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    Male and Female Reproductive System

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    Develop a PowerPoint presentation about human reproduction. You are to pretend that the presentation is what you will use to give your son or daughter "the talk" about human reproduction.

    Objectives
    1.Identify the major structures and functions of the endocrine, skeletal, muscular, reproductive, and nervous systems..
    2.Evaluate various risk factors for diseases within body systems. .
    3.Describe differences between male and female body structure and function..
    4.Explain sexual reproduction and development in humans..
    5.Differentiate between diseased states and homeostasis..
    6.Distinguish between the functions of the various glands of the body..

    Directions

    Make sure you use correct terminology, and include the following in your presentation:

    •Overall purpose of the reproductive systems.
    •Information about the male and female systems.
    •At least two visual aids illustrating the two systems.
    •Structure and function of the organs involved.
    •Practicing "safe sex" and preventing pregnancy and STDs.
    •Use bulleted information on slides (five lines or less).
    •Include detail in the speaker's notes.
    •Include a separate title slide and a separate reference slide.
    •Use appropriate font and backgrounds.
    •Include at least six slides (not counting your title slide or reference slide).

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    Solution Preview

    Hi,
    Attached is the PowerPoint slide explaining the Human Reproductive System (Male and Female systems), explanation ...

    Solution Summary

    The attached PowerPoint slide explains the Human Reproductive system in details with various figures depicing the various components of the reproductive system. Also explained are Sexually Transmitted Diseasesa and how they can be prevented.

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