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What are the females primary gonads?
ovaries
What hormones do the ovaries produce?
estrogen, pregesterone
What two layers are the ovaries surrounded by?
tunica albuginea and Germinal epithelium (outer)
clusters of cells that protect and nourish immature eggs oocytes as well as produce sex hormones
Follicles
What are the stages of ovulation?
3. primorital stage
4. primary
5. secondary
6. vesicular graafin
7. ovulation
8. Corpus lutium: produces more hormones that secretes progesterone and estrogen.
9. degenerating corpus lutium
What is another name for fallopian or uterine tubes?
Ovaducts
These are funnel shaped ducts that receive the oocyte from the ovary and convey it to the uterus
Ovaducts
What is the site that fertilization takes place called?
ampulla
What is another name for a dividing zygote?
Oocyte
How is the oocyte carried to the uterus?
peristaltic contractions of smooth muscle and ciliated mucose of the ducts
What is scar tissue in fallopian tube
PID
This chamber in which fetus develops. Functions to receive, retain and nourish a fertilized ovum
Uterus
What are the females primary gonads?
ovaries
What hormones do the ovaries produce?
estrogen, pregesterone
What two layers are the ovaries surrounded by?
tunica albuginea and Germinal epithelium (outer)
clusters of cells that protect and nourish immature eggs oocytes as well as produce sex hormones
Follicles
What are the stages of ovulation?
3. primorital stage
4. primary
5. secondary
6. vesicular graafin
7. ovulation
8. Corpus lutium: produces more hormones that secretes progesterone and estrogen.
9. degenerating corpus lutium
What is another name for fallopian or uterine tubes?
Ovaducts
These are funnel shaped ducts that receive the oocyte from the ovary and convey it to the uterus
Ovaducts
What is the site that fertilization takes place called?
ampulla
What is another name for a dividing zygote?
Oocyte
How is the oocyte carried to the uterus?
peristaltic contractions of smooth muscle and ciliated mucose of the ducts
What is scar tissue in fallopian tube
PID
This chamber in which fetus develops. Functions to receive, retain and nourish a fertilized ovum
Uterus