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HAPPY MONDAY
Bellwork:
1. Get a laptop (1 for each table).
2. Bellwork Journals: Quickwrite (23 words) -
Explain how hormones help with
reproduction.
E1
computer
What should your binder look like?
Numbered Pages
Page 29 – Body Systems Vocabulary
Page 30 – Homeostasis Lab
Page 31 – Homeostasis Notes
Page 32 – Body Systems Checklist
Page 33 – Nutrient Absorption Article
Page 34 – Defense Notes
Page 35 – Video Guide OR Comic Strip
Page 36 – Body System Interactions Chart
Page 37 – Regulation Notes
Page 38 – Endocrine/Nerve Cell Drawing
Page 39 – Reproduction Notes
Quizzes
Evolution Vocabulary Quiz
Cladogram Mini-Quiz
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Taxonomy Quiz
Six Kingdom Monster Quiz
Kingdom Chart Quiz
Most Missed Quiz – Taxonomy
Virus Quiz
Plant Systems Quiz
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Body Systems Packet (Tomorrow)
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Body Systems Exam (Thursday)
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NOTHING!
Unit 10 – Body Systems
Definitions Due Thursday (3/9/17)
All Parts Due Wednesday (3/22/17)
1. Response
2. Circulatory
System
3. Digestive
System
4. Endocrine
system
5. Epidermis
PG 29
6. Excretory
System
System
11.Respiratory
7. Integumentary
System
System
12.Skeletal System
8. Muscular
13.Lymphatic
System
System
9. Nervous System 14.Immune
10.Reproductive
System
Essential Question
How do the human body
systems interact?
Standard
B.10A - describe the interactions that occur among systems
that perform the functions of regulation, nutrient
absorption, reproduction, and defense from injury or illness
in animals
SYSTEMS INVOLVED
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OF THIS
REPRODUCTION
Reproductive
Endocrine
Sexual Development
• Puberty is a period of rapid growth and
sexual maturation during which the
reproductive system becomes fully
functional.
• When puberty ends, reproductive organs
are fully developed.
• Puberty usually begins between the ages of
9 and 15, and usually starts one year earlier
in females than in males.
Sexual Reproduction
•Sexual Reproduction
•In humans, the
reproductive system
produces, stores, and
releases specialized sex cells
known as gametes.
•Gametes are released to
create the fusion of sperm
and egg to form a zygote,
the single cell from which all
cells of the human body
develop.
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
•Main Parts:
• Male:
• Testes - produce
sperm
• Female:
• Ovaries –
produce the Eggs
• Uterus – where a
baby develops
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
• Main Functions:
• Sexual maturation (puberty)
• Male function:
• To produce & deliver sperm
• Female function:
• To produce eggs
• To nourish & support an embryo
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
• Hormones used:
• Testosterone
• Male sex traits
• Follicle-stimulating
hormone
• Egg & sperm
development
• Luteinizing hormone
• Egg release during
menstruation
• Estrogen
• Female sex traits
• Progesterone
• Maintains uterine
lining
What is the menstrual cycle?
• A developed egg is released from an ovary.
• The lining of the uterus thickens every month and prepares to
receive an egg.
• If the released egg is fertilized during sex, it is implanted in the
uterus and begins growing into an embryo.
• If the egg is not fertilized, the entire uterine lining is
discharged.(shed)
• Controlled by feedback loops & takes an average of 28
days.
Path of the Egg (Ova)
The Menstrual Cycle
*Most females menstruate during the first 3-7 days of the cycle.
The Menstrual Cycle
Ovulation
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Diseases and Disorders of the Male
Reproductive System
Disease/Disorder Description
Prostate cancer
Most common form of cancer in men over
40; risks of developing it increase with age
Prostatitis
Inflammation of the prostate gland; may be
acute or chronic
Testicular cancer
Malignant growth in one or both testicles;
more common in males 15–30 years; more
aggressive malignancy
Diseases and Disorders of the Female
Reproductive System
Disease/Disorder Description
Breast cancer
Second leading cause of cancer deaths in
women; classified as stage 0 to 4
Cervical cancer
Slow to develop; Pap smear detects
abnormal cervical cells
Cervicitis
Inflammation of the cervix usually due to an
infection
Dysmenorrhea
Condition with severe menstrual cramps
limiting normal activities
DEBRIEF QUESTION:
Write this question in your Cornell
Notes and answer in 35 words: Explain
how hormones help with reproduction.
DEBRIEF ANSWER:
Hormones stimulate gamete production and
sexual development, and regulate the
menstrual cycle for fertility.