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Animal Science 6.1 Vocabulary A

The organ in female animals that produces the egg or ovum.
The production of offspring by organized bodies; fusion of a female and male sex cell.
A chemical substance formed in some organ of the body, secreted directly into the blood, and carried to another organ or tissue to produce a specific effect.
The enlarged, funnel-shaped structure on the end of the fallopian tubes that functions in collecting the ova during ovulation.
The body system that consists of the endocrine glands and functions to regulate body activities.
The organs of the body, either male or female, concerned with producing offspring.
The womb; the organ in female mammals where the young develops before birth.
The external genital for female mammals, the opening to the vagina.
Part of the reproductive tract of female mammals that forms a seal or doorway between the uterus and vagina.
One of the two tubes or ducts connected to the uterus of mammals and leading to the ovary; functions in transporting the ovum from the ovary to the uterus.
The tube that leads from the ovary to the uterus or other organs where fertilization or further development of the egg cells occur; also known as the fallopian tubes.
The canal in female mammals extending from the uterus to the vulva.
The act of giving birth.
Also known as the secondary sex characteristics; The peculiarity of appearance that distinguishes one sex from another, sch as the thick neck and bold head of a bull, compared to the more finely turned neck and head of a cow.
Hormone(s) produced by the developing ovarian follicle; stimulates female sex drive and controls development of feminine characteristics.
The egg or female sex cell, produced on the ovary, carrying a sample of half the genes carried in the female in which it was produced.
The period of heat for female animals, where they will accept coitus with the male.
In most mammals, the canal or tube that carries the urine away from the bladder and serves as a duct for the passage of the male's semen.