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Reproductive system Reproductive Process Puberty in boys Puberty in girls Hygiene
100
What are genitals?
The outside parts of the male’s or female’s reproductive system.
100
What is an ejaculation?
When semen is expelled from the penis.
100
What is a growth spurt?
The rapid, uneven growth of the body during puberty.
100
What is ovulation?
The Ovary expells an egg which then travels through the fallopian tube.
100
What is soap?
A substance that can surround oil, making it easier to rinse it away with water.
200
What is erection?
The penis or clitoris filling with blood and getting harder and larger.
200
What is
implantation?
The nesting of the fertilized egg to the uterine lining.
200
What is a nocturnal emission?
Sperm coming out of the penis during sleep.
200
What is an Ovum?
The female sex cell that can start a pregnancy.
200
What is deodorant?
A substance applied to the body to prevent or mask body odor due to bacterial breakdown of perspiration in the armpits, groin, and feet.
300
What is the scrotum?
The external parts of the male reproductive system.
300
What is menstruation?
The lining of the Uterus and the unfertilized egg is expelled through the vagina.
300
What is sperm?
The male sex cell that can start a pregnancy.
300
What is estrogen?
The female sex hormone that is responsible for the development and regulation of the female reproductive system and sex characteristics.
300
What is feminine Hygiene?
Personal care products used by girls and women during menstruation, vaginal discharge, and other bodily functions related to the vulva and vagina.
400
What are the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and the Cowper’s glands?
The glands that produce the liquids that make up semen.
400
What is
fertilization?
The fusion of male and female gametes (sex cells) to form a zygote.
400
What is testosterone?
The hormone that stimulates the development of male sexual characteristics, produced mainly in the testes.
400
What is the beginning of puberty?
It occurs between the ages of 8-14 in girls. A little earlier than in boys.
400
What is sweat?
The release of
liquid from the glands in the skin. It helps your body stay cool and is commonly found under the arms, on the feet, and on the palms of the hands.
500
What are parts of the sexual organs?
The Penis, vagina, testicles, cervix, uterus, vas deferens, urethra, fallopian tubes.
500
What is the pituitary gland?
The gland in the brain that triggers the beginning of puberty.
500
What is puberty in boys?
The age when growth spurts, shoulders broaden, acne begins pubic and underarm hair develops, genitals enlarge, erections happen more frequently, sperm production and ejaculation begin, nocturnal emissions begin and emotional changes occur.
500
What is puberty in girls?
The age when growth spurts, hips widen, breasts develop, acne begins, pubic and underarm hair develops, genitals enlarge, ovulation and menstruation begin and emotional changes occur.
500
What is the endocrine system?
Glands that regulate the body's growth and sexual development and function.






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