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Biol 1108 - Principles Bio Ii

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BIOL 1108 Edition 1nd Lecture 19 Outline of Last Lecture I Learning Objectives II Blood Sugar Regulation III IV Hormones that Regulate Blood Sugar Diabetes Mellitus V Calcium Regulation VI Hormones that Regulate Calcium Outline of Current Lecture I Learning Objectives II In The News III Sexual Variation IV Asexual Mechanism V Sexual Mechanism VI Reproductive Organs Produce and Transport Gametes VII Human Reproduction VIII Sex Hormones IX Reproductive Process in Females Current Lecture I Learning Objectives 1 Be able to These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II III IV V Compare and contrast asexual and sexual reproduction adaptations in animals Compare and contrast male and female gamete production Compare and contrast male and female hormones and cycles Compare and contrast menstrual and estrous cycles Know the four stages of embryonic development common to animals In The News How might drinking diet soda raise our risk of becoming diabetic According to a Nature article diet sodas may be a cause of metabolic diseases due to changing the microbiome of the gut Scientists in Israel tested on mice to see the effects of pure sugar and artificial sugar Those fed with artificial sweeteners like sucralose formed an intolerance to glucose Artificial sweeteners in our everyday products saccharine sucralose aspartame Blood glucose levels in mice exposed to acceptable daily intake of saccharin compared to glucose in water Effects of antibiotics on glucose intolerance by mice bacteria communities in mice relative to exposure to artificial saccharin or controls 3 month sugar concentration and blood levels in humans exposed to non caloric artificial sweeteners Sexual Variation 1 Individuals can change sex during their lifetime 2 Individuals can function as males and females 3 In a population there may only be a few reproductive individuals 4 Animals reproduce sexually



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