Cellule reproductrice femelle
Lieu de rapprochement des plaques océaniques
cassure dans la roche
cellule reproductrice mâle
Zone d'écartement des plaques océaniques
organe reproducteur masculin
Partie femelle de la fleur
zone d'amincissement de la croûte dans une dorsale
organe reproducteur feminin
couche géologique externe de la terre (solide)
muqueuse utérine
couche géologique interne de la terre (visqueuse)
type de volcan aux coulées de lave
mélange de roches incandescentes et de gaz
type de volcan aux nuées ardentes
lieu de naissance d'un séisme
fusion d'un spermatozoïde et d'un ovule
lieu à la surface de la Terre où l'intensité d'un séisme est la plus forte
formes de propagation d'un séisme
ensemble des méthodes permettant d'éviter une grossesse
échelle permettant de mesurer la puissance d'un séisme
transfert de chaleur dans les couches internes de la Terre
conduit transportant le magma vers le cratère
cellule reproductrice mâle de la fleur
appareil permettant de mesurer la puissance d'un séisme
libération d'un ovule dans la trompe
période dans la vie d'une femme qui marque l'arrêt des ovulations et la fin des règles
climatologue allemand du début du XXe s connu pour sa théorie de la "dérive des continents"
type de magma dans les zones de rapprochement
type de faille dans les zones d'écartement
type de faille dans les zones de rapprochement
implantation de l'embryon dans la muqueuse
organe dans l'utérus permettant les échanges entre la mère et l'enfant
nom donné à l'embryon après 6 mois de grossesse environ
période dans la vie où l'on acquiert la maturité sexuelle
quel appareil permet de mesurer la puissance d'un séisme
libération d'un ovule dans la trompe
type de reproduction ne mettant en jeu qu'un individu
fusion d'un spermatozoïde et d'un ovule
organe accolé au testicule permettant le stockage des spermatozoïdes
canal transportant l'urine chez l'Homme dans le pénis
canaux transportant les spermatozoïdes

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