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Chase and Christina were studying for their last anatomy and physiology exam of the semester. After reviewing his notes on meiosis, Chase said, "Well, since meiosis is the same in males and females, I don't need to study the meiosis notes from the female reproductive system lecture." Christina quickly pointed out that he was wrong and that if he reviewed his notes he would see that meiosis was very different in males and females. With some information from previous chapters and after reading chapter 28, explain the major differences between meiosis in males and females. Q1 Explain the differences between meiosis in males and females.
Q2 Predict the effect on the ovarian cycle of administering a relatively large amount of estrogen and progesterone just before the preovulatory LH surge. Also predict the consequences of continually administering high concentrations of GnRH.
Q3 Predict the effect on the endometrium of maintaining high progesterone levels in the circulatory system, including the period of time during which estrogen normally increases following menstruation.
Q4 Compare and contrast clinical age and postovulatory age for fertilization, implantation, beginning of fetal period and parturition.
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