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Ch 15: ASVAB: Human Reproduction

About This Chapter

Prepare for the science portion of the ASVAB with this set of informative video lessons. Our quizzes and chapter test can alert you to any additional review needs.

ASVAB: Human Reproduction - Chapter Summary

Use our video lessons to get ready for the science subtest of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Refresh your memory of human reproduction through the topics listed below:

  • Anatomy and organs of the male reproductive system
  • Spermatogenesis
  • Female reproductive system's internal anatomy
  • Oogenesis
  • Fertilization and zygote formation

Our lessons offer video animations, full transcripts with clear headings and key words, the ability to pause and repeat as needed and video tags for easy return to specific portions. You may watch the presentations at any time of the day or night and on the device that best suits your needs. By taking the self-assessment lesson quizzes and chapter test, you'll spot any topics that might need a little more review.

ASVAB: Human Reproduction Objectives

The General Science subtest of the ASVAB gauges your understanding of physical and biological science topics like human reproduction. You'll be required to answer 16 questions in 8 minutes if you take the computerized battery, or 25 questions in 11 minutes if you choose the pencil and paper version, making the science section about 11% of the entire exam. Our multiple-choice assessments are any easy way to practice your test-taking skills for the ASVAB.

6 Lessons in Chapter 15: ASVAB: Human Reproduction
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Overview of Animal Reproduction and Development

1. Overview of Animal Reproduction and Development

At this stage in life, you likely know where babies come from. However, did you know that some animals can make clones of themselves and reproduce sexually too? In this lesson, you'll learn more about sexual reproduction and early vertebrate development.

Male Reproductive System: Functions, Organs & Anatomy

2. Male Reproductive System: Functions, Organs & Anatomy

Ever wonder what the inside of a male looks like? Find out in this lesson that explores the inner workings of the male reproductive system and the pathway that sperm takes.

Spermatogenesis: How the Male Reproductive System Produces Sperm

3. Spermatogenesis: How the Male Reproductive System Produces Sperm

In this lesson, you'll learn the series of steps necessary to produce a fully functional sperm cell. You'll also look at the structure of a sperm cell and see how it's equipped to venture forth into new territory.

Female Reproductive System: Internal Anatomy

4. Female Reproductive System: Internal Anatomy

Ever wonder where a female produces her eggs or how they get from the ovary to the uterus? Find out in this lesson about the internal reproductive anatomy of females.

Oogenesis: How the Female Reproductive System Produces Eggs

5. Oogenesis: How the Female Reproductive System Produces Eggs

Did you know that a human female already has all of the oocytes that she will make in her entire life before she is even born? In this lesson, you'll learn how the human body produces an ovum through the process of oogenesis. You'll also learn how polar bodies help to ensure that female gametes are of high quality even though they are not produced in high quantities.

Fertilization and Zygote Formation: Definition and Processes

6. Fertilization and Zygote Formation: Definition and Processes

Follow the male's sperm and the female's egg on their way to meet each other in this lesson that takes you through the process of fertilization in humans. Learn about the obstacles the sperm must get through before it can fertilize the egg.

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