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Reproductive System

Reproductive System
Reproductive system is a system of organs working together for the purpose of reproduction. The major organs of the reproductive system include the external genitalia and a number of internal organs including the gamete producing testicles and ovaries.
  • Human Clitoris

    Clitoris is present only in females which extends from its visible portion to a point below the pubic bone. The clitoris is a sexual organ in the body of a female and the visible knob-like portion...
    19/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Human Hymen: The Test for Virginity

    Hymen is present only in females.The hymen is an area of tissue that represents the opening to the vagina. The vaginal opening in a young woman is surrounded by a thin membrane called the hymen....
    17/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Human Nipples: Where Humanity is Nourished

    Nipples in a human are present both in males and females. However nipples in a male practically serve no purpose except that they too have an areola around the nipple, which unlike in women doesn't...
    16/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Fallopian Tubes: The Channel for Transferring Ovum

    The fallopian tubes, two in number situated one on each side of the uterus are also called Oviducts. They are very fine tubes leading from the ovaries of a female into the uterus, and present only...
    12/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Know your Body: Human Penis

    The penis and scrotum are the external sexual organs of men.The human penis differs vastly from those of animal race with vast variations amongst those in their own race. Function: The penis has a...
    10/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Reproductive Organ Vagina

    Reproductive Organ: Vagina

    Human Vagina is a canal that begins from the vaginal orifice in the vulva below the urethral orifice and proceeds upwards to encircle the lower end of the cervix of the uterus. The vagina serves as...
    09/12/2014 by Dr.
  • Know Your Prostate

    Only males have a prostate gland. It is responsible to produce secretions which form a part of the semen the thick, sticky and tenacious fluid which also contains the life forming sperms. Without a...
    23/06/2014 by Dr.
  • What Does Vas Deferens Do?

    Vas deferens, present only in males is a part of the human male anatomy.  The vas deferens connects the epididymis (coiled tube) to the ejaculatory duct. Its name in Latin literally means "Carrying-...
    13/06/2014 by Dr.
  • Seminal Vesicles - Its Role and Functions

    Only men have seminal vesicles. They are two sacs lying next to the ampule (the enlarged versions of the spermatic cords) just behind the urinary bladder and very near to the top of the prostate...
    11/06/2014 by Dr.
  • Ovaries: The Organs of Procreation

    Ovaries are part of the female reproductive organs which are located in the pelvic cavity. They are two in number one on either side of the uterus in the lower abdomen in a fold of the broad...
    21/04/2014 by Dr.

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