Tag Archives: Reproductive System

Human Reproductive System

Human reproductive system becomes functional at a definite age called puberty. Normally, males attain puberty at the age of 13 to 14 years, while females attain puberty at the age of 10 to 12 years. Testis is the primary sexual organ of male whereas ovary is primary sexual organ of female. The male gonad produces sperm and female… Read More »

About Male Reproductive System

The human male reproductive system is composed of a pair of testes, genital ducts, several accessory glands and penis, Testis is the primary male reproductive organ. it lies in small sac-like muscular structure outside the abdominal cavity called scrotum. Image Source: Wikimedia Testes In male adults, each testis is a small, pinkish and oval. But composite structure about… Read More »

About Female Reproductive System

Female reproductive system consists of the two ovaries, two oviducts (fallopian tubes), the uterus, cervix, a vagina, accessory genital glands, mammary glands, etc. In females, paired ovaries are located in the abdominal cavity near the kidney. The ovaries perform dual function of (i) production of female gamete (ovum) and (ii) secretion of female hormones (estrogen and progesterone). Each… Read More »