Reproduction in the female mammal proceedings. by Easter School in Agricultural Science (13th 1966 University of Nottingham)

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  • Reproduction,
  • Mammals -- Physiology

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StatementEdited by G. E. Lamming and E. C. Amoroso.
ContributionsLamming, G. E. 1927-, Amoroso, Emmanuel C.
LC ClassificationsQP251 .E35 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 583 p.
Number of Pages583
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17757627M

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Reproduction in Mammals A. Introduction 1. The organs of the male and female reproductive systems ensure the continuation of the species.

They do this by producing gametes and by providing a method by which the gametes of the male (i.e., spermatozoa) can be united with a gamete (i.e., ovum) of the female.

The book opens with the authors’ definition of what constitutes a female perspective and an examination of the evolution of reproduction in mammals. It then outlines the typical individual mammalian female: her genetics, anatomy, and physiology. Reproduction in Male: The position of testes in bats varies between species and with the reproductive stage.

Testes may descend from the abdomen to the inguinal canal during the breeding season as in Nycteris hispida or they may descend into the postanal scrotal sacs in the breeding season. The mammalian female reproductive system likewise contains two main divisions: the vagina and uterus, which act as the receptacle for the sperm, and the ovaries, which produce the female's of these parts are always internal.

The vagina is attached to the uterus through the cervix, while the uterus is attached to the ovaries via the Fallopian tubes. An example of an oviparous mammal is the platypus.

In some mammals, the zygote does not develop fully within the uterus Reproduction in the female mammal book completes development within a special structure called pouch as in the marsupials eg kangaroo.

In most mammals however, the zygote develops fully into a young mammal which resembles that adult. The book opens with the authors’ definition of what constitutes a female perspective and an examination of the evolution of reproduction in mammals.

It then outlines the typical individual mammalian female: her genetics, anatomy, and cturer: Johns Hopkins University Press. The conception of human life and the propagation of the species has long been a subject of curiosity in all civilizations. Although much is now known about the biology of reproduction, a great deal remains to be discovered about the diseases and disorders that can damage the reproductive system.

Ethical concerns surrounding the issues of birth control and Reviews: 2. Pages in category "Mammal female reproductive system" The following 81 pages are in this category, out of 81 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Ampulla of Fallopian tube. Anovulatory cycle. Anterior fornix erogenous zone. Anterior lip (cervix) Arias-Stella reaction. Bartholin's gland. Broad ligament of the uterus. for the successful reproduction of healthy offspring.

Parts of the Reproductive System The reproductive system of the female is very different from that of the male of the same species. However, all female mammals have a similar system.

The reproductive system of the cow can therefore be used as a general example. Cow – A cow is a female bovine.

Reproductive Processes. (Book Reviews: Reproduction in the Female Mammal. Proceedings of the 13th Easter School in Agricultural Science, Nottingham, England, ; Biology of Gestation.

Vol. 1, The Maternal Organism)Author: Elizabeth M. Ramsey. In this, our second edition of Reproduction in Mammals, we are responding to numerous requests for a more recent and rather more detailed treatment of the subject. The first edition was accorded an excellent reception, but the Books 1 to 5 were written twelve years ago and inevitably there have been advances on many fronts since then.

As before, the manner of presentation is. Sexual reproduction in most species is regulated by regular endocrine changes, or cycles, in the female. These cycles begin postnatally, function for variable times and can then decrease or cease entirely.

There are a number of different species-specific female hormonal cycles which can regulate reproduction.

Menstrual Cycle. Immunological Aspects of Reproduction in Mammals contains papers presented during a symposium at the University of Nottingham Easter School. The scholarly presentations provide a wealth of information on the field of reproductive immunology and indicate just how complex this field is and how many questions still remain to be answered.

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The reproductive system of a male mammal provides (1) support for the internal development of the embryo (2) materials through the placenta (3) a means for the delivery of gametes (4) the ovaries for gamete production. Sexual Reproduction. In animals, males and females have different reproductive organs.

The reproductive parts in animals produce gametes that fuse and form a zygote. The zygote develops into a new similar species. The type of reproduction through the fusion of male and female gametes is known as sexual reproduction.

Mammal Reproduction & Development - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives. Living things reproduce in a myriad of ways, whether they're plants or animals. Animal reproductive system, any of the organ systems by which animals reproduce. The role of reproduction is to provide for the continued existence of a species; it is the process by which living organisms duplicate themselves.

Animals compete with other individuals in the environment to maintain themselves for a period of time sufficient to enable them to produce tissue. There is also a complete pack that includes: posters, puzzles, games, flash cards, printables, writing prompts, informational text with comprehension checks assessments, flip book and more.

The Complete Mammal Characteristics Fact Pack includes more than 90 pages. Mammal Characteristics Complete Fact Pack 90+ pages Thanks. The Lone Wolf{e}4/5(96). sionals from nonprofit organizations. Thus, the book is accessible to the specialist as well as to the educated generalist. Scope and Organization This book is a review not only of female mammal reproduction but also of the diversity and scope of reproductive strategies in female mammals.

This is in con -Cited by: 3. The male gametes are sperm and the female gamete is an ovum (pl. ova), or egg. Some animals that are hermaphroditic produce both ova and sperm in organs called ovotestes.

Animal reproductive systems are adapted to carry out the manufacture and storage of gametes, to enable the physical act of mating to take place, and to allow for protection of. The human female reproductive system contains two main parts: the uterus and the ovaries, which produce a woman’s egg cells.

Outline the anatomy of the female reproductive system from external to internal. An female’s internal reproductive organs are the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, and ovary. Two female Komodo dragons, a hammerhead shark, and a blacktop shark have produced parthenogenic young when the females have been isolated from males.

It is possible that the asexual reproduction observed occurred in response to unusual circumstances and would normally not occur. Sexual Reproduction. When the embryo is completed we can see a whole baby mammal in miniature. The second part of gestation is the development of the foetus.

This is a period of growth; the tiny embryo increases in size. The last part of gestation is called birth when the foetus passes out of the female's body.

The period of gestation depends upon the species of. Start studying A Level Biology - Sexual Reproduction in Mammals and Plants. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. and fuse during sexual reproduction. leaving one to grow until it fills the nucellus and.

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Reproduction, process by which organisms replicate themselves. In a general sense reproduction is one of the most important concepts in biology: it means making a copy, a likeness, and thereby providing for the continued existence of gh reproduction is often considered solely in terms of the production of offspring in animals and plants, the more general meaning has far.

technological development for the control of reproduction. Introduction Reproduction is essential for the survival of organisms. Therefore, it is a high priority function of all mammalian species.

Strategies used to perpetuate species vary greatly, but in general, they evolved to improve the success of survival of the offspring. Life history and reproductionSuckling as a defining featurePatterns of reproduction are truly fundamental to mammal biology. This is at once apparent from the word mammal itself.

In all species of the class Mammalia (monotremes, marsupials, and placentals), females suckle their offspring, and almost all of them have teats (mammae) to deliver the products gathered from. Reproduction involves much greater energy expenditure in the female than in the male.

The nourishing of the offspring during pregnancy and lactation and their subsequent rearing to adulthood are the biggest expenditure of energy that a female mammal will make in her lifetime. The mammal reproductive systems are mostly external, while the birds reproductive systems are located inside of the body (in an area known as the vent).

Both animals share the common trait of sexual reproduction, and that both produce eggs. However, thsi leads to another difference. Mammals are born live, while birds are hatched.

bird anatomy. All mammals reproduce sexually—sperm from the male fertilizes the female’s egg. In some mammal species, males establish breeding territories, where they put on displays for the females, showing that they are healthy and strong.

In others, the males fight for the right to mate.Human female reproductive seestem‎ (8 P) Airticles in category "Mammal female reproductive seestem" The follaein 12 pages is in this categerie, oot o 12 awthegither.Tasmanian devils are mammal marsupials, which means a pouch is apart of the mammal's reproduction process.

The female tasmanian devil only has four nipples for feeding, so unfortunately only a few of the babies survive. The babies who do survive latch on to the mother's nipples and stay there for four months.

Then the mother leaves them to go.

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