Fallopian Tubes. Carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus. The only place the egg can be fertilized. Sperm must through the vagina, uterus, and into the fallopian tubes. swim. Fallopian Tubes. Ovary.
Carry the egg from the ovary to the uterus. The only place
the egg can be fertilized. Sperm must
vagina, uterus, and into the fallopian tubes.
Where the female eggs are produced and stored. Ovulation takes place when the egg is
from the ovaries. It is the size of an almond. Also produces hormones.
Where the fertilized egg develops into a baby. The Womb.
Carries the unborn child while it
The lining in the wall of the uterus. It is released each month if there is
If an egg is fertilized the lining stays intact and the egg implants itself and is nourished by the lining
no fertilized egg.
Mouth of the uterus. The cervix opens to allow the unborn child to
into the birth canal (Vagina). Common site of cancer in women.
Also known as the birth canal. Female organ of intercourse.
Where waste is stored before it leaves the body.
The passageway that allows URINE to
pass out of the body.
The areas of the intestine where
The lower part of the spinal cord that
the female sex organs.
Female reproductive cell.
Egg, at puberty one ovum matures each month.
When a mature egg is
and enters of the fallopian tubes.
When the female egg is
fertilized by the male sperm cell, the egg leaves the body with the lining of the uterus and a small amount of
Circular fold of
skin at the entrance
of the Vagina.
Folds of skin outside the Vagina.
Small, round sensitive area of skin.
Responsible for physical body changes and female sexual development. Estrogen and progesterone.
Period of physical body changes.
Happens around age 45 when ovulation finally stops.
Draws the ovum into the fallopian tubes.