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What are the reproductive systems functions in gamate?
produces, stores, nourishes, transports
When a male gamate and female gamate unite and form a zygote.
Fertilization of conception
the reproductive system is composed of what?
Gonads
Ducts
Accessory glands and organs
External genitalia
A reproductive organ that produces gamates and hormones is what?
Gonads
What recieves and transports gamates?
Ducts
What secretes fluids into the ducts of the reproductive system or into other excretory ducts?
Accessory glands and organs
What is another name for a perineal structure?
External genitalia
The testes or male gonads secrete what sex hormone?
androgens
The testes also produce the male gamates called what?
spermatoza or sperm.
men produce how much sperm in a day?
one half billion
When sperm are mixed with secretions from accessory glands then it is called what?
semen
The female gonads are also called what?
ovaries
The ovaries produce one immature gammate a month, it is is also called a what?
oocyte
An oocyte matures into what?
ovum
The uterine tubes lead to what?
uterus
What connects the exterior of the body to the uterus?
Vaginal canal
What is the pathway of sperm?
Seminiferous
Epididymis
Vas Deferens
Ejaculatory Duct
Nothing
Urethra
Penis
What are the Accessory organs of the male reproductive system?
Seminal Vesicles
Prostate Gland
Bubourethral Glands
Scrotal Sac encloses Testes
Penis
A process in which the testes move during fetal development is called what?
Descent of the Testes
A pair of structures extending between the abdominopelvic cavity and the testes that constist of layers if fascia and muscle enclosing the ductus daferens is called what?
Spermatic Cords