Reproductive 7

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Reproductive 7
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2010-12-08 01:04:08
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reproductive anatomy and function
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  1. primary spermatocyte
  2. primary spermatocyte
  3. primary spermatocyte
  4. primary spermatocyte
  5. primary spermatocyte
  6. prostate gland
  7. prostate gland
  8. prostatic urethra
  9. prostatic urethra
  10. prostatic urethra
  11. prostatic urethra
  12. prostatic urethra
  13. raphe
  14. rete testis
  15. root of penis
  16. root of penis
  17. root of penis
  18. root of penis
  19. scrotal sac
  20. scrotal septum
  21. scrotal septum
  22. ovary function?
    • secrete hormones
    • produce oocytes
    • form immature gametes
    • secrete inhibin
  23. structure that surrounds urethra and produces acidic secretion in males?
    prostate gland
  24. when does oogenesis begin?
    before birth
  25. function of FSH in male?
    stimulate spermatogenesis
  26. location of oocyte growth and meiosis 1?
    ovarian follicles
  27. fructose rich fluid is formed where?
    seminal vesicles
  28. matched set of four chromatids are called ?
    tetrad
  29. small paired structure at base of penis produces lubricating secretion?
    bulbourethral glands
  30. completion of meiosis in males forms four spermatids which contain how many chromosomes?
    23 chromosomes
  31. muscular tube extending between uterus adn external genitalia?
    vagina
  32. path of sperm flow through ducts of testis?
    • seminiferous tubules
    • straight tubule
    • rete teste
    • efferent duct
    • ductus epididymis
    • ductus vas deferens
  33. structure extending from uterus to medial surface of ovary?
    ovarian ligament
  34. when is endometrium the thickest?
    late in postovulatory phase
  35. when is progesterone levels highest during menstrual cycle?
    late in postovulatory phase
  36. what causes repair of endometrium during preovulatory phase of menses?
    rising levels of estrogen
  37. what produces progesterone?
    corpus luteum
  38. external sac enclosing testis?
    scrotum
  39. main function of progesterone during menses?
    thicken endometrium
  40. if NO fertilization what happens to corpus luteum?
    degenerates itto corpus albicans
  41. where are erectile tissue masses located in females?
    clitoris
  42. layer of uterus that replaces tissue lost during menses?
    stratum basalis
  43. how many chromosomes do gametes have?
    a single set of chromosomes
  44. scrotum
  45. scrotum
  46. scrotum
  47. scrotum
  48. secondary spermatocyte
  49. secondary spermatocyte
  50. secondary spermatocyte
  51. secondary spermatocyte
  52. secondary spermatocyte
  53. secondary spermatocyte
  54. secondary spermatocyte

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