Human Reproduction (LE)

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Human Reproduction (LE)
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2010-03-16 10:53:29
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Living Environment Review for Human reproduction Unit
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  1. Where are sperm made?
    testes
  2. Male organ specially adapted for internal fertilization
    Penis
  3. Male organ that maintains a constant temperature for optimal sperm production.
    scrotum
  4. Tube in the male where both sperm and urine exit the body.
    urethra
  5. Sperm are stored here.
    Epididymus
  6. Female organ in which eggs are made
    ovary
  7. Muscular organ where fetus develops.
    uterus
  8. Fertilization ocurrs here
    oviduct
  9. Muscular neck of the uterus designed to support the weight of developing baby.
    cervix
  10. Birth canal
    Vagina
  11. What is structure B?
    oviduct or fallopian tube
  12. What is the structure labeled A?
    ovary
  13. What is structure C?
    uterus
  14. What is structure D?
    cervix
  15. What is the structure labeled A?
    testes
  16. What is the structure labeled C?
    bladder
  17. What would happen if structure B was cut?
    Sperm can be made but would not leave the body.
  18. Which of the structures exchanges materials between mother and baby via diffusion?
    3-placenta
  19. What structure connects the fetus to the placenta?
    2- umbilical cord
  20. What is the name and function of structure 5?
    amnion - protects fetus, provides watery environment for development
  21. Twins produced when a zygote divides are called....
    identical twins
  22. Twins produced by the fertilization of two separate eggs are called...
    fraternal twins
  23. What is ovulation?
    When the egg is released from the follicle.
  24. What substances, produced by endocrine glands, are involved in controlling the production of eggs and sperm?
    hormones
  25. Compared to the number of chromosomes in a normal human body cell, the number of chromosomes in a sperm cell is
    half as many

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