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Its function is to bring the testicle closer to the body to warm it or allow it to fall away from the body to cool it, thus promoting normal sperm production. The average man is taller than the average woman at maturity because of. A longer period of skeletal growth. Earlier development of secondary sexual characteristics. Earlier onset of growth spurt. Starting puberty at an earlier age. The mans greater height at maturity is the combined result of beginning the growth spurt at a later age and continuing it for a longer period.
Girls develop earlier than boys. Boys growth spurts start at a later age. Girls start puberty approximately 6 months to 1 year earlier than boys. A young female patient comes to the health unit at school to discuss her irregular periods. In providing education regarding the female reproductive cycle, the nurse describes the regular and recurrent changes related to the ovaries and the uterine endometrium.
Although this is generally referred to as the menstrual cycle, the ovarian cycle includes which phases? Select all that apply. The follicular phase is the period during which the ovum matures. It begins on day 1 and ends around day The ovulatory phase occurs near the middle of the cycle, approximately 2 days before ovulation. After ovulation and under the influence of the luteinizing hormone, the luteal phase corresponds with the last 12 days of the menstrual cycle.
The proliferative and secretory phases are part of the endometrial cycle. The proliferative phase takes place during the first half of the ovarian cycle when the ovum matures. The secretory phase occurs during the second half of the cycle when the uterus is prepared to accept the fertilized ovum.
These are followed by the menstrual phase if fertilization does not occur. A number of major hormones are necessary for healthy reproduction to occur.
These hormones are produced by a number of different organs. The anterior pituitary gland is responsible for producing select all that apply. Follicle-stimulating hormone FSH.
Luteinizing hormone LH. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone GnRH. FSH and LH are both produced by the anterior pituitary gland. Both of these hormones assist in the stimulation and maturation of the ovarian follicle.
Prolactin is also produced by the anterior pituitary and is required for milk production lactogenesis to occur.
Oxytocin is produced by the posterior pituitary gland and is responsible for stimulating uterine contractions during birth. A womans ability to reproduce decreases over a period of years.
The climacteric refers to the physical and emotional changes that occur at the end of the reproductive period. In most women this occurs between the ages of 45 and At this time, maturation of ova and production of ovarian hormones declines.
Menopause describes the final menstrual period. The terms menopause and climacteric are often used interchangeably.SparkNotes is here for you We’ve got everything you need to ace (or teach!) online classes and beat boredom while you’re social distancing.