Mr. Ulrich
Pre-Biology

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Reproduction and Development
Review Outline

Mitosis:
Parts of the cell involved in mitosis
How many cells are present when complete
DNA-chromatin-chromosome
    When does DNA replication take place?
How does this effect chromosome number from parent to daughter cells?
Cancer
    Asexual reproduction
        Binary fission
        Budding
        Sporulation
        Vegetative propagation
        Bulb
        Grafting

Vocabulary

Cell wall
Cytoplasm
Asexual reproduction
Sexual reproduction
Hereditary information
Mitosis
Cloning
DNA
centriole
Nucleus
Budding
Binary fission
Vegetative propagation
Grafting
Sporulation
Chromosome
Chromatin
Chromosome number
Spindles
 

Sexual reproduction:
    external vs internal fertilization
            watery environment (sperm motility)
            number of gametes released (risk factor)
            Examples of each
    external vs internal development
            structures necessary to provide for the developing embryo
                        external egg vs placental organisms
                        examples of internal and external developers (including non-placental mammals)
    Gonads
    Sex cells

Human Reproductive Anatomy
    Be able to identify structures in a diagram
        male = scrotum, epididymus, testicle, vas deferens (vasectomy), Cowpers gland, seminal vessicle, prostate, urethra, penis
        female = ovary, follicle, oviduct (Fallopian tube), uterus, cervix, vagina, urethra
        where does fertilization take place?