Review An S 331
Popular in Domestic Animal Reproduction
Popular in Animal Science and Zoology
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Date Created: 04/21/16
Vocabulary: Hypothalamic – hypophyseal portal system gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) oxytocin anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) alpha-feto protein thyrotropin releasing hormone corticotropin releasing hormone growth hormone inhibiting hormone (GHIH)/somatostatin prolactin inhibiting factor (PIF)/dopamine prolactine releasing factor (PRF) serotonin gonadotrophs follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) luteinizing hormone (LH) corticotrophs adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) mammotrophs prolactin (PRL) luteotropic somatotrophs growth hormone (GH)/somatotropin thyrotrophs thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) melatonin androgens in situ estrogens progesterone inhibin puberty GnRH frequency GnRH amplitude ovary mesovarium Review: Why is the surge center not functional in males? Why in females? male: female: Know the biochemical classification and functions of each hormone: GnRH: oxytocin: CRH: PIF: PRF: PRL: ACTH: FSH: LH: melatonin: androgens: inhibin: What is the most accurate way to define puberty? Where does testosterone cause a negative feedback in male reproduction and what does this cause? Where does inhibin cause a negative feedback in male reproduction and what does this cause? Describe hypothalamic maturation and why it is important? How is puberty in a male affected? What is the function of the female ovary?
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