Sexual Reproduction

Sexual Reproduction
Contraceptive Methods
- male
- permanent
- vasectomy
- tie and cut the sperm duct
- temporary
- condom
- fine rubber worn over the penis
- act as a barrier between eggs
and sperms
- may be coated with
spermicide to kill the sperms
- female
- permanent
- ligation
- to cut and tie the Fallopian tube
- temporary
- diaphragm
- a rubber cap inserted into the vagina and
placed over the cervix before sexual
- acts as a barrier between
eggs and sperms
- may be used with spermicide
- contraceptive pills
- contains synthetic female
sex hormones
- suppresses the development
and release of eggs
- intra-uterine device(IUD)
- inserted into the uterus by doctors
- prevent implantation of the
fertilised egg in the uterus
- the fusion of an ovum and a sperm
- AIDS(acquired
immunodeficiency syndrome)
- syphilis
- gonorrhea
Reproductive System
- female
- ovary
- produces sex
hormones and ova
- Fallopian tube
- tubes that carries the ovum
to the uterus
- cilia is present to 'sweep' the
ovum to the uterus
- vagina
- site where sperms are
deposited during sexual
- cervix
- neck of uterus which widens
during childbirth
- uterus
- structure where fertilised
ovum will be implanted in
- where the embryo develops
during pregnancy
- male
- scrotum
- sac that holds the testis
outside the body
- sex glands
- forms semen
- releases fluids that nourishes
and protect the sperm
- epididymis
- stores the sperms that are produced
- urethra
- tube that carries sperm and
urine out of the body
- testis
- produces sperms
- sperm duct
- tube that carries sperm from
the epididymis to the urethra
- penis
- male sex organ
- deposits sperm in the vagina
during sexual intercourse
Menstrual Cycle
- mensuration(days 1-5)
- uterine lining,unfertilised egg and blood is
shed with the help of muscular contractions
of the uterus
- contractions causes cramps
- thickening of uterine lining
- to prepare for
implantation,lining thickens and
become spongy
- becomes full of capillaries
- ovulation(days 14-16)
- considered most fertile period
- process whereby a mature
ovum is released from an