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31 terms
bio 202 female reproductive
primary follicle
secondary follicle
graafian follicle
primordial follicles
two or more layers of cuboidal granulosa cells enclose the oo…
has a fluid-filled space between granulosa cells that coalesc…
A large, mature, ovarian follicel with a well-developed antru…
Consists of a primary oocyte in early meiosi
primary follicle
two or more layers of cuboidal granulosa cells enclose the oo…
secondary follicle
has a fluid-filled space between granulosa cells that coalesc…
118 terms
bio 202 female reproductive
each trimester of pregnancy is approxi…
the inferior cylindrical end of the ut…
rank the series of hormonal events sta…
list the organs of the internal genita…
3
cervix
1 FSH causes follicular development... 2 follicles release estro…
ovaries ... vagina... uterine tubes... uterus
each trimester of pregnancy is approxi…
3
the inferior cylindrical end of the ut…
cervix
33 terms
Female reproductive system-BIO202
Ovarian follicle
Corpus luteum
Isthmus
Ampulla
Ovarian follicle
Corpus luteum
19 terms
N202 Female genitalia
Mons pubis
Paraurethral glands
Hymen
Bartholin's glands
• pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... • cover…
(Skene's glands) ... • urethral ducts on each side of urethra th…
(fold of tissue at vaginal opening) - can rupture spontaneous…
(ductal openings not usually visible)... • Secrete a clear lubri…
Mons pubis
• pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... • cover…
Paraurethral glands
(Skene's glands) ... • urethral ducts on each side of urethra th…
45 terms
Bio 202 Lecture Final Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive System
Sexual Differentiation
The Female Reproductive Organs
The Ovaries
produce and deliver gametes, provide nutrition and ... safe harb…
The two sexes indistinguishable for first 8 to 10 weeks of ... d…
Internal genitalia... •ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus and vagina…
Ovaries-female gonads which produce egg cells (ova) and sex h…
Female Reproductive System
produce and deliver gametes, provide nutrition and ... safe harb…
Sexual Differentiation
The two sexes indistinguishable for first 8 to 10 weeks of ... d…
69 terms
N202 Female Genitalia
what 2 structures join the labia minora?
the vestibule contains openings to sev…
urethral ducts on each side of the ure…
- ductal openings not usually visible…
joined anteriorly at the clitoris and posteriorly at the four…
urethral meatus, paraurethral glands (Skene's glands), vagina…
paraurethral glands (Skene's glands)
Bartholin's glands
what 2 structures join the labia minora?
joined anteriorly at the clitoris and posteriorly at the four…
the vestibule contains openings to sev…
urethral meatus, paraurethral glands (Skene's glands), vagina…
28 terms
Practical Female Reproductive BIO202
ovary
round ligament
fimbriae
labia minora
...
ovary
round ligament
115 terms
N 202 Female Genitalia
What is the mons pubis? Where is it lo…
What is the labia majora? What is it c…
What is the labia minora? Where is it…
Prepuce:
A pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis, covered…
Outside fold of adipose tissue, outer surface is covered with…
Smaller hairless fold of skin inside the labia majora. Joined…
Hood of skin over clitoris
What is the mons pubis? Where is it lo…
A pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis, covered…
What is the labia majora? What is it c…
Outside fold of adipose tissue, outer surface is covered with…
128 terms
N202 Female Genitalia
external anatomy; pad of adipose tissu…
external anatomy; outside fold of adip…
external anatomy; smaller, hairless fo…
external anatomy; hood of skin over cl…
mons pubis
labia majora
labia minora
prepuce
external anatomy; pad of adipose tissu…
mons pubis
external anatomy; outside fold of adip…
labia majora
40 terms
Bio 202 Lab: Female Reproductive
primary reproductive organs
accessory reproductive organs
mammary glands
mons pubis
ovaries
vagina, uterus, uterine/fallopian tubes, breasts
only present during pregnancy breast-feeding
superficial to pubic symphysis... fatty layer beneath skin... most…
primary reproductive organs
ovaries
accessory reproductive organs
vagina, uterus, uterine/fallopian tubes, breasts
64 terms
Biology 202
5 core biological principles
Biological Hierarchy
Cell theory
Robert Hooke
evolution, structure and function, info flow storage and chan…
atom, molecule, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism,…
cell is smallest unit of life, all life is composed of cells,…
Micrographia, found the cell
5 core biological principles
evolution, structure and function, info flow storage and chan…
Biological Hierarchy
atom, molecule, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism,…
24 terms
N202 Female Genitalia
Mons pubis
prepuce
vestibule
urethral meatus
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... -covered m…
hood of skin over clitoris
contains opening to several structures & glands
anterior position within vestibule... -sometimes within the vagina
Mons pubis
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... -covered m…
prepuce
hood of skin over clitoris
11 terms
202 Female Genitalia
prepuce
vestibule
Skene's glands
introitus
hood of skin over clitoris
contains openings to urethral meatus, paraurethral glands (Sk…
paraurethral glands: urethral ducts on each side of urethra t…
vaginal orifice
prepuce
hood of skin over clitoris
vestibule
contains openings to urethral meatus, paraurethral glands (Sk…
11 terms
Female reproductive system (biology)
Ovaries
Ovum
Follicles
Fallopian tubes
Produce ovum, contain oocytes (immature ova) from birth
Mature egg
2000,000 egg sacs in each ovary, each containing an immature…
Tube leading from each ovary to the uterus
Ovaries
Produce ovum, contain oocytes (immature ova) from birth
Ovum
Mature egg
22 terms
202 female reproductive system
what are the functions of the female r…
where are gametes produced?
ovary cortex
ovary medulla
produce sex hormones... produce functional gametes... protect/deliv…
the ovary
produces the gametes (oocytes)
consists of blood vessels
what are the functions of the female r…
produce sex hormones... produce functional gametes... protect/deliv…
where are gametes produced?
the ovary
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BIOL 202 Section 3 Female Pelvis
innominate bones, placed laterally and…
pelvic landmark under the dimple at th…
landmark of the ischium where the leva…
cartilagenous joint with no synovial m…
ilium, ischium, and pubis
posterior superior iliac spine
ischial spine
pubic symphysis
innominate bones, placed laterally and…
ilium, ischium, and pubis
pelvic landmark under the dimple at th…
posterior superior iliac spine
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Female genitalia 202 final
mons pubis
labia majora
labia minora
prepuce
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis/ covered b…
outside fold of adipose tissue/ covered w/ hair
smaller, hairles fold of skin inside the labia majora, joined…
hood of skin over clitoris
mons pubis
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis/ covered b…
labia majora
outside fold of adipose tissue/ covered w/ hair
14 terms
bio 202 female reproductive system lab
ovaries
cortex & medulla
ovarian ligament
broad ligament
...
ovaries
cortex & medulla
...
10 terms
N202 - ROS - Female and Male
Amenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea
Dyspareunia
PMS
Absence of menstruation or menarche
pain associated with menstruation
pain in the labia, vagina, pelvis during or after sexual inte…
Premenstrual syndrome; a range of symptoms that start during…
Amenorrhea
Absence of menstruation or menarche
Dysmenorrhea
pain associated with menstruation
65 terms
Biology 202
Cardiovascular
Circulatory
What is blood?
What are the functions of blood?
Having to do with the tissues of the heart, blood vessels (ar…
Includes all the tissues in the cardiovascular system as well…
The transport system of the cardiovascular system and vital f…
Transportation, regulation and protection
Cardiovascular
Having to do with the tissues of the heart, blood vessels (ar…
Circulatory
Includes all the tissues in the cardiovascular system as well…
36 terms
N202 Final Female Genitalia
What are the 6 external structures of…
1. What is the Mons Pubis?... 2. Where a…
1. What is the vestibule? ... 2. What 4…
1. What is the urethral meatus?... 2. Wh…
1. Mons pubis... 2. Labia Majora... 3. Labia minora... 4. Prepuce& cli…
1. Pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... 2. Ant…
1. Contains openings to severeal structures and glands... 2. -U…
1. The hole women pee through... 2. Vaginal opening. Includes t…
What are the 6 external structures of…
1. Mons pubis... 2. Labia Majora... 3. Labia minora... 4. Prepuce& cli…
1. What is the Mons Pubis?... 2. Where a…
1. Pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... 2. Ant…
104 terms
BIOL 202 Section 3 Female Pelvis
innominate bones, placed laterally and…
pelvic landmark under the dimple at th…
landmark of the ischium where the leva…
cartilagenous joint with no synovial m…
ilium, ischium, and pubis
posterior superior iliac spine
ischial spine
pubic symphysis
innominate bones, placed laterally and…
ilium, ischium, and pubis
pelvic landmark under the dimple at th…
posterior superior iliac spine
49 terms
Final 202 Female Genitalia
Mons Pubis
Labia Majora
Labia minora
Prepuce
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis, covered b…
outside fold of adipose tissue, outer surface covered with hair
smaller hairless fold of skin inside the labia majora, joins…
hood of skin over the clitoris
Mons Pubis
pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis, covered b…
Labia Majora
outside fold of adipose tissue, outer surface covered with hair
42 terms
Biology 202: Ecology
abiotic
acid rain
Biome
Biosphere
relating to non-biological factors
rain containing sulfuric and nitric acids that have formed fr…
a large area dominated by characteristic plants and animals,…
A very thin zone around the earth that contains abiotic and b…
abiotic
relating to non-biological factors
acid rain
rain containing sulfuric and nitric acids that have formed fr…
116 terms
Nurs 202 Final: Female Genitalia
External anatomy: Mons pubis
External anatomy: Labia Majora
External anatomy: Labia Minora
External anatomy: Prepuce
• pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... • covere…
• outside fold of adipose tissue... • outer surface covered with…
• smaller, hairless fold of skin inside the labia majora... • jo…
hood of skin over clitorishood of skin over clitoris
External anatomy: Mons pubis
• pad of adipose tissue covering the symphysis pubis... • covere…
External anatomy: Labia Majora
• outside fold of adipose tissue... • outer surface covered with…
6 terms
biology (female)
clitoris
vagina
womb
ovaries
sensitive for stimulation, might lead to an orgasm
during sexual intercourse, semen is deposited here
an embryo develops inside this
eggs develop inside this
clitoris
sensitive for stimulation, might lead to an orgasm
vagina
during sexual intercourse, semen is deposited here
180 terms
Female Reproductive System Bio 202 Ranta
Female Reproductive System
External Reproductive Glands include
vulva
vulva includes
Reproductive Anatomy... Puberty and Menopause... Oogenesis and the…
vulva and mammary glands
a group of structures at the external opening of the vagina
mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, Bartholins…
Female Reproductive System
Reproductive Anatomy... Puberty and Menopause... Oogenesis and the…
External Reproductive Glands include
vulva and mammary glands
45 terms
Bio 202 Lecture Final Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive System
Sexual Differentiation
The Female Reproductive Organs
The Ovaries
produce and deliver gametes, provide nutrition and ... safe harb…
The two sexes indistinguishable for first 8 to 10 weeks of ... d…
Internal genitalia... •ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus and vagina…
Ovaries-female gonads which produce egg cells (ova) and sex h…
Female Reproductive System
produce and deliver gametes, provide nutrition and ... safe harb…
Sexual Differentiation
The two sexes indistinguishable for first 8 to 10 weeks of ... d…
56 terms
Biology 202: Cells
active transport
asexual reproduction
cell
cell differentiation
movement of materials across a membrane that requires an inpu…
the process by which an organism produces a new, genetically…
the basic unit of life, of which all living things are made
the process of cell modification from a generalized cell to o…
active transport
movement of materials across a membrane that requires an inpu…
asexual reproduction
the process by which an organism produces a new, genetically…
29 terms
Biology 202: Evolution
adaptation
amino acids
anaerobic
comparative anatomy
structural, behavioral, and physiological traits that make an…
the organic molecules that serve as the units from which prot…
"without air" a process that occurs without the presence of o…
the study of similarities and differences in the anatomy of d…
adaptation
structural, behavioral, and physiological traits that make an…
amino acids
the organic molecules that serve as the units from which prot…
49 terms
Biology 202 Biochemistry
activation energy
active site
adenine
ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
the energy barrier that must be overcome for a reaction to oc…
the place on an enzyme where the substrates attach and the re…
a nitrogen-containing base that is part of one of the types o…
the molecule that delivers usable chemical energy for almost…
activation energy
the energy barrier that must be overcome for a reaction to oc…
active site
the place on an enzyme where the substrates attach and the re…
41 terms
Female reproductive system-BIO202 lab
Ovarian follicle
Corpus luteum
Isthmus
Ampulla
whole structure called
Ovarian follicle
whole structure called
Corpus luteum
28 terms
Biology 202: Mendelian Genetics
allele
cell differentiation
characteristic
chromosome
an alternate form of a gene
the process of cell modification from a generalized cell to o…
an identifiable or measurable feature of an organism, such as…
a single long molecule of DNA wound around proteins called hi…
allele
an alternate form of a gene
cell differentiation
the process of cell modification from a generalized cell to o…
25 terms
Biology 202: Gene Expression
biotechnology
cell differentiation
Clone
DNA
the use of techniques of molecular biology applied to the dev…
the process of cell modification from a generalized cell to o…
An organism, cell, or piece of genetic material that is genet…
this is the molecule, unique to each individual, carrying the…
biotechnology
the use of techniques of molecular biology applied to the dev…
cell differentiation
the process of cell modification from a generalized cell to o…
16 terms
Biology 202
When NAD+ combines with a H+ to form N…
The formation of ATP from ADP and P1 i…
At resting membrane potential, sodium…
Pumps are transporters that are able t…
Reduced
True
Outside
Active Transport
When NAD+ combines with a H+ to form N…
Reduced
The formation of ATP from ADP and P1 i…
True
71 terms
Biology 202
Acclimation
accommodation
ectoderm
mesoderm
changes in INDIVDUALS to adapt in response to an environmenta…
changes in POPULATIONS in response to environmental change
embryonic tissue that becomes skin
embryonic tissue that becomes the organ system
Acclimation
changes in INDIVDUALS to adapt in response to an environmenta…
accommodation
changes in POPULATIONS in response to environmental change
65 terms
Biology 202
mutation
silent mutation
loss of function mutation
gain of function mutation
change in nucleotide sequence of DNA that can be passed on to…
usually dont affect protein function, doesnt change phenotype
gene may not be expressed at all, or if it does the protein i…
leads to a protein with altered function or increased activit…
mutation
change in nucleotide sequence of DNA that can be passed on to…
silent mutation
usually dont affect protein function, doesnt change phenotype
Biology 202
How old is earth
Evolution
Ecology
What are the requirements for evolution?
4.5 million years
changes in gene/allele frequencies in a population over time
How Organisms interact with their environment and each other
Overproduction, Heredity, Variation, and Differential reprodu…
How old is earth
4.5 million years
Evolution
changes in gene/allele frequencies in a population over time
145 terms
BIO 202 learnsmart: the female reproductive system
a woman who is multipara ______ been p…
each trimester of pregnancy is approxi…
phases of the ovarian cycle (3)
layers of the uterine wall from deep t…
has
3
1. follicular phase... 2. ovulation... 3. luteal phase
1. endometrium... 2. myometrium... 3. perimetrium
a woman who is multipara ______ been p…
has
each trimester of pregnancy is approxi…
3
109 terms
202 final male and female repro
Which hormone is specific to the male…
Which hormones are specific to the fem…
cremaster muscle
stuff on testicle that turns into the…
testosterone
estrogens and progesterones
causes testicles to relax or contract
epididymus
Which hormone is specific to the male…
testosterone
Which hormones are specific to the fem…
estrogens and progesterones
23 terms
Biology 202
Allopatric speciation
Sympatric speciation
Interference competition
Exploitation competition
The idea that species that cannot reproduce are considered di…
Sympatric speciation is the process through which new species…
Fighting over a specific area or resource
Species consuming the same resources in competition
Allopatric speciation
The idea that species that cannot reproduce are considered di…
Sympatric speciation
Sympatric speciation is the process through which new species…
77 terms
biology 202
the first cell to turn in during mesod…
the opening of the archenteron in the…
develops into the digestive tract of a…
forms back in fertilization ; tells so…
notochord
Blastopore
archenteron
Gray Crescent
the first cell to turn in during mesod…
notochord
the opening of the archenteron in the…
Blastopore
18 terms
bsci202 3 2 Female
Describe the Female Reproduce System?
What are Ovaries composed of?
What are the three parts of the duct s…
What are the Uterine Tube and Uterus?
1) A woman's ovaries contain follicles in the ovaries that nu…
1)Composed of ovarian follicles(sac-like structures)... 2)Each f…
1)Uterine tubes(Fallopian tubes)... a)Receive the ovulated oocyt…
1)Fimbriae are finger-like projections at the distal end of t…
Describe the Female Reproduce System?
1) A woman's ovaries contain follicles in the ovaries that nu…
What are Ovaries composed of?
1)Composed of ovarian follicles(sac-like structures)... 2)Each f…
Biology 202
What Does the Cell Theory State?
What's wrong with the simplified linea…
4 Categories of the overview of science
How is DNA Packaged in a Chromosome?
Organisms are composed of basic units called cells, which are…
-Implies that science follows and unvarying linear ... -Implies…
-Testing ideas -Exploration and discovery... -Benefits and outco…
Put in double helix of DNA that is wrapped around proteins an…
What Does the Cell Theory State?
Organisms are composed of basic units called cells, which are…
What's wrong with the simplified linea…
-Implies that science follows and unvarying linear ... -Implies…
13 terms
Female reproductive system (biology)
Ovaries
Ovum
Estrogen
Ovaries (depth)
Produce eggs, estrogen, and progesterone
Mature egg
Initiates the development of female's egg and secondary sex c…
egg matures near surface, cilia pushes egg to fallopian tubes
Ovaries
Produce eggs, estrogen, and progesterone
Ovum
Mature egg
15 terms
Biology 202
Evolution
Adaptation
Descent with Modification
What evolutionary mechanisms contribut…
Change in allele frequencies in a population over time
result of natural selection where changes being as random alt…
variation within offspring and future generations
Natural Selection... Gene Flow... Genetic Drift
Evolution
Change in allele frequencies in a population over time
Adaptation
result of natural selection where changes being as random alt…
27 terms
Bio 202 Ch. 28 Female Reproductive System
When can you first distinguish the gen…
What is the function of the ovaries?
What is the function of the uterine tu…
What is the function of the uterus?
10 weeks
produce eggs and hormones
connects to the uterus... site of fertilization
fetus growth
When can you first distinguish the gen…
10 weeks
What is the function of the ovaries?
produce eggs and hormones
57 terms
Biology 177 Female Reproduction
The Endometrium
The broad ligament is
The uterine, or Fallopian, tube
The uterus
Consists of a functional zone and a basilar zone of epithelium.
An extensive mesentery that encloses the ovaries, uterine tub…
Transports the ovum to the uternus.
Provides mechanical protection and nutritional support for th…
The Endometrium
Consists of a functional zone and a basilar zone of epithelium.
The broad ligament is
An extensive mesentery that encloses the ovaries, uterine tub…
76 terms
**BIO202: Chapter 28 - Female Reproductive System
Outer Cortex
Ovulation
LH
Infundibulum
Area of ovaries where germ cells develop
Bursting of the follicle and releasing of the egg
Hormone that triggers ovulation
Flared, trumpet-shaped distal end of uterine tube
Outer Cortex
Area of ovaries where germ cells develop
Ovulation
Bursting of the follicle and releasing of the egg
249 terms
BIO 202: Female and Male Reproductive Systems: Chapters 27 28 29
gametes, zygote
sex, Y
autosomes
SRY
_______________ are the sex cells with 23 chromosomes that co…
Males and females have 46 chromosomes. All have one pair of _…
Our cells have 22 pairs of _______________ and one pair of se…
The male Y chromosome has a gene called ______ that codes for…
gametes, zygote
_______________ are the sex cells with 23 chromosomes that co…
sex, Y
Males and females have 46 chromosomes. All have one pair of _…
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