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The reproductive system

The Reproductive System

Male Anatomy

Male Physiology

Female Anatomy

Female Physiology

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FINAL ROUND


Male anatomy 100 question

Male Anatomy: $100 Question

  • Sperm cells develop in this region of the testis:

  • a. efferent ductules

  • b. interstitial cells (Leydig cells)

  • c. rete testis

  • d. seminiferous tubules

  • e. tunica albuginea

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Male anatomy 100 answer

Male Anatomy: $100 Answer

  • Sperm cells develop in this region of the testis:

  • a. efferent ductules

  • b. interstitial cells (Leydig cells)

  • c. rete testis

  • d. seminiferous tubules

  • e. tunica albuginea

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Male anatomy 200 question

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  • All of the following are part of the spermatic cord EXCEPT this:

  • a. testicular artery

  • b. lymphatic vessels

  • c. ductus (vas) deferens

  • d. ejaculatory duct

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Male anatomy 200 answer

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  • All of the following are part of the spermatic cord EXCEPT this:

  • a. testicular artery

  • b. lymphatic vessels

  • c. ductus (vas) deferens

  • d. ejaculatory duct

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Male anatomy 300 question

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  • From the ejaculatory duct, sperm cells travel directly into this:

  • a. seminal vesicle

  • b. prostatic urethra

  • c. spongy (penile) urethra

  • d. membranous urethra

  • e. ductus (vas) deferens

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Male anatomy 300 answer

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  • From the ejaculatory duct, sperm cells travel directly into this:

  • a. seminal vesicle

  • b. prostatic urethra

  • c. spongy (penile) urethra

  • d. membranous urethra

  • e. ductus (vas) deferens

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Male anatomy 400 question

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  • These erectile columns form the dorsal surface and sides of the penis:

  • a. corpus spongiosum

  • b. corpora cavernosa

  • c. crus of the penis

  • d. glans penis

  • e. root of the penis

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Male anatomy 400 answer

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  • These erectile columns form the dorsal surface and sides of the penis:

  • a. corpus spongiosum

  • b. corpora cavernosa

  • c. crus of the penis

  • d. glans penis

  • e. root of the penis

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Male anatomy 500 question

Male Anatomy: $500 Question

  • Given these cells: 1. primary spermatocytes2. secondary spermatocytes3. spermatids4. spermatogonia5. sperm cellsArrange the cells in the order in which they are produced during spermatogenesis.

  • a. 1,2,3,4,5 c. 3,1,2,4,5

  • b. 2,1,3,5,4 d. 4,1,2,3,5

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  • Given these cells: 1. primary spermatocytes2. secondary spermatocytes3. spermatids4. spermatogonia5. sperm cellsArrange the cells in the order in which they are produced during spermatogenesis.

  • a. 1,2,3,4,5 c. 3,1,2,4,5

  • b. 2,1,3,5,4 d. 4,1,2,3,5

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Male physiology 100 question

Male Physiology: $100 Question

  • This is a function of FSH in the male:

  • a. inhibit progesterone

  • b. initiate testosterone production

  • c. increase protein synthesis

  • d. initiate spermatogenesis

ANSWER

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Male physiology 100 answer

Male Physiology: $100 Answer

  • This is a function of FSH in the male:

  • a. inhibit progesterone

  • b. initiate testosterone production

  • c. increase protein synthesis

  • d. initiate spermatogenesis

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Male physiology 200 question

Male Physiology: $200 Question

  • The interstitial cells (cells of Leydig) of the testes produce this:

  • a. seminal fluid

  • b. stereocilia

  • c. sperm cells

  • d. testosterone

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Male physiology 200 answer

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  • The interstitial cells (cells of Leydig) of the testes produce this:

  • a. seminal fluid

  • b. stereocilia

  • c. sperm cells

  • d. testosterone

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Male physiology 300 question

Male Physiology: $300 Question

  • Testosterone has all of these effects on males except:

  • a. hair growth stimulation

  • b. increased protein synthesis

  • c. increased metabolic rate

  • d. growth of corpus luteum

  • e. deepening of voice

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Male physiology 300 answer

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  • Testosterone has all of these effects on males except:

  • a. hair growth stimulation

  • b. increased protein synthesis

  • c. increased metabolic rate

  • d. growth of corpus luteum

  • e. deepening of voice

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Male physiology 400 question

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  • This occurs in the male before puberty:

  • a. FSH levels are higher than after puberty

  • b. LH levels are higher than after puberty

  • c. GnRH release is inhibited by testosterone

  • d. all of the above

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  • This occurs in the male before puberty:

  • a. FSH levels are higher than after puberty

  • b. LH levels are higher than after puberty

  • c. GnRH release is inhibited by testosterone

  • d. all of the above

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Male physiology 500 question

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  • This is consistent with erection of the penis:

  • a. parasympathetic stimulation

  • b. dilation of arterioles

  • c. engorgement of sinusoids with blood

  • d. occlusion of veins

  • e. all of the above

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Male physiology 500 answer

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  • This is consistent with erection of the penis:

  • a. parasympathetic stimulation

  • b. dilation of arterioles

  • c. engorgement of sinusoids with blood

  • d. occlusion of veins

  • e. all of the above

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Female anatomy 100 question

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  • This ligament associated with the ovaries helps to connect them with the posterior body wall:

  • a. ovarian

  • b. suspensory

  • c. round

  • d. broad

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Female anatomy 100 answer

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  • This ligament associated with the ovaries helps to connect them with the posterior body wall:

  • a. ovarian

  • b. suspensory

  • c. round

  • d. broad

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Female anatomy 200 question

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  • This tubular portion of the uterus extends downward into the upper part of the vagina:

  • a. fornix

  • b. cervix

  • c. fundus

  • d. isthmus

  • e. rugae

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Female anatomy 200 answer

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  • This tubular portion of the uterus extends downward into the upper part of the vagina:

  • a. fornix

  • b. cervix

  • c. fundus

  • d. isthmus

  • e. rugae

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Female anatomy 300 question

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  • This female structure is the homolog of the male penis:

  • a. vagina

  • b. clitoris

  • c. vestibule

  • d. labia majora

  • e. hymen

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Female anatomy 300 answer

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  • This female structure is the homolog of the male penis:

  • a. vagina

  • b. clitoris

  • c. vestibule

  • d. labia majora

  • e. hymen

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Female anatomy 400 question

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  • This clear glycoprotein layer is between the oocyte and the granulosa cells of an ovarian follicle:

  • a. theca interna

  • b. theca externa

  • c. antrum

  • d. zona pellucida

  • e. corona radiata

ANSWER

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Female anatomy 400 answer

Female Anatomy: $400 Answer

  • This clear glycoprotein layer is between the oocyte and the granulosa cells of an ovarian follicle:

  • a. theca interna

  • b. theca externa

  • c. antrum

  • d. zona pellucida

  • e. corona radiata

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Female anatomy 500 question

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  • This statement best describes the formation of a polar body during the process of oogenesis:

  • a. is formed before fertilization

  • b. is formed after fertilization

  • c. normally receives most of the cytoplasm of the cell

  • d. both a and b

  • e. all of these

ANSWER

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Female anatomy 500 answer

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  • This statement best describes the formation of a polar body during the process of oogenesis:

  • a. is formed before fertilization

  • b. is formed after fertilization

  • c. normally receives most of the cytoplasm of the cell

  • d. both a and b

  • e. all of these

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Female physiology 100 question

Female Physiology:$100 Question

  • This layer is shed during menses:

  • a. myometrium

  • b. perimetrium

  • c. basal layer of endometrium (stratum basalis)

  • d. functional layer of endometrium (stratum functionalis)

  • e. both c and d

ANSWER

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Female physiology 100 answer

Female Physiology:$100 Answer

  • This layer is shed during menses:

  • a. myometrium

  • b. perimetrium

  • c. basal layer of endometrium (stratum basalis)

  • d. functional layer of endometrium (stratum functionalis)

  • e. both c and d

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Female physiology 200 question

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  • Of a 28-day menstrual cycle (ovarian cycle), ovulation occurs on about this day:

  • a. 1

  • b. 7

  • c. 14

  • d. 20

  • e. none of these

ANSWER

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Female physiology 200 answer

Female Physiology: $200 Answer

  • Of a 28-day menstrual cycle (ovarian cycle), ovulation occurs on about this day:

  • a. 1

  • b. 7

  • c. 14

  • d. 20

  • e. none of these

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Female physiology 300 question

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  • In the ovarian cycle, progesterone levels would be at its highest levels during this time:

  • a. during the menstrual phase

  • b. just prior to ovulation

  • c. just after ovulation

  • d. late in the postovulatory phase

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Female physiology 300 answer

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  • In the ovarian cycle, progesterone levels would be at its highest levels during this time:

  • a. during the menstrual phase

  • b. just prior to ovulation

  • c. just after ovulation

  • d. late in the postovulatory phase

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Female physiology 400 question

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  • This statement best describes the fate of the corpus luteum if fertilization does not occur:

  • a. is expelled into the pelvic cavity

  • b. begins to secrete low levels of FSH

  • c. degenerates into the corpus albicans

  • d. continues to secrete progesterone until the next ovulation

ANSWER

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Female physiology 400 answer

Female Physiology: $400 Answer

  • This statement best describes the fate of the corpus luteum if fertilization does not occur:

  • a. is expelled into the pelvic cavity

  • b. begins to secrete low levels of FSH

  • c. degenerates into the corpus albicans

  • d. continues to secrete progesterone until the next ovulation

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Female physiology 500 question

Female Physiology:$500 Question

  • During the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle, you normally expect this:

  • a. maximum levels of progesterone

  • b. a follicle present in the ovary that is ready to undergo ovulation

  • c. that the endometrium reaches its greatest degree of development

  • d. both a and b

  • e. both a and c

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Female physiology 500 answer

Female Physiology:$500 Answer

  • During the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle, you normally expect this:

  • a. maximum levels of progesterone

  • b. a follicle present in the ovary that is ready to undergo ovulation

  • c. that the endometrium reaches its greatest degree of development

  • d. both a and b

  • e. both a and c

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Grab bag 100 question

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  • The process of the crossing-over of genes occurs during this:

  • a. meiosis I

  • b. meiosis II

  • c. spermiogenesis

  • c. telophase

ANSWER

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Grab bag 100 answer

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  • The process of the crossing-over of genes occurs during this:

  • a. meiosis I

  • b. meiosis II

  • c. spermiogenesis

  • c. telophase

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Grab bag 200 question

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  • A Pap smear is used to detect the presence of abnormal cells here:

  • a. urethra

  • b. ovary

  • c. cervix

  • d. vagina

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  • A Pap smear is used to detect the presence of abnormal cells here:

  • a. urethra

  • b. ovary

  • c. cervix

  • d. vagina

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Grab bag 300 question

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  • Following ovulation, a human egg cell can survive approximately this long:

  • a. 1 hour

  • b. 12 hours

  • c. 24 hours

  • d. 72 hours

  • e. 1 week

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Grab bag 300 answer

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  • Following ovulation, a human egg cell can survive approximately this long:

  • a. 1 hour

  • b. 12 hours

  • c. 24 hours

  • d. 72 hours

  • e. 1 week

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Grab bag 400 question

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  • The hormone oxytocin aids the birth process by stimulating this:

  • a. fetal muscular movements

  • b. uterine wall contractions

  • c. an increase in progesterone secretion

  • d. an increase in estrogen secretion

ANSWER

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  • The hormone oxytocin aids the birth process by stimulating this:

  • a. fetal muscular movements

  • b. uterine wall contractions

  • c. an increase in progesterone secretion

  • d. an increase in estrogen secretion

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Grab bag 500 question

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  • This gland secretes a thick mucus like substance that contains fructose to nourish sperm cells, fibrinogen to cause semen to clot and prostaglandins that cause uterine contractions:

  • a. prostate

  • b. epididymis

  • c. bulbourethral gland (Cowper’s)

  • d. seminal vesicle

  • e. testis

ANSWER

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Grab bag 500 answer

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  • This gland secretes a thick mucus like substance that contains fructose to nourish sperm cells, fibrinogen to cause semen to clot and prostaglandins that cause uterine contractions:

  • a. prostate

  • b. epididymis

  • c. bulbourethral gland (Cowper’s)

  • d. seminal vesicle

  • e. testis

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Final round question

FINAL ROUND Question

  • This statement best describes why a woman who is taking birth-control pills that consist of only progesterone experiences the hot flash symptoms of menopause:

  • a. inhibits GnRH in the hypothalamus

  • b. lack of LH prevents ovulation

  • c. lack of FSH prevents development of the follicles

  • d. inadequate estrogen production

  • e. all of these

ANSWER

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Final round answer

FINAL ROUND Answer

  • This statement best describes why a woman who is taking birth-control pills that consist of only progesterone experiences the hot flash symptoms of menopause:

  • a. inhibits GnRH in the hypothalamus

  • b. lack of LH prevents ovulation

  • c. lack of FSH prevents development of the follicles

  • d. inadequate estrogen production

  • e. all of these

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