Answer each of the questions below using information gathered from your readings, lectures, and outside research.
Answer each of the questions below using information gathered from your readings, lectures, and outside research. You should provide at least a paragraph response for each of the questions. 1.Explain the pathway sperm take from the seminiferous tubules within the testes to be expelled from the outside of the body. Semen is a mixture of sperm and fluids from the accessory organs of the male reproductive tract. Describe the role of these fluids and what organ they are secreted from. 2.Briefly compare and contrast the ovarian cycle with the uterine cycle. Make sure you include location, main role of each cycle, and how the ovarian cycle influences the uterine cycle. 3.The female and male reproductive systems produce hormones and are highly regulated by hormones. Please briefly explain the role of the following hormones in the male reproductive system: Luteinizing hormone (LH), Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and Testosterone. Please briefly explain the role of the following hormones in the female reproductive system: Luteinizing hormone (LH), Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), Estrogen and Progesterone. 4.What is the importance of the placenta with fetal development? How does the umbilical cord relate to the placenta? 5.How do dominant and recessive alleles help determine your phenotype expressions? How does sex linked (X-linked) inheritance work? Can males, females, or both develop X-linked diseases/disorders? Make sure you provide citations and references for your answers!
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