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Reproduction-01 Introduction to Reproduction (in Hindi)

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Dr Arpit Bankhede

Reproduction (or procreation or breeding) is the biological process by which new individual organisms – "offspring" – are produced from their "parents". Reproduction is a fundamental feature of all known life; each individual organism exists as the result of reproduction.

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Reproduction-01 Introduction to Reproduction (in Hindi)

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Reproduction-02 Female Reproductive Parts (in Hindi)

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Reproduction-03 Uterus Vagina Cervix (in Hindi)

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Reproduction 04 Menstrual Cycle , Time Line (in Hindi)

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Reproduction-05 Male Reproductive Parts Introduction (in Hindi)

9:22mins

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Testosterone hormone and puberty

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Urethra versus Vas defence

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Urethra versus Vas defence

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Erection of penis

8:36mins

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Oogenesis Basic Terms and concepts

9:16mins

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Over development and oogenesis in detail

7:48mins

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Spermatogenesis क्या होता है? आसान भाषा

8:15mins

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Mensuration cycle basic concepts

8:21mins

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Hormonal regulation in mensuration cycle

4:59mins

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Menstrual Cycle trick Ultimate

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Corpus Leutem क्या होता है ?

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Fetal Development Overview Bohot assan he

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Extraembryonic Memberanes and Fetal Circulation

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Embryo development Vs. Fetal Development

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Fetal Development

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After Birth What things Changes?

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