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The human reproductive systems

Author: Rose Leigh Vines; Ann Marie Motekaitis; Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company.; California State University, Sacramento. University Media Services.
Publisher: Menlo Park, CA : Benjamin/Cummings, 1999.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Cadaver specimens and illustrations are used to demonstrate the anatomy of the male and female reproductive systems that produce gametes, and the ducts that transport them. Also reviews the accessory glands and external genitalia.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Rose Leigh Vines; Ann Marie Motekaitis; Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company.; California State University, Sacramento. University Media Services.
ISBN: 0805349146 9780805349146
OCLC Number: 42085149
Notes: At head of title: Benjamin/Cummings presents.
Graphics adaped for this program from Human Anatomy and Physiology 4th edition / Elaine N. Marieb, and Principles of Human Anatomy 7th edition / Gerard Tortora.
Credits: Director/Editor, Keith Rogers. Production graphics, Sean Hoops. Produced through the facilities of University Media Services, California State University, Sacramento.
Performer(s): Narrator: Gail Westrup.
Description: 1 videocassette (32 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Male Reproductive System. 1. Scrotum and testes (4:57) ; 2. Epididymis and ductus deferens (1:22) ; 3. Spermatic cord and inguinal canal (1:40) ; 4. Accessory sex glands (2:48) ; 5. Penis (3:36) --
Female Reproductive System. 1. Ovaries (5:07) ; 2. Uterine tubes (1:45) ; 3. Uterus and vagina (4:15) ; 4. External genitalia (1:29) ; 5. Mammary glands (1:33).
Responsibility: Rose Leigh Vines, Ann Motekaitis.

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Cadaver specimens and illustrations are used to demonstrate the anatomy of the male and female reproductive systems that produce gametes, and the ducts that transport them. Also reviews the accessory glands and external genitalia.

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