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FEMALE Reproductive system anatomy and physiology
Female reproductive system function
female accessory sex organs
ovaries
ovaries size
Function is to perpetuate the species through sexual reproduc…
Uterus ... Fallopian (uterine) tubes... Vagina... Vulva... Breasts
Two ovaries... Located on either side of uterus... Almond-shaped or…
is about 1-1⁄2 inches long, 3⁄4-inch wide, 1⁄2-inch thick... Pro…
Female reproductive system function
Function is to perpetuate the species through sexual reproduc…
female accessory sex organs
Uterus ... Fallopian (uterine) tubes... Vagina... Vulva... Breasts
54 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Reproductive System
Urethra (male)
Urethra (female)
Ejaculatory duct
Ductus deferens
Urethra (male)
Urethra (female)
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System
Scrotum
Dartos muscle
Cremaster muscle
Perineum
2 chambered sac that contains testes
muscle that lines scrotum; helps with regulation of temperature
muscle in spermatic cord; extension of abdominal muscle; also…
diamond-shaped areas between thighs;
Scrotum
2 chambered sac that contains testes
Dartos muscle
muscle that lines scrotum; helps with regulation of temperature
58 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System
What are the three functions or charac…
What do testes contain that are contai…
What is the function of seminiferous t…
what is the other name for sustentacul…
-produce gametes (egg and sperm)... - testes and ovaries store g…
-seminiferous tubules
-spermatogenesis occurs here... -spermatogonia differentiate int…
-nurse cells or Sertoli cells
What are the three functions or charac…
-produce gametes (egg and sperm)... - testes and ovaries store g…
What do testes contain that are contai…
-seminiferous tubules
96 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Gonad
Testes
Scrotum
Inguinal Canal
Testes for male
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
A sac made of skin, muscle, connective tissue and peritoneum
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Gonad
Testes for male
Testes
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- The Reproductive System
Main functions
Scrotum
Testes
Epididymis
-Sexual reproduction via internal fertilization is the mechan…
An external pouch of skin in which the testes are located. Ma…
Male sex glands that produce sperm through meiosis
Highly coiled tubes surrounding the testes that where mature…
Main functions
-Sexual reproduction via internal fertilization is the mechan…
Scrotum
An external pouch of skin in which the testes are located. Ma…
48 terms
Anatomy And Physiology Reproductive System
The external female organs are collect…
The primary reproductive organs of the…
Fertilization usually occurs in the ____
The ____ are 2 small folds that are si…
Vulva
Gonads
Fallopian tubes
Labia minora
The external female organs are collect…
Vulva
The primary reproductive organs of the…
Gonads
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System
Testes (Gonads)
Transport and stores sperm, assists in…
Adds secretions to semen
Testes
Produce sperm and hormones in the male
The epididymis, ductus deferens, ejaculatory ducts, and ureth…
Seminal vesicles, prostate, and bulbourethral glands are acce…
What does the scrotum support?
Testes (Gonads)
Produce sperm and hormones in the male
Transport and stores sperm, assists in…
The epididymis, ductus deferens, ejaculatory ducts, and ureth…
Anatomy and Physiology-Reproductive System
Embryonic phase
Fetal phase
Birth
Menopause
First 8 weeks of gestation
9-39 weeks of gestation
stage 1: time between onset of contractions and full dilation…
occurs between 45 and 55 loss of ova and hormone production
Embryonic phase
First 8 weeks of gestation
Fetal phase
9-39 weeks of gestation
149 terms
Anatomy and physiology - reproductive system
What is the basic function of the repr…
Is the reproductive system essential t…
Why are some parts of the reproductive…
Unlike the other systems, what does th…
The other systems work in oder to ensure the animal's surviva…
The reproductive system works with the other systems in the b…
surgical procedures are performed in order to remove or disab…
Unlike the other systems, the reproductive system requires a…
What is the basic function of the repr…
The other systems work in oder to ensure the animal's surviva…
Is the reproductive system essential t…
The reproductive system works with the other systems in the b…
37 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Reproductive System
FSH hormone
ICSH
Testosterone
GnRH
Stimulates production of ova and sperm, follicle maturation
stimulates the production of male sex hormones
main adrogen, or male sex hormone, secreted by the testicles;…
Hypothalamus hormone- gonadatropin-releasing hormone, stimula…
FSH hormone
Stimulates production of ova and sperm, follicle maturation
ICSH
stimulates the production of male sex hormones
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Gonad
Testes
Scrotum
Inguinal Canal
Testes for male
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
A sac made of skin, muscle, connective tissue and peritoneum
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Gonad
Testes for male
Testes
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
Anatomy & Physiology ~ Reproductive System
Gametes are produce, transported, and…
The developing Fetus/zygote is maintai…
What hormone is produced in males by t…
What hormones are produced by the repr…
The reproductive system
The reproductive system
Testosterone
Progesterone and estrogen.
Gametes are produce, transported, and…
The reproductive system
The developing Fetus/zygote is maintai…
The reproductive system
Physiology & Anatomy - Reproductive System
andro
crypto
diplo
follis
male... (androgen)
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
double... (diploid)
a leather bag... (follicle)
andro
male... (androgen)
crypto
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
117 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: The Reproductive System
What are the three components of the r…
What are gonads?
What do the accessory glands and organ…
What are the testes?
Gonads... Accessory glands and organs ... External genitalia
Primary sex organs
Secretes fluids into the reproductive system or other excreto…
Sperm-producing... Male gonads... Lie in the scrotum
What are the three components of the r…
Gonads... Accessory glands and organs ... External genitalia
What are gonads?
Primary sex organs
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System
spermatogensis
male gonads
female gonads
fetus
production of sperm cells... from puberty till death... in the semi…
testicles
ovaries
after eight weeks from conception
spermatogensis
production of sperm cells... from puberty till death... in the semi…
male gonads
testicles
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System
spermatogensis
male gonads
female gonads
fetus
production of sperm cells... from puberty till death... in the semi…
testicles
ovaries
after eight weeks from conception
spermatogensis
production of sperm cells... from puberty till death... in the semi…
male gonads
testicles
65 terms
Physiology & Anatomy - Reproductive System
andro
crypto
diplo
follis
male... (androgen)
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
double... (diploid)
a leather bag... (follicle)
andro
male... (androgen)
crypto
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
20 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System
Right and left ovaries
uterine horns
body of uterus
Cervix
-contains eggs that are waiting to be fertilized... -produces fe…
egg pathway from each ovary which then joins to form uterus
- Where egg gets fertilized ... - growth and development of fetu…
contains connective tissue and muscle tube like sphincter tha…
Right and left ovaries
-contains eggs that are waiting to be fertilized... -produces fe…
uterine horns
egg pathway from each ovary which then joins to form uterus
13 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System (anatomy)
vas deferens
testis
body of epididymis
seminal vesicle
vas deferens
testis
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System
Scrotum
Dartos muscle
Cremaster muscle
Perineum
2 chambered sac that contains testes
muscle that lines scrotum; helps with regulation of temperature
muscle in spermatic cord; extension of abdominal muscle; also…
diamond-shaped areas between thighs;
Scrotum
2 chambered sac that contains testes
Dartos muscle
muscle that lines scrotum; helps with regulation of temperature
116 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Reproductive system
Preovulatory phase is termed
What do estrogens do in the uterus?
No fertilization
No fertilization
The proliferative phase
Stimulate repair and thickening of endometrium
Results in menstruation
Decrease in estrogens and progesterone
Preovulatory phase is termed
The proliferative phase
What do estrogens do in the uterus?
Stimulate repair and thickening of endometrium
9 terms
Reproductive System Anatomy and Physiology
genesis
puber
folic
umbil
...
...
...
...
genesis
...
puber
...
Anatomy and Physiology - Reproductive System
Ovariohysterectomy
Spay
Prolapsed
Estrus
is the surgical removal of the female reproductive organs. Th…
Another name for a Ovariohysterectomy
which structures such as the uterus, rectum, bladder, urethra…
a recurring period of sexual receptivity and fertility in man…
Ovariohysterectomy
is the surgical removal of the female reproductive organs. Th…
Spay
Another name for a Ovariohysterectomy
37 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Gonad
Testes
Scrotum
Inguinal Canal
Testes for male
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
A sac made of skin, muscle, connective tissue and peritoneum
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Gonad
Testes for male
Testes
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
60 terms
Reproductive System (Anatomy and Physiology)
Sexual reproduction
Gametes
Zygote
Male function
receive genes from two parents- not genetically identical to…
sex cells, produced by meiosis
fertilized egg
to produce sperm and introduce them into the female body
Sexual reproduction
receive genes from two parents- not genetically identical to…
Gametes
sex cells, produced by meiosis
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System
Ovariohysterectomy
Spay
Prolapsed Uterus
Estrus Cycle
Removal of the female reproductive organs. (Both ovaries, the…
Removing the ovaries
When the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments stretch and weaken.
Recurring reproductive cycle in many female mammals, includin…
Ovariohysterectomy
Removal of the female reproductive organs. (Both ovaries, the…
Spay
Removing the ovaries
36 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System
Male Anatomy
Seminal Vesicles
Manufacturing of Sperm
Bulbourethral gland
- Urethra=same tube for sperm and urine... -erectile tissue engo…
produce seminal fluid (alkaline)
sperm is manufactured in testis (outside of body), sent throu…
Secretes fluid that cleanses urethra of other fluids
Male Anatomy
- Urethra=same tube for sperm and urine... -erectile tissue engo…
Seminal Vesicles
produce seminal fluid (alkaline)
30 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System
amenorrhea
areola
artificial insemination
Bartholin's glands
absence of menstruation
pigmented ring around nipple; any small space in tissue
procedure in which semen is placed in vagina by means of cann…
mucous glands at opening of vagina
amenorrhea
absence of menstruation
areola
pigmented ring around nipple; any small space in tissue
65 terms
Physiology & Anatomy - Reproductive System
andro
crypto
diplo
follis
male... (androgen)
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
double... (diploid)
a leather bag... (follicle)
andro
male... (androgen)
crypto
hidden... (cryptorchidism)
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Inguinal Canal
Cryptorchid
Epididymis
Menopause
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
When the testes don't descend. Can be unilateral of bilateral
Storage site for the sperm where they are also concentrated a…
Egg maturation and release stops
Inguinal Canal
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Cryptorchid
When the testes don't descend. Can be unilateral of bilateral
71 terms
Anatomy & Physiology- Reproductive System
Reproduction
Primary Sex Organs
Secondary Sex Organs
Gametes
-Humans use sexual reproduction to produce offspring
-Gonads ... -Testes in males... -Ovaries in females
Organs other than gonads necessary for reproduction... -Male: sy…
Sex cells produced by meiosis
Reproduction
-Humans use sexual reproduction to produce offspring
Primary Sex Organs
-Gonads ... -Testes in males... -Ovaries in females
Anatomy & Physiology-The Reproductive System
What happens to Somatic Cells when the…
What happens to Sex Cells (gametes) wh…
Sexual Reproduction
Gametes
46 diploid chromosomes divide into two sets of 46 diploid sets
There are 23 haploid chromosomes. They originally start out a…
process by which organisms produce offspring
germ cells produced by sexual reproduction
What happens to Somatic Cells when the…
46 diploid chromosomes divide into two sets of 46 diploid sets
What happens to Sex Cells (gametes) wh…
There are 23 haploid chromosomes. They originally start out a…
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology [Reproductive system]
Reproductive system
Testicles
Epididymis
Prostate
Production of offspring for the survival of the species
[Male] Production and immediate storage of sperm
[Male] Responsible for the storage of mature sperm cells
[Male] Secretes fluid necessary for the transport of sperm ce…
Reproductive system
Production of offspring for the survival of the species
Testicles
[Male] Production and immediate storage of sperm
9 terms
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
FUNDUS
corpus
Vagina
Uterus
top of uterus ... -Measurement correlates with gestational age…
center of uterus
birth canal
Contains the fundus, corpus and cervix
FUNDUS
top of uterus ... -Measurement correlates with gestational age…
corpus
center of uterus
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Gonad
Testes
Scrotum
Inguinal Canal
Testes for male
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
A sac made of skin, muscle, connective tissue and peritoneum
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Gonad
Testes for male
Testes
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
Gonad
Testes
Scrotum
Inguinal Canal
Testes for male
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
A sac made of skin, muscle, connective tissue and peritoneum
Also called the ring. What testes pass through on their desce…
Gonad
Testes for male
Testes
2 Functions. Make testosterone and make sperm. Found in the s…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - The Reproductive System (Male Reproductive Anatomy)
gonads
median septum
tunica albuginea
seminiferous tubules
gamete-producing glands
the separation between the two testes
connective tissue that surrounds each testis
the area where the spermatozoa are produced
gonads
gamete-producing glands
median septum
the separation between the two testes
37 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Reproductive System
FSH hormone
ICSH
Testosterone
GnRH
Stimulates production of ova and sperm, follicle maturation
stimulates the production of male sex hormones
main adrogen, or male sex hormone, secreted by the testicles;…
Hypothalamus hormone- gonadatropin-releasing hormone, stimula…
FSH hormone
Stimulates production of ova and sperm, follicle maturation
ICSH
stimulates the production of male sex hormones
Anatomy & Physiology - Reproductive System
sexual reproduction
mitosis and meiosis
mitosis
meiosis
meiosis is known as what kind of reproduction?
the 2 types of reproduction
the type of reproduction where skin cells regenerate
the type of reproduction where an egg and a sperm make a new…
sexual reproduction
meiosis is known as what kind of reproduction?
mitosis and meiosis
the 2 types of reproduction
Anatomy & Physiology-The Reproductive System
Scrotum
Dartos Muscle
Cremaster Muscle
Temperature Regulation
Consists of loose skin and fascia that hangs from the attache…
Contracts in response to cold temperatures causing scrotum to…
Contracts in response to cold temperatures moving the testes…
Sperm production requires the temperature to be 2-3 degrees b…
Scrotum
Consists of loose skin and fascia that hangs from the attache…
Dartos Muscle
Contracts in response to cold temperatures causing scrotum to…
19 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive Systems
Testes
Epididymis
Corpus Cavernosum
Prostate Gland
makes sperm
matures sperm
makes erection with blood
gives nutrients to sperm
Testes
makes sperm
Epididymis
matures sperm
14 terms
Anatomy and Physiology : Reproductive systems
Gametogenesis
Gonad
Gamete
production of gametes
Ovaries and Testes ... Glands related to sexual characteristics…
a mature sexual reproductive cell, as a sperm or egg, that un…
Gametogenesis
production of gametes
Gonad
Ovaries and Testes ... Glands related to sexual characteristics…
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - The Reproductive System (Female Reproductive Anatomy)
eggs
estrogen
progesterone
mesentery
gametes or ova
a female hormone secreted by the ovary, it is responsible for…
a female hormone that prepares and maintains the uterus for p…
a double layer of peritoneum that acts as a structural suppor…
eggs
gametes or ova
estrogen
a female hormone secreted by the ovary, it is responsible for…
170 terms
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY: reproductive system
gonads
external genatalia
spermatozoa
testes (testicles)
reproductive organs which produce gametes and hormones; part…
perineal structrures of the reproductive system in both sexes
sperm
the male gonads; produce sperm
gonads
reproductive organs which produce gametes and hormones; part…
external genatalia
perineal structrures of the reproductive system in both sexes
41 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of the Reproductive System
What is the primary function of the ma…
What is the primary function of the fe…
In addition to sperm production, what…
What is the name of the pouch of skin…
To produce, maintain, and transport sperm and semen
produce the female egg cells, called the ova or oocytes
testosterone
scrotum
What is the primary function of the ma…
To produce, maintain, and transport sperm and semen
What is the primary function of the fe…
produce the female egg cells, called the ova or oocytes
Anatomy and Physiology of the Reproductive System
What is the purpose of the vulva?
What are the components of the vulva?
What is the function of the labia majo…
What is the function of the labia mino…
-Protects urethral and vaginal openings... -Highly sensitive to…
-Mons pubis... -Labia majora and minora... -Clitoris... -Vestibular st…
Contains sweat and sebaceous glands and protects vaginal open…
-Highly vascular and abundant in nerve supply... -Lubricates the…
What is the purpose of the vulva?
-Protects urethral and vaginal openings... -Highly sensitive to…
What are the components of the vulva?
-Mons pubis... -Labia majora and minora... -Clitoris... -Vestibular st…
16 terms
Reproductive system - Anatomy & Physiology
Female reproductive FUNCTIONS
DIZYGOTICMale reproductive FUNCTIONS
Breasts / mammary glands:
Breasts / mammary glands FUNCTION
1.Formation of ova (female gametes).... 2.Reception of spermatoz…
1.Production of spermatozoa (male gametes).... 2.Transmission of…
Accessory glands of female reproductive system.
After birth, prolactin, stimulates milk PRODUCTION.
Female reproductive FUNCTIONS
1.Formation of ova (female gametes).... 2.Reception of spermatoz…
DIZYGOTICMale reproductive FUNCTIONS
1.Production of spermatozoa (male gametes).... 2.Transmission of…
Anatomy + Physiology of the Reproductive System
menarche
menopause
what is menarche
normal duration of cycle
normally occurs around 12.8 years of age with a range of 8-18
usually begins around 40-50 years
first menstrual period
21 to 36 days
menarche
normally occurs around 12.8 years of age with a range of 8-18
menopause
usually begins around 40-50 years
Male Reproductive System Anatomy and Physiology
The male reproductive system consists of
The vital function of the male reprodu…
External organs
Scrotum
1. The testes... 2. Epididymis... 3. Vas Deferens... 4. Urethra... 5. Acc…
to provide the sperm cells necessary to fertilize the ovum, t…
1. The scrotum... 2. The testes... 3. The penis
acts as a natural climate control center for the testicles in…
The male reproductive system consists of
1. The testes... 2. Epididymis... 3. Vas Deferens... 4. Urethra... 5. Acc…
The vital function of the male reprodu…
to provide the sperm cells necessary to fertilize the ovum, t…
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