Reproductive system in Human

Reproductive system in Human

Reproduction

                                                                        Breeding of new offspring by an organism is called Reproduction. And breeding is necessary for an organism to breed in order to maintain its integrity and its caste.

There are two types of reproduction
1. Sexual reproduction
2. Asexual reproduction

1. Sexual reproduction

                                                                        Both males and females participate in sexual reproduction In sexual reproduction, fertilization is done by the reproductive organs of male and female and they form gametes.

2. Asexual reproduction

                                                                                   Asexual reproduction generates only one parent (either male or female) and the parent produces new offspring from its body or its body.

Male reproductive system

The male reproductive system is located in the pelvic region of the body. Humans have genitals for reproduction, which differ between females and males. The reproductive organs of a man can be divided into two parts. The first external parts like penis and scrotum and inner part are epididymis, takes Galicia, seminal vesical ejaculatory canal, gonad, and urinary tube, etc.

The reproductive organs of a male have three main functions.

  1.  Producing sperm by the testicles.
  2.   Inserting sperm into the vagina by the penis.
  3. Creating male stimulated fluid in the body.

 The reproductive organs of the male are divided into two major parts.
1.Primary sexual reproduction organ
   (i)Testis
2.Secondary sexual reproduction organ
(i)Birth canal
 (ii)Reproductive glands

Female Reproductive System


Humans have genitals for reproduction, which differ between women and men. The first hair in a woman’s genitals is called pubic hair. These hairs surround the female genitals. An organ at the top which is inverted V-shaped is called the clitoris. This part is very sensitive. There is a small hole under the clitoris which is a urinal.

There is a large hole under the ureter, called the genital pore. By this, women have menstruation (menstruation) every month. Its walls are flexible which extends at birth. At a short distance below this is a hole known as anus or excreta.

 

The reproductive organs of the Femail are divided into two major parts.
1.Primary sexual reproduction organ
   (i)Ovary
2.Secondary sexual reproduction organ
(i)Support organ
 (ii)Support Glands

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