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Title: Reproductive Systems


1
Reproductive Systems
  • Song Hee Bae
  • IB1 Biology

2
The Female Reproductive System
3
The Female Reproductive System
  • Egg cell (ovum) the female gamete
  • Ovary produce ova and secrete estrogen and
    progesterone
  • Fallopian tube tubes conducting the egg from the
    ovary to the uterus
  • Uterus (womb) hollow muscular organ in the
    pelvic cavity of females contains the developing
    fetus
  • Vagina allows the passage of a fetus

4
Female Sex Hormones
  • FSH
  • Stimulates the development of follicles
  • LH
  • Stimulates follicles to become mature
  • Estrogen Progesterone
  • Female secondary sexual characteristics
  • Development of uterus needed during pregnancy

5
The Male Reproductive System
6
The Male Reproductive System
  • Sperm the male gamete
  • Penis male organ for sexual intercourse
  • Scrotum contains the testicles, protects and
    controls a climate for the testes
  • Testicles (testes) responsible for making
    testosterone and sperm
  • Epididymis transports and stores sperm cells
    that are produced in the testes

7
Testosterone
  • Male sex hormone
  • embryonic development
  • secondary sex characteristics
  • Puberty
  • Maintains the sex drive
  • Stimulate sperm production

8
Vocabulary
  • Ovum
  • Uterus
  • Fallopian tube
  • Study Guide page 56
  • Estrogen
  • Scrotum
  • Testicles
  • Testosterone

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