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Human Reproduction

Basics of human reproduction
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Ryan Clements

on 2 June 2014

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Transcript of Human Reproduction

The Fundamentals
of Human
Reproduction
...and no, it doesn't happen quite like this.
Firstly, you need things for this to work.
2
Sperm
Ovum (egg)
and an
Sperm
are the male reproductive cells.
are the female reproductive cells.
Ova
Uterus
Fallopian tube
Fimbriae
Endometrium
Vagina
Cervix
Ovary
w/ eggs
Female Reproductive System (internal)
Male Reproductive System (cross-section)
CON
Conception,
or fertilization, is the point at which a new
organism begins it's life.
...in other words, this is the point at which
the sperm cell meets the egg cell.
The "sex" of the sperm cell determines the sex of the baby.

XX = female
XY = male
Ovulation & Conception
Ovulation is the point in a female's
menstrual cycle when a mature ovum is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube, and is available to be fertilized.
Ovum
moment of conception
exponentialcell division
(mitosis)
sperm completes entry
into ovum (egg) and now
becomes a zygote
zygote enters uterus
Implantation is when the zygote attaches itself to the endometrium (uterine lining) and begins rapid cell division, or mitosis. 9 months later, the stork drops by for a visit!
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