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 Human Reproduction Online Biology Class 

  • Following is the list of topics that are covered during online biology classes for NEET preparation.

  • After completion of all the topics of the chapter, MCQs based on NEET Pattern questions are discussed.

  • Doubts during the class are also cleared. You can also post your doubts and we will promptly answer it.

25.1 Introduction

  • sexual reproduction in human

  • developmental period

  • developmental periods

  • phases of development/major reproductive events

  • Gametogenesis

  • Insemination

  • Fertilization

  • Cleavage

  • Implantation

  • Placentation

  • Gastrulation

  • Organogenesis

  • Gestation (developmental events till birth)

  • Parturition

  • Human Reproductive System

  • Primary sex organs/gonads

  • Secondary sex organs

  • Reproductive ducts

  • Reproductive glands

  • Accessory/ external sex characters

25.2 Male Reproductive Organs

  • scrotum

  • testes

  • protective coats (tunicae)

  • testicular lobules

  • septum

  • seminiferous tubules

  • functions of sertoli cells

  • other structures

  • Castration

  • Mullerian ducts/paramesonephric ducts

  • Wolffian ducts/archinephric duct/ Leydig’’s duct/ mesonephric duct/nephric duct

  • Interstitial cells

  • genital ducts

  • Intratesticular duct system

  • Tubuli recti

  • Rete testes

  • Ductuli efferentus

  • Extra testicular duct system

  • Vasa efferentia, cilitated ductules

  • Epididymis

  • Vasa deferentia

  • Ejaculatory duct

  • Urethra

  • Sphincters

25.3 Male External Genitalia and Accessory Glands

  • Penis

  • male accessory glands

  • Seminal vesicle

  • Prostate gland

  • Cowper’s gland/bulbourethral gland

  • Other glands

  • Preputial glands/tyson’s gland

25.4 Spermatogenesis

  • spematogenesis

  • Process

  • spermiogenesis

  • Hormonal control

25.5 Structure of Sperm

  • structure of sperm

  • semen

  • male sex act

  • Erection

25.6 Male Reproductive Disorders

  • disorders of male reproductive sytems

  • Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)

  • Prostate cancer

  • Impotence

  • Sterility

  • Inguinal hernia

  • ADAM (Androgen Deficiency in Aging Male)

  • Cryptorchism

  • Hydrocele

25.7 Female Reproductive System

  • ovaries

  • fallopian tubes (oviducts)

  • Infundibulum

  • Ampulla

  • Isthmus

  • Uterine part

  • Uterus

  • Anteflexion

  • vagina

25.8 Female External Genitalia and Glands

  • external genitalia(vulva)

  • glands

25.9  Breasts

  • breasts

  • Mammary glands

  • Glandular tissue

  • Fibrous tissue/CT

  • Fatty or adipose tissue

  • Milk

25.10 Female Reproductive System-Hormonal Control

  • hormonal control of female reproductive sytem

25.11 Oogenesis

  • oogenesis

  • Multiplicative

  • Growth phase

  • Maturation phase

  • ovlulation

  • ovum

  • differentiation of ova

  • During differentiation of oocyte into ovum

  • Changes in nucleus

  • Changes in cytoplasm

25.12 Female Reproductive Disorders

  • disorder of female reproductive system

  • Breast cancer

  • Cervical cancer

  • Oophorocystosis/ovarian cysts

  • Ectopic pregnancy

  • Oophoritis

  • Endometriosis

  • Amenorrhea

  • Menorrhagia

  • Dysmenorrhea

  • Infertility

25.13 Menstrual Cycle

  • menstrual phase/bleeding phase

  • follicular phase/proliferative phase/multiplicative phase

  • ovulation/ovulatory phase

  • luteal phase/secretory phase

  • menopause

  • estrous cycle

25.14 Fertilization

  • fertilzation

  • Capacitation of sperm

  • Syngamy

  • Fertilization at ampullary-isthmic junction

  • Fertilization involves

  • Acrosome reaction

  • Cortical and zona reaction

  • Sperm entry

  • Karyogamy

25.15 Blastulation and Placentation

  • embryonic development

  • Cleavage

  • Morula

  • Blastulation or blastocyst formation

  • Decidua has 3 parts

  • Decidua basalis

  • Decidua capsularis

  • Decidua parietalis

25.16 Gastrulation and Embryonic Development

  • Gastrulation

  • Formation of germinal layers

  • Formation of extra embryonic coelom

  • pregnancy and embryonic development

25.17 Fate of Germ Layers

  • fate of 3 germ layers

25.18 Extra Embryonic Membranes and Placenta

  • extra embryonic membranes

  • chorion

  • amnion

  • allantois

  • yolk sac

  • placenta

25.19 Parturition and Lactation

  • parturition

  • Dilation stage

  • Expulsion stage

  • After birth

  • lactation

25.20 General

  • types of eggs

  • Based on amount of yolk

  • Alecithal

  • Microlecithal

  • Mesolecithal yolk

  • Mega lecithal yolk

  • Based on distribution of yolk

  • Isolecithal

  • Telolecithal

  • Centrolecithal

  • cleavage

  • Determined on amount of yolk

  • Holoblastic

  • Meroblastic

  • Superficial

  • Discoidal

  • On Pattern of cleavage

  • Radial cleavage

  • Biradial cleavage

  • Spiral cleavage

  • Bilateral cleavage

  • Meridoneal cleavage

  • According to concept of potency

  • Indeterminate/ regulative cleavage

  • Determinate/mosaic cleavage

  • laws of cleavage

  • Sach’s law (1877)

  • Hertwing’s law (1881)

  • Balfour’s law (1885)

  • Pyfulger’s law

  • types of blastula

  • Coeloblastula

  • Stereoblastula

  • Superficial blastula

  • Discoblasula

  • gastrulation

  • Epiboly

  • Emboly

  • Involution

  • Invagination

  • Delamination

  • Archenteron

  • foetal membranes

  • Amnion

  • Chorion

  • Allantois

  • Yolk sac

25.21 General

  • types of placenta

  • On the basis of structure-

  • Epithelio-chorial

  • Syndesmo-chorial

  • Endothelio-chorial

  • Haemo-chorial

  • Heamo-endothelial

  • On the basis of nature of uterine wall after parturition

  • Non- deciduous

  • Deciduous

  • Contra-deciduos

  • ON the basis of distribution of villi on the surface, 6 types:

  • Diffuse placenta

  • Cotyledonary placenta

  • Intermediate placenta

  • Zonary placenta

  • Discoidal placenta

  • Metadiscoidal placenta

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