DQ#1/Due Day 2/Main Forum:
You specialize in prenatal care and Mary, one of your patients, just discovered she is pregnant. She’s very curious about how the sex of her baby will be determined. Discuss with Mary the neuroendocrine system’s involvement with sexual development.
After posting your response to discussion question one, review a classmate’s response and play the role of Mary.
Post a message asking the classmate a question about their description. Then, choose a question written by a classmate and answer it. To start, the testes are responsible for the production of sperm cells. The ovaries are responsible for the production of eggs. When the two combine, the form a zygote which will contain all of the information for the normal growth of a complete adult organism. Each cell of the body contains 23 pairs of chromosomes except the ova and sperm cell which only carry half in order to make up the 23 pairs combined. When sperm contains the X chromosomes, the end result will be a girl. If the sperm carries the Y chromosome, the end result will be a boy
Hello Mary your question is how the sex of your baby will be determined. Since the male and the female both release the same amount of chromosomes it depends on which ones reach each other. The male releases sperm and the female releases eggs. Once the sperm comes in contact with the egg the baby is being produced. The male determines what the sex of the baby will be. The x chromosomes are females and the y chromosomes are male. The is part of the neuroendocrine system’s involvement with sexual development.
DQ#2/Due Day 4/Main Forum:
Describe how hormones masculinize or feminize sexual development and behavior.
After posting your response to discussion question two, review your classmates’ posts and expand on their descriptions.
Gonadal hormones are responsible for the production and release of hormones. The two main hormones...
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