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  1. Ovarian Cycle
  2. Secretory Phase
  3. Proliferation phase
  4. Ovulation
  5. Spermatogenesis
  1. a Endometrium begins wtih one layer called stratum basalis. Deepest layer of uterus, closest to smooth muscle, contains glands adn blood vessels and produces other layers. (Proliferation, Secretory and Premenstrual)
  2. b 4 spermatids per mitotic cycle; occurs all the time
  3. c development of egg/follicle (follicular phase| ovulation| luteal phase) Based on FSH and LH
  4. d Corona radiata and secondary oocyte leave the ovary. Reamaining follicular/ granulosa cells become corpus luteum
  5. e occurs after corpus luteum is formed. in this phase the endometrium thickens in response to progesterone from corpus luteum

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ovulation
  2. FSH and LSH sprike triggers of ovulation. LH induces the primary oocyte and corona radiata leave the ovary
  3. 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. when egg is fertalized outside of Fallopian tube
  5. FSH rises initially to stimulate follicle growth. Growing follicle secretes esradiol. Estradiol stimulates GnRH secretion, which stimulates LH and FSH secretion (positive feed back)

5 True/False questions

  1. Mittelschmerzpain that women feel during ovulation

          

  2. Menstrual Cylcledevelopment of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again

          

  3. 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

          

  4. Day 1 of MCovulation

          

  5. menestrual cycledevelopment of uterus (uterus thickens overtime; if no pregnancy then it will become thin again