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Who said that judgements about pathological sexual behavior by doctors are inherently judgments
Foucalt and Szasz
species where males are smaller
jacanas, praying mantis
things that are diploid have...
...2 chromosomes (a pair)
gene
A stretch of DNA that encodes for a protein
Hirschfeld
Homosexuality is a non-mental process, unfolding of inner biological process, what’s to cure?
Ultimate level of analysis
How did evolution or culture cause this behavior to come about?
Proximate level of analysis
What is the underlying neural mechanism controlling this behavior?
If you were a biologist studying proximate causes of things, you would be studying...
...mechanics
Ontogenetic level of analysis
How did the developing individual come to display this behavior?
conjugation
Contact between two bacteria accompanied by the transfer of a short stretch of DNA from one to the other
mitosis =
cell division
In mitosis, _____ chromosomes get duplicated, and _____ goes to each resulting cell
all 23 pairs of; a complete copy
in mitosis, you start with ___ chromosomes and end up with 2 resulting cells, each with ____ chromosomes
46, 46
in mitosis, _____ of chromosomes from each pair is duplicated passed on
both
recombination happens in...
...meiosis
what 3 vertebrates use parthenogenesis?
lizards, turkeys, komodo dragons
what insects use parthenogenesis?
aphids
name a species where males care for offspring
jacanas
single cells reproduce by...
...fission or mitosis
what small organisms can sexually reproduce?
bacteria
more sperm competition -->
bigger testes
pubic symphysis
junction of left and right pubic bones
mons veneris
fatty tissue above labia
surround and support development of oocyte
follicles
catch ovum
fimbria of oviduct
where are ovum propelled by fimbria?
ampulla
follicles secrete...
...steroid hormones
loose fold of skin covering clitoris (aka, clitoral hood/foreskin)
prepuce
where labia minora meet behind vestubule
fourchette
space between left and right labia minora
vestibule
erectile structures in penis/vagina
corpus cavernosum
cut from base of hymen to anus
episteotomy
glans at the introitus that discharge some fluid during arousal
bartholin's glands
bird chromosomes
male ZZ, female ZW
When two bacteria contact each other and transfer DNA
conjugation
species that can reproduce both sexually and asexually
aphids
Negative correlation of monogamy and
flamboyance of male
bowerbird bird colors
blue
In _____, males invest more in offspring (take care of them), so it’s the females who grow big, gaudy, and compete for mates
jacanas
species in which males incubate and care for offspring
seahorses
polygyny
one man, many women
polyandry
one woman, many men
Can secrete some fluid, associated with clitoris, surround vestibule and underlie labia minora
vestibular bulbs
attached to both base of clitoris and bone
suspensory ligament
In oviduct, catch ovum and propel to ampulla
fimbriae
Muscle sheath around endometrium that contract to push baby off
myometrium
Fills with fluid to make penis erect. Provides stiffness.
corpus cavernosum
Bring testes up or down to regulate temperature
cremaster muscles
Line tubules, make sperm
sertolu cells
Hormone secreting, lie between tubules.
leydig cells