Answer: The process in which cells become specialized in structure and function; responsible for the development of the various types of tissue in the body. Males have a series of organs located outside the body and around the pelvic region that contribute to the reproductive process. The primary direct function is to provide the sperm for the fertilization of the ovum. Females have a series of organs located primarily on the inside of the body and around the pelvic region. It consists of three main parts; Vagina, uterus, and the ovaries. The vagina leads to the vulva, the uterus holds the fetus, and the ovaries produce the egg.
Answer: The function of male and female reproductive systems is sexual reproduction to produce progeny. specify reproduce....secreting hormones...and plays a major role in sexual intercourse Quite simple: Male: Testes-Hold sperm(Male gamete) Penis - Used during sex to increase chance of fertilisation. Female: Ovary-Where eggs are produced Uterus-Where embryo develops
Answer: FSH is follicle stimulating hormone and it is used to stimulate the maturation of follicles during puberty. It is also present during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle when the endometrium lining is thickening (days 6-18) LH is leutinizing hormone and it is produces by the corpus luetem during the luteal phase of menstruation. This is necessary to keep a pregnancy going until the placenta takes over hormone production in te 4th month of gestation
Answer: Hey! Well, the Male Reproductive System contains many different parts. It contains the urethra, the ball sac, balls, the penis, prostate, and a few others. So, the "visible" ones are the penis, the long one (hopefully), your scrotum, and your testicles (balls). So, I hope this helps!
Answer: the carpels/pistil or gynoecium (a collective term for all the carpels in a flower) is the female reproductive organ of flowers from angiosperm plants. The carpel is made up of ovary (which matures to form fruit), style(the connecting tube) and stigma(part that receives pollen grains (or the male gametes). In a complete angiospemic flower it is usually the inner most part of the flower. For example : in flowers of Hibiscus (shoe flower) the long stalk with penta-forked end.
Answer: As you may know, almost all our cells contain pairs of chromosomes - 23 pairs to be exact. These are called diploid. Haploid cells contain only one chromosome from each pair. Reproductive cells (both male and female) are haploid, so they can fuse and form a diploid cell with chromosomes from both the male and the female. The female reproductive cell (which is haploid) is the ovum, or egg cell.