ISB 202 9-16-08 - ISB 202 9-16-08 Between 17 and 25 BMI is...

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9-16-08 Between 17 and 25 BMI is ideal 25 to 29.9 is considered underweight Greater than 30 is obese Sterols Necessary for lie All have four carbon rings “fused” together with various “tails” Used to make Vit. D and sex hormones Cholesterol One of the sterols (is it good or bad? HDL vs LDL) Sex hormones are made from it How different are the sexes? Are there only two genders? It all has to do with the pituitary gland All of us started out as female embryos Testosterone increases, making some of use male Labia fuse to form the scrotum Ovaries descend to form testicles The penis is an elongated clitoris Do females have testosterone? Yes just not as much as men have! Testosterone is responsible for human libido Testosterone is produced by females in the ovaries and in the adrenal glands (near the kidneys) Morphologically and anatomically, there are more than two genders Testosterone levels cause the masculine features of men. Body building and testosterone
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course ISB 202 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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ISB 202 9-16-08 - ISB 202 9-16-08 Between 17 and 25 BMI is...

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