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Animal Science-Reproductive Anatomy

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Reproductive Anatomy Unit Objectives: By the end of this unit, students will be able to…-         Identify the following from both images of the reproductive tract as well as by their descriptions: uterus, vulva, oviduct, cervix, and vagina. -         List the causes of reproductive inefficiency in livestock.-         Compare and contrast natural and artificial insemination.-         Explain how each of the following change during estrus: vulva; oviduct; vagina; ovary.-         Identify and explain the purpose (if any) of each of the following cervical structures: a. Fornix   b.  Annular Rings   c.  Mucus Plug  -         Identify and explain the purpose (if any) of each of the following uterine tissues:a. Perimetrium   b.  Myometrium   c.  Endometrium   d. Caruncles-         Identify and explain the purpose (if any) of each of the following regions in the oviduct: a.  UTJ    b.  Isthmus   c.  Ampulla   d. Infundibulum-         Identify and explain the purpose (if any) of each of the following ovarian structures: a.  Ova    b.  Follicles   c.  Corpus Luteum -         List and describe the signs of estrus in a cow.-         Summarize the causes, symptoms, and implications of each of the following disorders:a. Ovarian Cyst   b.  Anestrus   c.  Freemartin   d.  Blind/Closed Cervix   e.  Dystocia  f. Metritisg. Retained Placenta  h. Anestrus  i.  Uterine Prolapse   j. Vaginal Prolapse   k.  Repeat Breeding
Subject:
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Level:
Career / Technical
Material Type:
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Date Added:
08/14/2018
License:
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0
Language:
English
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