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MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
PART FUNCTION
Testis Produces sperm and testosterone.
Bag of skin containing two testes. Hangs outside the body,
Scrotum allowing sperm to be stored at a lower temperature than
body heat.
Sperm duct (vas deferens) Sperm travel through this from the testes to the urethra.
Prostate gland and seminal Add fluid to the sperm to form semen. Thos activates the
vesicles sperm and provided energy for it.
The tube transports semen and urine out of the body.…read more

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FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
PART FUNCTION
A pearshaped organ the size of a clenched fist, with very
Uterus muscular walls. It increases from approx. 30g in weight to 1kg
during pregnancy.
Lining of the uterus Comes away each month during menstruation (period) if a
(endometrium) fertilised ovum hasn't been implanted in it.
Fallopian tube (uterine tube, Links the ovaries with the uterus. Fertilisation takes place here.
oviduct or egg tube)
Funnel Catches the released ova and wafts it into the fallopian/uterine
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Joel Gluck

Thank you so much. This is amazing!!!

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