Lab 11 - (If necessary, look at the vertebrate diversity...

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A71 Reproduction and Development Pre-lab. Due at the start of lab. (Pages 203-214) N a m e GSI & Sect # Station # AT THE END OF EACH LAB IS A REVIEW AND A CHART THAT YOU SHOULD FILL OUT . 1. What is a jelly coat? What is the function of a jelly coat? What is a fertilization membrane? When and how does it form? 2. Is an urchin a protostome? Are you a protostome? 3. List the (defined) stages of development that occur from fertilization to the neurula stage. {in Xenopus } 4. Name the class of chordates that includes chickens? Rats?
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Unformatted text preview: (If necessary, look at the vertebrate diversity lab). 5. Is a rat a deuterostome or a protostome? Does a rat undergo an estrous cycle or a menstrual cycle? 6. For a rat, trace the movement of sperm from the seminiferous tubules out the urethra. 7. From where is the egg released during ovulation in a rat? in a human? Do they have the same ploidy? 8. Which signals promote egg release from a sea urchin? Is fertilization external or internal? A72 Vertebrate Reproduction Notes...
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