HUMAN SYSTEM PRESENTATION - inferior portion called the...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style HUMAN SYSTEM  PRESENTATION This presentation is about the female  reproductive system and the cardiovascular  system. By:  Laura Davis
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What is the purpose of the  The female reproductive system reproduces  the continuation of the species.
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What body parts make up the  Fallopian tubes Ovaries Cervix Vagina Breast
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What are the purpose of these  Fallopian tubes- the egg travels down through  the fallopian tubes. Ovaries- are the heart of the female  reproductive system. Cervix- the uterus has an opening at the 
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Unformatted text preview: inferior portion called the cervix. Vagina- is a canal for both birth and menstruation. How does the cardiovascular system interacts with the Cardiovascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels. It circulates hormones throughout the body. The ovaries release hormones that travel through the blood flow. References 1995-2010 The Nemours Foundation. www.kidshealth.org 199-2010 Nucleus Medical Media Inc. www.catalog.nucleusinc.com 1999-2010 eHow, Inc www.ehow.com...
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