Chapter 31
A&P
Introduction
The function of the

reproductive system is
human reproduction.

Human reproduction

results from the union...
Female reproductive system
The Vagina
Hallow, pear shaped
muscular organ.
Located in the anterior
portion of the pelvic
ca...
Female reproductive system
Fallopian Tubes
Also called uterine tubes
or oviducts
Found laterally on either

side of the ...
Female reproductive system
Ovaries
Located on either side of
the uterus
Attached to the uterus

by the ovarian ligament
...
Female reproductive system
The Vagina
A musculomembranous tube
that extends from the
uterus to the vestibule.
Functions of...
Female reproductive system
Vulva consists of 5 organs
that comprise the external
female genitalia:
Mons pubis
Labia majo...
Female reproductive system
Breasts
Mammary glands
Provide milk for infants
Prolactin stimulates the

production of milk...
Male reproductive system
Purpose is to provide
sperm cells to the ovum.
Consists of the following:
Testes and ducts
Uret...
Male reproductive system
External organs
External organs consist
of the scrotum and the
penis.
Scrotum contains

smooth ...
Male reproductive system
Internal Organs
Testes (gonads)-site of
development of the male
reproductive cells & the
hormone...
Male reproductive system
Ductus deferens- vas

deferens, it is the
excretory duct of the
testes
Seminal vesicles- store
...
Male reproductive system
Bulbourethral gland-

secrete mucous
secretion into the
seminal fluid before
ejaculation.
Ureth...
Prostate cancer warning signs
The following are some potential prostate cancer
warning signs or signs of BPH:
incomplete ...
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Reprod.

  1. 1. Chapter 31 A&P
  2. 2. Introduction The function of the reproductive system is human reproduction. Human reproduction results from the union of a female sex cell and a male sex cell.
  3. 3. Female reproductive system The Vagina Hallow, pear shaped muscular organ. Located in the anterior portion of the pelvic cavity. Three areas of the uterus: Body Isthmus Neck or cervix
  4. 4. Female reproductive system Fallopian Tubes Also called uterine tubes or oviducts Found laterally on either side of the uterus Move the ovum from the ovaries to the uterus
  5. 5. Female reproductive system Ovaries Located on either side of the uterus Attached to the uterus by the ovarian ligament Produce ova and hormones
  6. 6. Female reproductive system The Vagina A musculomembranous tube that extends from the uterus to the vestibule. Functions of the uterus include: Copulation Passageway for discharge of menstruation Birth canal
  7. 7. Female reproductive system Vulva consists of 5 organs that comprise the external female genitalia: Mons pubis Labia majoria Labia minoria Vestibule Clitoris The area between the vulva and the anus is the perineum.
  8. 8. Female reproductive system Breasts Mammary glands Provide milk for infants Prolactin stimulates the production of milk Menstrual Cycle The onset is called menarche. Cessation is called menopause. Repeats approximately every 28 days
  9. 9. Male reproductive system Purpose is to provide sperm cells to the ovum. Consists of the following: Testes and ducts Urethra Accessory glands; bulbourethral, prostate and seminal vesicles Accessory sex organs; scrotum and penis
  10. 10. Male reproductive system External organs External organs consist of the scrotum and the penis. Scrotum contains smooth muscle fibers that contract, allowing for viability of the spermatozoa.
  11. 11. Male reproductive system Internal Organs Testes (gonads)-site of development of the male reproductive cells & the hormone testosterone Epidydymis- coiled tube 13-20 feet in length, ends at the ductus deferens; maturation of sperm cells.
  12. 12. Male reproductive system Ductus deferens- vas deferens, it is the excretory duct of the testes Seminal vesicles- store sperm and produce semen. Prostate gland-lies below the bladder and secretes fluid into the semen.
  13. 13. Male reproductive system Bulbourethral gland- secrete mucous secretion into the seminal fluid before ejaculation. Urethra- extends from the bladder to the urethral orifice (meatus)
  14. 14. Prostate cancer warning signs The following are some potential prostate cancer warning signs or signs of BPH: incomplete emptying of the bladder dribbling difficulty starting urination reduced force of the stream frequent urination of small amounts pain with urination ejaculation pain blood in the urine

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