What are the two functions What are the two What is the male of the reproductive female sex sex hormone? system? hormones? What is the primary What is the primary What connects female reproductive male reproductive the ovaries to organ? organ? the uterus? What are the What is the canal What is the thin three layers that connects the membrane that of the uterus? cervix to the vulva? covers the (from inner to outer) entrance to the vagina? What is the average What happens What happens length of the during the follicle during the ovulation menstrual cycle? stage of the stage of the menstrual cycle? menstrual cycle? Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 1 Testosterone Estrogen and 1. The creation of Progesterone new individuals 2. Production of sex hormones The fallopian tubes The testes The ovaries (oviducts) The hymen The vagina Fundus, body, cervix High levels of estrogen, FSH stimulates the ovary 28 days FSH, and LH cause the to start growing follicles; (about a month) egg to be released from the strongest one the follicle outgrows the others Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 2 What is the external When do the What happens female genitalia mammary glands in during the luteal called? the breast start stage of the secreting milk? menstrual cycle? What happens What is Where do the during the menopause? sperm collect menstruation inside the testes? stage of the menstrual cycle? What transports the What are the three What part of semen sperm from the testes semen glands? do the seminal to the urethra? vesicles make? What part of semen What part of semen Which gland blocks do the Cowper’s does the Prostate off the urinary bladder glands make? gland make? during ejaculation? Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 3 The follicle turns into the After childbirth The vulva corpus luteum and starts making progesterone. The seminiferous When a woman’s Corpus luteum breaks tubules menstrual cycles stop down, progesterone completely. decreases, and the uterine lining is removed. Nutrition for the sperm Seminal vesicles, The vas deferens prostate gland, Cowper’s glands The prostate gland The alkaline (basic) The alkaline (basic) part part Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 4 What is What is the most What is the least impotence? reliable form of birth reliable form of birth control? control? What are the two What age are men What disease types of surgery supposed to get causes discharge used to treat prostate exams that resembles breast cancer? and women get cottage cheese? breast x-rays? What is the most What is the What is the common STD in the treatment for treatment for United States? genital warts? gonorrhea? What is the What STD can Which STD can treatment for lead to meningitis be a precursor to genital herpes? and death if left cervical cancer? untreated? Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 5 Withdrawal Abstinence The inability to have or (pulling out) sustain an erection. Yeast infection 50 years old Lumpectomy (tumor removal) mastectomy (breast removal) Antibiotics Cryosurgery Chlamydia (freezing the warts and breaking them off) There is no cure, Genital warts Syphilis just medicine to treat outbreaks and symptoms Educational Resource written by James Dauray | http://www.aurumscience.com 6
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