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Reproductive System

Unit 5 Task 9 – The reproductive system Female – In the human reproductive process, two kinds of sex cells are involved. The male gamete, or sperm, and the female gamete, the egg or ovum, meet in the female's reproductive system. http://www.nhs.uk/news/2010/01January/PublishingImages/P632053-Coloured_SEM_of_egg_cell_in_secondary_follicle-SPL.jpgWhen the sperm fertilizes, or meets, the egg, this fertilized egg is called the zygote. The zygote goes through a process of becoming an embryo and...

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The Reproductive System

you were born? Do you know how you came to be? The reproductive system is the system that made that all possible. Without the reproductive system you wouldn’t have been born. In order to produce offspring, the male and female reproductive systems have to be different. Each system has different parts, problems and care. Each system have different purposes, the male reproductive system’s function is to produce sperm, while the female reproductive system’s function is to produce ova, store ova and house...

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Reproductive System

The Reproductive System The female and male reproductive systems share many similarities and many differences. . Each system has different parts, problems and care. Each system has different purposes, the male reproductive system’s function is to produce sperm, while the female reproductive system’s function is to produce ova, store ova and house a fertilized egg. The effects of various hormones modulate both. Some of these include gonadotropin-releasing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone,...

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Reproductive System

II-Berners Reproductive System I. Introduction “This is an example of the reproductive system being fine tuned. We know a lot about the gross regulation of the reproductive system, but fine tuning hasn`t been well understood at all.” - mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeg gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg gggggggApocrypha It is a decree among schools and universities to study and learn the foundations of the reproductive system...

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Male and Female Reproductive System

The reproductive system is made up of organs and tissues that are involved in the production, maturation of gametes and in their union and subsequent development as offspring. Sometimes problems can occur in the reproductive system. Some problems that can occur in the male reproductive system are jock itch, undescended testes and testicular cancer. Some problems that can occur in the female reproductive system are vaginitis, toxic shock syndrome, and cervical cancer. Problems can occur in the...

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Equine Reproductive System

Equine Reproductive System Tim Heckart In exploring the reproductive system of the horse we must first understand that this system is made up of physical structures and hormonal or chemical secretions, actions, and reactions. While the physical structures are readily identifiable, the hormonal systems are a bit more obscure. Some of these hormonal actions and reactions are still not fully understood today. We begin with the delivery of a Filly. At this stage in her life she already has all...

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Male Reproductive System

What is the Male Reproductive System? The male reproductive system is responsible for the production, maintaining, and transporting sperm and semen, to discharge sperm within the female reproductive tract during sex, to produce and secrete male sex hormones responsible for maintaining the male reproductive system. What happens if you have disorders such as: EDD, BPH, Testicular Cancer, or Infertility? Erectile dysfunction is defined as the consistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection...

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The Female Reproductive System

must be the process of creating new life. This process is called reproduction. Human beings reproduce in much the same way as other mammals. There is need for both male and female to be involved in the human reproductive process. The Female Reproductive System The female reproductive system consists of the fallopian tube, ovum,ovary, uterus, cervix and vagina. Ovary This is the name for the sex gland that is similar in function to the male testicle. They are two in number and are located on either...

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Physiology-Reproductive System and Hypospadias

PHYSIOLOGY OF THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM The male reproductive system and Hypospadias. Tracey Cooper 12003848 HNC Health Care (A) Sam Bright The male reproductive system and hypospadias. The main focus of this essay is to explore, if any, the physical effects that hypospadias can have on the male reproductive system. Through investigation of websites and articles, the aim is to raise awareness of the defect whilst also describing the aetiology or symptoms along with any known,...

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Chapter 28 - the Reproductive System

spongy urethra open during ejaculation. | | | | | | | Correct Answer: |   2 and 3 | | | | | * Question 6 | | | Which of the following are true concerning estrogens? (1) They promote development and maintenance of female reproductive structures and secondary sex characteristics. (2) They help control fluid and electrolyte balance. (3) They increase protein catabolism. (4) They lower blood cholesterol. (5) In moderate levels, they inhibit the release of GnRH and the secretion...

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