recieves seminal secretions from testes and accessory glands.
drans execretory products from urinary bladder
secrete alkaline fluids that aid in neutralizing vaginal acidity and contain nutrients to promote sperm motility and viability and hormones to stimulate uterine contraction
produce alkaline secretions that assist in lubrication and also aid in neutralization of vaginal acidity
secretes alkaline fluid to neutralize acidity of the vagina and provide lubrication
deposits semen in female reproductive tract. expels urine from body
recieves egg at ovulation
site of fertilizatrion
site of implantation and embryonic development
drains execretory products from urinary bladder
reieves penis during copulation
serves as part of birth canal
common champer formed by junction of the urethra and the vagina that drains urine from the body and serves as part of the reproductive canal during copulation and birth
develops into the clitoris
short connection joining the pulmonary trunk with the aorta and allowing a portion of the blood from the pulmonary trunk to enter the aorta instead of flowing to the ungs
re-routes blood to bypass the lungs
recieves chyme from the stomach along with bile and digestive enzymes from the gallbladder and pancreas
consist of DNA and associated small particles known as histones
Genes lpcated at specific locations along the chromosome
Centromeres that serve as the points of attachment for 2 identical hromatids of each replicated chromosome
a chromosome that contains the same genes at the same location along the chromosomes
body cells such as skin and muscle cells
A cell or an organism consisting of two sets of chromosomes: usually, one set from the mother and another set from the father. In a diploid state the haploid number is doubled, thus, this condition is also known as 2n.
reproductive cells, including sec cells such as ova and sperm and spores.
contain only one member of each homologous chromosome pair, contain 23 chromosomes
Kinetochores along the centromere region of the chromosome.
cells having just one member of each chromosome pair
nuclear envelope dissolves
duplicaated chromosomes consense
kinetochores attach to the microtubules
sister chromatids linr up in the center of the cells, along the metaphase plate
sister chromatids start to separate from one another
nuclear envelopes srat to form around each group of seperated chromatids