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5 Matching questions

  1. Folliculogenesis
  2. Tertiary follicle
  3. Secondary follicle
  4. menestrual cycle
  5. Ischemia
  1. a follicular 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
  2. b development of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again
  3. c 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
  4. d larger oocytes and stratified follicular (granulosa) cells

    zona pellucida: layer of glycoprotein gel secreted by granulosa cells around the oocyte

    theca folliculi: connective tissue forms a fibrous coat
  5. e Development of the follicles around the egg

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Only 1 egg per cycle (but the egg gets 4X the nutrients) occurs once a month (due to cylcic changes in hormone)
  2. Used to stimulate uterine development
  3. 4 spermatids per mitotic cycle; occurs all the time
  4. Implantaion (egg burrows into wall of uterus, endometrium erodes) this takes six to seven days
  5. secreted from the corpus luteum and stimulates thickening of endometrium to prepare embyro implantation

5 True/False questions

  1. Premenstrual Phasedevelopment of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again

          

  2. Secretory Phaseif NO pregnancy- endometrium degenerates becuase corpus leteum involutes to corpus ablican and no progesterone is produces

          

  3. Estrogen(secreted from follicles) stimultes growth fo stratum functionalis. Closest to the lumen, lost at the end fo the menstrural cycle and rebuilt during proliferation phase

          

  4. Day 15 of MCvaginal discharge. Endometrium gets thicker

          

  5. Primordial germ cellsconsists 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