This subject area covers the male reproductive system and the urinary system in addition to the female reproductive system. Female Reproductive System This section focusses on the internal female reproductive organs:
Structure and function of golgi body Describe the ultrastructure of various organelles and inclusion bodies of a typical animal cell Microscopy of human hair from skull Describe the histological appearance of growth of long bones at various stages Describe the process of bone growth Micro-anatomy of compact bone Principle and mechanism of muscular action Ultra structure of striated muscle Reticulo-endothelial system Detailed structural plan of lymph node Microanatomy of thymus Describe microanatomy of pituitary gland Write the Micro anatomy of pituitary.
Discuss the interaction of pituitary with other endocrine glands in the body. Describe microanatomy of pituitary gland.
Add a note on hypothalamo- hypophyseal portal system Describe the modifications in respiratory epithelium in relation to its function Describe the microscopic structure of respiratory tree. Correlate it with its functions Describe modifications in respiratory tract epithelium in relation to function Describe histology of lung Discuss the microscopic anatomy of stomach with functional correlation.
Add a note on its development Portal lobule Give an account of endocrine cells of the gastro-intestinal system Fine structure of renal glomerulus Juxta-glomerular apparatus Describe the microanatomy and development of suprarenal gland Describe microscopic differences between proliferative and secretory endometrium Discuss the microscopic structure of ovary.
Correlate the ovarian cycle with the uterine cycle and add a note on its clinical application.
Write the development and Micro anatomy of ovary. Add a note on its age changes Describe microanatomy of testis.Describe the histological organization of the testis and the process of spermatogenesis in the germinal epithelium of the seminiferous tubule.
Contrast spermatogenesis from spermiogenesis. Draw a sperm cell and label its major parts. Explain the importance of each portion of the duct system and accessory glands of the male reproductive tract.
Embryology of the Testis Parks and Jameson Endocrinology (3)– Human Testicular Development T. Klonisch et al. Developmental Biology () 1– 8 week human 7 week • INSL3 expression in the ovary initiated day 6 after birth.
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The testes or testicles are part of the male genitalia or sexual reproductive organ. It is a structure that is ovoid in shape and between four to six centimeters in length. It is a structure that is ovoid in shape and between four to six centimeters in length.
Rete ovarii: counterpart of rete testis, seen as clefts, tubules, cysts, papillae lined by epithelium, surrounded by spindle cell stroma Walthard cell nests: usually microscopic cystic / solid structures with urothelial type epithelium and variable mucin seen in mesovarium, mesosalpinx and ovarian hilus.