Cells in this part of a follicle produce androgens
This hormone signals the theca to produce androgens
This is the day in the cycle on which menses begins
This hormone is necessary for the development of the follicular antrum
This part of a follicle is responsible for estradiol production
This is the predominant androgen produced in the theca and exported to the granulosa
This hormone starts a signaling cascade in the granulosa cell that allows conversion of androstenedione to estrone
Androstenedione is converted to this estrogen in the granulosa cell
These hormones cause vasospasm during menses, decreasing bleeding
This hormone is critical for endometrial growth
In the early/mid follicular phase, this hormone negatively feeds back upon GnRH, FSH and LH
In the late follicular phase, is estrogen feedback positive or negative upon GnRH
This granulosa product negatively feeds back on FSH in the late follicular phase
This hormone positively feeds back on LH and GnRH during the late follicular phase
After ovulation, this is the source of estrogen, progesterone and inhibin
In the luteal phase, is estrogen feedback positive or negative upon GnRH
Pubic/axillary hair growth and libido are caused by these in women
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