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Horizontaal
Reproductive system (male and female)  related subjects: Biology: genetics, Embryology, Genetics
Embryology concepts in embryological development
Fertility awareness Changes During the Fertility Cycle, Pre-ovulatory phase - controlled by FSH and oestrogen, The cyclic phases of fertility and infertility
From sperm and egg to embryo Fertilization: Sperm/Egg Recognition and Contact, Close encounters of the zygotic kind, Fertilization: Activation of Development, How does the egg respond to fertilization? Reproductive Technology: Advances in the Regulation of Human Fertility, Developmental biology in the bedrooms of the nation, Cleavage, ...
Hormones of humans oestrogen, oestrogens, human endocrinology
Hormones of the reproductive system
How human reproduction works from a biological standpoint, the purpose of sex is to merge two sets of genetic information, one from the father (sperm) and one from the mother (egg), to make a baby that is genetically different from either parent
Human reproduction
Human reproductive system menopause, menstruation, egg (ovulation), the uterus, menstrual cycle, fertilisation
Life's greatest miracle
Meiosis in sexual reproduction, two parents give rise to an offspring with an unique gene combination from either of them each parent gives 1/2 of his/her genes to the offspring. A gene is a discrete unit of information on the DNA that codes for one protein, perhaps one of the many enzymes needed by our bodies
Physiology of reproduction ppt file
PREGNANCY AND BIRTH Events after fertilisation
Reproductive system
Reproductive system reproductive system, female reproductive system, male sex hormones, spermatogenesis, male reproductive system, ovarian cycles
Reproductive system, Reproductive physiology, conception, prenatal development
Sex chromosomes X chromosome, Y chromosome
Sexual reproduction meiosis
Horizontaal
Female reproductive system 
Breast anatomy
Early development slide list fertilization, 16 cell stage and morula, blastocyst, implantation, neuralation
Female reproductive organs female reproductive organs, the organs of the female reproductive system are specialized to produce and maintain the female sex cells, or egg cells, to transport these cells to the site of fertilization, to provide a favorable environment for a developing offspring, to move the offspring to the outside, and to produce female sex hormones
FemaleRepro.ppt ppt file
Female Reproductive Physiology Pituitary and Ovarian Hormones of a Woman's Reproductive Cycle
Female reproductive system female reproductive system, ovary, oviduct, uterus, labium minorum, placenta, mammary gland, primordial follicle, primary follicle, secondary follicle, corpus luteum, corpus albicans, cumulus oophorus, germinal epithelium, myometrium, endometrium, uterine gland, chorionic villi, cytotrophoblast, syncytiotrophoblast, theca lutein cell, granulosa lutein cell, or peg cell
Female reproductive system Female reproductive system
Female reproductive system the primary function of the female reproductive system is reproduction, which includes the production of ova the transportation of ova from the ovary to the site of fertilization transportation of spermatozoa from the point of deposition in the female tract to the site of fertilization nourishment of the developing embryo and fetus parturition and nourishment of the infant
Female reproductive system the paired ovaries, paired uterine tubes, uterus (uterine horns), cervix, vagina, and the mammary glands
Female reproductive system female reproductive system
Female reproductive system describe the processes of Fertilization, cleavage, and implantation. Summarize the changes that take place during the development of an embryo. List three stages of pregnancy and describe each stage
Female sex system ppt file
Human menstrual cycle
Learning the Billings Ovulation Method
Menstrual cycle
Horizontaal
Male reproductive system 
Anatomy of the penis, mechanics of intercourse
MaleRepro.ppt ppt file
Male reproductive anatomy male reproductive anatomy, testes (testicles), prostate gland, vas deferens, urethra, epididymis, bladder
Male reproductive system (diagram)
Male reproductive system the primary function of the male reproductive system is reproduction, which includes the production of spermatozoa, the transportation of spermatozoa from the testes out of the male body, the secretion by glands, and the placement of spermatozoa in the female reproductive tract. Spermatozoa are produced in the testes then transported from the testes by a series of ducts which become gradually larger and connect with the urethra of the penis
Male reproductive system the production of spermatozoa, the transportation of spermatozoa from the testes out of the male body, the secretion by glands, and the placement of spermatozoa in the female reproductive tract
Male reproductive system testis, epididymis, vas deferens, prostate, seminal vesicle, tunica albuginea, convoluted seminiferous tubule, spermatogonia, spermatocytes, spermatids, Sertoli cells
Male reproductive system
Male reproductive system production and transport of sperm and protective fluid, discharge of sperm within the female reproductive tract, hormonal and behavioral contron of functions
Male reproductive system male reproductive system
Male reproductive system
Male sex system ppt file
Spermatogenesis spermatogenesis is the process of sperm cell development. Rounded immature sperm cells undergo successive mitotic and meiotic divisions (spermatocytogenesis) and a metamorphic change (spermiogenesis) to produce spermatozoa
Spermatogenesis
Spermatogenesis
Spermatogenesis spermatogenesis refers to the creation, or genesis, of sperm cells, which occurs in the male gonads or testes. It is the result of meiosis. Sperm cells develop initially from germ stem cells known as spermatogonia. As these differentiate they become spermatocytes, spematids (after meiosis) and then finally the fully mature spermatozoa, pdf file
Spermatogenesis- mammalian testis
Structure and function of the male reproductive system

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