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In what glands are the gametes produced?
What are the male gametes called?
Where are these produced?
What are the female gametes called?
Where are these produced?
What is the development process of gametes called?
What type of organ is the penis?
What does the each testis consist of?
These produce.........
Seminiferous tubules also contain...............
These produce......
When sperm has been produced they collect in the...............
They then pass to the head of the.....................
Here, they.................
The pass via the.............to the urethra during ejaculation.
Before this joins the urethra it combines with the duct leading from the.........................
This forms the.....................
What does the seminal vesicle produce?
This helps the.................of the sperm.
The ejaculatory duct passes through the......................gland.
This produces an.................secretion.
Where in the ovaries are ova produced?
Here they develop into................
How do ova pass to the uterus?
What is the mucus membrane that lines the muscular walls of the uterus called?
During pregnancy, what implants itself here?
This lining is shed during.................
What is the ring of muscle through which the uterus opens into the vagina?
What is the formation of sperm in the testes is called?
What is the formation of ova in the ovaries called?
The first stage of gametogenesis involves repeated.............
This produces in the male reproductive system...............
This produces in the female reproductive system.....................
They undergo maturation which involves................
These then.................into mature gametes.
In the male reproductive system diploid spermatogonia divide many times by.................
These produce........................
These undergo meiosis once to form haploid.....................
After another meiotic division.................are formed.
These mature into..............
What cells are found in the wall of the seminiferous tubules?
What does the fluid these cells secrete do?
What cells in the female reproductive system are formed before birth?
These undergo mitosis to form....................
When the germinal epithelium divide, what is formed?
What is formed when the follicle cells surround the primary oocytes?
Every month follicles start to develop, but only one matures into a fully developed......................
The primary oocyte undergoes the first meiotic division to form the...............................
A mature Graafian follicle migrates to the surface of the ovary where it bursts and the secondary oocyte is released. What is this process called?
The secondary oocyte begins the secondary meiotic division but this arrested at metaphase unless......................takes place.
If this process occurs, the division is completed to form a large..............
Once this division takes place, the nucleus of the ovum and the nucleus sperm fuse together to form a..............
What does this develop into?
What gland's secretions form semen?
What other gland's secretions form semen?
What other gland's secretions form semen?
When a male becomes sexually excited, blood fills the spongy...........................under pressure.
The vagina of a sexually excited female....................and becomes..........................
Movements of the penis during sexually intercourse result in.........................
Where does fertilisation occur?
How long does it take for an ovum from the Graafian follicle of the ovary to die?
What is the clear membrane that surrounds the secondary oocyte.
When a zygote is first formed, how does it develop?
This causes it to form a mass of cells which are implanted into the..................
What process must occur before a sperm can fertilise an egg?
When the sperm reach an oocyte, contact with the zona pellucia results in which membrane rupturing?
What type of enzymes are released?
These................the layers of cells surrounding the oocyte.
What results in a needle-like filament developing at the tip of the sperm?
What is this process which enables the sperm to penetrate the egg called?
This stimulates reactions that bring about the formation of what membrane?
This prevents the entry of....................
Entry of the sperm stimulates the completion of the.......................of the oocyte.
What is the hollow ball of cells formed by mitosis from the zygote called?
The development of the zygote continues as it passes via the........................
How long does it take the blastocyst to reach the uterus?
What is the outer layer of the blastocyst called?
This develops into what two membranes?
What are the finger-like structures that grow on the chorion called?
These increase the surface area. What does this facilitate?
What hormone does the chorion secrete?
What does this stand for?
What does this hormone do?
This causes progesterone to be secreted which maintains the......................................
What is the complete inability to conceive a child?
What is the greatest cause of female infertility?
What drug is usually able to treat this?
What is another cause of female infertility?
What do most pregnancy tests test for?
What is used to identify the hormone?
The test relies on the reaction between the hormone and .................................

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