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  1. Deoxyribonecleic Acid?
    DNA, Mitosis
  2. Genes:
    • Alleles
    • Genotype vs Phenotype
  3. What are autosomes
    the first twenty two pairs
  4. Anomolies
    • a. androgen insensitivity (male hormone)
    • b. intersexuality (male from female)
  5. Monozygotic
    twins from one egg
  6. Dizygotic
    twins from two eggs
  7. Gene patters
    • Homozygous:
    • Heterozygous:
    • Dominant Genes:
    • Recessive Genes:
    •       a. Carrier
    •       b. xlinked recessives
  8. codominance/incomplete dominance:
    no dominant allele
  9. Genomic Imprinting
    one copy of working genes instead of two
  10. mutation
    mutation of a gene
  11. polygenic
    physical
  12. down syndrome
    trisomy 21
  13. Sex chromosome abnormalities:
    (5)
    • Klienfelter syndrome-xxy
    • xyy syndrome
    • fragile x syndrome
    • xxx
    • turner syndrom-x

    • xy -male
    • xx- female
  14. dominant genetic disorders:
    Huntington's disease, Marfan Syndrom
  15. Recessive:
    • Cystic fibrosis, PKU, sickle cell,
    • x linked recessives, Hemophilla, muscular dystrophy, color blindness
  16. Prenatal Diagnostic Methods
    • 1. maternal blood analysis
    • 2. ultrasound
    • 3. ultra fast MRI
    • 4. Amniocentesis (shot into amniotic fluid)
    • 5. chorionic villus sampling: (only to find very high risk things)
    • 6. diagnostic and operative fetoscopy
  17. Conception:
    Gametes:
    zygotes
    • Gametes: meiosis,
    •  1. sperm
    •  2. ovum

    • zygote: mitosis
    • makes sure each cell is like others
  18. Prenatal development 1:
    • stage of the zygote (1-2 weeks)
    • cell division going on rapidly.
    • 1. zygote/blastlycists
    • a. embryonic: becomes fetus
    • b. trophoplast: becomes placenta cord, ect
    • 2. implantation
    • 3. ectopic pregnacy
    •  can occur when settles down and burrows in filopian tube
    •  
  19. prenatal development 2:
    • Embryonic Period (weeks 3-8)
    • more specific development
    • 1. developmental trends
    •    a. proximodistal (from middle out)
    •    b. cepnalocaudal (top/bottom) (head/tail)
  20. Embryonic Period layers of development
    • a. ectoderm
    •     1. neural tube
    • b. Mesoderm
    • c. endoderm
  21. Fetal Period
    • 1. third month
    • 2. second trimester
    • 3. third trimester
  22. Prenatal environment
    • a. Teratogens: toxin, causes phyiscall problems
    • b. sensitive and critical period: embryonic period most senitive to birth defects and structual effects.
    • Teratogens: RX, drugs, pollution, radiation, disease,...Fetal Alcohol syndrom
  23. Prenatal Care
    Folic Acid, excercise, social support/less stressor, finacial resources, age..
  24. Labor:
    • 1. dilation and effacement of cervix (10)
    • 2. delivery of baby
    • 3. birth of placenta
  25. Apgar Scale:
    • Color, heart rate, reflexes, muscle tone, respiration
    • A: apperance, P:pulse, G:grimace, A:activity, R: repiration.
  26. Birth Complications
    • Oxygen Deprivation, Breech Birth, Rh factor incompartibility (mother neg, father pos)
    • Caesarean seaction.
  27. More birthing populations
    • under 5lbs low birth weigh, small for date.
    • Preterm infants
  28. Problems of At-Risk Infants
    • a. respiratory distress syndrome.
    • b. week sucking/eating reflexes
    • c. cognitive deficits
    • d. delayed physical and social development
    • e. parental stress
  29. Interventions for Preterm infants
    • Isolette
    • respirator
    • feeding tube
    • intravenous medication
    • special infant stimulation
    • parent training and caregiving

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