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where fertilization occurs in humans
the fallopian tubes
a type of cell division in which the chromosome number is reduced
meiosis
the female gonad
ovary
a cell that has two complete sets of chromosomes
diploid
the hormone that causes ovulation
Lutenizing hormone (LH)
the hormone that converts the ruptured follicle into the corpus luteum
lutenizing hormone (LH)
the two hormones found in the birth control pill
estrogen, progesterone
the relationship between the uterus, pituitary, and the ovary in terms of hormones
pituitary -->ovary --> uterus
the structure inside the testes, where sperm are made
seminiferous tubules
the hormone released by the embryo telling the female's body to keep the uterine wall intact
HCG
the gland that releases follicle stimulating hormone
pituitary
what releases progesterone
corpus luteum
how long the menstrual cycle is
28 days
the glands that contribute fluids to the sperm
prostate gland, bulbourethral gland, seminal vesicle
the gland or structure that stores and matures sperm
epididymus
the opening between the vagina and the uterus
cervix
the structure in which the fertilized egg will become embedded and develop in the female
uterus
another name for the sperm duct
vas deferens
the gland that releases estrogen
ovary
the target for the lutenizing hormone
ovary