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Topic: Reproduction Aim: Describe the structures that make up the female reproductive system. Do Now: Label the frontal view diagram of the male reproductive system (from yesterday’s notes). HW: Mitosis Activity Sheet (due Monday)
A B C D F Urinary bladder testes vas deferens Glands E G H urethra penis
1.Identify the process above. Support your answer. 2.Where does this process occur? 3.Compare the number of chromosomes in the daughter cells to the original cells.
Ovaries Oviduct / Fallopian tubes Uterus Produce eggs, estrogen, and progesterone Carries egg to uterus Where egg is FERTILIZED Muscular organ where fertilized egg develops
Cervix Vagina Lower end of uterus Muscular tube that receives sperm from the male
Amniotic fluid Umbilical cord
1.Placenta: site of EXCHANGE between mother and fetus -BLOOD DOES NOT MIX 2.Umbilical Cord: TRANSPORTS substances between mother and fetus 3.Amniotic fluid: cushions and protects fetus Development in uterus
Let’s Review… 1.Explain the process that occurs in the ovaries. 2.Describe the process that can occur in the oviduct. 3.Explain what can occur in the uterus. 4.Identify the birth canal. 5.Explain the importance of the placenta. 6.Explain the importance of the amniotic fluid.
The process that occurs in the ovaries is known as (1) mitosis (2) meiosis (3) asexual reproduction (4) locomotion
If sperm are present, fertilization will occur in the (1)vagina (2)ovaries (3)oviduct (4)cervix
Development of the fetus occurs in the (1) vagina (2) uterus (3) cervix (4) ovaries
The substance that cushions and protects the fetus is called the (1)umbilical cord (2)placenta (3)amniotic fluid (4)vagina
The exchange of substances such as nutrients, gases and wastes takes place in the (1)umbilical cord (2)placenta (3)amniotic fluid (4)vagina
The diagram below represents chromosomes in a zygote. Which diagrams best illustrate the daughter cells that result from normal MITOTIC cell division of this zygote?
1.Sperm cells and egg cells are which type of cells? 2.Identify the type of cell division that is used to produce these cells. 3.Where are these cells produced? 4.In humans, how many chromosomes are found in each of these cells?
1.Identify all labeled structures in the diagram. 2.In which structure will an embryo develop? 3.In which structure can an egg be fertilized? 4.Which structure releases produces and releases eggs? 5.What hormones does structure A secrete?
1.What process is represented in the diagram above? 2.Put the phases in the correct order. 3.What process is occurring at cell D?