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5 Matching questions

  1. Day 1 of MC
  2. Secretory Phase
  3. Secondary follicle
  4. Day 24 of MC
  5. Oogenesis
  1. a Implantaion (egg burrows into wall of uterus, endometrium erodes) this takes six to seven days
  2. b Only 1 egg per cycle (but the egg gets 4X the nutrients) occurs once a month (due to cylcic changes in hormone)
  3. c 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
  4. d occurs after corpus luteum is formed. in this phase the endometrium thickens in response to progesterone from corpus luteum
  5. e vaginal discharge. Endometrium gets thicker

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 4 spermatids per mitotic cycle; occurs all the time
  2. Corona radiata and secondary oocyte leave the ovary. Reamaining follicular/ granulosa cells become corpus luteum
  3. ovulation
  4. After ovulation LH stimulates follicular/ granulosa cells and the cells multiply and fill the antrum
    Corpus luteum forms from remaining granulosa cells and secretes estradiol, progesterone and inhibin
  5. development of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again

5 True/False questions

  1. Progesterone(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

          

  2. Ectopic Pregnancywhen egg is fertalized outside of Fallopian tube

          

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

          

  4. primordial follicleshave large oocytes and follicular cells that still form a single layer

          

  5. Progesterone(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