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REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Word Search

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LABIA MINORA
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URINARY BLADDER
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UTERUS

THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Bingo Cards

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SEMEN
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The Human Reproductive System Crossword

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This is the loose pouch-like sac of skin that hangs behind and below the penis. It contains the testicles (also called testes), as well as many nerves and blood vessels. Scrotum
These are oval organs about the size of large olives that lie in the scrotum, secured at either end by a structure called the spermatic cord. Most men have two testes. The testes are responsible for making testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, and for generating sperm. Within the testes are coiled masses of tubes called seminiferous tubules. These tubes are responsible for producing sperm cells. Testicles
coiled tube that rests on the backside of each testicle. It transports and stores sperm cells that are produced in the testes. It also is the job of the epididymis to bring the sperm to maturity, since the sperm that emerge from the testes are immature and incapable of fertilization. During sexual arousal, contractions force the sperm into the vas deferens. Epididymis
muscular tube that travels from the epididymis into the pelvic cavity, to just behind the bladder. The vas deferens transports mature sperm to the urethra, the tube that carries urine or sperm to outside of the body, in preparation for ejaculation. Vas
the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside of the body. In males, it has the additional function of ejaculating semen when the man reaches orgasm. When the penis is erect during sex, the flow of urine is blocked from the urethra, allowing only semen to be ejaculated at orgasm. Urethra
Also called Cowper's glands, these are pea-sized structures located on the sides of the urethra just below the prostate gland. These glands produce a clear, slippery fluid that empties directly into the urethra. This fluid serves to lubricate the urethra and to neutralize any acidity that may be present due to residual drops of urine in the urethra. Bulbourethralglands
are a pair of small glands about the size and shape of almonds, located on the left and right sides of the pelvic body cavity lateral to the superior portion of the uterus. Ovaries produce female sex hormones such as estrogen and progesterone as well as ova (commonly called "eggs"), the female gametes. Ova are produced from oocyte cells that slowly develop throughout a woman’s early life and reach maturity after puberty. Each month during ovulation, a mature ovum is released. The ovum travels from the ovary to the fallopian tube, where it may be fertilized before reaching the uterus. Ovaries
are a pair of muscular tubes that extend from the left and right superior corners of the uterus to the edge of the ovaries. The fallopian tubes end in a funnel-shaped structure called the infundibulum, which is covered with small finger-like projections called fimbriae. The fimbriae swipe over the outside of the ovaries to pick up released ova and carry them into the infundibulum for transport to the uterus. The inside of each fallopian tube is covered in cilia that work with the smooth muscle of the tube to carry the ovum to the uterus. FallopianTubes
hollow, muscular, pear-shaped organ located posterior and superior to the urinary bladder. Connected to the two fallopian tubes on its superior end and to the vagina (via the cervix) on its inferior end, the uterus is also known as the womb, as it surrounds and supports the developing fetus during pregnancy. The inner lining of the uterus, known as the endometrium, provides support to the embryo during early development. The visceral muscles of the uterus contract during childbirth to push the fetus through the birth canal. Uterus
elastic, muscular tube that connects the cervix of the uterus to the exterior of the body. It is located inferior to the uterus and posterior to the urinary bladder. The vagina functions as the receptacle for the penis during sexual intercourse and carries sperm to the uterus and fallopian tubes. It also serves as the birth canal by stretching to allow delivery of the fetus during childbirth. During menstruation, the menstrual flow exits the body via the vagina. Vagina
is the collective name for the external female genitalia located in the pubic region of the body. The vulva surrounds the external ends of the urethral opening and the vagina and includes the mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, and clitoris. The mons pubis, or pubic mound, is a raised layer of adipose tissue between the skin and the pubic bone that provides cushioning to the vulva. The inferior portion of the mons pubis splits into left and right halves called the labia majora. The mons pubis and labia majora are covered with pubic hairs. Inside of the labia majora are smaller, hairless folds of skin called the labia minora that surround the vaginal and urethral openings. On the superior end of the labia minora is a small mass of erectile tissue known as the clitoris that contains many nerve endings for sensing sexual pleasure. Vulva
The male's job is to produce sperm cells and deliver them into the female reproductive tract. The female's job is to produce ova (eggs), receive the sperm, and nourish the embryo that grows inside her. Reproductivesystem
The organ that holds urine. bladder
Two sac-like glands on each side of the bladder that produce a fluid, providing nutrients for the sperm. Seminalvesicles
The outlet of the rectum, lying in the fold between the buttocks. The opening at the end of the anal canal. Anus
The head of the penis. glans
A walnut-sized gland that lies beneath the bladder. This gland produces a liquid that helps sperm to move along more easily. prostate
Occurs when the penis fills with blood and becomes hard. Erection
The part of the uterus that protrudes into the cavity of the vagina. CERVIX
A small genital organ whose function is one of sexual pleasure. Clitoris
the process in a woman of discharging blood and other materials from the lining of the uterus at intervals of about one lunar month from puberty until menopause, except during pregnancy. menstruation

Reproductive System Crossword

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The site of egg cell production. Ovary
Carries the egg from the ovary to uterus. Fallopian tube
Male reproductive organ. penis
Protection against foreign bodies from entering the urethra. Foreskin
Organ where the embryo develops. uterus
Blood rich layer of the uterus. uterus lining
Ring of muscle that separates the uterus and vagina. cervix
Path from the uterus to the outside of the body. Vagina
Carries urine to the outside of the body urethra
Stores urine bladder
Site of sperm production. testes
Sac that holds the testes outside the body. scrotum
Carries the sperm from the testes to the urethra. vas deferens
Glands that secretes fluid so sperm can swim. seminal vesicle
Produces a mucus to protect sperm. prostate
Produced entire lifetime of males after puberty. sperm
Another term for the female egg Ovum

Male and Female Reproduction System Crossword

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produce male sex cells testes
small glands in pelvic cavity that hold female sex cells ovaries
sac that holds testes scrotum
two tubes attached to uterus to move ovum fallopian tubes
stores sperm as they mature epididymis
acts as passsgeway for sperm and fluid vas deferens
hollow organ of menstruation and development of fetus uterus
tube through penis that carries urine and semen urethra
tube that connects to cervix that serves as a passageway for sperm and menstruation flow vagina
narrow bottom section of uterus cervix
provides fluid to provide sperm with nourishment seminal vesicles

STD/HIV Wordsearch

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abstinance
aids
antibiotics
bacterial
birth control
cancer
cervix
chlamydia
clitoris
contraceptives
cowpers gland
epididymis
fallopian tubes
genital warts
gonorrhea
herpes
hiv
ovary
penicillin
penis
prostate
scrotum
seminal vesical
syphilis
testicle
urethra
vagina
vaginosis
vas deferens
viral

CROSSWORD - HEALTH CLASS

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folds of skin that protect the opening to the vagina Labia
Joins the uterus and the vagina. Is the part that opens when a baby is about to be born cervix
A pair shaped organ that helps the development of the baby Uterus
A small sensitive that is found above the vaginal opening Clitoris
A tube then runs from the bladder to the outside of the body to release urine Urethra
A female cell, or egg that is fertilised by a sperm at conception Ovum
Glands that produce the female hormones, oestrogen and progesterone and ova Ovaries
Extends from the ovary to the uterus to carry the egg after ovulation. This is where the fertilisation takes place Fallopian tube
A small gland that adds fluid to the sperm to produce semen Seminal vesicles
A sperm storage area that links the testes and the vas deferent together. Epididymis
Responsible for the production of sperm and testosterone. that is located in the scrotum sac Testes
surrounds the urethra under the bladder and secretes a fluid that assists with movement of the sperm Prostate gland
The male reproductive cell that fertilises a female egg sperm
Tube used to transport sperm and semen to the urethra and penis Vas deferens
Joins the uterus to the outside of the body. This is where the sperm are released during sexual intercourse vagina

Male/Female reproduction Crossword

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The male reproductive organ which is also the male urinary organ. It is soft, spongy tissue that becomes erect when filled with blood. Penis
The sac of skin or pouch on the outside of the body that contains the testicles. Scrotum
The walnut-shaped male organs (glands) located in the scrotum which produce the sperm (reproductive cells) and the male hormone, testosterone. Testicles
Two tubes that carry sperm from the testicles. Vas Deferens
The duct that allows urine to be discharged from the bladder. It also carries sperm and semen but never at the same time with urine. Urethra
A loose skin that covers the head of the penis; all males are born with foreskin. Foreskin
This is when semen is released by the penis. Ejaculation
The male reproductive cells that are produced by the testicles. Sperm
The fluid released by the penis at the time of ejaculation Semen
The female reproductive organs or glands that produce the egg cells and the hormones (estrogen and progesterone). Ovary
Either of two tubes through which an egg released from the ovary each month travels on its way to the uterus. Fallopian Tube
Also called the womb, the uterus is the upside-down pear-shaped female reproductive organ in which the baby develops until birth. It consists of layers of muscle and tissue. The lining is shed monthly as menstrual flow. Uterus
The neck-like, narrow end of the uterus which opens into the vagina. It stretches to allow a baby to be born. Cervix
Also called the birth canal, this soft, muscular, elastic passageway extends from the uterus to the outside of the body. Babies come out through it, the menstrual blood flows through it Vagina
Also called an ovum, this is the femaleʼs reproductive cell. Egg
This is the process of the ovary releasing one egg every 28 days (on the average). Ovulation
If an egg is not fertilized by a sperm, the uterus sheds its lining. Blood and cell tissue are released from the uterus and come out through the vagina. Menstruation

Anatomy Crossword

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The organ used in sexual intercourse to release sperm Penis
Responsible for the production of sperm and testosterone. Located in the scrotum sac Testes
Folds of skin that protect the opening to the vagina Labia
Joins the uterus to the outside of the body. This is where the sperm are released during sexual intercourse Vagina
The female sex cell, or egg fertilised by a sperm at conception Ovum
The male reproductive cell that fertilises a female egg Sperm
Carries urine and sperm to the outside of the body Urethra
Tube used to transport sperm and semen to the urethra and penis Vas Deferens
Small glands that add fluid to the sperm to produce semen Seminal Vesicle
Surrounds the urethra under the bladder and secretes a fluid that assists the movement of the sperm Prostate Gland
Joins the uterus and the vagina. It is the part that opens when a baby is ready to be born Cervix
A small sensitive organ located above the vagina opening Clitoris
Glands produce the female sex hormones, oestrogen and progesterone, and the ova Ovaries
Extends from the ovary to the uterus to carry the egg after ovulation. It is usually where fertilisation take place Fallopian Tube
A sperm storage area that links the testes with the vas deferens Epididymis

anotamy crossword

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an organ which produces spermatozoa testis
female reproductive organ in which ova the eggs are produced ovary
a muscular membranous sac in the abdomen which receives urine from the kidneys and stores it for excretion bladder
the retractable roll of skin covering the end of the penis foreskin
each of a pair of glands which open into the vas deferns near to its junction with the urethra and secrete many f he components of semen seminal vesicle
the inner and outer folds of the vulva at either sides of the vagina labia
a gland surrounding the neck of the bladder in male mammals and releasing a fluid component of semen prostate gland
the lower end of the uterus. cervix
the final section of the large intestine terminating at the anus rectum
a highly convoluted duct behind the testis, along which sperm passes to the vas deferens. epididymis
a thin layer of vascular contractile tissue that contains smooth muscle fibers but no fat and is situated beneath the skin of the scrotum or beneath that of the labia majora. dartos
relating to sperm or semen spermatic cord
either of a pair of tubes along which eggs travel from the ovaries to the uterus Fallopian tube
a small, sensitive, erectile part of the female genitals at the anterior end of the vulva clitoris
the rounded mass of fatty tissue lying over the joint of the pubic bones, in women typically more prominent and also called the mons Veneris mons veneris