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Title: 4.3.2 Hormonal Changes Throughout the Menstrual Cycle
Author: La Barbera, Andrew R.; Marsh, Karen; Sliney, Kyle
Description: GOAL: To describe the coordinated changes in the components of the female reproductive system throughout the menstrual cycle and identify the causes and effects of menopause. 4.2 Objective: To describe the cellular changes in the components of the female reproductive tract throughout the menstrual cycle. 4.3.2 Hormonal Changes throughout the Menstrual Cycle (Animation) -How do plasma levels of FSH, LH, estradiol, progesterone, and inhibin change throughout the menstrual cycle? -How do estradiol and insulin-like growth factor I enhance follicular growth? -How does inhibin decrease secretion of FSH? -What is the mechanism by which the preovulatory surge of LH and FSH is triggered? -Do follicles complete development and ovulate during the luteal phase in humans? -What prolongs the lifespan of the corpus luteum if the ovulated oocyte is fertilized? -What causes the postovulatory rise in basal body temperature? TO HEAR AUDIO, EXTRACT ALL FILES AFTER DOWNLOADING ZIP FILE.
Bookmark: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/184
Date: 2007-02-06

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