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The Reproductive system and Reproduction between Humans and Plants.

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When the egg leaves the ovary to be fertilised.
This starts around 11-15 years of age. Boys start producing sex hormones(testosterone) to develop into a fully mature male.
This starts around 10-14 years of age. Pituitary gland starts to produce female sex hormones (oestrogen) so the female can start to develop into a fully mature women.
When the lining of the uterus is released over 4-5 days
When a sperm's nucleus (male) fuses with the egg's nucleus (female) to make a zygote
The combination of a sperm cell and a egg cell
When the zygote has divided into many more cells, it is known as an embryo.
filter between the baby and foetus that ensures the blood does not mix
One parent. Offspring are identical to parent and each other.
two parents. offspring is not the same
Wind pollinated plants
•Petals- small, white or green
•Anthers-produce lots of pollen
•Stigma-large and sticky
•Pollen-light, small and dry
Insect pollinated plants
•Petals-big, colourful and aromatic
•Anthers-produce small amount of pollen
•Stigma-strong and small
•Pollen-sweet and smells nice
Pollen tube
transports the male nucleus of the pollen grain to the female nucleus of the egg for fertilization.
During pollination , The process by which pollen from the anthers of a flower lands on the stigma of a flower either by wind or insect.
to produce ova/eggs
Fallopian tube
transports egg from ovary to uterus
Baby develops here
Where sperm and male hormones are produced.
Prostate gland
gland producing fluid to activate sperm
Urethra (in male)
tube from bladder to outside of body also carries semen to outside.
female reproductive system
ovaries, oviduct, uterus, vagina
Male reproductive system
testes, sperm duct, penis
male gamete
sperm, made in testes
female gamete
egg, made in ovaries
changes occur in the body that occur as the body becomes sexually mature
menstrual cycle
approximately 28 day cycle in human females when uterus lining builds up and is then shed.
the term given to the part of the menstrual cycle when the endometrium is shed for aprox. 5days
period marking the end of a women's fertile life
when a man is sexually aroused penis is filled with blood and becomes stiff.
semen is ejected through the penis
fertilization human
When a sperm cell penetrates the egg cell and the nuleus of the sperm joins the nucleus of the egg to form a zygote.
scientific name for baby, recognisable human features
amniotic fluid
fluid that keeps foetus moist and cushions it from blows
muscular bag that squeezes the baby out during birth
umbilical cord
passes food and oxygen to foetus and removes waste such as Co2

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