Bio - Reproductive Organs

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Bio - Reproductive Organs

Is this true? The oocyte is moved through the fallopian tubes by peristaltic contractions of the muscular layer >>> I feel as though this may be correct but I'm not too sure AND The outer layer of the fallopian tube is formed by the ampulla >>> I feel like ...

Paye

Discuss the reproductive organs of plants

Bio

1) Create a flowchart that describes the reproductive cycle of a typical fungus, such as bread mould. 2) Create a concept map comparing the reproductive structures and processes of moulds, sac fungi, and club fungi how do i do this??

science

where in a angiosperm would you find the reproductive organs?

psyc101

Hormones that regulate the development and functioning of reproductive organs are called?

health

What is the ultimate duty of the reproductive system? A. Menstruation B. Development of sex organs C. Reproduction D. Cell regeneration c?

bio

How do organs get the nutrients from blood?

science

part of the plant where the plant`s reproductive organs can be found? (6 letters) is it flower or ovule? thanks

psychology

Hormones that regulate the development and functioning of reproductive organs are called ________ hormones.

PHYSC101

Hormones that regulate the development and functioning of reproductive organs are called ________ hormones.

Health

We r learning about the reproductive organs and they seem to be confusing me on how they they function together to make an embryo.Can someone explain how they function?

bio

how does acute pancreatitis affect organs of the digestive system? does anyone know its answer?

Health Ms. Sue please

1. What occurs in a woman's body during a menstrual cycle? (1 point) The egg matures in the ovary. The uterine lining builds up. The egg releases from the ovary. all of the above 2. The _______ produces the hormone that develops the reproductive system, which is responsible ...

science

crossword puzzle about photosynthesis. this part of the plant is where the reproductive organs can be found (6 letters) flower? these parts of the flower were once the bud(6 letters) petals or sepals? which is right:) thankyou

science

Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs C. To provide a pathway for nerve messages D. To determine masculine or feminine reproductive traits

health

18. Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To provide a pathway for nerve messages C. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs D. To determine masculine or feminine reproductive ...

bio

If a cell is like a school then the nucleus would be...? rank the following terms from simplest to most complex: cells, organelles, organs, tissue, organism

Health

Characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of reproductive organs are called........ A. primary sex Characteristics B. secondary sex characteristics*** C. physical Characteristics D. body Characteristics Please tell me how I am wrong or right?

reproductive system

re arrange pamouseen to make a word from the reproductive sytem

english

Where can I find some negative benefits of Reproductive Cloning at? I found the positives for Reproductive and Therapeutic already.

bio

Alternation of generations is defined as the switching back and forth between the production of: a. cells by mitosis and meiosis b. asexual and sexual reproductive cells c. gametophytes and saprophytes d. diploid and haploid cells MY ANSWER "A"

Body systems/ terminology

Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To provide a pathway for nerve messages C. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs D. To determine masculine or feminine reproductive ...

BIOLOGY 20

The kidneys are not the only organs which play a role in excretion. Describe the excretory function of two other body organs.

PE

Which of the following is the correct order from most complex to simplest for the levels of organization in the human body? A. cells, organs, organ systems, tissues B. organ systems, organs, tissues, cells C. organ systems, tissues, organs, cells D. cells, tissues, organs, ...

Health

Characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of reproductive organs are called........ A. primary sex Characteristics B. secondary sex characteristics C. physical Characteristics D. body Characteristics The many physical changes that occur during ...

Science :))

Earth's inner core is responsible for Earth's ... Magnetic field *** Ocean currents Volcanic activity Tectonic plate movement _____ make up ______ which make up ______. Organs, tissues, cells Cells, organs, tissues Tissues, cells, organs Cells, tissues, organs **** While on a ...

Science

Organs like the liver, lungs, and intestines, each perform a specific job. COMPARE AND CONTRAST: How are the organs in a model of a human body the same and how are they different? Thx!!

PE

1. the period development of which a child develops into an adult is called? a. childhood process b. adolescences c. teen years d. blooming ( i think this is the answer) 2.characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of reproductive organs are called...

science

1. List 5 organs [heart,lungs,brain,kidneys, liver] you learned about and tell about what they do. 2.What 2 organs help filter the blood? 3.How do bones and muscles work together when you raise your arm? 4.Trace a drop of blood as it leaves the heart and circles back again. 5....

Probability

4.3. In a certain college town, 27.5 percent of the students failed Mathematics (Math), 19.8 percent failed Biology (Bio), and 11 percent failed both Math and Bio. A student is selected at random. Let A represent the event of failing Math, so that A' is the probability of ...

biology

To ensure that the mother will have mature egg cells available for in vitro fertiliazation, she must be treated with chemicals that regulate her reproductive cycle. identify these chemicals tha tregulate the female reproductive cycle. Please help me

6th grade science

which of the following lists all the levels of organization in a multicellular organism from the lowest level to the highest level? A)tissues and organ systems B)organ systems,tissues,organs,and cells C)tissues,cells,and organs D)cells,tissues,organs,and organ systems My ...

biology

JANUARY 2009. This graph represents hormons and events in the 1.process of fetal growth and development. 2.process of meiotic cell divission during sperm dev elopment. 3.reproductive cycle of males. 4.reproductive cycle of females. i have to choose one of them what is the ...

Biology/Physiology

What organs of the human body are involved in the urinary system and what is the specific purpose of those organs? How does the urinary system interact with other systems within the body?

Health

I have to find out how the excretory system is related to the other following body systems (in parentheses I wrote how i think they are related, but if anyone has a better answer can you please help): Nervous (the adrenel gland sends stress responses?) Circularory (the renal ...

Biology

Angiosperms (flowering plants) are the largest Phylum in the Plant Kingdom (Angiospermophyta is also called Anthophyta or Magnoliophyta). These plants have true roots, stems, leaves and flowers. The roots grow into the soil to anchor the plant in place and take up water and ...

Science helppp

Through the miracles of medicine and technology, researchers have had some success with growing and transplanting hollow, relatively simple organs such as tracheas and bladders. Building organs like the heart and lungs have proved to be much more difficult. . Doctors have had ...

Psychology need to know if i have correct answer

What is the best explanation of the universal perspective in culture? a. Survival is related to the degree that people can adapt to their environments and to the contexts in which they live b. Evolutionary theorists believe people have evolved a set of motives and strivings ...

Philosophy/Social Ethics

Any guidance as to where find answers to the following questions or any related ones would be super. Would a market for procuring organs lead to commodification of the human body? What do we do when there are not enough organs to meet demand? Do people who accept organ ...

AP Bio

Please take a look at my AP bio question from last night. I still need help! Thanks

Bio

Scientific name for cow liver (used for a bio lab)

application

i'm writing a officer aplication and need to write a bio, how long should the bio be?

Biology

What's the difference between Bio accumulation and Bio amplification?

bio

last question about bio Explain the statement below: “ Biological evolution began when cells formed”

science

The human stomach is an organ that helps us digest food. The stomach is one of many organs involved in the process of digestion. Others include the esophagus, small intestine, pancreas, and gall bladder. What name is given to a set of organs that work together to perform a ...

Science

The human stomach is an organ that helps us digest food. The stomach is one of many organs involved in the process of digestion. Others include the esophagus, small intestine, pancreas, and gall bladder. What name is given to a set of organs that work together to perform a ...

biology

I have to write an essay on about why organ donation should be mandatory in Canada. I need help thinking of arguments. Some that I have thought of are: 1. there is a shortage of organs for transplants 2. it improves the life of the recipient 3. After death organs can be of use...

Biology

In hopes that this will actually get answered-- Match the terms with the appropriate descriptions. Digestive Excretory Skeletal Circulatory Nervous Respiratory Reproductive _______________________ A. coordinate body activities B. Removal of waste products-excretory? C. Body ...

biology

A plant whose reproductive parts produce nectar is also most likely to a produce sweet-tasting fruit. b have no parts that can perform photosynthesis. c have brightly colored reproductive parts. d rely on wind pollination. e suffer significant seed loss to sugar-seeking ...

Biology

Match the terms with the appropriate descriptions. Digestive Excretory Skeletal Circulatory Nervous Respiratory Reproductive _______________________ A. coordinate body activities-nervous B. Removal of waste products-excretory C. Body support and movement-skeletal D. Transport ...

science

18. Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To provide a pathway for nerve messages C. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs D. To determine masculine or feminine reproductive ...

health

1. The male reproductive cells are called (1 point) ova. testes. sperm. ovaries. 2. The female reproductive cells are called (1 point) ova. testes. sperm. ovaries. 3. The process by which a sperm cell and egg join is called (1 point) menstruation. ejaculation. ovulation. ...

Biology

Angiosperms (flowering plants) are the largest phylum in the plant kingdom (Angiospermophyta is also called Anthophyta or Magnoliophyta). These plants have true roots, stems, leaves, and flowers. The roots grow into the soil to anchor the plant in place and take up water and ...

Science 9 PLEESE HELP

i need help on these questions so pleese help me! 1. a.) name the structures of the male reproductive system that sperm do not travel through. b.) what is the name given to these structures? 2. Name the other body system that the penis is part of 3. why do males have 2 testes...

Biology

One family of mammals includes true horses (Equus), zebras (Hippotrigris and Dolichohippus), and donkeys and asses (Asinus). Zebroids are hybrid offspring of wild zebras and domesticated horses that were confined to the same pasture. The unnatural confinement breached the ...

Biology

Locate a diagram of an organism with the main organs and structures labeled. Locate a diagram of an organism with the main organs and structures labeled. Briefly explain how the organism in the diagram has evolved physiologically to become suited to its enviroment

ap chem

Bismuth can be electrolytically reduced according to the following reaction: BiO(+)+ 2H(+)+ 3e¯ >>> Bi + H2O How many grams of bismuth can be reduced by applying a 5.60 A current for 23.8 min. to a solution containing BiO+ ions (assuming 100% efficiency)?

Biology

Characteristics that biologists use to classify organisms are a. convergent evolution, cladogram, reproductive isolation. b. reproductive isolation, evolutionary history, shared derived characteristics. c. binomial nomenclature, shared derived characteristics, evolutionary ...

Bio

I have a 67% in bio and our final exam is worth 30%. how much would I have to get on the exam to pass the course?

Biology

24. Characteristics that biologists use to classify organisms are a. convergent evolution, cladogram, reproductive isolation b. reproductive isolation,evolutionary history, shared derived characteristics c. binomial nomenclature, shared derived characteristics, evolutionary ...

Science 7R - Worksheet

Title of the worksheet - What is the structure and function of our skeletal system? B. Identify three bones that protect internal organs ******** There is this chart on the left it says "bone" and on the right it says "Internal Organ Protected" (there are 3 boxes so i just ...

SCIENCE 9 URGENT!!

i wrote these questions before but no one helped me so im writing them again 1. a.) name the structures of the male reproductive system that sperm do not travel through. b.) what is the name given to these structures? 2. Name the other body system that the p e n i s is part of...

Last science questions I promise please help me

Which of the following organelles coverts light energy into food? lysosome chloroplast*** nucleus ribosome Which of the following shows the correct order of cell organization starting from the least complex Tissue, Organ System, Cell, Organ Organ System, Organ, Tissue, Cell ...

Phychology of Human Sexuality

Write a 700 to 1,050-word paper Format your paper according to APA guidelines. -The following points should be covered in your paper: -Trace the movements of the sperm and the egg from their development to fertilization. -Describe the function of each of the male and female ...

psychology

Which of the following statements regarding sex hormones is true? A female sex hormones aren't involved in the primary development of the sex organs B female sex hormones are necessary for the primary development of the sex organs C without sex hormones, the deferred sexual ...

psycology

Which of the following statements regarding sex hormones is true? A.Female sex hormones aren't involved in the primary development of the sex organs. B.Female sex hormones are necessary for the primary development of the sex organs. C.Without sex hormones,the deferred sexual ...

physics

why the electric and magnetic fields are perpendicular to each other? why we need ampere circuital law when we already have bio sevarts law? why we use sin(theta) in the bio sevarts law why not the other ratios?

Biology

summarize the reproductive cycle of pines

biology

Discuss the function of hormone in the reproductive process?

jones

spores are produced in reproductive structure called .

science

what is a reproductive cell? http://www.google.com/search?as_q=reproductive+cell&hl=en&num=10&btnG=Google+Search&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&lr=&as_ft=i&as_filetype=&as_qdr=all&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&as_occt=title&as_dt=i&as_sitesearch=&as_rights=&safe=active

Living Environment

Generally speaking,What is the female reproductive cycle??

science

which kind of reproductive structure is not within the fungi? is it anthers

science

plants that have reproductive structures called cones are

science

what organs can the body do without

Health

Tell me about everything on male and female reproductive system you know.

science

UNSCRAMBLE RDOCRROUTINEDEVELOPMENT to make 2 words having to do with the reproductive system

science

How many sex chromosomes are found in the reproductive cells of human being?

bio!

how does the process of crossing over results in genetic variability in an organism due to meiotic cell division? crossing over is when the homologous chromosomes pair up on the metaphase plate during meiosis 1, the homologous chromosomes swap short bits of dna. This is one of...

Science

What are the main organs of the respiratory system?

immunology

What are the organs of the immune system and the fuctions

biology

what is included in the special sense organs

biology

purpose of the special sense organs

science

How do organs relate to cells and tissues?

Biology

How do the reproductive and hormonal systems of the human body interact and support each other?

Science

The five steps it takes for Plasmodium vivax to complete its reproductive cycle.

biology

How do secretions by exocrine glands help the delivery of sperm to the female reproductive system?

Biology

explain the process of adaptive radiation, and how are reproductive barriers important to speciation

Biology

what are the changes that occur in the male and female reproductive systems during puberty?

Soc. studies

what chemical was used to embalm the organs?

social studies

what is the chemical that was used to embalm the organs?

science

what organs in the human body are lipids found

Social Studies

What chemical is used to embalm organs

biology

why regeneration of body organs in humans are not developped?

health

what is the general purpose special sense organs?

science

What is the time of life when sex organs mature.

health

what are 9 parts of the female and male reproductive system that are either exactly the same of similar

biology

1.Describe the pathway of an unfertilized egg as it travels through the female reproductive system

health

After ejaculation, the sperm can live for about ____ in the female reproductive tract

health

i need to find a way to creatviley describe the path of the female reproductive system

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