Anatomy of The Reproductive System. 8 th grade By Leah Turner, Jennifer Golay and Kyle Boling . What is Reproduction?. On your diagram write at the top of the page or on the back what you think reproduction is in one to three sentences. Answer.
Anatomy of The Reproductive System
By Leah Turner, Jennifer Golay and Kyle Boling
On your diagram write at the top of the page or on the back what you think reproduction is in one to three sentences.
Reproduction is the process by which living organisms produce others of their own kind.
Write your response on the back in three sentences or less.
It is the body’s organs and structures that make it possible to produce children.
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Uterus: Also called the womb the uterus is a hollow pear shaped organ with a muscular wall and lining. The uterus expands many times in size during pregnancy to hold the growing fetus
Fallopian Tube: These thin, soft tubes
Extend from the uterus to the ovaries .
During ovulation an ovary releases an egg into the fallopian tube
next to it.
Ovary (ovaries): located on the left and right lower abdomen . Ovaries produce eggs as well as hormones like estrogen and progesterone.
Ovum: The female reproductive single egg cell produced in the ovaries.
Fimbria: Hair like follicles that draw the ovum (egg) into the fallopian tube from the ovaries.
Penis:The penis is made of two parts, the shaft (the main part) and the glans, ( the lip, sometimes called the head).
Urethra:A tube that carries semen and urine out of the penis.
Scrotum: Sometimes called the scrotalsac,it contains the testicles and epididymis which hangs underneath the penis.
Testicle: The two testicles or testes produce sperm and the male sex hormone testosterone.
Epididymis: Next to each testicle, the epididymis is a tightly coiled tube where sperm are stored. From here sperm are transported to the Vas Deferens.
Vas Deferens: Also called the ductus deferens, this thin muscular tube transports sperm from the epididymis to the urethra.
Prostate Gland: The size of a walnut this
gland surrounds a portion of the urethra
and produces some of the fluids in semen.
Cowper’s gland: Two pea sized glands located at the base of the prostate gland that secrete lubrication to assist in intercourse and this secretion is known as pre ejaculation.
Rectum: The final portion of the large intestine, it extends from the colon down to the anus.
Bladder: The muscular sac that stores
urine until it is released into the urethra.
Seminal Vesicle: Located at the base of the bladder, the seminal vesicles secrete a thick fluid that provides nourishment for the
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