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- Male Reproductive System
- Female Reproductive
- when the Egg is not Fertilised?
- Reproductive Health
What is the main difference between sperms and eggs of humans? Write the importance of this difference.
Which of the following is not a part of the female reproductive system in human beings?
(c) Vas deferens
(d) Fallopian tube
Write the functions of the following organs of reproduction:
b. Seminal vesicle and prostate glands
List any four methods of contraception used by humans. State in brief two advantages of adopting such preventive methods.
Name the parts of the human female reproductive system where
i. fertilisation takes place
ii. implantation of the fertilised egg occurs
List two example of each diseases caused due to (i) bacterial infection and (ii) viral infection. Which device or devices may be used to prevent the spread of such diseases.
Name the human male reproductive organ that produces sperms and also secretes a hormone. Write the functions of the secreted hormone.
Name the respective part of human female reproductive system:-
(i) that produces eggs,
(ii) where fusion of eggs and sperm takes place, and
(iii) where zygote gets implanted.
Write the functions of the following parts in human female reproductive system:-
What are the functions of testes in the human male reproductive system? Why are these located outside the abdominal cavity? What is responsible for bringing about changes in appearance seen in boys at the time of puberty?
Draw a sectional view of human female reproductive system and label the part where
(i) eggs develop.
(ii) fertilisation takes place.
(iii) fertilised egg gets implanted.
Describe, in brief, the changes the uterus undergoes
(i) to receive the zygote.
(ii) if zygote is not formed
How many pairs of chromosomes are present in human beings? Out of these how many are sex chromosomes ? How many types of sex chromosomes are found in human beings?
Suggest three contraceptive methods to control the size of human population, which is essential for the health and prosperity of a country. State the basic principle involved in each.