Review An S 331
Popular in Domestic Animal Reproduction
Popular in Animal Science and Zoology
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Date Created: 04/21/16
Review: 3-30-16 1. What happens post-natally to cause puberty in a female? Remember, the ovaries, hypothalamus, and adenohypophysis are all functional during fetal life. 2. What is a “spontaneous ovulator” and give some examples: 3. What is an “induced ovulator” and give some examples: 4. The initial reproductive cycle is known as what? 5. What are the 4 stages of the estrous cycle and list their primary hormone and functional structure: 6. What are the 2 phases of the estrous cycle and list their primary hormone and functional structure: 7. What is a group of follicles called? what is programmed cell death called? 8. How does a dominant follicle(s) cause atresia of subordinate follicles? 9. Why do pigs not exhibit follicular waves? Hormone: Site of synthesis: Target cell/tissue: Major Funcitons: Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Follicle Stimulating Hormine (FSH) Estrogen (E 2 Progesterone (P 4 Inhibin Prostaglandin (PGF2) 10. In poultry, how does Melatonin inhibit LH? 11. Name the sections of a hen’s oviduct, how long a maturing egg is present in each section: 12. When evaluatin a male rooster for sexual activity, what do you look for? 13. Difference between a blastodisc vs a blastoderm: 14. What temperature causes stasis in chicken eggs? *draw the female reproductive hormone feedback loops on the back
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