Male Reproductive Organs
Spermatic Cords and Ductus Deferens
(male)-penis,scrutom and testes
(female)-ovary,vagina,fallopian tube,uterus and cervix
because of the male and female reproductive system, our species continue to grow and grow
It takes messages form the brain via gland called hypothalamus and uses these messages to produce hormones that affect many parts of the body, including stimulating all the other hormone-producing glands to produce their own hormones.
the major difference is that the female genitalia is mainly inside and that of male is outside.structurally, the females posess a pair of tracts where the sex cell move in(oviducts) and inn male the sperm moves along a single duct i.e thesperm duct.the females also are (mostly)only capable of producing a singe ova at each cycle whilst males produce thousands at a time.
again, the female require a much stronger stimuli for sexual activity whilst in males a slight stimuli can be enough. the other differences are on the endocrinology(hormonal system) involved in the two systems.
Cervix and uterus