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inhibin inhibits ___ secretion
FSH
what is spermiogenesis?
maturation of spermatids
is the zygote haploid or diploid
diploid
gametes are produced by _____
meiosis
what is spermiation?
release of sperm cell
the anterior pituitary increases secretion of __ & ___
LH, FSH
more FSH ______ sperm production
increases
what stimulates spermatogenesis?
FSH
is a primary oocyte haploid or diploid
diploid
is the secondary oocytes haploid or diploid?
haploid
what are sertoli cells?
supporting cells
the _____ _______ is shed during menstration
stratum functionalis
leydig cells secrete _______
testosterone
FSH initiates growth of follicles that secrete ______
estrogen
___ is secreted during menstration when estrogen is low
FSH
in the preovulatory phase what is secreted?
estrogen and LH
in the menstrual phase what is happening in the ovaries?
the follicle begins to develope
the _____ ____ increases sperm motility and viability
prostate gland
______ is the rupture of the follicle and release of the secondary oocyte
ovulation
in the menstral phase what is happening in the uterus?
removal of the stratum functionalis
in the preovulatory phase what is happening in the ovaries?
follicle is getting fully developed
what is secreted in the postovulatory phase? 4
progesterone and estrogens, relaxin and inhibin
LH stimulates ovulation & promotes formation of the corpus luteum which secretes ______, ________, ____&____
estrogen, progesterone, relaxin & inhibin
LH stimulates ____ cells to secrete testosterone
leydig
FSH stimulates ________
spermatogenesis
spermatogenesis cannot happen without ______
testosterone
if sperm production is sufficiant sertoli cells release ______
inhibin
the anterior pituitary increases secretion of __ & ___
LH, FSH
ADH stimulates the reabsorption of what?
and stimulates ______
H2O, thirst
the sodium levels in the blood are controlled by _______, ___, ___
aldosterone, ANP, ADH
bicarbonate is an _____-_____ _____ in plasma
acid-based buffer
phosphate are important intracellular _____
anions