50-reprosysoutl

50-reprosysoutl - a. oviduct b. uterus c. cervix d. vagina...

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© 2011 copyright Marta D. de Jesus I. Asexual (mostly mitosis) A. fission B. budding C. fragmentation D. parthenogenesis II. Sexual A. gametes B. patterns of pairing 1. hermaphroditism simultaneous sequential 2. dioecious C. mechanism of fertilization 1. external 2. internal D. protection of embryo/offspring 1. in water 2. terrestrial 3. parental care E. genetic pattern 1. usual 2. how is sex determined? different chromosomes haplodiploidy temperature III. General vertebrate reproductive systems A. cloaca
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B. male C. female IV. Human systems A. male 1. produce sperm a. seminiferous tubules b. Leydig/interstitial cells c. Sertoli/nurse cells d. epididymis a. vas deferens b. ejaculatory duct c. seminal vesicle d. prostate gland e. bulbourethral/Cowper’s gland 3. external genitalia a. penis urethra erectile tissue baculum glans penis prepuce/foreskin b. scrotum C. female 1. produce egg a. follicle oogonium b. ovulation corpus luteum
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Unformatted text preview: a. oviduct b. uterus c. cervix d. vagina hymen e. Bartholin’s glands 3. external genitalia a. clitoris b. labia minora c. labia majora d. mons 4. breast/mammary gland D. developmental homologies E. sexual response cycle (during coitus) 1. 4 phases a. b. c. d. 2. pattern & timing V. Hormonal control A. general pattern of control 1. hypothalamus 2. ant. pituitary 3. gonad B. male 1. sex hormone 2. pattern ant. pituitary testis 3. negative feedback largely C. female 1. sex hormone 2. pattern ant. pituitary ovary 3. negative & positive feedback involved a. positive b. negative 4. cyclic nature VI. Pregnancy, & birth (parturition) A. conception B. embryo blastocyst C. gastrulation D. fetus D. labor E. lactation VII. Assistive technologies for reproduction IVF GIFT ZIFT ICSI {Material that won’t be on final exam: See section 50.6 for contraception & abortion See section 50.7 for sexually transmitted infections}...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V04 taught by Professor De-jesus,m during the Fall '08 term at Ventura College.

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