Reproductive System in Humans Introduction

Reproduction in humans:

 

  • Human reproduction involves sexual reproduction and viviparous development, leading to the formation of a new individual.


  • Reproductive events in humans include gametogenesis, insemination, fertilisation, implantation, gestation, and parturition.


  • These events occur after puberty, and there are significant differences in the reproductive processes between males and females.


  • Human reproduction is a complex and miraculous process involving the male and female reproductive systems. While sperm production continues throughout a man's life, ova production ceases in women around the age of fifty. 


  • Understanding these differences is crucial for family planning and reproductive health, ensuring the well-being of both parents and children.