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Vagina – Female Reproductive System

by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD
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    The lecture Vagina – Female Reproductive System by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Reproductive Histology.


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    1. The clitoris contains numerous sensory nerve endings and has erectile tissue similar to the male penis but the female urethra lies within the corpus cavernosum rather than within the corpus spongiosum as is the case in the penile urethra.
    2. An acidic environment in the vagina is due to bacterial breakdown of glycogen (released from desquamated epithelial cells lining the vagina) to lactic acid.
    3. The labia majora in the female are homologous to the scrotum in the male.
    4. The labia minora in the female are homologous to the skin of the penis in the male.
    5. Smooth muscle in the labia majora is homologous to the dartos muscle in the male.
    1. Glycogen in vacuole.
    2. Cortisol in vacuole.
    3. Cholesterol in vacuole.
    4. Adipose in vacuole.
    5. HDL in vacuole.
    1. To create an acidic environment in order to ensure sperm survival.
    2. To create an acidic environment in order to promote proliferation of bacteria.
    3. To create an acidic environment in order to ensure cellular repair.
    4. To create an acidic environment in order to promote proliferation of normal fungus.
    5. To create an acidic environment in order to promote proliferation of certain viruses.

    Author of lecture Vagina – Female Reproductive System

     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD


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