tubes connecting the ovaries to the uterus
female glands that produce and store eggs
Hormone released by the ovaries that stimulates the productions of the eggs
Hormone released by the ovaries that either allows a pregnancy to continue or signals start of the beginning of the menstrual cycle.
Hollow, muscular organ that nourishes and protects the fetus until birth
This is the lining of the uterus to which the fertilized egg implants. This lining provides protection and nourishment to the growing embryo.
Muscular elastic passageway with soft flexible lining that is connected to the uterus by the cervix, also called the birth canal because it is the last part of the body that the baby goes through during the birth process.
is the opening at the bottom of the uterus that leads into the vagina
releases a fluid that is rich in sugars and gives the sperm energy. Also has a clotting agent that makes the fluid sticky.
Secretes a fluid that helps to neutralize the acidity of the urethra and vagina.
Transports sperm from the epididymis to the urethra
Passage way through which urine and sperm leave the body.
Organ that houses the urethra
external skin sac that houses and helps to protect the testes
coiled tube that is attached to the vas deferens and the testicle where sperm mature and are stored here
secretes testosterone and produces sperm
Hormone responsible for sperm production and the physical changes that males go through at they get older.
the stage of growth and development when secondary sex characteristics appears in males and females.
the release of a mature ovum from an ovary
Choosing not to engage in any risk behaviors
Female Secondary Sex Characteristics
Increase in perspiration, Widening of the hips, Formation of mature ova,Beginning of menstruation,
Male Secondary Sex Characteristics
Deepening Voice, Increase in Muscle mass, Broadening of Shoulders, Increase in perspiration
path of the unfertilized egg
released from the the ovary, through the fallopian tube, attach to the uterus and out the vagina as part of the menstrual flow
the perception a person has of his or her body
path of the Sperm Cell
Sperm produced in Testes, passes through the Epididymis, then into the Vas Deferens, and through the Urethra to exit the body
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion begins
A biological system that removes excess, unnecessary materials from the body fluids of an organism, so as to help maintain internal chemical homeostasis and prevent damage to the body.
A pair of bean-shaped structures that are responsible for filtering the filtrate and returning most of the solutes and water to the blood.
The organ that stores urine until it is released.
Toxic substance that was stored in urinary bladder before released out of the body.
small tube that filters the blood while in the kidney
Tube that carries urine from the kidney to the urinary bladder
carries urine out of the body
the body system that breaks down food
where bile is stored
secretes and stores digestive enzymes
Muscle in your mouth used for pushing food around
after food is swallowed, food is mixed with acid here
where waste is stored before leaving the body
to get rid of as waste
long tube attached to stomach where nutrients in food are absorbed
a “gate” that sends air into your lungs and food into your stomach
tube connecting mouth to the stomach
tube after the small intestine where liquid is absorbed
slippery liquid that makes food easy to swallow and starts to break food down
breaking down food
soaking up nutrients
Chew, tear, grind, mash, mix and churn a material into smaller pieces, but the material remains the same
Enzymes digest a material, and turn it into a different material