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GACE Health Education: Human Reproductive Systems - Chapter Summary
Use the lessons contained in this chapter to help you recollect what you studied in college about human reproduction as you prepare for the GACE Health Education assessment. The following topics can be found in this chapter:
- Internal anatomy of the female reproductive system
- External anatomy of the female reproductive system
- The male reproductive system
Our knowledgeable instructors present the material in ways that are highly engaging. Having multiple ways of reviewing the material makes the studying process more effective and more enjoyable. Confirm your understanding of each lesson's topics by taking the corresponding self-assessment quizzes throughout the chapter.
GACE Health Education: Human Reproductive Systems Chapter Objectives
The GACE Health Education assessment gauges whether your knowledge of an array of health issues makes you qualified to be a health educator in Georgia. The assessment includes two tests that each have 100 multiple-choice questions. The topics in this chapter can be found in the first subarea of Test I, which accounts for around 70% of the questions you'll be answering on that particular test. Our self-assessment quizzes give you a great way to receive practice with the types of questions that are on the assessment.
1. 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.
2. External Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System
We all know that men and women are different. But just how different are they? Learn a little more about the differences between men and women in this lesson on female external reproductive anatomy.
3. 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.
4. Male Reproductive System: External Anatomy
Learn about the structure and function of the external reproductive structures of the male. This includes study of the scrotal sac, the parts of the penis and the erectile tissues.
5. 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.
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