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This is educational and entertaining STRUCTURE 1.Bladder 2.Seminal Vesicle 3.Epididymus 4.Prostate 5.Cowper’s Gland STRUCTURE 6.Urethra 7.Penis 8.Vas.

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2 This is educational and entertaining

3 STRUCTURE 1.Bladder 2.Seminal Vesicle 3.Epididymus 4.Prostate 5.Cowper’s Gland STRUCTURE 6.Urethra 7.Penis 8.Vas Deferens 9.Testes 10.Scrotum 11.Seminiferous tubules

4 Assessory organ of reproductive system Holds/Stores Urine Location above Prostate

5 Attaches to vas deferens at bottom of bladder Produce fluid (fructose) to nourish sperm in semen

6 Tightly coiled tube Connects testis to vas deferens Holds sperm until maturation

7 Surrounds tissue at base of urethra (below bladder) Provides fluids for semen

8 Produces secretions for semen Neutralizes semen Lubricates the urethra

9 Tube leading from bladder to outside body Carries urine and semen

10 External organ of system Made of spongy tissue that contains many blood vessels

11 Muscular tube (18 inches) Connects epididymus to top of urethra

12 Made of 250 lobes Each lobe holds 1-4 seminiferous tubules Produces sperm (100 million/day) and hormones Stores sperm

13 Pouch-like structure behind the penis Holds testes Temperature regulation

14 has cells that produce male hormones Take sperm to epididymis and vas deferens

15 STRUCTURE 1.Fallopian Tube 2.Uterus 3.Cervix 4.Ovary 5.Ova STRUCTURE 6.Bladder 7.Urethra 8.Vagina 9.Labia Minora 10.Labia Majora 11.Endometrium

16 Connects ovaries to uterus Finger-like projections to pull in ova

17 Also called “womb” Holds fetus during pregnancy Pear-shaped (3 in x 2 in)

18 Lower part of the uterus Opens into the vagina Dilates (opens) for birth

19 Stores ova (egg) Produce hormones

20 Female reproductive cells “eggs”

21 Stores urine Connects to urethra Below uterus

22 Tube leading from bladder to outside body Carries urine

23 Muscular passageway extending from the uterus to the outside of the body

24 Inner flap of skin covering vaginal opening and urethra

25 Outer flap of skin covering the vaginal opening and urethra

26 The lining of the uterus Sloughs off in form of menstrual cycle

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28 Frequent visits to the doctor Proper immunizations (rubella) Healthy diet- Vitamin and Mineral Intake (folic acid, iron, vitamin A) Healthy weight-Physical Activity Limit medications No smoking No alcohol/drug use

29 Weeks 4 to 28: 1 visit per month (every 4 weeks) Weeks 28 to 36: 2 visits per month (every 2 to 3 weeks) Weeks 36 to birth: 1 visit per week

30 Low birth weight of baby Health concerns of the mother-gestational diabetes, high blood pressure Premature delivery Mental Retardation of baby-if smoking/drugs/alcohol are involved Spinal conditions of the baby-poor nutrition

31 The First Trimester-Weeks 1-13 Week 2: Conception is the moment at which the sperm penetrates the ovum. Once fertilized it is called a zygote, until it reaches the uterus 3-4 days later.

32 The First Trimester-Weeks 1-13 Week 6: The embryo is about 1/5 of an inch in length. A primitive heart is beating. Head, mouth, liver, and intestines begin to take shape.

33 The First Trimester-Weeks 1-13 Week 10: The embryo is now about 1 inch in length. Facial features, limbs, hands feet fingers and toes become apparent. The nervous system is responsive and many of the internal organs begin to function.

34 The Second Trimester-Weeks Week 14: The fetus is now 3 inches long and weighs almost an ounce. The muscles begin to develop and sex organs form. Eyelids, fingernails, and toenails also form. The child's spontaneous movements can be observed.

35 The Second Trimester-Weeks Week 18: The fetus is now about 5 inches long. The child blinks, grasps, and moves her mouth. Hair grows on the head and body.

36 The Second Trimester-Weeks Week 22: The fetus now weighs approximately 1/2 a pound and spans about 10 inches from head to toe. Sweat glands develop, and the external skin has turned from transparent to opaque.

37 The Third Trimester-Weeks 27-end Week 26: The fetus can now inhale, exhale and even cry. Eyes have completely formed, and the tongue has developed taste buds. Under intensive medical care the fetus has a over a 50% chance of surviving outside the womb.

38 The Third Trimester-Weeks 27-end Week 30: The fetus is usually capable of living outside the womb and would be considered premature at birth. Week 40: This marks the end of the normal gestational period. The child is now ready to live in outside of his mother's womb.

39 Infancy Childhood Adolescence Adulthood Aging


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