The Male And FemaleReproductive Systems   Jasmine Villanueva     Frannsone Jean        Mr.Tullis      Fourth Period
Overview Of TopicFemale Reproductive Organs:   Male Reproductive Organs:                              Vas DeferensOviduct ...
Also known as the Fallopian Tubes, are one pair of ciliated channels, that guides a ripened egg through it’s travel to the...
Vagina                   Uterus                         Cervixa muscular tubular tract     is a pear-shaped muscular   The...
Scrotum                            Testes                      EpididymisA pouch-like structure that      The organ that p...
PenisThe penis is the anatomicallymale organ. It has a longshaft and enlarged bulbous-     Is in both the male and females...
Vas Deferens                           Seminal Vesicle The vas deferens is a long,          The seminal vesicles are sac-l...
Sources•   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Male_reproductive_system_(human)•   http://my.clevelandclinic.org/anatomy/male_rep...
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  1. 1. The Male And FemaleReproductive Systems Jasmine Villanueva Frannsone Jean Mr.Tullis Fourth Period
  2. 2. Overview Of TopicFemale Reproductive Organs: Male Reproductive Organs: Vas DeferensOviduct Seminal VesicleUterus UrethraVagina Prostate GlandOvaries Penis ScrotomCervix Epididymis Testis
  3. 3. Also known as the Fallopian Tubes, are one pair of ciliated channels, that guides a ripened egg through it’s travel to the Uterus.Ovaries: Are the primary reproductive organs inwhich un-ripened eggs form and mature.
  4. 4. Vagina Uterus Cervixa muscular tubular tract is a pear-shaped muscular The cervix is the lowerleading from the uterus to organ in the upper female portion of the uterus.the exterior of the body. reproductive tract. The It widens during child uterine fundus is the birth to allow the upper portion of the passage of a baby. The uterus where pregnancy cervix also allows the occurs. passage of menstrual fluid from the uterus. Sperm also need to travel through the cervix to reach the uterus. The cervix is approximately two inches long and is tubular in shape.
  5. 5. Scrotum Testes EpididymisA pouch-like structure that The organ that produces sex Acts as a maturation andhangs behind the penis. It cells. The testes are egg- storage place for spermholds and protects the testes. shaped structures that grow before they pass into the to be about one inch long and vas deferens. rest inside the scrotum.
  6. 6. PenisThe penis is the anatomicallymale organ. It has a longshaft and enlarged bulbous- Is in both the male and femaleshaped tip called the glans reproductive system. In a female itpenis, which supports the transports urine out of the body. In aforeskin. When the male it transports semen and urine.anatomically male personbecomes sexually aroused,the penis becomes erect andready for sexual activity.
  7. 7. Vas Deferens Seminal Vesicle The vas deferens is a long, The seminal vesicles are sac-likemuscular tube that travels from pouches that attach to the vas deferensthe epididymis into the pelvic near the base of the bladder. Thecavity, to just behind the bladder.The vas deferens transports seminal vesicles produce a sugar-richmature sperm to the urethra in fluid that gives sperm energy helpingpreparation for ejaculation. sperms’ to move. The fluid of the seminal vesicles makes up most of the volume of a man’s ejaculatory fluid Prostate Gland The prostate gland is a walnut-sized structure that is located below the urinary bladder in front of the rectum. The prostate gland contributes additional fluid to the ejaculate. Prostate fluids also help to nourish the sperm
  8. 8. Sources• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Male_reproductive_system_(human)• http://my.clevelandclinic.org/anatomy/male_reproductive_system/hic_the_male_ reproductive_system.aspx• http://www.cchs.net/health/health-info/docs/2400/2418.asp?index=9118• www.google.com

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