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Handout 4(1) - BICD 150 Summer 2011 Ni Mo Week 3: Handout #3

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Unformatted text preview: BICD 150 Summer 2011 Ni Mo Week 3: Handout #3 jeffnimo@gmail.com Material Covered: Female Reproduction OH: Tuesday 1-2pm Peterson Hall Lobby Female Reproduction Gross Anatomy: The female external genitalia consist of: _________________________________________________________________ The female accessory structures consist of: _______________________________________________________________ Sexual Development The absence of SRY will cause the bipotential gonads to develop into ovaries Female external genitalia are developed with the absence of ______ Female accessory structures are developed from the _______________ duct with the absence of _______. Why do males require additional signal for development, but for females it is the default pathway? Gametogenesis Embryonic Stage/Pre-puberty:- Oogonium undergoes mitotic division to make more oogonia (~200 million). These oogonia then undergo DNA replication to make ________________ (~500,000). These are then arrested until puberty Puberty and Later:- The first meiotic division occurs during ______________, and makes ____________________ and ____________________.The first meiotic division occurs during ______________, and makes ____________________ and ____________________....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2012 for the course BICD 150 taught by Professor Fortes during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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Handout 4(1) - BICD 150 Summer 2011 Ni Mo Week 3: Handout #3

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