Reproductive System

January 18, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Science, Health Science, Immunology
Share Embed Donate


Short Description

Download Reproductive System...

Description

Chapter 21 Image Slides

Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.

1

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.1 Male Reproductive System Describe the path of sperm from the testes to the urethra. List the organs that produce components of seminal fluid. Analyze the role of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, and testosterone in male sexual reproduction. 21.2 Female Reproductive System Identify where an oocyte is produced and how it is transported to the uterus. Describe the major components of the female external genitalia. Describe the events that occur during a female orgasm. 21.3 Ovarian and Uterine Cycles List the stages of the ovarian cycle and explain what is occurring in each stage. Describe the process of oogenesis. Summarize how estrogen and progesterone affect the uterus. Describe changes that occur in the uterus during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. 21.4 Control of Reproduction Distinguish several birth control methods that are designed to prevent ovulation from those that prevent fertilization. Summarize the birth control methods that are effective at preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Describe two medications used as emergency contraceptives. 21.5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases List the specific cause and common symptoms of three STDs that are caused by viruses and three caused by bacteria. Describe how HIV specifically affects the immune system and how this explains the three categories of HIV infection. Discuss four types of antiretroviral drugs. Explain why antibiotics should not be used to treat viral infections. 21.6 Other Disorders of the Reproductive System Describe some common disorders of the male reproductive system. Describe some common disorders of the female reproductive system. Discuss four assisted reproductive technologies that can help infertile couples conceive a child. 2

Co 21

3

Fig. 21.1

4

Table 21.1

5

Fig. 21.2

6

Fig. 21.3

7

Fig. 21.4

8

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.1 Male Reproductive System Describe the path of sperm from the testes to the urethra. List the organs that produce components of seminal fluid. Understand the relationships of the following hormones: gonadotropinreleasing hormone, luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, and testosterone, and their role in male sexual reproduction.

9

Fig. 21.5

10

Table 21.2

11

Fig. 21.6

12

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.2 Female Reproductive System Identify where an oocyte is produced and how it is transported to the uterus. Describe the major components of the female external genitalia.

13

Fig. 21.7

14

Fig. 21.8

15

Table 21.3

16

Fig. 21.9

17

Fig. 21.10

18

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.3 Ovarian and Uterine Cycles List the stages of the ovarian cycle and explain what is occurring in each stage. Describe the process of oogenesis. Summarize how estrogen and progesterone affect the uterus. Describe changes that occur in the uterus during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause.

19

Table 21.4

20

Fig. 21.11

21

LEARNING OUTCOMES Distinguish several birth control methods that are designed to prevent ovulation from those that prevent fertilization. Summarize the birth control methods that are effective at preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

22

Fig. 21.13

23

Fig. 21.15

24

Fig. 21.16

25

Fig. 21.17

26

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases List the specific cause and common symptoms of a STD that are caused by viruses and one caused by bacteria. Describe how HIV specifically affects the immune system and how this explains the three categories of HIV infection. Explain why antibiotics should not be used to treat viral infections.

27

Fig. 21.18

28

Fig. 21.19

29

LEARNING OUTCOMES 21.6 Other Disorders of the Reproductive System Describe a common disorder of the male reproductive system. Describe a common disorder of the female reproductive system.

30

31

View more...

Comments

Copyright � 2017 NANOPDF Inc.
SUPPORT NANOPDF