zool review 2

zool review 2 - • Cortex (function units: follicles) •...

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Lecture Key Concept and Structure list Male Reproductive System Testes (how to produce Sperms & Sex hormone) Function unit: seminiferous tubule (inside) seminiferous tubules - germ cells Spermatogonia (stem cells) Sperms at different stages - supporting cells Sertoli cells (outside) seminiferous tubules - Leydig Cells Spermatogenesis (Timeline!) Know important components of mature sperms and function of each - Head - Middle Piece - Tail Endocrine Regulation (hormones ) know production& action sites as well as their functions - Gonadotropin FSH & LH - Sex Hormone Testosterone Duct System - Epididymis - Ductus deferens (AKA vas deferens) What is the relationship w/ the Spermatic Cord? What is the relationship w/ Inguinal Ligament & Canal? - Ejaculatory duct - Urethra Glands (Produce fluids of semen) why important for function of sperms? - seminal vesicles - prostate gland
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Lecture Key Concept and Structure list Female Reproductive System Ovaries Medulla (blood vessels)
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Unformatted text preview: • Cortex (function units: follicles) • 1 follicle = 1 oocyte + surrounding epithelium simple or stratified Hormone fluid-filled Cavitiy Primordial fixed simple No No Primary fixed stratified E No Secondary fixed more stratified more E many small Tertiary floated the most stratified E peak one large (antrum) • Ovulation release the free oocyte • Corpus luteum = only epithelium left P No cavity • Corpus albicans = only scar tissue No No cavity • Uterine tubes (Where fertilization occurs) • Uterus -Perimetrium -Myometrium -Endometrium Endocrine Regulation (hormones: FELP! Know the order! ) The driving force for oogenesis (time line) from “Oogonia” to oocyte, epithelium development, ovulation, period…. know production& action sites as well as their functions-Gonadotropin FSH & LH -Sex Hormone Estrogen (E) & Progesterone (P) know the relationship b/w ovarian cycle (2 phases) and uterine cycle (3 phases)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course ZOOL 2303 taught by Professor Pan during the Spring '11 term at Texas Tech.

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