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100 200 300 400 500 Male Reproductive SystemFemale Reproductive System Stages of Development Before Birth Stages of Development After Birth Misc. 100 200 300 400 500
Where are sperm produced?
What part of the male anatomy surrounds and protects the testes?
What is the name of the tubes that connect the testes to the penis?
What part of the male anatomy is part of both the excretory system and the reproductive system?
Name 2 secondary sex characteristics for males.
production of sperm, broadening shoulders, deepening voice, and facial and body hair
What is the scientific name for the female’s egg?
ovum or ova(plural)
What is the hollow, muscular organ where the fertilized egg grows and develops?
Where in the female body is the egg fertilized?
What is the common name for the vagina?
Name 2 secondary sex characteristics for females.
developing breasts, developing hips, body hair, and menstrual cycle
Name the 3 stages of birth.
labor, delivery, and afterbirth
What is the scientific name for a fertilized egg?
Put the following in order of development: embryo, fetus, zygote
zygote, embryo, fetus
During pregnancy, what fills with fluid to protect and cushion the developing fetus?
What is the structure through which nutrients, oxygen, and wastes must pass between the mother and the developing baby?
Name the 4 stages of development after birth.
infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood
During which stage of development does puberty occur?
What do you call the stage of life when a female stops ovulating?
During which stage of development does mental ability increase dramatically?
What is the Latin word for “growing up”?
What is the female hormone that helps to regulate the menstrual cycle and trigger secondary sex characteristics?
What is the male hormone that triggers secondary sex characteristics?
What is the scientific name for sex cells?
What is the male sex cell called?
How many chromosomes are found in each sex cell?
More Female Reprod. System More Misc. Even More Misc. Menstrual Cycle 100 200 20 300 400 500 More Develop-ment 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
What female reproductive organ produces the eggs?
What is the common name for the uterus?
What is the process by which an egg is released from the ovary?
What structure connects the embryo to its mother?
What is the female’s monthly cycle of change?
What is the joining of egg and sperm called?
Why are the testes on the outside of the body?
The body’s internal temperature is too high for optimal sperm production.
What are the rod-shaped structures that pass on inherited characteristics from one generation of cells to the next?
Labor involves strong muscular contractions of the _____________.
What two stages of development involve the most significant growth spurts?
infancy and adolescence
How many chromosomes would you find in a human liver cell?
46 or 23 pairs
Two zygotes forming in one uterus would result in ___________ twins.
A set of triplets are born into a familyA set of triplets are born into a family. Two of the children are identical females. The other child is male. How many eggs were fertilized in this pregnancy?
What is the area between the uterus and the vagina?
What is typically the longest stage of childbirth?
The menstrual cycle lasts approximately how many days?
Approximately how many eggs will a female release in a lifetime?
Name one purpose of the menstrual cycle.
Release an egg and prepare the uterus to receive a fertilized egg
The word mensis is Latin for ________________.
What is the pocket of cells surrounding each ovum?
During the first eight weeks of development, the newly formed organism is called the ___________.
After eight weeks of development, an embryo is known as a(n) ______.
The stage of a person’s life following birth is __________________.
What marks the beginning of adolescence when sexual maturity is occurring?
Name the levels of development from zygote to adulthood in the correct order.
zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, childhood, adolescence, adulthood
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