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  1. menestrual cycle
  2. Follicular Phase 2
  3. Oogenesis
  4. primordial follicles
  5. Ovulation
  1. a Only 1 egg per cycle (but the egg gets 4X the nutrients) occurs once a month (due to cylcic changes in hormone)
  2. b Corona radiata and secondary oocyte leave the ovary. Reamaining follicular/ granulosa cells become corpus luteum
  3. c consists of a primary oocyte arrested in meiosis I
    single layer of follicular cells
    follicular cells pass nutrients and chemical signals to oocyte
    Become primary folliceles when follicular/ granulosa cells thicken from squamous to cuboidal shape
  4. d FSH and LSH sprike triggers of ovulation. LH induces the primary oocyte and corona radiata leave the ovary
  5. e development of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ovulation
  2. if NO pregnancy- endometrium degenerates becuase corpus leteum involutes to corpus ablican and no progesterone is produces
  3. occurs after corpus luteum is formed. in this phase the endometrium thickens in response to progesterone from corpus luteum
  4. vaginal discharge. Endometrium gets thicker
  5. spiral arteries contract so blood stops flowing-> stratum functionalis dies -> menstrual cramps push dead tissue away from the body since its too much for macrophages to handle

5 True/False questions

  1. Day 15 of MCFertilization must occur before this day and after ovulation or the egg dies


  2. Follicular Phase 1FSH and LSH sprike triggers of ovulation. LH induces the primary oocyte and corona radiata leave the ovary


  3. FolliculogenesisDevelopment of the follicles around the egg


  4. Secondary folliclefollicular fluid accumulates to form the antrum

    cumulus oophorus: a layer of granulosa cells that covers the oocyte

    corona radiata: innermost layer of cells in the cumulus


  5. Primordial germ cellsarise from yolk sac & differentiate into oogonia
    Mitotically active, producing 5 to 6 million oogonia
    transform into primary oocytes that enter meiosis I, then arrest
    About 400,000 oocytes remain at time of puberty


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