Ch. 6 Human physiology skills

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Outer coat of the small intestine
Serosa
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The two muscle layers in the small intestine
Longitudinal, and circular
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The layer of the small intestine containing blood and lymph vessels
Sub-mucosa
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Lining of small intestine, with nutrient-absorbing epithelium on inner surface
Mucosa
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What is the function of the testis?
To produce sperm and testosterone
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What is the function of the scrotum?
To hold testes at lower than core body temperature
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What is the function of the epididymis?
To store sperm until ***********
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What is the function of the sperm duct?
To transfer sperm during ***********
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What is the function of the seminal vesicle and prostate gland?
To secrete fluid containing alkali, proteins, and fructose that is added to sperm to make *****
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What is the function of the urethra?
To transfer ***** during *********** and urine during urination
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What is the function of the penis?
To penetrate the ****** for *********** of ***** near the cervix
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What is the function of the ovary?
To produce eggs, estrogen, and progesterone
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What is the function of the oviduct?
To collect eggs at ovulation, provide a site for fertilization then move the embryo to the uterus
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What is the function of the uterus?
To provide for the needs of the embyro and then fetus during pregnancy
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What is the function of the cervix?
Protect the fetus during pregnancy and then dilate to provide a birth canal
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What is the function of the ******?
To stimulate the penis to cause *********** and provide a birth canal
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What is the function of the *****?
To protect internal parts of the female reproductive system
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The two muscle layers in the small intestine

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Longitudinal, and circular

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The layer of the small intestine containing blood and lymph vessels

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Lining of small intestine, with nutrient-absorbing epithelium on inner surface

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What is the function of the testis?

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