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Question:

Which of the following organs functions as both the implantation site of a fertilized ovum and the pathway for sperm to reach the uterine tubes?

A Uterus
Explaination

The uterus functions as both the implantation site of a fertilized ovum and as the pathway for sperm to reach the uterine tubes.
The fallopian tubes serve as the passageway for an ovum from the ovaries and is the site of fertilization.
The vagina is the female copulatory organ that also serves as the outlet for menstrual flow and the passageway for childbirth.
The cervix is the inferior narrow portion of the uterus where sperm capacitation occurs prior to fertilization.