A woman can only become pregnant if an ovum (egg cell) from her ovary is released into the oviduct and fertilised by a sperm there before moving down into the uterus and becoming implanted in the endometrium wall. If your oviducts are blocked, the ovum cannot travel into it and meet sperm so it can be fertilised so pregnancy is impossible.
The oviducts job is to transport the eggs to meet the sperm, so they travel through the oviduct to get there every month or whenever your period is.
The oviduct or the Fallopian tube is where an ovum or egg passes from an ovary. The ovum will either be fertilized by sperm and become a zygote, or will just degenerate in the body.
No, it takes place in the uterus
the sperm just die
The egg in a female frog is passed through the oviduct. After that, it passes into the uteri, and finally, into the cloaca.
The egg cannot get through the oviduct to the cervix.
The oviduct is the only way through which the sperm may reach the egg for fertilisation to happen. If the oviduct is blocked, then the sperm cannot reach the egg and so fertilisation cannot happen, so the woman cannot have a child without an IVF.
it is basically the region which transports the ovum from ovary to oviduct
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What is the function of the ciliates cells in the lining of the oviduct
Oviduct is where the egg cells are fertilized while the ovary is where the egg cells are produced and where they mature.
another name for an oviduct is Fallopian Tube.
At ovulation, the egg is released into the abdominal cavity near the funnel-like opening of the oviduct. Cilia on the epithelial lining of the duct help collect the egg by drawing fluid from the body cavity into the oviduct. Together with the wave-like contraction of the of oviduct, the cilia convey the egg down the duct to the uterus.