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Male and Female Reproductive Systems
Female Reproductive System Purpose: To produce and carry offspring.
Female Reproduction Parts Ovary – Produces Eggs.
Female Reproduction Parts Fallopian Tube: Fertilization occurs here.
Female Reproduction Parts Uterus: Holds the fetus during pregnancy.
Female Reproduction Parts Vagina: Birth Canal
Female Reproductive Parts Estrogen / FSH: Female Hormone
Female Reproduction Parts Egg – Sex cell. Gives half of the genetic information to the child.
Male Reproductive System Purpose – to produce and release sperm for offspring.
Male Reproductive Parts Scrotum: Keeps the testes at a safe temperature (cool).
Male Reproductive Parts Testicle: Makes sperm.
Male Reproductive Parts Vas Deferens – Transports semen from the testes to the seminal vesicle.
Male Reproductive Parts Seminal Vesicle – Add liquid to the semen to make sperm.
Male Reproductive Parts Urethra – Carries liquid down the penis.
Male Reproductive Parts Penis – Releases sperm
Male Reproductive System Testosterone: Male Hormone
Male Reproductive Parts Semen – Sex cells without liquid.
Male Reproductive Parts Sperm – Sex cells that contain liquid and can swim. Contains have of the genetic information for the child.
Male Reproductive System
Puberty / Menstruation Start producing sex cells.
Menstruation Follicular Phase: Follicle Develops
Menstruation Ovulation: Egg released
Menstruation Luteal Phase: Lining Thickens
Menstruation Menstruation: Lining Sheds
Menstruation Menopause: Menstrual Cycle Stops
Fetal Development Placenta: Exchange between mother and fetus
Fetal Development Umbilical Cord: Transports material between mother and fetus
Fetal Development Amniotic Fluid: Protects Fetus