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 REVIEW
SHEET
REPRODUCTION
AND
DEVELOPMENT
 1)

Compare
external
and
internal
fertilization.
 2)

Distinguish
between
spiral
(protostomes)
and
radial
cleavage
(deuterostomes).


 3)

List
the
stages
of
development
of
a
frog
egg
and
describe
features
of
each
of
these
stages.


 4)

Identify
various
structures
within
the
larval
frog.

Nervous
system,
circulatory
system,
and
digestive
system.


 5)

Compare
the
larval
and
adult
stages
of
Xenopus.

What
are
the
advantages
to
this
form
of
metamorphosis?
 6)

Which
structures
were
you
able
to
identify
in
the
chicken
embryo?
 7)

Very
briefly
describe
the
membranes
surrounding
the
developing
embryo.

 8)

Be
able
to
identify
the
notochord,
and
spinal
cord
in
a
cross
section.


 9)

Identify
seminiferous
tubules,
spermatogenic
cells,
spermatozoa,
interstitial
cells,
epididymis
and
vas
 deferens.
 10)

Identify
the
ovaries,
oviduct,
uterus,
vagina,
primary
follicle,
growing
follicle,
mature
follicles,
ovum,
and
 corpus
luteum.
 
 For
questions
9
&
10
it
might
be
helpful
to
include
drawings
on
this
page.
 
 
 
 
 Rat:
 Oogenesis:
Primary
follicle
>
mature
follicle
>
ruptures
>
oocyte
released
>
corpus
luteum
remains.
 
 Spermatogenesis:
Spermatogenic
cells
in
seminiferous
tubules,
interstitial
cells
secrete
testosterone
>
 epididymis
>
vas
deferens
>
urethra
.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Internal
Features:
(visible
after
dissecting
the
rat).
 Female
Reproductive
System Ovaries Uterus Vagina Male
Reproductive
System Scrotum Testes Epididymis Vas
deferens Seminal
vesicle Penis Spermatogenesis Seminiferous
tubules Spermatogenic
cells Interstitial
cells
secrete
testosterone A73
–
Fall
2009
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