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Health Class PPT #1 Bladder Cervix Endometrium Epididymis Fallopian Tube Ova Ovary Ovum Urethra Uterus Vagina Vas Deferens.

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2 Health Class PPT

3 #1 Bladder Cervix Endometrium Epididymis Fallopian Tube Ova Ovary Ovum Urethra Uterus Vagina Vas Deferens

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6 Correct Answer. An ovary is an egg-producing reproductive organ found in female organisms. It is often found in pairs as part of the vertebrate female reproductive system. Ovaries in females are homologous to testes in males. The term gonads refers to the ovaries in females and testes in males.

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10 Correct Answer. Endometrium-the inner vascular layer of the uterus, which is the site of embryo implantation and menses.

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14 Correct Answer. Cervix-the lower, narrow part of the uterus. The space inside is the cervical canal. Cervix - Lower section of the uterus that protrudes into the vagina, through which the sperm pass to reach the uterus.

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18 Correct Answer. Vagina - Muscular opening in the woman extending from the vulva to the cervix of the uterus.

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22 Correct Answer. The uterus or womb is the major female reproductive organ of most mammals, including humans. One end, the cervix, opens into the vagina; the other is connected on both sides to the fallopian tubes.

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26 Correct Answer. Fallopian Tubes - A pair of narrow tubes that carry the ovum (egg) from the ovary to the uterus.

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30 Correct Answer. Uterus - Hollow muscular organ in the woman that holds and nourishes the fetus until the time of birth.

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34 Correct Answer. In anatomy, the urinary bladder is a hollow, muscular, and distensible (or elastic) organ that sits on the pelvic floor in mammals. It is the organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination. Urine enters the bladder via the ureters and exits via the urethra.

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38 Correct Answer. The urethra is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body. The urethra has an excretory function in both genders to pass urine to the outside, and also a reproductive function in the male, as a passage for sperm.

39 #1 Bladder Cowper’s Gland Endometrium Epididymis Foreskin Glans Penis Prostate Gland Pubic Bone Scrotum Seminal Vesicle Seminiferous Tubules Testis Urethra Vas Deferens

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42 Correct Answer. The android pubic bone is the ventral and anterior of the three principal bones composing either half of the pelvis.

43 #2 Bladder Cowper’s Gland Endometrium Epididymis Foreskin Glans Penis Prostate Gland Pubic Bone Scrotum Seminal Vesicle Seminiferous Tubules Testis Urethra Vas Deferens

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46 Correct Answer. *Vas Deferens (Vas) - Attached to the epididymis, the vas is one of two tubes through which semen and sperm move before reaching the seminal vesicle and prostate gland.

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50 Correct Answer. The penis (plural penises, penes) is an external male sexual organ. The penis is the male reproductive organ.

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54 Correct Answer. The urethra is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body. The urethra has an excretory function in both genders to pass urine to the outside, and also a reproductive function in the male, as a passage for sperm.

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58 Correct Answer. The glans penis is the tip of the penis. It is wholly or partially covered by the foreskin, except when the foreskin is retracted.

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62 Correct Answer. The foreskin is a continuation of the tube of skin that covers the shaft of the penis. This tube of skin is firmly attached only at the base of the penis and at the head of the penis.

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66 Correct Answer. In anatomy, the urinary bladder is a hollow, muscular, and distensible (or elastic) organ that sits on the pelvic floor in mammals. It is the organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination. Urine enters the bladder via the ureters and exits via the urethra.

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70 Correct Answer. *Seminal Vesicle – A small pouch located behind the male’s bladder and connected to the vas deferens, semen and sperm pass through the seminal vesicle on the way to the prostate gland and urethra.

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74 Correct Answer. *Prostate Gland – A structure in the male reproductive system through which semen enters the urethra (a long tube leading from the prostate gland to the end of the penis) prior to ejaculation. Gland in the male that surrounds the first portion of the urethra near the bladder. It secretes a liquid that balances acid in the urethra and stimulates movement of the sperm.

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78 Correct Answer. The Cowper’s Gland or Bulbourethral glands are compound tubuloalveolar glands, each approximately the size of a pea. During sexual arousal each gland produces a clear, viscous secretion known as pre-ejaculate. This fluid helps to lubricate the urethra for spermatozoa to pass through, and to help flush out any residual urine or foreign matter.

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82 Correct Answer. Epididymis - Elongated organ in the male lying above and behind the testicles. It contains a highly convoluted canal, where after production, sperm are stored, nourished and developed for several months. It is about 10-foot-long.

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86 Correct Answer. *Seminiferous Tubules – Tiny tubes, located in the male testes, in which sperm is produced.

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90 Correct Answer. Scrotum - Bag of skin and thin muscle that holds the testicles. The scrotum helps to maintain proper temperature of testicles to insure maximum sperm production and health.

91 #1 Corpus Luteum Egg/Ovum/Ova Endometrium Epididymis Mature Corpus LuteumMature Corpus Luteum Mature Follicle Primary Follicle Rupturing Follicle Secondary Follicle Seminal Vesicle Seminiferous Tubules Vas Deferens

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94 Correct Answer. *Ovarian Reserve – The eggs a woman is born with. Some never mature, while others mature and are released during menstrual cycles.

95 #2 Corpus Luteum Egg/Ovum/Ova Endometrium Epididymis Mature Corpus LuteumMature Corpus Luteum Mature Follicle Primary Follicle Rupturing Follicle Secondary Follicle Seminal Vesicle Seminiferous Tubules Vas Deferens

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98 Correct Answer. Follicle - Structure in the ovary that nurtures the developing egg and from which the egg is released.

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102 Correct Answer. Follicle – A sac-like structure in the ovary that protects and nurtures a ripening egg until ovulation, the point at which it is released.

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106 Correct Answer. *Follicle – A sac-like structure in the ovary that protects and nurtures a ripening egg until ovulation, the point at which it is released.

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114 Correct Answer. *Egg – A female reproductive cell, also called an oocyte or ovum.

115 #7 Corpus Luteum Egg/Ovum/Ova Endometrium Epididymis Mature Corpus LuteumMature Corpus Luteum Mature Follicle Primary Follicle Rupturing Follicle Secondary Follicle Seminal Vesicle Seminiferous Tubules Vas Deferens

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118 Correct Answer Corpus Luteum – After a woman ovulates, the fluid filled sac in which the egg matures (the follicle) becomes the corpus luteum. It continues to produce androgen, estrogen and progesterone, hormones that prepare the uterine lining to accept and nurture the fertilized egg.

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122 Correct Answer. Corpus Luteum – After a woman ovulates, the fluid filled sac in which the egg matures (the follicle) becomes the corpus luteum. It continues to produce androgen, estrogen and progesterone, hormones that prepare the uterine lining to accept and nurture the fertilized egg.

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