Compose 300 words or more discussion to respond the following:

Identify the male essential and accessory organs of reproduction.

Describe the location, shape, and subdivisions of the perineum.

Describe the location, the size and the shape of the testes.

List two primary functions of the testes, and identify the cell type or structure involved in each function.

List the general functions of testosterone.

List, in sequence, the reproductive ducts sperm pass through from formation to ejaculation.

What is the structural relationship between the prostate gland and urethra?

What factors influence male fertility?

What are the essential organs of the female reproductive system?

List the major accessory organs of the female reproductive system.

Describe the location of the ovaries?

List the two major functions of the ovaries.

Name the principal layers of the uterine wall.

Describe the anatomical position of the uterus. How is it held in place?

List the chief functions of the uterus.

What are the functions of the uterine (fallopian) tubes?

List three functions of the vagina.

What is the difference between menstrual (endometrial) cycle and ovarian cycle?

What is menopause? What causes menopause to occur?

Write a 300-word or longer response to the following:

Recognize the male reproductive organs that are both required and optional.

Describe the perineum’s location, shape, and subdivisions.

Describe the testes in terms of their location, size, and shape.

Identify the cell type or structure that is involved in each of the testes’ two principal roles.

Make a list of testosterone’s general functions.

List the reproductive ducts that sperm pass through from creation to ejaculation in order.

What is the link between the prostate gland and the urethra in terms of structure?

What factors have an impact on male fertility?

What are the most important organs in a woman’s reproductive system?

List the important female reproductive system auxiliary organs.

What is the exact location of the ovaries?

Make a list of the two most important roles of the