Published May 30, 2007
by Science Pub Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
The Reproductive System Paperback – January 1, by John Sladek (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" /5(5). The conception of human life and the propagation of the species has long been a subject of curiosity in all civilizations. Although much is now known about the biology of reproduction, a great deal remains to be discovered about the diseases and disorders that can damage the reproductive system. Ethical concerns surrounding the issues of birth control and abortion have also provoked much Reviews: 2. The reproductive systems of the male and female have some basic similarities and some specialized differences. They are the same in that most of the reproductive organs of both sexes develop from similar embryonic tissue, meaning they are homologous. Both systems have gonads that produce (sperm and egg or ovum) and sex Size: 1MB. Using an appropriate reference, define cryptorchidism and discuss its significance. Gross Anatomy of the Human Female Reproductive System On the diagram below of a frontal section of a portion of the female reproductive system, identify all indicated structures.
This book provides a comprehensive review of the clinical anatomy and physiology specific to male reproductive system, emphasizing causes and management of male infertility. By developing a clear understanding of what is normal, you will better understand abnormalities affecting male fertility and the mechanisms behind : Akmal El-Mazny. The reproductive system is the human organ system responsible for the production and fertilization of gametes and, in females, the carrying of a fetus. Both male and female reproductive systems have organs called gonads (testes in males, ovaries in females) that produce gametes (sperm or eggs) and sex hormones (such as testosterone in males and. Male Reproductive System Testis: Sex organ that produces sperm in a process called spermatogenesis, and male sex hormones (testosterone). Developed in a male fetus near the kidneys, and descend to the scrotum about 2 months before birth. Each testis is enclosed by a layer of fibrous connective tissue called tunica alumina. Reproductive System T he male reproductive system includes both external and internal organs. The two main functions of the male repro-ductive system are the production and storage of sperm, the male reproductive cells,and transfer of sperm to the female’s body during sexual intercourse. During the early teen years, usually between the.
LESSON 1 Chapter 13 • The Human Reproductive System Reproductive Systems } * VÌÕÀi > `i>,i>` } iV > Ê `i>The structures of the human reproductive sys- tems are specialized for the production of offspring. Real-World Reading Connection It’s the first day of school. Yo u notice that some students changed a lot over the summer. Reproductive System is a presentation of the human reproductive system although many of the details are transferrable to other animals as well. It begins with a consideration of the structures and functions of the male system, then the female system. The ovarian and uterine cycles and their dependency on hormones are presented in detail. The ideal book for courses on human reproductive biology - includes chapter introductions, sidebars on related topics of interest, chapter summaries and suggestions for further reading. Show less This acclaimed text has been fully revised and updated, now incorporating issues including aging of the reproductive system, and updates on the. Human reproductive system, organ system by which humans reproduce and bear live offspring. Provided all organs are present, normally constructed, and functioning properly, the essential features of human reproduction are (1) liberation of an ovum, or egg, at a specific time in the reproductive cycle, (2) internal fertilization of the ovum by spermatozoa, or sperm cells, (3) transport of the.