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Study Guide for Chapters 5-6, & 13 1. Define of contraception a. A way to prevent a pregnancy 2. Define spermatogenesis a. The formation and development of spermatozoa in the testes b. Production of sperm in males 3. How is a person’s gender identified a. Physicalb. Sexualc. Physiologicald. Sociological 4. The difference if there is an X or Y chromosome a. XX-Woman b. XY-Men i. Y- Is ONLY deliver by a male 5. Which system in your body produces hormones a. Pituitary System 6. Which hormones are produced by the ovaries/testes a. Ovaries i. Estrogen ii. Progesterone 1. Hormones that sustains a females reproductive system b. Testes i. Testosterone 7. The female organs (Clitoris, Ovum, Vulva, Cervix), Male (Prostate) a. Clitoris i. A sensitive erectile female sex organ at the front junction of the labia minora in the vulva ii. Purpose of pleasure for a woman b. Ovum i. A female reproductive cell
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ii. Egg c. Vulva i. The external female genitals. These include the clitoris and the two pairs of fleshy folds, the labia majora and labia minora that surround the opening of the vagina. d. Cervix i. The neck of the womb, consisting of a narrow passage leading to the vagina. The cervix widens greatly during childbirth to permit delivery of the baby. ii. The opening of the uterus in the upper part of the vagina e. Prostate i. A gland surrounding the neck of the bladder in male mammals and releasing prostatic fluid.
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