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Human Anatomy

on 12 June 2013

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FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Chlamydia Common Structural and Functional Characteristics Between the Sexes MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OVARIES Almond shaped structures. There are two one on each side of the uterus. The primary function of the ovaries is to develop and release a mature egg for fertilization. Also responsible for the release of estrogen and progesterone. Which are the main hormones in the menstrual cycle. STRUCTURAL PLAN The female reproductive system differentiates women from men. Because of these organs, the female body has the ability to produce an egg, develop a fetus and nourish a baby. The female reproductive organs are located within the pelvic cavity and include internal and external structures. Accessory/Supportive Sex Glands Bartholin's Glands/Greater Vestibular Glands Chapter 19:THE REPRODUCTIVE SYTEMS Menstrual Cycle FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Structural Plan
Reproductive Ducts
Accessory/Supportive Sex Glands
External Genitals Structural Plan
Reproductive Ducts
Accessory/Supportive Sex Glands
External Genitals
Menstrual Cycle - gonads of male
- produce sperm
- located in scrotum
- covered in Tunica Albuginea Membrane Testes Male Reproductive Ducts Epididymis 20 feet in length
single tightly coiled tube
on top and behind the testicle
where sperm mature Ductus Deferens muscular tube
part of spermatic cord
the sperms exit Sex Glands Prostate Gland Prostate Gland below the bladder
secretes 30% seminal fluid.
maintains sperm motility Bulbourethral Gland just below prostate gland
lubricate urethra
secrete 5% seminal fluid Male Reproductive Disease Cryptorchidism undescended testicle
testes in improper position
happens in males before birth
surgery is need Hypospadias opening of urethra is on the underside of the penis
occurs in 4 in 1000 newborn males
cause is unknown
symtoms: abnormal spraying of urine, downward curve of erected penis Reproductive Ducts The reproductive ducts include uterine tubes (fallopian tubes or oviducts), the uterus, and the vagina. Breasts External Genitals Mons pubis
Labia minora (singular, labium minus) (small lips)
Orifice, duct of Bartholin's gland
Orifice of vagina
Labia majora (singular, labium majus) (large lips) One of the most acknowledged STD’s in America.
This infection is easily spread because it often shows no symptoms.
75% of women and 50% of men show no symptoms.
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