Difference between reproduction system of man and rabbit, Biology

Difference between Reproduction System of man and rabbit -

 

S.No.

 

Man

 

Rabbit

 

1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

4.

 

5.

 

6.

 

7.

 

8.

 

9.

 

10.

 

11.

 

12.

 

13.

 

14.

 

Sexual dimorphism more clear

 

Testes always remain in scrotal sac

 

Inguinal canal is closed

 

Epididymis 6 metre

 

Seminal vesicles 2

 

Uterus sac like

 

Vagina broad

 

Ovulation starts at 13-16 year

 

Not induced ovulator

 

Fertilisation may be

 

Menstrual cycle present

 

Gestation period 280 days

 

Mammary glands 1 pairs

 

Placenta haemochorial

 

Less

 

Only in breeding season

 

open

 

3 metre

 

1

 

Bilobed

 

Narrow

 

6 month

 

Induced ovulator

 

100 %

 

Oestrous cycle present

 

28 days

 

4-5 pairs

 

Alentochorial

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