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Date Created: 10/21/15
ANSC 433 Exam A Review Chapter 1 Subspecialties of reproductive physiology pg 1 Historical events pg 57 Chapter 2 Concentric layers of tubular components of female reproductive tract Figure 21 pg 1112 Segments of broad ligament Figure 25 pg 12 Comparative anatomy of female reproductive tract Figures 23 to 27 and 210 Ovarian structures Figure 211 pg 2426 Segments of the oviduct Figures 212 and 213 pg 2630 Structure and function of uterus Figures 215 to 217 pg 3034 Structure and function of cervix Figures 219 and 220 pg 3437 Vagina Vestibule and Vulva Figures 222 and 223 pg 4041 Chapter 3 Structure and function of spermatic cord Figures 32 39 310 pg 455960 Comparative anatomy of male reproductive tract Figures 34 to 36 Structure and function of scrotum Figures 311 and 313 Structure and function of the testis Figure 314 pg 6568 Testicular parenchyma compartments tubular and interstitial Figures 315 and 316 Excurrent duct system Figure 318 pg 6971 Seminal plasma and accessory sex glands Figures 319 and 320 pg 7174 Structure and function of penis Figure 321 pg 7477 Chapter 4 Origin or organs from embryonic germ layers Table 44 pg 8183 Origin of the pituitary gland Figure 43 pg 84 Sexual differentiation of reproductive tract 0 Primordial germ cells migrate to genital ridge Figure 44 0 Events in formation of reproductive system Figure 46 Descent of testis Figures 48 and 410 pg 8994 Female reproductive tract Figure 414 pg 9497 Chapter 5 Neural and neuroendocrine reflexes Figures 51 pg 103105 Hypothalamus and pituitary Figures 535556 pg 106109 Reproductive hormone characteristics Table 51 pg 106115 0 Classification Origin Mode of Action Biochemical Figures 57 to 511 0 Hormone action Figures 514 and 515 0 Half life and quantity Figures 517 and 518 pg 120125 Chapter 12 amp 10 o Insemination techniques 0 Tran cervical insemination Figure 126 pg 274 I Cow rectovaginal technique I Mare vagino cervical technique I Ewe Guelph technique 0 lntra cervical insemination Figure 127 pg 275 I Sow cervical technique I Ewespeculumtechnique o Laparoscopic insemination I Ewe abdominal approach to deposit semen in uterine lumen 0 Extension and storage of frozen semen Table on page 234 0 Separation of X and Y bearing spermatozoa Table 103 and Figure 1015 0 Measures of effects of management on reproductive efficiency Chapter 10 amp 11 0 Procedures and guidelines for breeding soundness evaluation of the bull o Testicular size Figure 1013 and Table 102 0 Motility and morphology of spermatozoa Figure 1014 0 Sexual stimulation and preparation Figures 1114 and 1115 0 Semen collection Figures 1116 and 1117


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