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IVF video. animation. 11.4.1 Annotate a light micrograph of testis tissue to show the location and function of interstitial cells (Leydig cells), germinal epithelium cells, developing spermatozoa and Sertoli cells. Testis Structure. Vas Deferens. Epididymus. Seminiferous Tubules. Scrotum.

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    1. IVF video animation

    2. 11.4.1 Annotate a light micrograph of testis tissue to show the location and function of interstitial cells (Leydig cells), germinal epithelium cells, developing spermatozoa and Sertoli cells. Testis Structure Vas Deferens Epididymus Seminiferous Tubules Scrotum Testis animation Tunica Albuguinea

    3. Sertoli cells spermatids Interstitial Cells Spermatogonia Interstitial Cells

    4. 11.4.2 Outline the processes involved in spermatogenesis within the testis, including mitosis, cell growth, the two divisions of meiosis and cell differentiation. Spermatogenesis Seminiferous Tubule lumen Developing Sperm Sertoli Cell Leydig Cells (Interstitial Cells)

    5. 11.4.3 State the role of LH, testosterone and FSH in spermatogensis. Spermatogonium (germinal epithelium) Primary Spermatocyte Secondary Spermatocyte Spermatids Nourishment from Sertoli cells Spermatozoa (mature sperm cells)

    6. 11.4.3 State the role of LH, testosterone and FSH in spermatogensis. FSH is produced an released by the anterior pituitary gland and stimulates meiosis of the primary spermatocytes, giving secondary spermatocytes (now haploid). LH is also released and reaches the interstitial cells (Leydig cells) of the testis, where it stimulates testosterone production. Testosterone stimulates the final meiotic division and differentiation of the spermatids to form mature spermatozoa.

    7. 11.4.7 Outline the role of the epididymis, seminal vesicle and prostate gland in the production of semen. Epididymus Seminal vesicle Prostate gland

    8. 11.4.6 Draw and label a diagram of a mature sperm and egg. acrosome flagellum mitochondria

    9. 11.4.3 Annotate a diagram of the ovary to show the location and function of germinal epithelium, primary follicles, mature follicle and secondary oocyte. Primary oocyte Primary follicle Germinal epithelium Secondary oocyte Zona pellucida Corpus luteum

    10. Germinal epithelium Primary follicle mature follicle Secondary oocyte Zona pellucida medulla

    11. 11.4.5 Outline the processes involved in oogenesis within the ovary, including mitosis, cell growth, the two divisions of meiosis, the unequal division of cytoplasm and the degeneration of polar body.

    12. 11.4.6 Draw and label a diagram of a mature sperm and egg.

    13. 11.4.8 compare the processes of spermatogenesis and oogenesis, including the number of gametes and the timing of the formation and release of gametes. mitosis LH and FSH 2 meiotic divisions

    14. 11.4.9 Describe the process of fertilization, including the acrosome reaction, penetration of the egg membrane by a sperm and the cortical reaction.

    15. 11.4.9 Describe the process of fertilization, including the acrosome reaction, penetration of the egg membrane by a sperm and the cortical reaction.

    16. 11.4.9 Describe the process of fertilization, including the acrosome reaction, penetration of the egg membrane by a sperm and the cortical reaction.

    17. 11.4.10 Outline the role of HCG in early pregnancy. Progesterone Estrogen HCG • HCG: • Secretion of Progesterone and Estrogen by Corpus Luteum • Progesterone and Estrogen inhibit FSH-LH – so no more eggs are released • Progesterone maintain endometrium, where the blastocyst develops into • a fetus and the placenta forms

    18. 11.4.12 Explain how the structure and functions of the placenta, including its hormonal role in secretion of estrogen and progesterone, maintain pregnancy. 11.4.13 State that the fetus is supported and protected by the amniotic sac and amniotic fluid. 11.4.14 State that the materials are exchanged Between the maternal and fetal blood In the placenta. • Functions of the placenta • Releases _____________ and • _________ • Exchange of materials between • _________ and ________ blood • (blood does not mix) progesterone estrogen fetal maternal

    19. 11.4.12 Explain how the structure and functions of the placenta, including its hormonal role in secretion of estrogen and progesterone, maintain pregnancy. • Rich fetal blood supply • Few thin membranes give a short • diffusion path for materials. • Villi increase surface area for • exchange • Placenta has a large surface area • and many RER and vesicles for • production of hormones

    20. 11.4.15 Outline the process of birth and its hormonal control, including the changes in progesterone and oxytocin levels and positive feedback. oxytocin contrations further release of oxytocin

    21. 11.4.15 Outline the process of birth and its hormonal control, including the changes in progesterone and oxytocin levels and positive feedback. Cervix is dialating placenta