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Life Span Development I Chapter 12

Life Span Development I Chapter 12

Life Span Development I Chapter 12. Dr. Arra. Theories of Child Development. Psychoanalytic Freud 3 structures to personality ID: instinctual, raw, primal, amoral, unconscious structure EGO: deals with demands of reality reasons and makes decisions

By zaide
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Animal Reproduction

Animal Reproduction

Animal Reproduction. Extension beyond the Textbook. Conditions for Fertilization. Anatomy of Male & Female must be compatible Female must be in Heat Egg must be mature. What is the function of the Male?. produce large numbers of live sex cells (spermatozoa) contribute 1/2 chromosomes.

By peony
(225 views)

Chapter 17:

Chapter 17:

Chapter 17:. Biosocial Development in Early Adulthood. Michael Hoerger. Death. Deaths due to disease are low in early adulthood, increase with age Violent deaths peak in early adulthood Car accidents, homicide, and suicide Lower overall rates for Asian Americans

By ruana
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Human Embryology

Human Embryology

Human Embryology. Fertilization. Fertilization - results in a zygote -requires the sperm & egg nucleus to fuse . Sperm Structure. Sperm - made of 3 parts head - contains haploid nucleus & acrosome (enzymes that allow sperm to penetrate the egg)

By judah
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Days 1-5 Menstruation

Days 1-5 Menstruation

Days 1-5 Menstruation. Menstruation occurs and the lining of the uterus, with a small amount of blood, leaves the body. At this time another egg is maturing in the ovary. . Days 6-15 After Menstruation.

By monique
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Health matters! How our bodies change Lesson 5

Health matters! How our bodies change Lesson 5

Health matters! How our bodies change Lesson 5. The Female Body. The female body. Inside the ovaries there are up to 2 million eggs that will be released monthly when a girl reaches puberty.

By woods
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Glossary of Maternity and Gynecology

Glossary of Maternity and Gynecology

Glossary of Maternity and Gynecology. Dr. Amina M. R. El-Nemer Maternity and Gynecology Nursing Dep. Faculty of Nursing. Mission statement of the Maternity Course.

By amato
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Reproductive REview

Reproductive REview

Reproductive REview. Where are sperm formed?. Epidiymis Sertoli Cells Celly of Leydig Seminiferous Tubules. After an egg becomes implanted, before the placenta forms (around week 4) it is called a . Embryo Zygote Blastula Ovum. How many egg cells are formed during oogenesis ?. 1

By emmet
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Topic 6 and 11 – Human Health and Physiology

Topic 6 and 11 – Human Health and Physiology

Topic 6 and 11 – Human Health and Physiology. Topic 6.6/11.4 - Reproduction. Sexual Reproduction - Overview. Basic process: make gamete (sperm) fertilizing a female gamete (egg or ovum) Cellular union ensures that half of the genetic make-up of the resulting zygote is from each parent.

By ahanu
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Reproductive Systems

Reproductive Systems

Reproductive Systems. Anatomy of Female. A. Ovaries 1. Primary sex organs of the female 2. Produce ova (female gamete) and manufacture female sex hormones (estrogen and progesterone) 3. During the reproductive years, a single follicle in the ovary matures every 28 days with an ovum inside

By zared
(143 views)

Embryology

Embryology

Embryology. LMRFC –Revision Session. Fertilization. Sperm. Oocyte. +. Zygote. Cleavage. Morula. Compaction. Blastocyst. A-Pre-embryonic. B- E mbryonic. C-Foetal. P regnancy weeks calculated from date of Last Menstrual Period i.e . conception weeks +2, so term is 40 pregnancy weeks.

By baina
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Anatomy

Anatomy

Anatomy. External parts of female reproductive system. 1. vulva. Passageway from the uterus outside the body. 2. vagina. 3. cervix. Opening of the uterus Dilates during birth. 4. uterus. Organ that baby grows and develops in during pregnancy. 5. endometrium. Lining of the uterus

By donoma
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Reproductive Health

Reproductive Health

Reproductive Health. Junior Health. Daily Recording Calendar Current Event Article Due Friday Identical Twins Vs. Fraternal Twins. Do Now. Identical twins are the result of a single fertilized egg splitting into two separate embryos.

By raoul
(75 views)

How much do you know, really?

How much do you know, really?

How much do you know, really?. Part 1: Label the parts in the diagram (in your journal). 1. 2. 3. 7. 4. 8. 5. 9. 6. Answers. Part 2: Given the terms, put them in order of the places for sperm development and ejaculation. Epididymis Seminiferous tubules Urethra Vas deferens.

By wilmer
(122 views)

Female Sexual Health

Female Sexual Health

Female Sexual Health. One of the changes that happens when females go through puberty is called “ovulation.” Ovulation starts at puberty and continues as long as a woman is fertile—which means as long as she is able to become pregnant.

By moana
(79 views)

The Female Reproductive System

The Female Reproductive System

By: Ryan Burke . The Female Reproductive System. The Female Reproduction System.

By ghalib
(40 views)

Reviewing The Chart & Abdominal Incisions

Reviewing The Chart & Abdominal Incisions

Reviewing The Chart & Abdominal Incisions. Week 8. REVIEWING THE CHART. Pre-Operative Check List. Purpose: Correct patient Correct surgeon Correct procedure Correct location. Patient Identification Verbally ID bracelet. Reviewed Nursing history

By gilead
(137 views)

Chapter 18: Life cycles and reproductive strategies

Chapter 18: Life cycles and reproductive strategies

Chapter 18: Life cycles and reproductive strategies. Birth Control. Birth Control. After intercourse, only a few hundred thousand of the millions of sperm ejaculated into the vagina will make it to the uterus. Only a few hundred sperm will reach the ends of the Fallopian tubes.

By dominy
(98 views)

Chapter 26a

Chapter 26a

Chapter 26a. Reproduction and Development. About this Chapter. Sex determination and differentiation Gametogenesis and patterns of reproduction Male reproductive development and physiology Female reproductive development and physiology Pregnancy and the birth process

By dinesh
(201 views)

Menstruation

Menstruation

Menstruation. What are periods?. Brainstorm what we think we know about periods:. Mum. DAUGHTER. SISTER. wife. Girlfriend. Why do girls get periods?. G etting your period means that your body has prepared itself to be able to hold a fertilised egg, enabling you to make a baby. .

By azura
(224 views)

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