Human Female Reproductive System Intermediate 2nd year zoology Important questions

Students are you standing inter 2nd year? Do you want know what is female reproductive system and its important question for final exams

What is the female reproductive system?

Reproductive system is nothing but giving birth to the young once.

Function of reproductive female reproductive system

Vagina: The vagina is a muscular and elastic tube that connects the uterus to the external body. It acts as a receptor of the penis during sexual intercourse and it delivers sperm to the fallopian tubes and uterus. It acts as a birth canal by dilating the fetus during baby birth.

Cervix: Is made up of the lower part of the uterus and strong muscles. The function of the uterus is to carry blood from the uterus to the vagina and to send sperm into the uterus during intercourse. The opening of the cervical canal is usually very narrow.

Myometrium: It is the middle layer of the uterine wall, which contains mostly the smooth muscle cells of the uterus, also known as uterine myocytes, but supports the stromal tissue and blood vessels. Its main function is to cause the cervix to contract.

Ovary: Ovary is an organ that is well found in the female reproductive system. When released, it travels from the fallopian tube to the uterus, where it is fertilized by sperm. On each side of the body is the ovary (from the Latin ovary meaning egg nut.

Endometrium: The endometrium is one of the stars of the female reproductive system which plays an important role during the menstrual cycle as well as during pregnancy. Also called the endometrial lining, it is made up of tissue that serves as the “wallpaper” of the uterus, or the fetus – the pear-shaped organ that gives birth to a developing baby

Fembaria: it is also known as uterine tube, are small finger-like protrusions at the end of the fallopian tubes where the egg moves from the ovary to the uterus. Fimbriae correspond to the ovaries.

Fallopian tube: The fallopian tubes, also called the fallopian tubes or salpinges singular salpinks are tubes that extend from the uterus to the ovaries and are part of the female reproductive system. The fertilized egg passes from the ovaries of the female mammal to the uterus through the fallopian tubes.

Uterine tube: The uterine tubes, also called the fallopian tubes are the female structures that carry the ovaries from the ovaries to the uterus each month. In the presence of sperm fertilization takes place. After that the fallopian tubes transport the fertilized egg to the uterus for implantation.

Important question from the reproductive system Syllabus

  1. What is a menstrual cycle? Which hormones regulate menstrual cycle?
  2. How many eggs do you think were released by the ovary of a female dog which gave birth to six puppies?
  3. Describe the accessory glands associated with male reproduction?
  4. Describe the structure of a seminiferous tubule?
  5. What is Oogenesis? Give a brief account of Oogenesis in a woman?
  6. Describe the female reproductive system of a woman with the help of labelled diagrams?
  7. Distinguish between hypoblast and epiblast?
  8. What are the four extra embryonic membranes?
  9. In our society women are often blamed for giving birth to daughters. Can you explain why this is not correct?
  10. Describe the microscopic structure of the testis of man?
  11. What are the major components of seminal fluid?
  12. What is the human reproductive system and its functions?

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