Renaissance dental urethra the seminal vesicle produces the bulk of renaissance dental seminal fluid including energy sources first we have the anus and the rectum which were part of our discussion in the digestive system because all .
These are in similar areas each testes is a mass of more than tightly looped in photos vessels known as seminiferous tubules inside each tocqueville sperm begin as blob-like cells.
Kiled spermatogonia lining the inner wall these paths through a larger stage as primary spermatocyte then becomes smaller as secondary spermatocytes and begin to develop tails as spermatids that’s all this happens they move steadily towards.
The middle of the to peel the sperm at is finally developing two ripe sperm with long tails thousands of sperm are produced every second each taking about two months to mature now looking into the female reproductive system it’s
When we get to these portions of the male and female bodies that there is the biggest amount of difference when we look at kidneys and these sort of areas there’s a lot of similarity not as much difference so we start up here with the fallopian.
Tube also called the oviduct directive scary’s ripe eggs from the year from the ovary to the uterus here on the edge of the fallopian tube are
The embryo finger-like flaps that embrace the ovary produces a ripe egg with each menstrual cycle the uterus also called a womb protects and nourishes the developing baby before birth the pubic symphysis cartilage forming the junction of the
Two pubic bones got our bladder [Music] and the urethra there is the clitoris the pelvic floor muscles the cervix which is narrow but rooting color like Nick of the uterus there’s the vagina a receptacle purse fern the sperm exit for menstrual blood and passageway for the baby at birth and then our rectum and anus conception – embryo so let’s see one where’s the fertilization this is where we see the two systems coming together