lecture 13 - Animal Reproduction 15 JP Advis DVM, Ph.D....

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Page 1 Meetings 01-02: Introduction to Animal Reproduction (2) Meetings 03-04: Reproductive Structures and their Functions (2) Meetings 05-07: The HPG axis and its Liposoluble and Watersoluble Hormones (3) Meetings 08-09: The Neuroendocrine Control of Male and Female Puberty Onset (2) Meetings 10-11: REVIEW AND TEST #1 Meetings 12-17: Female and Male Reproduction and Techniques for their Control (6) Meetings 18-19: REVIEW AND TEST #2 Meetings 20-21: Reproductive Behavior and the Spermatozoa in the Female Tract (2) Meetings 22-23: Embryogenesis, Placentation, Parturition and Lactation (3) Meetings 24-25: Puerperium, Lactation and Reproductive Ageing (2) Meeting 26 Reproductive Pathology and Case Studies (1) Meetings 27-28: REVIEW AND TEST #3 AND TEST #4 Animal Reproduction 15 JP Advis DVM, Ph.D. Bartlett Hall, Animal Sciences, Cook, (732) 932 - 9240, [email protected] Course website: rci.rutgers.edu/~advis Material to be covered: About lecture slides: There are not intended to be the sole source for studying the course material !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Slides are good to review the course material after you have study your course textbook Slides are a good indicator of the relative importance of lecture topics (see slide # per topic) Group slides by titles when using them to review course material. Match lectures and text. Reproductive Cyclicity # lectures for cumulative test # 02 book 12 Reproductive cyclicity: terminology and basic concepts 1 - 9 13 Reproductive cyclicity: the follicular phase 1 - 9 14 Reproductive cyclicity: the luteal phase 1 - 9 15 Reproductive cyclicity: techniques for controlling female reproductive processes 1 - 9 16 Endocrinology of the male and the spermatogenesis process 1 - 10 17 Endocrinology of the male and techniques to control male reproductive processes 1 - 10 18 REVIEW – material from lecture # 12 through lecture # 17 1 - 10 19 EXAM # 02 - material from lecture # 01 through lecture # 18 1 - 10
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LECTURE #15 Overview of main techniques the best approaches are those that mimic as close as possible the natural physiological events Estrous synchronization exogenous progesterone, CIDR, PGF2a Induction of ovulation PMSG, HCG, GnRH, super- ovulation, embryo transfer Contraceptives exogenous progesterone, RU486, intra-uterine devices, prolonged lactation Reproductive techniques: Intro The preovulatory surge of LH is an obligatory event for reproduction to occur. It is elicited by E2. LECTURE #15 Overview of main techniques the best approaches are those that mimic as close as possible the natural physiological events Estrous synchronization exogenous progesterone, CIDR, PGF2a Induction of ovulation PMSG, HCG, GnRH, super- ovulation, embryo transfer Contraceptives exogenous progesterone, RU486, intra-uterine devices, prolonged lactation Reproductive techniques: Intro The hormonal profiles of a menstrual and of an estrous cycle are similar, when lined up to the LH surge as time zero. human
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