Tightly coiled structures that produce sperm
A sac located between the thighs and holds the testicles
What term refers to the penis and scrotum?
This piece of skin, also called the foreskin, is removed during circumcision.
This structure carries both urine and semen.
These cells secrete testosterone.
This is a skin-covered muscular region located between the vaginal orifice and the anus.
Implantation of the embryo occurs within this organ.
The placenta forms in this organ.
The cervix is part of this organ.
The myometrium and the endometrium are layers of this structure.
The fundus forms the upper part of this structure.
On what organ is the corpus luteum found?
If implantation occurs within the fallopian tube, the pregnancy is described as?
What is the target of FSH and LH?
What is the midcycle event stimulated by a surge of LH?
What do the ovaries and the testes have in common?
They're both called gonads
What structure is the major producer of testosterone?
What structure contains 23 chromosomes?
What structure secretes the gonadotropins?
Anterior Pituitary Gland
What is not located in or on the ovary?
What is the primary secreter of estrogen and progesterone?
The oviduct or fallopian tube is the site of?
What is detected by a Pap smear?
Cancer of the cervix
a woman is likely to develop a vaginal yeast infection after taking antibiotics because they
Alter the normal flora of the vagina
Estrogen and progesterone are
Secreted by the ovaries
What secretes large amounts of progesterone?
An elevation of plasma levels of estrogen and progesterone
Prevents the release of FSH and LH
What maintains the corpus luteum?
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)
In the absence of human chorionic gonadotropin
The corpus luteum deteriorates into the corpus albicans
This refers to the estrogen-induced thickening of the endometrium.
The proliferative phase of the uturine cycle
What is the mature follicle?
The Grafian Follicle
Menstration occurs in response to
Diminished plasma levels of estrogen and progesterone