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Biology Reproduction
Mitosis
Meiosis
Ovary
Uterus
Cell division that creates clone cell.
Cell division that creates 4 daughter cells that are different
Stores eggs and lets them out each month... Source of female rep…
Where the baby grows and develops... Egg implanted in lining... Ute…
Mitosis
Cell division that creates clone cell.
Meiosis
Cell division that creates 4 daughter cells that are different
34 terms
Biology Unit: Reproduction
follicles
luteinizing hormone (LH)
follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
Estrogen
Cells that enclose immature egg cells, providing them with pr…
The "leave-home" hormone, which tells matured eggs to leave t…
The hormone that tells eggs and their follicles to mature. On…
A hormone released by follicle cells in females, which thicke…
follicles
Cells that enclose immature egg cells, providing them with pr…
luteinizing hormone (LH)
The "leave-home" hormone, which tells matured eggs to leave t…
76 terms
Biology - Reproduction
diploid
haploid
G1, S, and G2
G1
cells have two copies of each chromosome
cells have one copy of each chromosome
interphase, when DNA is uncoiled in the form of chromatin
presynthetic gap; cells create organelles for energy and prot…
diploid
cells have two copies of each chromosome
haploid
cells have one copy of each chromosome
42 terms
Biology Reproduction
Two types of Reproduction
Asexual
Sexual
Syngamy
Asexual & Sexual
offspring from a single parent
offspring result from gamete fusion
fusion of gametes - (Zygote chromosome number is twice the ga…
Two types of Reproduction
Asexual & Sexual
Asexual
offspring from a single parent
22 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant Reproduction
Anthers
Carpel
Cotyledon
Fertilisation
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
Food store for young plant after seed germination.
The fusion of the nuclei of the male and female gametes
Anthers
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
Carpel
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
70 terms
IGCSE Biology - Human Reproduction
Urethra
Ureter
Ovaries
Testis
Tube which transports urine from the bladder to the outside o…
Tube which transports urine from the kidneys to the bladder
Organs which secrete oestrogen and progesterone into the bloo…
Organs which produce testosterone. Sperm are produced here.
Urethra
Tube which transports urine from the bladder to the outside o…
Ureter
Tube which transports urine from the kidneys to the bladder
13 terms
Biology - Reproduction
The Menstrual Cycle Graph
The Menstrual Cycle
The Menstrual Cycle Stages
Oestrogen and Progesterone
The menstrual cycle in human controls the release of eggs fro…
Stage 1- Menstruation starts, the lining of the uterus breaks…
Oestrogen causes the lining to thicken and grow and also caus…
The Menstrual Cycle Graph
The Menstrual Cycle
The menstrual cycle in human controls the release of eggs fro…
47 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant reproduction
Stamen
Anther
Filament
Carpel
the male reproductive organ of a plant
produces, stores and releases pollen
supports the anther and holds it in position
the female reproductive organ of a plant
Stamen
the male reproductive organ of a plant
Anther
produces, stores and releases pollen
45 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant reproduction
Stamen
Anther
Filament
Carpel
the male reproductive organ of a plant
produces, stores and releases pollen
supports the anther and holds it in position
the female reproductive organ of a plant
Stamen
the male reproductive organ of a plant
Anther
produces, stores and releases pollen
47 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant reproduction
Stamen
Anther
Filament
Carpel
the male reproductive organ of a plant
produces, stores and releases pollen
supports the anther and holds it in position
the female reproductive organ of a plant
Stamen
the male reproductive organ of a plant
Anther
produces, stores and releases pollen
26 terms
Biology reproduction
Seminiferous tubules
Germiline epithelium
Sertoli cells
Leyding cells
Testis composed of them. Produce sperm.
Devide by mitosis producing spermatogonia
Nourish producing of spermatozoa
Produces testosterone (located in testes)
Seminiferous tubules
Testis composed of them. Produce sperm.
Germiline epithelium
Devide by mitosis producing spermatogonia
64 terms
Biology: Reproduction
Autosomal Cell Chromosome Content
Germ Cell Chromosome Content
Cyclin-Dependent Kinases
Cdk-Cyclin Complex
2n
n
control cell cycle when activated by a specific cyclin
Phosphorylates Transcription factors that promote the transcr…
Autosomal Cell Chromosome Content
2n
Germ Cell Chromosome Content
n
16 terms
Biology: Reproduction
Ovaries
Egg Pathway
uterus
vaginal canal
The female gonads; two glands located on either side of the l…
From puberty to menopause; ... one egg per month dropped into p…
reproductive organ in which the fertilized oocyte is implante…
Connects with the uterus, this is the site of sperm depositio…
Ovaries
The female gonads; two glands located on either side of the l…
Egg Pathway
From puberty to menopause; ... one egg per month dropped into p…
21 terms
BIOLOGY - Reproduction
Asexual reproduction is reproduction w…
Sexual reproduction is reproduction th…
The cervix is the neck of the uterus
The oviduct is the tube that transport…
What is asexual reproduction?
What is sexual reproduction?
What is the cervix?
What is the oviduct?
Asexual reproduction is reproduction w…
What is asexual reproduction?
Sexual reproduction is reproduction th…
What is sexual reproduction?
123 terms
Biology - Reproduction
All mammals have these characteristics
Reproduction of monotremes
oviparity
Metatherians (Marsupials)
milk-producing mammry glnds, three bonds in middle ear and on…
include duckbilled platypus and echidna (spiny anteater) - en…
development method of monotremes
include kolas and kanagaroos. The fetus (joey) undergoes some…
All mammals have these characteristics
milk-producing mammry glnds, three bonds in middle ear and on…
Reproduction of monotremes
include duckbilled platypus and echidna (spiny anteater) - en…
22 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant Reproduction
Anthers
Carpel
Cotyledon
Fertilisation
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
Food store for young plant after seed germination.
The fusion of the nuclei of the male and female gametes
Anthers
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
Carpel
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
91 terms
Reproduction Biology
sexual reproduction
asexual reproduction
internal fertilization
external fertilization
- requires 2 parents (meiosis)
- 1 parent (mitosis)
- union of egg and sperm inside the female's body ... ex. humans…
- union of egg and sperm outside of the female's body... ex. fis…
sexual reproduction
- requires 2 parents (meiosis)
asexual reproduction
- 1 parent (mitosis)
38 terms
Biology: Reproduction
Longest part of the cell cycle
Cells that do not divide spend all of…
During interphase, individual chromoso…
mitosis... G1 stage
Interphase
G0, cell is living and serving its function without any prepa…
chromatin, less condensed form... not visible by light microscopy
cells create organelles for energy and protein production: mi…
Longest part of the cell cycle
Interphase
Cells that do not divide spend all of…
G0, cell is living and serving its function without any prepa…
57 terms
biology reproduction
purpose of reproduction
asexual reproduction
asexual reproduction adavantages
asexual reproduction disadvantages
-survival of the species
-identical ... -one parent ... -no gamates
- do not have to look for mate ... -maintaining desired trait ... -…
- no variations... -disease
purpose of reproduction
-survival of the species
asexual reproduction
-identical ... -one parent ... -no gamates
22 terms
Biology: Reproduction
stages of the cells cycle
G₁
S
G₂
1. G₁... 2. S... 3. G₂... 4. M
cell increases its organelles and cytoplasm
DNA replication
same as G₁
stages of the cells cycle
1. G₁... 2. S... 3. G₂... 4. M
G₁
cell increases its organelles and cytoplasm
22 terms
IGCSE Biology - Plant Reproduction
Anthers
Carpel
Cotyledon
Fertilisation
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
Food store for young plant after seed germination.
The fusion of the nuclei of the male and female gametes
Anthers
Site of pollen grain production. Part of the stamen.
Carpel
The female reproductive organs of a plant - collective term f…
20 terms
Biology - Cell Reproduction
Binary fission
To create identical cells
Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
Prophase
how bacteria reproduce. DNA copies and then the cell split in…
What is the goal of mitosis?
What are the phases of mitosis?
Chromosomes pack together. Nucleus begisn to break down.
Binary fission
how bacteria reproduce. DNA copies and then the cell split in…
To create identical cells
What is the goal of mitosis?
44 terms
Biology 12 Reproduction System
testicles
scrotum
seminiferous tubules
spermatogenesis
The pair of male gonads
pair of testes lie outside the body in this pouch
location of sperm production
the process of creating sperm
testicles
The pair of male gonads
scrotum
pair of testes lie outside the body in this pouch
82 terms
Biology Reproduction
Mitosis Creates ____
Body Cells are ______
Parent and Daughter Cells have _number…
In Mitosis Chromosome Number ____
Body Cells
Somatic Cells
Same
Is conserved
Mitosis Creates ____
Body Cells
Body Cells are ______
Somatic Cells
27 terms
Reproduction Biology
Which of the following statements best…
Which of the following statements rega…
Hermaphrodites are animals that
Reproductive systems with external fer…
It produces genetically uniform populations
Sexual reproduction generates greater genetic variation than…
Possess both male and female reproductive systems
Aquatic animals
Which of the following statements best…
It produces genetically uniform populations
Which of the following statements rega…
Sexual reproduction generates greater genetic variation than…
32 terms
Biology: Reproduction
What is sexual reproduction?
What is asexual reproduction?
What is fertilisation?
What is a zygote?
Reproduction in which 2 gametes (sex cells) fuse to create a…
Reproduction without fusion of gametes... Involves one parent a…
The process in which a male and a female gamete fuse to form…
A cell that is the result of fertilisation... Will divide by mi…
What is sexual reproduction?
Reproduction in which 2 gametes (sex cells) fuse to create a…
What is asexual reproduction?
Reproduction without fusion of gametes... Involves one parent a…
9 terms
biology reproduction
embryonic development
1.fertilization of egg and sperm... 2.zyg…
gastrulation
ectoderm
influenced by genes and enzymes
...
forms 3 germ cells, differentiation of cells into tissue.
outer cell layer, forms nervous system, hair nails
embryonic development
influenced by genes and enzymes
1.fertilization of egg and sperm... 2.zyg…
...
21 terms
BIOLOGY | REPRODUCTION
Female Reproductive System
Male reproductive system
Outline the roles of hormones in the m…
List 3 roles of testosterone
FSH - stimulates the growth of the follicle and the productio…
1. Maintenance sexual drive... 2. Creating secondary sexual char…
Female Reproductive System
Male reproductive system
19 terms
Biology Reproduction
Stages of Fertilization
Male Hormones
Female Hormones
Urethra
Penetration, activation, nuclei fusion
Testosterone
estrogen and progesterone
Duct through which urine is discharged.
Stages of Fertilization
Penetration, activation, nuclei fusion
Male Hormones
Testosterone
18 terms
Biology - reproduction
Stamen
Pistil/carpal
Sepal
Stigma
Male reproductive organ which contains the anther and filament
Female reproductive organ contains stigma style and ovary
Encloses bud of flower
Sticky that collects pollen
Stamen
Male reproductive organ which contains the anther and filament
Pistil/carpal
Female reproductive organ contains stigma style and ovary
53 terms
biology (reproduction)
sexual reproduction
asexual reproduction
internal fertilization
external fertilization
requires two parents (meiosis)
one parent (mitosis)
- union of egg and sperm inside female's body... - ex: chickens…
- union of egg and sperm outside the female's body... - ex: fish…
sexual reproduction
requires two parents (meiosis)
asexual reproduction
one parent (mitosis)
19 terms
Biology Regents Review: Reproduction
A-sexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Mitosis
Meiosis
Single Parent Reproduction; ... Advantages = faster and easier;…
Two Parent Reproduction;... Advantages = Variety; ... Disadvantages…
Asexual; ... One division = > two identical, diploid (2n) cells.…
Sexual Reproduction. Once cell divides TWICE to make 4 DIFFER…
A-sexual Reproduction
Single Parent Reproduction; ... Advantages = faster and easier;…
Sexual Reproduction
Two Parent Reproduction;... Advantages = Variety; ... Disadvantages…
31 terms
Biology Ch 33 Reproduction and Development
ovary
follicle
oviduct or Fallopian tube
uterus
organ that produces ... egg cells and hormones
inside an ovary, the cluster of cells that protect and feed a…
tube that connects the ovary to the uterus
in mammals, the organ where the young develop ... before birth
ovary
organ that produces ... egg cells and hormones
follicle
inside an ovary, the cluster of cells that protect and feed a…
40 terms
Biology Reproduction
Chromatin
Chromosomes
Amount of chromosomes in humans... diploi…
Mitosis
loosely packed DNA with proteins
tightly packed DNA with proteins
46 in humans... diploid=2n=body cells haploid=n=sex cells
duplication and division of the nucleus to create identical c…
Chromatin
loosely packed DNA with proteins
Chromosomes
tightly packed DNA with proteins
80 terms
Biology Reproduction
Menstrual Cycle
Hormones
FSH male
LH
Occurs when woman reaches puberty... (happens in animals) coupl…
target specific cells
stimulates testes to produce sperm
stimulates release of testosterone (male sex hormone) from th…
Menstrual Cycle
Occurs when woman reaches puberty... (happens in animals) coupl…
Hormones
target specific cells
46 terms
IGCSE Biology - Human Reproduction
Urethra
Ovaries
Testis
Ovum
Tube which transports urine from the bladder to the outside o…
Organs which secrete oestrogen and progesterone into the bloo…
Organs which produce testosterone. Sperm are produced here.
The scientific term for the female gamete.
Urethra
Tube which transports urine from the bladder to the outside o…
Ovaries
Organs which secrete oestrogen and progesterone into the bloo…
45 terms
Biology Mitosis, Meiosis, Reproduction
Meiosis
Diploid
Haploid
Gametes
A type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosome…
A cell that contains 2n number of chromosomes.
A cell with n number of chromosomes. Comes from the Greek wor…
Sex cells that have half the number of chromosomes. Each game…
Meiosis
A type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosome…
Diploid
A cell that contains 2n number of chromosomes.
13 terms
Biology Term 2 Reproduction
Replication
Fertilization
Dominant Trait
Recessive Trait
Copying process by which a cell duplicates its DNA
Process in sexual reproduction in which male and female repro…
a genetic factor that blocks another genetic factor
A genetic factor that is blocked by the presence of a dominan…
Replication
Copying process by which a cell duplicates its DNA
Fertilization
Process in sexual reproduction in which male and female repro…
32 terms
Biology 2: Reproduction
G-1
S phase
G2
CDK
growth of cell (organelles)
replication of DNA into 92 sister chromatids
cell checks to make sure enough organelles and cytoplasm pres…
cyclophosphin dependent kinase; high levels of cyclophosphins…
G-1
growth of cell (organelles)
S phase
replication of DNA into 92 sister chromatids
24 terms
Reproduction (BIOLOGY)
Testes
Seminiferous tubules
Epididymis
Vas deferens
Produce sperm/ Testosterone (produces male reproductive tissue)
Located in the testis, produce sperm
Sperm is matured and stored
Convey's Sperm
Testes
Produce sperm/ Testosterone (produces male reproductive tissue)
Seminiferous tubules
Located in the testis, produce sperm
46 terms
Biology reproduction
Reproduction
Reproductive system
External fertilization
Internal fertilization
Biological processin which offspring is produced
A system of organs within an organism which work together for…
Joining of gametes outside the body
Joining of gametes inside the body
Reproduction
Biological processin which offspring is produced
Reproductive system
A system of organs within an organism which work together for…
27 terms
Biology- Reproduction
Sexual
Asexual
Insect Pollination
Wind Pollination
Production of new living organisms by combining genetic infor…
Reproduction by the use of binary fission, budding or spore f…
Pollen is in moderate amount, brightly coloured and sweetly s…
Great quantity of pollen, feathery stigma that hangs outside…
Sexual
Production of new living organisms by combining genetic infor…
Asexual
Reproduction by the use of binary fission, budding or spore f…
25 terms
MCAT Biology - Sexual Reproduction
Testes... 1) Where are they housed?... 2) W…
Seminiferous Tubules
Interstitial Cells ... Where are they lo…
Sertoli cells:... Where are they located…
developed from primitive gonads; the primary male sex organ.…
Lots of small convoluted tubules in the testes where spermato…
aka cells of Leydig:... in the testes, these cells lie between…
- in seminifereous tubules... - nourish developing sperm
Testes... 1) Where are they housed?... 2) W…
developed from primitive gonads; the primary male sex organ.…
Seminiferous Tubules
Lots of small convoluted tubules in the testes where spermato…
29 terms
Biology Unit 5 - Cellular Reproduction
asexual reproduction
advantages of asexual reproduction
disadvantages of asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
involves a single parent; offspring genetically identical
only one parent required; much faster
no genetic variation
involves two parents; offspring genetically different
asexual reproduction
involves a single parent; offspring genetically identical
advantages of asexual reproduction
only one parent required; much faster
56 terms
Biology Reproduction
Sexual reproduction
Internal vs External fertilization
Gonads
Male reproductive system
The fusion of two different haploid cells forming a zygote
Internal - most animals deposit sperm directly into the femal…
Pair of organs that produce gametes... -Male = testes... -Female =…
Purpose is to produce sperm to fertilize an egg and produce h…
Sexual reproduction
The fusion of two different haploid cells forming a zygote
Internal vs External fertilization
Internal - most animals deposit sperm directly into the femal…
45 terms
Biology Mitosis, Meiosis, Reproduction
Meiosis
Diploid
Haploid
Gametes
A type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosome…
A cell that contains 2n number of chromosomes.
A cell with n number of chromosomes. Comes from the Greek wor…
Sex cells that have half the number of chromosomes. Each game…
Meiosis
A type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosome…
Diploid
A cell that contains 2n number of chromosomes.
13 terms
biology-reproduction
what is the relationship between the m…
what is a zygote
what is the chromosome number of gamet…
what are the advantages and disadvanta…
they are identical
sperm and egg
half from each parent
sexual-variation... asexual-one parent
what is the relationship between the m…
they are identical
what is a zygote
sperm and egg
24 terms
Biology Reproduction
daughter cell
surface area
Gap 1
cell cycle
new cells produced by cell division- contains same DNA as par…
The measurement of the outer surface of an object.
The first part of interphase: the cell grows and functions.
series of events that cells go through as they grow and divide
daughter cell
new cells produced by cell division- contains same DNA as par…
surface area
The measurement of the outer surface of an object.
8 terms
Biology reproduction
Menstrual cycle
Development of a fetus
Female reproductive sysetm
Male reproductive system
Provides hormones to keep you healthy and prepares body for p…
8 weeks fertilisation is considered as a fetus ... 12 weeks feru…
Produce egg cells (formed on ovaries)
Produce sperm cells to release in a female to produce s baby
Menstrual cycle
Provides hormones to keep you healthy and prepares body for p…
Development of a fetus
8 weeks fertilisation is considered as a fetus ... 12 weeks feru…
24 terms
Reproduction biology
Reproduction
Scrotum
Epididymis
Vas deferens
The process of producing offsprring which is a characteristic…
Contains testes; located behind the base of the penis; produc…
Coiled tube within the scortum; place in which sperm comeplet…
Duct that transports sperm from epididymis to exit the body
Reproduction
The process of producing offsprring which is a characteristic…
Scrotum
Contains testes; located behind the base of the penis; produc…
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