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Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
puberty
between 10 - 16 years of age
some outward changes of the male at pu…
nocturnal emissions
when secondary sex characteristics appear and reproductive sy…
when hormomal changes begin in males
penis/testes increase in size, grows taller/more muscular, pu…
do not contain sperm, just seminal fluid
puberty
when secondary sex characteristics appear and reproductive sy…
between 10 - 16 years of age
when hormomal changes begin in males
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Human Reproductive Anatomy & Physiology
Puberty
Female Puberty Ends
Male Puberty Ends
External Male Reproductive System parts
Initiation of hormones.... Involves changes in the whole body an…
when menstrual cycles become regular
when mature sperm are formed
Penis... Scrotum
Puberty
Initiation of hormones.... Involves changes in the whole body an…
Female Puberty Ends
when menstrual cycles become regular
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Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
embryo
menarche
menopause
obstetric conjugate
forms from a fertilized ovum
beginning of menstration
final menstral period
the smallest inlet diameter
embryo
forms from a fertilized ovum
menarche
beginning of menstration
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Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
penis
scrotum
testes
sperm
the male sex organ used to pass urine and to reproduce.
the sac-like pouch that holds the testes.
two glands that produce testosterone and sperm.
the male reproductive cells.
penis
the male sex organ used to pass urine and to reproduce.
scrotum
the sac-like pouch that holds the testes.
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Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
What is the most abundant male hormone?
Where does the production of testoster…
How does frequent douching and excessi…
Which nerve carry uterine contractions…
Testosterone
Anterior pituitary glad
It can interfere with normal acidic pH of 4 to 6 and alters t…
The eleventh and twelfth thoracic nerve roots
What is the most abundant male hormone?
Testosterone
Where does the production of testoster…
Anterior pituitary glad
Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Period of years in which a woman's rep…
Final menstrual period
Period of rapid change in lives of boy…
Puberty begins when:
Climacteric
menopause
Puberty
secondary sex characteristics appear (ie. Pubic hair)
Period of years in which a woman's rep…
Climacteric
Final menstrual period
menopause
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PAX Human Anatomy & Physiology: Reproduction
sexual reproduction
zygote
male external reproductive organs
testes
starts with the fusion of two gametes(sperm and egg) to form…
the united sperm and egg; diploid-contains the full complemen…
penis and scrotum
consists of the testes
sexual reproduction
starts with the fusion of two gametes(sperm and egg) to form…
zygote
the united sperm and egg; diploid-contains the full complemen…
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PAX Human Anatomy & Physiology: Reproduction
sexual reproduction
zygote
gamete
male external reproductive organs
starts with the fusion of two gametes(sperm and egg) to form…
the united sperm and egg; diploid-contains the full complemen…
each is monoploid(or haploid); it contains half the normal co…
penis and scrotum
sexual reproduction
starts with the fusion of two gametes(sperm and egg) to form…
zygote
the united sperm and egg; diploid-contains the full complemen…
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Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology/Reproduction
Zygote
Mitosis
Specialization/Differentiation
Mouth, Esophagus, Stomach, Intestines
single diploid cell that results from the fusion of gametes i…
Cell division
Process in which cells develop a specific shape and function
What are the 4 parts of the digestive system?
Zygote
single diploid cell that results from the fusion of gametes i…
Mitosis
Cell division
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Human Reproduction: Male Anatomy & Physiology
What are homologous structures?
What are gonads?
What are ducts?
What are structures/organs?
Structure that both males and females have. Homologous struct…
organs that produce gametes.
store and deliver gametes
allow mating
What are homologous structures?
Structure that both males and females have. Homologous struct…
What are gonads?
organs that produce gametes.
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Human Anatomy and Physiology - Reproductive System
Reproductive System
System function
Primary sex organs
Gamete
System of sex organs which have the purpose of reproduction
For survival of the species, rather than vital to the surviva…
Testes (in men) and Ovaries (in women)
Sex cells; sperm and ova
Reproductive System
System of sex organs which have the purpose of reproduction
System function
For survival of the species, rather than vital to the surviva…
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Human anatomy and physiology- Reproductive System
Male gametes (sperms) are produced at…
Female (ovum) are produced at the
Implantation of fertilised ovum takes…
Which of the following is not a part o…
Testis
Ovary
Uterine tube
c. Fallopian tube
Male gametes (sperms) are produced at…
Testis
Female (ovum) are produced at the
Ovary
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Human Sexuality- Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Buck's Fascia and Suspensory ligament
Cremaster muscle
Clitoris
Cervical O's
Control/determine diameter and length of penis
Draws up testes to keep them warm
Most innervated organ in the human anatomy
Sperm can live here for up to 7 days
Buck's Fascia and Suspensory ligament
Control/determine diameter and length of penis
Cremaster muscle
Draws up testes to keep them warm
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Human Anatomy & Physiology: Reproductive System
The Reproductive System
Ovary
Fallopian Tube
Uterus
Produces hormones for secondary sexial characteristics and fe…
Produce eggs and hormones
Tube for egg and where fertilization occurs
Where egg comes down and grows when fertilized
The Reproductive System
Produces hormones for secondary sexial characteristics and fe…
Ovary
Produce eggs and hormones
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Reproduction Anatomy and Physiology - Plants and Humans
Ovary
Oviducts
Uterus
Vagina
stores/release of mature eggs, estrogen, and progesterone
site of fertilization
site of fetal plantation... development/houses the baby
birthcanal or passageway for the baby... Sperm deposit and swim…
Ovary
stores/release of mature eggs, estrogen, and progesterone
Oviducts
site of fertilization
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: Reproductive System.
Male Duct System
Male Accessory Organs
Male External Genitalia
Testes
Epididymis, Ductus Deferens, Urethra
Seminal Vesicle, Prostate gland, bulbourethral gland
Penis, Scrotum
4cm x 2.5cm. Fibrous capsule surrounds each testes. Internall…
Male Duct System
Epididymis, Ductus Deferens, Urethra
Male Accessory Organs
Seminal Vesicle, Prostate gland, bulbourethral gland
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The Human Reproductive System (Physiology and Anatomy)
Bladder (m)
Urethra (m)
Testicles (m)
Epididymis (m)
stores and collections urine for release
carries urine outside of body, delivers seaman to the vagina
responsible for the production of sperm
stores mature sperm to ejaculate
Bladder (m)
stores and collections urine for release
Urethra (m)
carries urine outside of body, delivers seaman to the vagina
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Human Anatomy & Physiology - Male Reproductive System
male reproductive system
The primary sex organs (gonads) of the…
The male external genitalia consists of
Accessory organs of reproduction:
the testes
the scrotum and penis
1. Genital ducts convey sperm outside the body... 2. pair of epi…
male reproductive system
The primary sex organs (gonads) of the…
the testes
64 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Male Reproductive System
male reproductive system
The primary sex organs (gonads) of the…
The male external genitalia consists of
Accessory organs of reproduction:
the testes
the scrotum and penis
1. Genital ducts convey sperm outside the body... 2. pair of epi…
male reproductive system
The primary sex organs (gonads) of the…
the testes
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Human Anatomy & Physiology - Female Reproductive System
Function of the female reproductive sy…
Structural plan of the female reproduc…
female reproductive system (coronal pl…
Perineum
1. The ovaries produce secondary oocytes and hormones, includ…
1. Primary sex organs (gonads) of the female are the ovaries;…
1. The skin-covered region between the vaginal orifice and th…
Function of the female reproductive sy…
1. The ovaries produce secondary oocytes and hormones, includ…
Structural plan of the female reproduc…
1. Primary sex organs (gonads) of the female are the ovaries;…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19 Reproductive System
Gonads
Zygote
Testes
Ovaries
An organ that produces gametes; a testis or ovary
A fertilized egg cell that results from the union of a female…
Organs that produce spermatozoa (male reproductive cells)
Female reproductive organs in which ova or eggs are produced,…
Gonads
An organ that produces gametes; a testis or ovary
Zygote
A fertilized egg cell that results from the union of a female…
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Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology - Reproductive System
gonads
gametes
spermatozoa
oocytes
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
Reproductive cells
Male gametes
Female gametes
gonads
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
gametes
Reproductive cells
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1230- Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Male reproductive system
Penis
scrotum
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche... Reproductive sy…
Hormonal changes begin between 10 and 16 years of age... outward…
expels urine from bladder... deposits sperm into female's vagina…
sac that contains the testes... suspended from the perineum... help…
Puberty
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche... Reproductive sy…
Male reproductive system
Hormonal changes begin between 10 and 16 years of age... outward…
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Maternal Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Period of rapid change in the lives of…
The first outward change noted in fema…
manufacture male germ cells (sperm) an…
Pelvic weakness or painful intercourse
Puberty
development of breasts
The testes
Dyspareunia
Period of rapid change in the lives of…
Puberty
The first outward change noted in fema…
development of breasts
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HSBC 1104 Human Anatomy and Physiology - Reproduction
Meiosis
gamete
components of Meiosis
Reduction division
Reproductive cell division
sex cell
Reduction Division... Genetic variation
produces haploid gametes
Meiosis
Reproductive cell division
gamete
sex cell
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Ch 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
When mature sperm are formed or when r…
10 to 16
Constant
Cyclic
When does Puberty end?
Male hormonal changes normally begin between age
Hormone levels in males are
Hormone levels in females are
When mature sperm are formed or when r…
When does Puberty end?
10 to 16
Male hormonal changes normally begin between age
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Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
biichial diameter
climacteric
diagonal conjugate
dyspareunia
a measurement of the distance between the inner surface of th…
a period of years during which the women's ability to reprodu…
distance between the suprapubic angle and the sacral promonto…
Difficult or painful intercourse
biichial diameter
a measurement of the distance between the inner surface of th…
climacteric
a period of years during which the women's ability to reprodu…
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Leifer Ch. 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Male Puberty
Female Puberty
Functions of Penis
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
begins between 11-15, development of breasts first appears
Passageway for urine and semen (sperm)
Puberty
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
Male Puberty
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
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Human Anatomy & Physiology II Reproductive and Fertilization (female)
Labia Minora
Clitoris
Hymen
Vagina
Protects the urethra and female reproductive
-comes from the same cells that produce the glans penis ... -hig…
-partial membrane covering and always lets fluid flow out
the entrance to the reproductive tract and the exit during ch…
Labia Minora
Protects the urethra and female reproductive
Clitoris
-comes from the same cells that produce the glans penis ... -hig…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology II: Reproductive System
The testes are innervated by the sympa…
The secretions of the bulbourethral gl…
A primary oocyte undergoes meiosis and…
The portion of the male urethra that i…
b) False
a) True
a) True
b) False
The testes are innervated by the sympa…
b) False
The secretions of the bulbourethral gl…
a) True
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Ch 2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
Puberty
Penis functions
Spermatogenesis
Scrotum
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
Sperm production
Sacs that contain the testes
Puberty
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Penis functions
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
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Ch. 2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
Biischial diameter
Climacteric
Diagonal conjugate
Dyspareunia
The transverse diameter of the outlet is a measurement of the…
Is a period of years during which the woman's ability to repr…
The distance between the sacral promontory and the lowest bor…
Painful sexual intercourse
Biischial diameter
The transverse diameter of the outlet is a measurement of the…
Climacteric
Is a period of years during which the woman's ability to repr…
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ch.2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
is the time when reproductive systems…
hormonal changes of puberty in boys be…
the first outward male changes of pube…
the first outward female change of pub…
puberty
10 and 16 years
growth of the penis and testes
development of breast
is the time when reproductive systems…
puberty
hormonal changes of puberty in boys be…
10 and 16 years
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Leifer Ch. 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Male Puberty
Female Puberty
Functions of Penis
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
begins between 11-15, development of breasts first appears
Passageway for urine and semen (sperm)
Puberty
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
Male Puberty
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
22 terms
Leifer Ch. 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Male Puberty
Female Puberty
Functions of Penis
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
begins between 11-15, development of breasts first appears
Passageway for urine and semen (sperm)
Puberty
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
Male Puberty
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
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Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Androgen's
Penis
Scrotum
Semen
Male sex hormones
Male organ for urination and sexual intercourse
Skin sac that suspends testes away form the body
Seminal plasma plus sperm
Androgen's
Male sex hormones
Penis
Male organ for urination and sexual intercourse
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Ch 2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
Puberty
Penis functions
Spermatogenesis
Scrotum
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
Sperm production
Sacs that contain the testes
Puberty
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Penis functions
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
31 terms
Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Androgen's
Penis
Scrotum
Semen
Male sex hormones
Male organ for urination and sexual intercourse
Skin sac that suspends testes away form the body
Seminal plasma plus sperm
Androgen's
Male sex hormones
Penis
Male organ for urination and sexual intercourse
86 terms
Ch 2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
Puberty
Penis functions
Spermatogenesis
Scrotum
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
Sperm production
Sacs that contain the testes
Puberty
Involves changes in the whole body and psyche. Reproductive s…
Penis functions
Expels urine from the bladder... deposits sperm into the female…
52 terms
Ch. 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy & Physiology
Puberty
Spermatogenesis
Lutenizing hormone (LH)
Prostate gland
Rapid change in which reproductive systems mature and become…
Sperm production
Hormone that initiates production of testosterone in testes
exocrine gland, in men, at the base of the urinary bladder th…
Puberty
Rapid change in which reproductive systems mature and become…
Spermatogenesis
Sperm production
ch.2 human reproductive anatomy and physiology
is the time when reproductive systems…
hormonal changes of puberty in boys be…
the first outward male changes of pube…
the first outward female change of pub…
puberty
10 and 16 years
growth of the penis and testes
development of breast
is the time when reproductive systems…
puberty
hormonal changes of puberty in boys be…
10 and 16 years
33 terms
Ch 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
When mature sperm are formed or when r…
10 to 16
Constant
Cyclic
When does Puberty end?
Male hormonal changes normally begin between age
Hormone levels in males are
Hormone levels in females are
When mature sperm are formed or when r…
When does Puberty end?
10 to 16
Male hormonal changes normally begin between age
15 terms
Maternal Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Period of rapid change in the lives of…
The first outward change noted in fema…
manufacture male germ cells (sperm) an…
Pelvic weakness or painful intercourse
Puberty
development of breasts
The testes
Dyspareunia
Period of rapid change in the lives of…
Puberty
The first outward change noted in fema…
development of breasts
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Human Anatomy and Physiology 201 Practical 3 (urinary and reproductive)
adrenal gland
renal artery
renal hilum
renal vein
number 13
number 6
adrenal gland
renal artery
number 13
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Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology - Reproductive System
gonads
gametes
spermatozoa
oocytes
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
Reproductive cells
Male gametes
Female gametes
gonads
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
gametes
Reproductive cells
107 terms
OB Chap 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Puberty
Male hormonal changes
Female outward change
involves changes in the whole body and the psyche as well as…
is a period of rapid change in the lies of boys and girls dur…
normally begin between 10 and 16 years of age.
of puberty is development of the breasts. The first menstrual…
Puberty
involves changes in the whole body and the psyche as well as…
Puberty
is a period of rapid change in the lies of boys and girls dur…
86 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology - Reproductive System
gonads
gametes
spermatozoa
oocytes
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
Reproductive cells
Male gametes
Female gametes
gonads
In males and females, structure that produces gametes.
gametes
Reproductive cells
23 terms
Chapter 2: Human Reproductive Anatomy & Physiology
Spermatozoa are produced in the:... A. va…
A woman can keep a diary of her menstr…
Which data indicate that the woman may…
The muscular layer of the uterus that…
B. seminiferous tubules.... Rationale: Sperm are made in the co…
B. 24 hours... Rationale: The egg lives for only 24 hours after…
B. gynecoid-shaped pelvis with a history of rickets... Rational…
B. myometrium... Rationale: The myometrium is the middle muscul…
Spermatozoa are produced in the:... A. va…
B. seminiferous tubules.... Rationale: Sperm are made in the co…
A woman can keep a diary of her menstr…
B. 24 hours... Rationale: The egg lives for only 24 hours after…
22 terms
Maternal Ch. 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
Puberty
Male Puberty
Female Puberty
Functions of Penis
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
begins between 11-15, development of breasts first appears
Passageway for urine and semen (sperm)
Puberty
period of rapid change in which reproductive systems mature a…
Male Puberty
begins between 10-16, main hormone is testosterone, 'wet drea…
182 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Superior (cranial)
Inferior (caudal)
Ventral (anterior)
Dorsal (posterior)
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
toward or at the front of the body; in front of
Toward or at the back of the body; behind
Superior (cranial)
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
Inferior (caudal)
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
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