Female Reproductive Anatomy To follow along: take notes in your notebook on the function of each part. Fill out the lines on the worksheet. Front view of the female reproductive system. Vagina: Vagina the opening to the outside of her body. Inside the body, it connects to the uterus. Eggs and estrogen
(the female hormone) are produced here. Ovaries Usually, they take turns ovulating: the monthly release of an egg. Ovary Vagina Estrogen causes a girls body to develop into a womans.
Fallopian tubes When Ovary Fallopian tubes Vagina an egg is released, it travels down to the uterus through the fallopian tubes. If an egg gets fertilized, this is where it will
happen. Uterus This is where a baby develops. Ovary Fallopian tubes Uterus Vagina Colloquially called the womb. If
the egg was not fertilized in the fallopian tubes, it will be shed, along with the lining of the uterus, during her monthly period. The Cervix neck of uterus. This Ovary cervix Fallopian tubes Uterus
Vagina is where a doctor or nurse would collect cells during a Pap Test. They are looking for changes in the cells that might mean a cancer would develop. They can usually remove the cells long before they would become cancer. Having a baby After Ovary
cervix Fallopian tubes Uterus Vagina the baby has developed for nine months in the uterus, it usually comes out through the vagina (except in the case of a csection). Side view of female reproductive anatomy. vagina anus
A woman has three openings in her private parts. In the front is the urethra, where urine (pee) comes out. It is attached to the bladder. In the middle is the vagina, where her period comes out (or a baby!) The third opening is the anus, where a bowel
movement comes out. bladder urethra Labia Two vagina anus labia bladder urethra folds of skin that protect the openings to the urethra and the vagina.
Clitoris In vagina anus labia bladder clitoris urethra the front, where the labia meet. A cluster of sensitive nerve endings. This can become erect, like a penis, but it is very small. Try
vagina anus labia bladder clitoris urethra to identify the unlabeled parts using the information from the other side of your handout. Check your answers on the next slide. ovary Fallopian tube uterus
cervix vagina bladder clitoris anus labia urethra Quiz comin up! You have a quiz on Friday of both male and female reproductive anatomy. You will be asked to identify parts and functions of both.
It may have the front view or the side view. The Quizlet set has been updated to have both male and female terms. Alternatively, you could use this time to work on the MESAS Science Contest.
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