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1

What are the homologous structures in the male and female reproductive system?

1. Labia majora = Scrotum
2. Clitoris = Glans penis

2

Eggs are produced in the ___.

Eggs are produced in the OVARY.

3

Estrogen is produced by the ___ ___.

Estrogen is produced by the SECONDARY FOLLICLE.

4

Progesterone are estrogen are produced by the ___ ___.

Progesterone and estrogen are produced by the CORPUS LUTEUM.

5

Progesterone are estrogen are produced by the ___ ___.

Progesterone and estrogen are produced by the CORPUS LUTEUM.

6

The ovarian follicle is ruptured after ___.

Ovulation

7

List (in order) the passages through which the egg is released during ovulation.

1. Ovary

8

List (in order) the passages through which the egg is released during ovulation.

1. Ovary
2. Fimbriae of uterine tube
3. Uterine tube
4. Uterus
5. Cervix
6. Vagina

9

Where does the egg travel next?

Ovary --> ___

Fimbriae of uterine tube

10

Where does the egg travel next?

Fimbriae of uterine tube --> ___

Uterine tube

11

Where does the egg travel next?

Uterine tube --> ___

Uterus

12

Where does the egg travel next?

Uterus --> ___

Cervix

13

Where does the egg travel next?

Cervix --> ___

Vagina

14

Where does the egg travel next?

Cervix --> ___

Vagina

15

What are the other terms for the uterine tube?

1. Fallopian tube
2. Oviduct

16

What are the other terms for the uterine tube?

1. Fallopian tube
2. Oviduct

17

This is where fertilization usually occurs

Uterine tube

18

This is where the fertilized egg is usually implanted

Uterus

19

If no fertilization occurs, the egg is released as menses as it passes through these 2 structures

1. Cervix
2. Vagina

20

If no fertilization occurs, the egg is released as menses as it passes through these 2 structures

1. Cervix
2. Vagina

21

What is the function of mammary glands?

Produce milk to nourish the infant

22

Mammary glands are only functional in ___.

Females

23

List the structures that aid in mammary glands' mission

1. Areola
2. Nipple
3. Lacteriferous ducts and sinuses

24

Pigmented area of the breast

Areola

25

Central protrustion of the areola

Nipple

26

Produce and release milk

Lacteriferous ducts and sinuses