Reproduction And Development A. Background information 1. Fertilization 2. Cell division B. Embryology 1. Parasites 2. Proteins 3. Appendages
Repro. And Development Continue C. Fertilization 1. Gametes ( Haploid, Diploid) 2. Motile (Sperm) 3. Zygotes 4. Chromosomes D. Cleavage 1. Cytoplasm 2. Organelles
Repro. And Development Continue D. Gastrulation E. Induction 1. Nucleus F. Protostomes and Deuterostomes G. Biogenetic Law 1. Phylum
Reproduction in Vertebrates Reproduction and development of sexual characteristics in vertebrates are controlled directly by the hormones produced in the gonads, estrogens, progesterone and testosterone (King). B. Male Reproduction System 1. Spermatogenesis 2. Spermatocytes 3. Etc.
Vertebrates Cont. A. The Female System 1. To produce ova 2. To produce estrogens and progesterone 3. Oogenesis B. Ovarian Cycle 1. Follicular phase 2. Ovulation 3. Luteal phase C. Hormonal Control of Ovulation
Reproduction in Vertebrates A. Bony Fishes 1. Sexual Maturity 2. Reproductive modes 3. Reproductive behavior 4. Fertilization and embryonic development
Fetal Development in Humans A. The Fetal Period 1. Rapid growth 2. Tissue and Organ Development 3. Secretion 4. Dilation
Reproduction in Invertebrates A. Flatworms 1. Production of millions of eggs 2. Associated with difficulties in dispersing the species B. Reproductive 1. They possess both male and female sex organs 2. The worms practice cross-fertilization
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