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Female reproductive system (human)

The female reproductive system (or female genital system) contains two main parts: the uterus, which hosts the developing fetus, produces vaginal and uterine secretions, and passes the male's sperm through to the fallopian tubes; and the ovaries, which produce the female's egg cells. These

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Question:Please pick the anatomic features of the female reproductive system in any species of animal and discuss how it has been adapted to fit environmental pressures. A hand to get this started or some links would be nice... I can add to it to fit what I need...

Answers:Female lions are polyestrous, breeding throughout the year and peaking in the rainy season. Female lions tend to have cubs every 2 years. However, if a female's cubs are killed (usually by an intruding male lion), then the female comes into estrus early and has more cubs. Females are able to breed at 4 years of age and males at 5 years.

Question:pls could you help me answer this question about female reproduction system and pregnancy 1) what is the function of the blood in the lining of the uterus? 2)what is the function of sperm in pregnancy? 3)what is an ectopic pregnancy? 4)at what point in the menstrual cycle is pregnancy most likely to occure? 5)what are trimesters?

Answers:1)the linign of the uterus repairs itself and once again prepares for a fertilized egg. 2)to fertilize. 3)it is a good pregnacy 4)every other month 5)pregnacy stages

Question:What are the organs in a female reproductive system?? Plz help

Answers:ovary cervix vagina uterus fallopian tube there's more organs but I don't have more to put

Question:prepares an ovum and ovulation: prepares itself to nourish and protect a feretilized egg: passageway through which the egg travels on its trip to the uterus: site of fertilization: what are the 2 functions of the female reproductive system? 1. 2.

Answers:To balance hormones levels and to reproduce I guess.