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    Control of testosterone production and menstrual cycle

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    1. How does mitosis differ from meiosis?
    2. In the male reproductive system, the hypothalamus releases (GnRH) to stimulate the release of (LH) from the anterior pituitary, which then causes (Leydig) cells to produce testosterone. (Use abbreviations.) Please check if answers in parenthesis are correct.
    3. The ovarian and uterine cycles are locked together, such that the (_____)phase in the ovary overlaps with the (_____)phase in the uterus before ovulation and the (_____)phase in the ovary overlaps with (_____) phase in the uterus after ovulation. Please help me fill in the blanks

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    1. In mitosis, cell division happens once and results in diploid ...

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    The solution discusses testosterone production and ovarian/uterine phases of menstrual cycle.