male reproductive cell
also called testicles; two oval shaped glands that are contained in the scrotum.
the external male organ though which semen and urine pass.
the external pouch(sac of skin) that contains the testicles,just under the penis.
either of two ducts or tubes allow sperm to pass from the testicles
the duct or tube though which urine and semen are discharged
a firm partly muscular chestnut sized gland in males at the neck of the urethra
either of a pair of thick-walled tubes that carry urine from the kidney to the urinary bladder
a fold of skin covering the tip of the penis
DARK- PIGMENTED AREA AROUND THE BREAST NIPPLE
LOWER, NECK-LIKE PORTION OF THE UTERUS
ORGAN OF SENSITIVE ERECTILE TISSUE ANTERIOR TO THE URINARY MEATUS
EMBRYO FROM THE EIGHTH WEEK AFTER FERTILIZATION UNTIL BIRTH
GRADUAL ENDING OF MENSTRUATION
ONE OF A PAIR OF FEMALE ORGANS (GONADS) ON EACH SIDE OF THE PELVIS
RELEASE OF THE OVUM FROM THE OVARY
PERIOD OF LIFE WHEN THE ABILITY TO REPRODUCE BEGINS; SECONDARY SEX CHARACTERISTICS APPEAR AND GAMETES ARE PRODUCED
TUBE EXTENDING FROM THE UTERUS TO THE EXTERIOR OF THE BODY