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Testes
The two male reproductive glands that secrete testosterone and sperm
Seminiferous Tubules
A coil network of tubes inside the testes where sperm cell is formed
Epididymis
A comma shaped larger tube on the backside of each testes: store sperm during maturation
Vas Deferens
Two long thin tube that extend from epididymis to the seminal vesicles: storage and passageway for sperm
Ejaculatory Duct
A short tube that is joining the vas deferens and seminal vesiclesm passes through through the prostate and join the uretha: passage way for sperm
Prostate Gland
A larger gland that produces alkaline fluid to increase sperm longevity
Cowper's Gland
Two pea-like glands that secrete an alkaline lubrication fluid
Urethra
A tube like passageway that extends from teh bladder to the tip of the penis; passageway for urine and semen; two can''t pass throught at the same time
Penis
Male organ of sexual production and urination
Scrotum
Sac like pouch of skin that holds the testes and regulates temperture of testes
Ovaries
Almond shape glands that produce ova and secrete estrogen and progesterone
Fallopian tubes
tubes that extend from near the ovaries to the uterus
Uterus
hall, muscular organ that support the fertillzed ovum during pregancy
Cervix
neck of uterus; passageway from uterus to vagina
Endometrium
lining of uterus
Vagina
passageway leading from uterus to opening of the body
Labia majora/minora
two folds of skin that form the external genitalia of the female
Prenatal
Before birth
Menstruation
Period
Fertilization
Sperm penetrates cell membrane of ovum
Conception
Instant fertilization occurs
Zygote
A cell that is result of fertilization
Morula
Zygote after cleavage has began
Blastocyst
Small cluster of rapidly dividing cells that becomes hollow; cell mass implants in uterine wall
Embryo
organism in its early stages; unrecongnizable
Fetus
Unborn young with recongnizable features and organs
FASD
[Fetal Alchol Spectrum Disorder] An umbella that describle a range of effects that can occur to individual whose mom drank alcohol during pregnancy
FAS
[Fetal Alchol Syndrome] Terminology used to describle the serve end of spectrum
FAE
[Fetal Alchol Effect]Terminology used to describle behavioral and cognitive problems in childern who were prenatally exposed to alchol become ARND and ARBD
ARND
[Alchol Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder] Functional and mental problems; behavioral or cognitive abnormalities
ARBD
[Alchol Related Birth Defect]Problem with heart, kidneys, bones or hearing
Hormone
any substances that endocrine system produces, which blood carries to various parts of body and affect these parts in various ways
Concrete Thinking
What you saw is what exist
Abstract Thinking
Able to consider alternatives and exmines consequences
Pituitary Gland
Master gland of endocrine system
Gonadotropic Hormones
Responible for develepment of gonads
Ectopic Pregnancy
Blastocyst implants outside uterus
Miscarriage
Embryo dies and is expelled naturally
Still Born
Fall term/near full term baby that is delivered but doesn't live
Identical Twins
1 ovum, 1 sperm; ALWAYS same gender
Fraternal Twins
2 ovum, 2 sperm
Natural Birth
Vaginal delivery; head first
Breech Birth
Vaginal delivery; head last
Caesarean Birth
Surgical delievery
Dilation
Series of contractions cause opening in cervix to increase from 1 cm to 10 cm
ARBD
[Alchol Related Birth Defect]Problem with heart, kidneys, bones or hearing
Hormone
any substances that endocrine system produces, which blood carries to various parts of body and affect these parts in various ways
Concrete Thinking
What you saw is what exist
Abstract Thinking
Able to consider alternatives and exmines consequences
Pituitary Gland
Master gland of endocrine system
Gonadotropic Hormones
Responible for develepment of gonads
Ectopic Pregnancy
Blastocyst implants outside uterus
Miscarriage
Embryo dies and is expelled naturally
Still Born
Fall term/near full term baby that is delivered but doesn't live
Identical Twins
1 ovum, 1 sperm; ALWAYS same gender
Fraternal Twins
2 ovum, 2 sperm
Natural Birth
Vaginal delivery; head first
Breech Birth
Vaginal delivery; head last
Caesarean Birth
Surgical delievery
Dilation
Series of contractions cause opening in cervix to increase from 1 cm to 10 cm
Expulsion
Contraction continue; head crown
Afterbirth
Contraction continue; placenta detach
APGAR Score
Test given to baby one min after birth, then 5 mins after; rated 0-2
Monogomy
Having one sexual partner for entire life
Immune System
Interacting combo of all body's ways of recogizing cells, tissues, objects, organism that is not part of itself
Pathogens
Anything that cause disease
Retrovies
Family of virus, abaility to permanently imcorpate their genetic material into a host cell
HIV
[Human Immunodeficiency Virus]
AIDS
[Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome]
STD
[Sexually Transmitted Disease]
Expulsion
Contraction continue; head crown
Afterbirth
Contraction continue; placenta detach
APGAR Score
Test given to baby one min after birth, then 5 mins after; rated 0-2
Monogomy
Having one sexual partner for entire life
Immune System
Interacting combo of all body's ways of recogizing cells, tissues, objects, organism that is not part of itself
Pathogens
Anything that cause disease
Retrovies
Family of virus, abaility to permanently imcorpate their genetic material into a host cell
HIV
[Human Immunodeficiency Virus]
AIDS
[Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome]
STD
[Sexually Transmitted Disease]