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1

Males have __ (aka mesonephric) ducts

wolffian

2

Primordial germ cells migrate from the extraembryonic ___ ___

yolk sac

3

Primordial germ cells migrate from the extraembryonic ___ ___ and induce ___

yolk sac; gender

4

The short arm of the Y chromosome encodes the ___ cells

sertoli

5

Sertoli cells block ___ because the temperature in utero is too warm

gametogenesis

6

Sertoli cells also produce ___ hormone and cause formation of ____ cells

anti-mullerian; leydig

7

___ helps the seminiferous tubules connect with the outside duct system in males

Testosterone

8

___ helps the seminiferous tubules connect with the mesonephric duct system in males

Testosterone

9

With testosterone, the ___ duct becomes the entire internal male reproductive system

mesonephric

10

__ plays a major role in the epithelial formation of the ____

DHT; prostate

11

DHT [>} Testosterone [?]

[alpha reductase]

12

DHT [>] Testosterone [?]

[alpha reductase]

13

__ plays a major role in the endodermal formation of the ____ (males)

DHT; prostate

14

In males, the urogenital folds fuse to form the ____

scrotum

15

The ___ ____ helps the scrotum move closer/further away from the body depending on the temperature; if left open,, it results in a ___ hernia

processus vaginalis; indirect

16

__ means your genitalia doesn't match your genotype

intersex

17

Female intersex is due to ____ _____ ___ and male is due to a defect in the ___ ____ enzyme

congential adrenal hyperplasia; alpha reductase

18

Genetic males who have completely female external and internal female genitalia have ___ ___ ___- they will also still have male ___

complete androgen insensitivity; testes