LAB FINAL 4.txt

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  1. 
      • Peritubular capillaries
      • Proximal convoluted tubule
      • Glomerular capillaries
      • Glomerular (Bowman’s) capsule
      • Efferent arteriole
      • Afferent arteriole
      • Juxtaglomerular apparatus
      • Interlobular radiate artery
      • Arcuate artery
      • Loop of Henle
      • Distal convoluted tubule
      • Cortical nephron
      • Juxtamedullary nephron
      • Glomerular capsule covered by podocytes - they cling to each other and to the endothelial wall, forming a very porous membrane around the glomerulus.
      • Afferent arteriole - THICKER inbound
      • Efferent arteriole - thinner outbound
      • PCT
      1. Ureter
      2. Prostatic urethra
      3. Membranous urethra
      4. Corpus cavernosum
      5. Corpus spongiosum
      6. Glans penis
      7. Epididymis
      8. Ductus (vas) deferens
      9. Bulbourethral gland
      10. Prostate
      11. Ejaculatory duct
      12. Seminal vesicle
      • Seminiferous tubule of Testes
      • Lobule - composed of seminiferous tubules and interstitial cells
      • Tunica albuginea
      • Tail of epididymis
      • Head of epididymis
      • Ductus (vas) deferens
    • TESTOSTERONE. Development and maintenance of male sexual characteristics.
  2. Function of Seminiferous tubules?
    Spermatogenesis
  3. Function of testicular interstitial cells?
    Produce testosterone
      • Acrosome
      • Mitochondria
      • Midpiece
      • Neck
      • Fimbriae
      • Round ligament
      • Public symphysis
      • Greater vestibular (Bartholin’s) gland
      • Anterior Fornix
      • Cervix
      • Posterior Fornix
      • Rectouterine pouch
      • Perimetrium
      • Fimbriae
      • Endometrium
      • Myometrium
      • Perimetrium
      • Ureter
      • Ovarian ligament
      • Suspensory ligament of ovary
      • Uterine (fallopian) tube
      • Fundus of uterus
      1. Primary follicles
      2. Degenerating corpus luteum (corpus albicans)
      3. Tunica albuginea
      4. Cortex
      5. Oocyte
      6. Late secondary follicle – secretes estrogen
      7. Antrum - Graafian or Vesicular follicles are those with large Antrum
      8. Oocyte
      9. Zona pellucida
      10. Ovulated oocyte
      11. Corona radiate
      12. Developing corpus luteum
      13. Corpus luteum – secretes progesterone & little estrogen
      14. Medulla
    • ESTROGEN. Development of female sexual characteristics.
    • PROGESTERONE. Along with estrogen thicken endometrial lining and simulates uterine gland secretion.
  4. Tightly coiled tube, lies on top of testes. The distil end leads to the ductus deferens.
    Epididymis
  5. Extend from epididymis into abdominal cavity, over top and posterior surface of urinary bladder and joins the duct of seminal vesicle.
    Ductus deferens or Vas deferens
  6. Formed by union of vas deferens and duct of seminal vesicle. Passes through prostrate terminating in urethra.
    Ejaculatory duct
  7. Severing of vas deferens, usually done in scrotum.
    Vasectomy

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