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Overview of Sexual Differentiation - Part 1 Egg with X + X Sperm + Y Sperm XY Embryo XX Embryo Undiff. Gonads OVARIES Germ Coelomic Mesenchyme cells epithelium Undiff. Gonads TESTES Germ Coelomic Mesenchyme cells epithelium Spermato- gonia Sertoli cells Leydig cells Oogonia Granulosa cells Theca cells
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Overview of Sexual Differentiation - Part 2 Spermato- gonia Sertoli cells Leydig cells Oogonia Granulosa cells Theca cells Antimüllerian hormone Testosterone Dihydro- testosterone Degeneration of Müllerian ducts Wolffian ducts male reproductive tract Development of male external genitalia No Antimüllerian hormone No Testosterone Degeneration of Wolffian ducts Müllerian ducts female reproductive tract Development of female external genitalia MALE FEMALE
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Bipotential Development of External Genitalia FEMALE MALE BIPOTENTIAL
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Unformatted text preview: (6 weeks) Fig. 26-3b Urethral opening Prepuce (foreskin) Endocrine Control of Sexual Maturation GnRH = gonadotropin releasing hormone LH = luteinizing hormone FSH = follicle stimulating hormone LH GnRH Ovaries or Testes Anterior Pituitary Hypothal-amus FSH Testosterone Progesterone Estradiol Inhibins Activins both Stimulation Inhibition Male Reproductive Anatomy Cryptorchidism Inguinal hernia Structure of Testes (nucleus + acrosome) Head (flagellum) Tail (mitochondria) Midpiece Endocrine Control of Testicular Function Hypothalmus Anterior Pituitary FSH Cells LH Cells GnRH Testis Sertoli Cell Leydig Cell Spermato- genesis Inhibin Testosterone Stimulation Inhibition Activin...
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