Lecture 22 Reproductive Physiology I

Lecture 22 Reproductive Physiology I - Reproductive...

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Reproductive Physiology Lecture 1. An Overview Barbara Rosati Dept. Physiology and Biophysics, BST 6-122 Phone: (631) 444-7350; E-mail: [email protected] Male Reproductive Physiology Lecture 2. Female Reproductive Physiology Fertilization, Pregnancy, Parturition and Lactation.
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Aspects of Reproduction in Mammals 1. Sexual (vs. asexual) 1. Separation of sexes (vs. hermaphroditism) 1. Sexual dimorphism
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Sexual Dimorphism
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Sexual Dimorphism Sandy Allen, “the tallest living woman”, Height: 7ft. 7 ¼ in. (2.31 mt.)
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An Overview of the Human Reproductive Physiology 1. Sex Determination 1. Gonadogenesis 1. Gametogenesis 1. Basic Pattern for Control of Reproduction 1. Sex Determination
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DNA and Chromosomes Vicia faba
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Chromosome Structure
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The Human Chromosomes Karyotype [46, XX/XY ] Diploid number: 2n = 46 (Haploid number (n) = 23) 22 pairs of autosomes; 1 pair of sex chromosomes (X,Y)
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Turner Syndrome [45, X0] Sexual infantilism; Ovarian failure (infertility); Short stature; Webbed neck; Low posterior hairline; Shield-like chest; Cardiovascular malformations; Hypothyroidism.
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[47, XXY] Infertility (due to hypogonadism); Sparse or absent facial, axillary, pubic, or body hair; Decreased muscle mass and strength; Feminine distribution of adipose tissue; Gynecomastia; Small testes and penis;
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