BIO 115- Female reproductive f06

BIO 115- Female reproductive f06 - VI Female reproductive...

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Unformatted text preview: VI. Female reproductive system A. General characteristics- Very homologous to males Function:- Produce gametes- Form implantation site- Nurture developing baby- Nourish born baby- Produce gametes- Form implantation site- Nurture developing baby- Nourish born baby Components (6):- Ovaries- Uterine tubes- Uterus Components (6):- Ovaries- Uterine tubes- Uterus- Vagina- Vulva/pudendum (external genitalia)- Mammary glands- Vulva/pudendum (external genitalia)- Mammary glands B. Pudendum/Vulva Mons pubis: Anterior mound of adipose covered by pubic hair Labia major: continuation of skin of thigh (pubic hair) Mons pubis: Anterior mound of adipose covered by pubic hair Labia major: continuation of skin of thigh (pubic hair) Labia minora: inner lips, no hair, no adipose (spongy urethra) creates vestibule Clitoris: erectile tissue (glans) Labia minora: inner lips, no hair, no adipose (spongy urethra) Clitoris: erectile tissue (glans)- Contains prepuce Vestibule: area contain in labia minora (membranous urethra)- Contains prepuce Vestibule: area contain in labia minora (membranous urethra)- Contents: Vaginal orifice External urethral orifice Paraurethral glands (prostate) Greater vestibular glands Vaginal orifice External urethral orifice Paraurethral glands (prostate) Greater vestibular glands (bulbourethral) Bulb of the vestibule (spongiosum) (bulbourethral) Bulb of the vestibule (spongiosum) * Episotomy: enlargement of vagina (bulbourethral)...
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