- Gametogenesis - Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis
Women are often blamed for producing female children. Consequently, they are ill-treated and ostracised. How will you address this issue scientifically if you were to conduct an awareness programme to highlight the values involved?
Draw a diagram of the microscopic structure of human sperm. Label the following parts in it and write their functions
(c) Middle piece
The following is the illustration of the sequence of ovarian events (a − i) in a human female
(i) Identify the figure that illustrates ovulation and mention the stage of oogenesis it represents.
(ii) Name the ovarian hormone and the pituitary hormone that have caused the above mentioned event.
(iii) Explain the changes that occur in the uterus simultaneously in anticipation.
(iv) Write the difference between ‘c’ and ‘h’.
(v) Draw a labeled sketch of the structure of a human ovum prior to fertilization.
Identify True/False statements. Correct each false statement to make it true.
Oogenesis takes place in corpus luteum. (True/False)
Explain the development of a secondary oocyte (ovum) in a human female from the embryonic stage upto its ovulation. Name the hormones involved in this process.
How is 'oogenesis' markedly different from 'spermatogenesis' with respect to the growth till puberty in the humans?
Draw a sectional view of human ovary and label the different follicular stages, ovum and Corpus luteum.