CHAPTER 6 OUTLINE

CHAPTER 6 OUTLINE - FAS 332 CONLON CHAPTER 6 OUTLINE GENDER...

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FAS 332 CONLON CHAPTER 6 OUTLINE GENDER I. Prenatal Sexual Differentiation Gender PSYCHOLOGICAL STATE OF BEING MALE/FEMALE Sexual Differentiation PROCESS BY WHICH MALES TO FEMALES DEVELOP DISTINCT REPRODUCTIVE ANATOMY Chromosome ROD-LIKE STRUCTURE; CARRIES DNA Embryo STAGE OF PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT THAT BEGINS W/ IMPLANTATION OF A FERTILIZED OVUM IN THE UTERUS & CONCLUDES W/ DEVELOPMENT FO A MAJOR ORGANS @ 2 MONTHS Genetic Factors DETERMINE SEXUAL DIFFERENTIATION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, SEXUAL BEHAVIOR Role of Sex Hormones ANDROGEN MALE; PRODUCES MALE FEATURES (WOLFFIAN DUCTS DEVELOP INTO VAS DEF, SEMINAL VESICLES, ETC) MÜLLERIAN DUCTS DEVELOP INTO FALLOPIAN TUBES, UTERUS, VAGINA 10 WEEKS AFTER CONCEPTION Inguinal Canal FETAL CANAL CONNECTS SCROTUM & TESTES, ALLOWING DESCENT Sex Chromosomal Abnormalities EFFECTS SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS, Klinefelter’s Syndrome BREASTS, NO MUSCLES, INFERTILE
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course FAS 332 taught by Professor Christopher during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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