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View the document View the PDF document The Male Reproductive System, Ch 15: Human Physiology
Resource Description: This chapter covers the structure and function of various organs in the male reproductive system and functions of the system as a whole. Additionally it provides information on the changes experienced in puberty and some common problems of the male reproductive system.
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View the document View the PDF document The Female Reproductive System, Ch 16: Human Physiology
Resource Description: This chapter goes through the external and internal female genitals, detailing the structure and function of each organ. It also covers the menstrual cycle, causes and treatments for infertility, birth control, and some common diseases and disorders of the female reproductive system.
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View the document View the PDF document Pregnancy and Birth, Ch 17, Human Physiology
Resource Description: This chapter gives a detailed description of the changes in the developing human fetus and its mother during pregnancy. It also talks about the birthing process, some risks of pregnancy, and some tips to stay healthy during pregnancy.
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Date of Publication: 2006.
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