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Reproductive system and Homeostasis

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by rosa hercules on 25 February 2013

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By: Diana and Rosa How does the reproductive system help keep homeostasis? What is the overall function of the reproductive system ? The reproductive system is the one system that help a male and female produce a baby or in other words this is the process in which the egg and sperm are combined to produce a new baby. What are the components of this system? Male:
-penis
-scrotum
-testicles
-epidermis
-vas deferens
-ejaculatory ducts (duct system)
-urethra
-prostate gland
-seminal vesicle
-bulbourethral gland
-accessory glands 3 examples of how the reproductive system helps the body maintain homeostasis The reproductive system produces hormones that cause sexual development and puberty. Female:
-vagina
-uterus
-cervix
-uterine tubes (fallopian tubes)
-ovaries What diseases/disorders are caused due to not maintaining homeostasis? Is it curable? Citation: Thank you for watching hoped you enjoyed it !!!! The reproductive system helps maintain homeostasis in the female body by regulating the vagina Ph. The reproductive system maintains homeostasis in the male by regulating the overall temperature of the testis. - Male infertility (There is treatment but takes a long time to cure.)
- Cervical cancer (If caught on time yes it is curable, and there is treatment)
- Endometriosis (there is only treatments) http://www.livescience.com/26741-reproductive-system.html
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1898919-overview http://my.clevelandclinic.org/anatomy/male_reprodutive_system/hic_the_male_system.aspx
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