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Unformatted text preview: BICD150: Endocrinology Handout 6, lecture 12, 13 5/11/11 I. Female Reproduction Continued: 1. What are some female secondary sexual characteristics that develop during puberty? 2. Which of the following are effective treatments for estrogen-dependent breast cancer? A. Tamoxifen B. Estradiol C. Raloxifen D. Aromatase inhibitors E. A, C, and D What is the mechanism of action of the drug that is an effective treatment for estrogen-dependent breast cancer? II. Contraception 1. What are some methods of contraception? 2. How does “emergency contraception” act to prevent pregnancy? BICD150: Endocrinology Handout 6, lecture 12, 13 5/11/11 III. Pregnancy- During ovulation, the ______________________________ bursts and release the oocyte. The oocyte is cause by _________________ and moves through the fallopian tubes towards the ______________. Fertilization occurs in the ____________________________ Once the oocyte that was arrested in ______________________________________ is fertilized it can complete its second meitotic division. can complete its second meitotic division....
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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.
- Winter '09