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Female Reproductive System (in Hindi)
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In this lesson I have discussed about female reproductive system. It includes: 1 pair of ovaries 2 oviducts 3 uterus 4 cervix 5 vagina 6 external genitalia (vulva) 7 mammary gland I have discussed about all these in brief I hope it will help you guys . Thank you

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  3. . The ejaculatory duct stores the sperms and transports them to the outside . The urethra starts from the urinary bladder, extends through the penis and opens via the urethral meatus. . Accessory glands include: o A pair of seminal vesicles o Prostate gland o A pair of bulbourethral glands . The secretions of these glands make up the seminal plasma, and provide nutrition and a medium of motility to the sperms

  4. FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Uterine fundus Uterine cavity Isthmus Ampulla Infundibulum Fallopian tube Endometrium Myometrium Perimetrium Ovary Fimbriae Cervix Cervical canal Vagina

  5. . It is located in the pelvic region: . It includes: o A pair of ovaries o A pair of oviducts o Uterus o Cervix o Vagina o External genitalia o Mammary glands (not part of the reproductive system, but aids in child care)

  6. Ovaries . They are the primary female sex organs. They produce the ovum and other ovarian hormones. . They are located in the lower abdomen, and are 2 to 4 cm in length . They are connected by ligaments to the pelvic walls and to the uterus. . Each ovary is covered by epithelium, and contains the ovarian stroma. . The ovarian stroma is made up of: o Peripheral cortex o Inner medulla

  7. Oviducts . They are also called fallopian tubes. . They are 10 to 12 cm long, and extend from the ovary to the uterus. . The part of each oviduct lying towards the ovary is funnel shaped, and is called has finger-like projections called fimbriae. . The infundibulum leads to the ampulla, and then to the isthmus, which has a narrow lumen opening into the uterus.

  8. Uterus o It is also called womb, and is pear shaped. . It is connected to the pelvic walls by ligaments. . The uterine wall consists of: o External perimetrium o Middle myometrium o Internal endometrium, which lines the uterine cavity . The endometrium undergoes changes during the menstrual cycle.

  9. Cervix and Vagina . The cervix connects the uterus to the vagina. . The cervix and the vagina constitute the birth canal External Genitalia . Consists of: o Mons pubis - Fatty tissue covered by skin and pubic hair o Labia majora - Extends from mons pubis and surrounds the vaginal opening o Labia minora - Fold of skin beneath the labia majora o Hymen Partially covers the vaginal opening o Clitoris - Lies at the junction of labia minora

  10. Mammary glands . Present in all female mammals . It is paired and is glandular. Each breast contains 15 to 20 mammary lobes with alveoli which secrete milk. The alveoli open into the mammary tubules, which unite to form memory duct . Many mammary duct combine to form lactiferous duct

  11. Spermatogenesis Spermatogenesis patogonium Spermatozna Secondary spermatocyte Spermatid Pnmary spermatocyte Sertoli cell Spermatogonium Primary spermatocyte Meosis I hy Meiosis I D O Spermatids Mature sperm cells

  12. Structure of a Sperm -Acrosome Head Nucleus Neck- Centrioles Midpiece Mitochondria -Tail Sperm cell