germ layer (Gastrulation) • Neurolation • Organogenesis
  42. 42. Fertilizati on
  43. 43. Cleavag e
  44. 44. Gastrulati on
  45. 45. Neurolati on
  46. 46. Organogenesis
  47. 47. Parturition (delivery) • Accessory organ (breast) • Role of Oxytocin
  48. 48. Accessory Organ (Breast)
  49. 49. Nipple • a structure from which a fluid emanates. More specifically, it is the projection on the breasts or u dder of a mammal by which breast milk is delivered to a mother's young.
  50. 50. Areola • is any small circular area on the body coloured differently from the surrounding tissue. • The term is most commonly used to describe the pigmented area on the human breast arou nd the nipple (areola mammae).
  51. 51. Lobes • Each adult female mammary gland usually consists of 15- 20 glandular lobes by a considerable amount of adipose tissue. • It is primarily this superficial fat that gives the breast its form.
  52. 52. Each lobe possesses a single lactiferous duct that opens independently to the surface of nipple.
  53. 53. Lactiferous sinus • Small, spindle shaped • Accumulates milk during milk production.
  54. 54. Role of Oxytocin
  55. 55. End.

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