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    Functions Of The Reproductive System amulyam.in all quiz answers

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    1 of 17: Sperm production begins in the
    A) Seminiferous Tubules. (46%)
    B) Epididymis. (30%)
    C) Vas Deferens. (14%)
    D) Ejaculatory Duct. (11%)
    Answer : A
    2 of 17: The cell produced by fertilization is called
    A) Gamete (18%)
    B) Embryo (28%)
    C) Fetus (13%)
    D) Zygote (42%)
    Answer : D
    3 of 17: The production of testosterone in the interstitial cells is stimulated by
    A) Inhibin. (12%)
    B) Luteinizing Hormone (LH). (38%)
    C) Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH). (28%)
    D) Progesterone. (22%)
    Answer : B
    4 of 17: Sperm maturation occurs in the
    A) Seminiferous Tubules. (22%)
    B) Epididymis. (40%)
    C) Vas Deferens. (20%)
    D) Urethra. (18%)
    Answer : B
    5 of 17: The layer of the uterine wall that is shed during menstruation is the
    A) Endometrium. (46%)
    B) Myometrium. (23%)
    C) Epimetrium. (18%)
    D) None of the Above. (13%)
    Answer : A
    6 of 17: The external genitalia of the female are collectively called
    A) Labia. (19%)
    B) Clitoris. (26%)
    C) Vulva. (42%)
    D) Mons Pubis. (13%)
    Answer : C
    7 of 17: The hormone that works with estrogen to prepare the endometrium for implantation of a fertilized egg is
    A) LH (18%)
    B) FSH (29%)
    C) ADH (16%)
    D) Progesterone. (38%)
    Answer : D
    8 of 17: The structure between the uterus and the vagina is the
    A) Uterine Tube. (22%)
    B) Cervix. (48%)
    C) Hymen. (21%)
    D) Vulva. (9%)
    Answer : B
    9 of 17: The hormone that stimulates uterine contractions is
    A) Estrogen. (23%)
    B) Granular Cell Carcinoma. (20%)
    C) Oxytocin. (47%)
    D) Progesterone. (10%)
    Answer : C
    10 of 17: This occurs around the preteen and teen years in which males' and females' bodies mature so they are capable of creating new life.
    A) Menopause (21%)
    B) Gestation (21%)
    C) Puberty (49%)
    D) Fusion (9%)
    Answer : C
    11 of 17: The penis becomes erect because:
    A) Spongy Tissue Inside It Fills With Blood (44%)
    B) There is a Hinge Joint Between the Pelvic Bone and the Penile Bone (18%)
    C) There is a Hinge Joint Between the Pelvic Bone and the Penile Bone (19%)
    D) Lubricate the Sperm for More Effective Movement (19%)
    Answer : A
    12 of 17: Which gland enlarges to block urine from leaving the bladder when sperm is ejaculated?
    A) Pancreas (18%)
    B) Prostate (52%)
    C) Penile (20%)
    D) Vas Deferens (10%)
    Answer : B
    13 of 17: Another name for sperm duct is:
    A) Vas Deferens (35%)
    B) Penis (22%)
    C) Epididymis (29%)
    D) Testile (14%)
    Answer : A
    14 of 17: The function of the epididymis next to each testis is to:
    A) Secrete Semen (19%)
    B) Store Sperm Temporarily (45%)
    C) Lubricate the Sperm for More Effective Movement (30%)
    D) It Fills With Urine or Sperm (7%)
    Answer : B
    15 of 17: :Testosterone is the:
    A) Female Sex Hormone (13%)
    B) Male Sex Hormone (57%)
    C) a Chemical Needed for Menopause (24%)
    D) Ovum (6%)
    Answer : B
    16 of 17: The sac containing the testes is the:
    A) Scrotum (36%)
    B) Epididymis (30%)
    C) Testicle (26%)
    D) Prostate Gland (8%)
    Answer : B
    17 of 17: The tube from the urinary bladder through the penis is the:
    A) Urethra (48%)
    B) Sperm Duct (24%)
    C) Vas Deferens (19%)
    D) Testicle (9%)
    Answer : A

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