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A '''reproductive systems''' is the ensembles and interactions of [[Organ (anatomy)|organs]] and or [[substances]] within an [[organism]] that stricly pertain to [[reproduction]]. As an example, this would include in the case of [[female]] [[mammals]], the [[hormone]] [[estrogen]], the [[womb]] and [[ova]], but not the [[breasts]]. This also includes [[gamete]]s.
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The '''reproductive system''' is the ensembles and interactions of [[Organ (anatomy)|organs]] and/or substances within an [[organism]] that strictly pertain to [[reproduction]]. As an example, this would include in the case of [[female]] [[mammal]]s, the [[hormone]] [[estrogen]], [[ova]], and the [[uterus]] and the [[vagina]], but not the [[breast]]s. This also includes [[gamete]]s.
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==See also==
Compare to [[sexual anatomy]].
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* [[Major systems of the human body]]
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*[[Sexual anatomy]]
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*[[Reproductive system disease]]
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*[[Sex organ]]
   
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The reproductive system is the ensembles and interactions of organs and/or substances within an organism that strictly pertain to reproduction. As an example, this would include in the case of female mammals, the hormone estrogen, ova, and the uterus and the vagina, but not the breasts. This also includes gametes.

See alsoEdit

Human organ systems
Cardiovascular system - Digestive system - Endocrine system - Immune system - Integumentary system - Lymphatic system - Muscular system - Nervous system - Skeletal system - Reproductive system - Respiratory system - Urinary system


Reproductive system
Female: Cervix - Clitoris - Clitoral hood - Fallopian tubes - Bartholin's glands - G-spot - Hymen - Labium - Mammary glands - Ovaries - Skene's glands - Urethra - Uterus - Vagina - Vulva
Male: Bulbourethral glands - Ejaculatory duct - Epididymis - Foreskin - Frenulum - Glans penis - Penis - Prostate - Scrotum - Seminal vesicles - Spermatic cord - Testes - Urethra - Vas deferens


ar:جهاز تناسلي

bs:Reproduktivni sistem id:Sistem reproduksi pt:Aparelho reprodutor simple:Reproductive system sv:Fortplantningssystemet zh:生殖系统

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