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Process of egg or ova formation which occurs in the ovariesOogenesis
The organ which encircles the urethra just inferior to the bladderProstate Gland
Extension of visceral peritoneum Surrounds transverse colon Hangs down like an apron covering intestinesGreater Omentum
Sperm manufactured by the testicles enclosed in a structure called theScrotum
The Main essential organ of the male reproductive system which is responsible for the production of spermTestes
Paired oval shaped glands contained within the scrotumTestes
Sperm which were produced by the testes will eventually move out of the seminiferous tubules into the first section of the spermatic duct is calledEpididymis
Small glands that add alkaline secretion to the seminal fluid which helps to buffer the acidity to the male uretha and the female reproductive tractBulbourethral
Male reproductive organ designed to deliver sperm into the female reproductive tractPenis
Structures which serve as a passageways for an ovum to reach the uterusFallopian Tubes (also known as Uterine Tubes/Oviducts)
What are the three layers of the Uterine LiningsEndometrium - Myometrium - Perimetrium
Layer of the Uterine Lining that is the inner lining and Nurtures the ZygoteEndometrium
Uterine Lining that is the middle muscular layer consisting of thick smooth muscle issueMyometrium
Uterine Lining that the serous outer lining around the uterus, which actually visceral peritoneumPerimetrium
A sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place of tendon in sheetlike muscles having a wide area of attachmentAponeurosis
Technical term for foreskinPrepuce
Mass of highly sensitive erectial tissue located at the anterior section of the labia manoraClitoris
Thick mucas membrane that is partially covering the entrance to the vaginaHymen
Opening or Entrance way to the vagina and between the two labia minoraVestibule
Opening to the Uretha which is anterior to the vaginal orificeUrethral Orifice
Two folds of skin inferior and posterior the the mons pubis (lips/major)Labia Majora
Two folds of skin covering the entrance to the vaginaLabia Minora
With what is the Galea Aponeurotica associatedtough layer of tissue that covers upper part of cranium
What is a TendonAttaches muscle to bone
What is a Ligamentattaches bone to bone and holds structures together
Which part of alimentary canal is located between the pharynx and the stomachEsophagus
What organ is attached to the livergallbladder
What is the function of the gallbladderit is a bile sack
At what junction does the ileum join with the large intestinelower right abdominal area
Define ZygoteFirst part of sperm and egg, before it is a baby
What is typical release frequency of the release of the ovum from an ovary28 days
What is gross anatomyBranch of anatomy that deals with structure and visible from naked eye
what is microscopic anatomystudy of microscopic structures of tissues and organs
What is regional anatomyStudy of anatomy based on regions or divisions
What is systematic anatomydivisions of anatomy concerned with structure and function of various systems
Define epididymispart of your nut sack that stores sperm
What does epididymis do is the ejaculating processstores sperm wile it matures
What is the urethra and what is its functiontrack from bladder to outer part of body and transports wastes
Sperm manufactured by the testicles enclosed in a structure called theScrotum
The Main essential organ of the male reproductive system which is responsible for the production of spermTestes
Paired oval shaped glands contained within the scrotumTestes
Sperm which were produced by the testes will eventually move out of the seminiferous tubules into the first section of the spermatic duct is calledEpididymis
Small glands that add alkaline secretion to the seminal fluid which helps to buffer the acidity to the male uretha and the female reproductive tractBulbourethral
Male reproductive organ designed to deliver sperm into the female reproductive tractPenis
Structures which serve as a passageways for an ovum to reach the uterusFallopian Tubes (also known as Uterine Tubes/Oviducts)
Where is cancellous (spongy) bone foundThe interior part of most bones
What type of tissue lines the hallow body organsEpithelial Tissue
Explain the level of organization of the human body from its simplest form to the most complexChemical/ cellular level → Tissue → Organs → Organ System → Organism
Identify the birth canalVagina/Pussy/Twat/Snatch/dick hole
On which bone is the sella turcica located?Located on the sphenoid bone
What is a membrane? Anything, sheet-like expanse of tissue, and many of these are epithelial in nature
Example of a mucous membraneLines body cavities which open out on the surface of the body, and secrete mucous, which is a thick, slippery substance that helps keep the body parts moist and soft
In which bones are the auditory ossicles found?Middle ear, which is a small cavity within the temporal bone
What organ is located in a retroperitoneal position?Kidneys
List the bone(s) related to the sense of hearingTemporal bones, squama, zygomatic process, mastoid process, external auditory meatus, mandibular fossa, carotid canal.
AnatomyStudy of the body with an unaided eye
Physiologystudy of the functions of the body and its parts
Histologythe study of the body with the aid of a microscope
Osteologystudy of structure and function of bones
Myologystudy of structure and function of muscular system
Cytologythe study of the cellular system
AnteriorFront, or toward the front
PosteriorBack, or toward the back
DorsalBack, or toward the back (think of a whale’s dorsal fin)
VentralFront, or toward the front (think of an air vent)
LateralOn the side, or toward the side
Medial/medianMiddle, or toward the middle
ProximalNearer to the point of attachment (such as the armpit)
DistalFarther from the point of attachment
SuperiorSituated above, or higher than, another body part
InferiorSituated below, or lower than, another body part
PeripheralAway from the center
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