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21.1 Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system is designed for continuous sperm production and delivery within a fluid medium.
1. What three glands add secretions to the seminal fluid during ejaculation?

2. Where does spermatogenesis occur in the male reproductive tract?
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21.2 Female Reproductive System
The female reproductive system is designed for the monthly production of an egg and preparation of the uterus to house the developing fetus.
3. How does the endometrium of the uterus help in the survival of the implanted embryo?

4. What occurs during ovulation?
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21.3 Female Hormone Levels
Hormones control the monthly reproductive cycle in females and play a significant role in maintaining pregnancy, should it occur.
5. What is the role of the corpus luteum during the menstrual cycle?

6. What brings about menopause?
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21.4 Control of Reproduction
Birth control measures vary in effectiveness from those that are very effective to those that are minimally effective.

There are assisted reproductive technologies today, including in vitro fertilization followed by transfer of an embryo to the uterus.
7. What means of birth control are nearly 100% effective at preventing pregnancy?

8. What is the procedure known as GIFT?
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21.5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
There are several serious and prevalent sexually transmitted diseases.
9. Do any of the sexually transmitted diseases have long-term ill effects?

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