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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 Reproduction Lab ANSC 10200 2/10/11 Why Reproduce?  Proliferation of the Species  Genetic selection  Produce healthy offspring  Other? 2/10/11 Why is Reproduction Important to the Producer? More offspring = more potential profit Maintain purebred lines Environmental 2/10/11 3 Important Aspects of Reproduction  Genetic selection (voluntary culling)  Breeding Soundness including fertility male and females  Ability to complete gestation, deliver, nurse, and raise and offspring 2/10/11 ~VOCAB~ Reproduction Terms  Allantois -An intermediate fetal membrane which contributes to the formation of the umbilical cord and placenta. Also, the allantochorion refers to the membrane formed by fusion of the allantois and chorion. Amnion The innermost placental membrane surrounding the embryo which contains 2/10/11 Male Reproduction  Genetically superior  Physically healthy  Structurally sound enough to mate  Fertile  Adequate Libido 2/10/11 Role of the Male  The males role is most of the time limited to fertilization  In some cases the male engages in rearing the offspring Penguins Humans Seahorses 2/10/11 Anatomy of the Male 2/10/11 Anatomy of the Male  Testicles - The male gonad, produces sperm  Duct System - the pathway from the testis to the urethra  Accessory Glands - add fluid to sperm to become semen  Penis - Organ of Copulation 2/10/11...
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