Ansc431 Sperm transfer 07 - Sperm Transfer and...

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1 Sperm Transfer and Fertilization: what do you need to know? 1. What is the anatomical structure of male and female reproductive tract? 2. What is anatomical structure of female reproductive tract? 3. Where does fertilization occur? 4. What controls fertilization?
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2 Journey in the Male Reproductive Tract
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3 The Journey in the Male Reproductive Tract
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4 Epididymis: Structure
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5 Epididymis: Functions IS Cp Cor Cd
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6 Vas Deferens
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7 Seminal Vesicle & Prostate
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8 Bulbourethral gland (Cowper’s gland)
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9 Functions of the Accessory Glands 1. Energy course for sperm (fructose) 2. Sperm mobility and viability (prostaglandin) 3. Uterine contraction (prostaglandin) 4. Coagulation of semen 5. Neutralization of acid in urethra and vagina 6. Prevent premature capacitation of sperm 7. Protect genetic damages (vitamins) 8. Lubrication
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10 Journey in the Female Reproductive Tract
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11 Journey in the Female Reproductive Tract
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Sheep, Cow: 100-1,000 Pig, Horse: 1,000-2,000 Sheep, Cow: 1 x 10 5 Pig, Horse: 1 x 10
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ANSC 431 taught by Professor Bahr during the Spring '07 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Ansc431 Sperm transfer 07 - Sperm Transfer and...

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