BIO 220 Topic 12 Graded Quiz Latest



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BIO 220 Topic 12 Graded Quiz Latest

BIO 220 Topic 12 Graded Quiz Latest


BIO 220 Topic 12 Graded Quiz Latest

Question 1

The cervix is a portion of the

a. vagina.

b. external genitalia.

c. oviduct.

d. uterine tube.

e. uterus.

Question 2

What are the female gametes?

a. oocytes

b. ovaries

c. sperm

d. uterus

Question 3

Which of the following is a function of the vagina?

a. oocyte production

b. reception of penis during intercourse

c. site of fertilization

d. production of estrogen

e. female hormone secretion

Question 4

Hot flashes during the climacteric are thought to be the result of decreased _____ levels.

a. LH

b. FSH

c. estrogen and progesterone

d. progesterone

e. oxytocin

Question 5

What does “A” on the diagram represent?

a. vagina

b. cervix

c. uterus

d. ovary

e. uterine tube

Question 6

The oocyte completes its second meiotic division when…

a. the mature follicle ruptures.

b. it is penetrated by a sperm cell.

c. it is implanted in the uterus.

d. it receives both estrogen and progesterone.

e. ovulation occurs.

Question 7

Of the two million primary oocytes in the ovaries at birth, only about _____ are ovulated.

a. 40

b. 400

c. 2,000

d. 4,000

e. 400,000

Question 8

What does “E” on the diagram represent?

a. vagina

b. cervix

c. uterus

d. ovary e. uterine tube

Question 9

Which of the following portions of the vulva is most superior?

a. clitoris

b. mons pubis

c. vestibule

d. labia majora

e. labia minora

Question 10

The contraceptive method in which the penis is removed from the vagina just before ejaculation is called

a. abstinence.

b. rhythm method.

c. coitus interruptus.

d. douching.

e. vaginal removal.

Question 11

The release of the secondary oocyte from the ovary is called  a. ovulation. b. fertilization. c. sporulation. d. implantation. e. oocyte release.

Question 12

The LH surge initiates

a. menses.

b. ovulation.

c. fertilization.

d. the second trimester of pregnancy.

e. follicle development.

Question 13

Assume a couple has just completed intercourse and sperm have been deposited in the woman’s reproductive tract. Trace the pathway of the sperm through the female reproductive tract to the point where fertilization will most likely occur.

(1) cervix

(2) fallopian tubes

(3) cavity of uterus

(4) vagina

a. 1, 2, 3, 4

b. 4, 1, 3, 2

c. 4, 3, 1, 2

d. 4, 3, 2, 1

e. 1, 3, 2, 4

Question 14

The corpus luteum

a. does not serve any function.

b. is fatty tissue in the ovary.

c. helps in glucose metabolism.

d. regulates the ovarian cycle.

e. degenerates into the corpus alibicans if pregnancy does not occur, is absolutely necessary during the first three months of pregnancy, and produces mostly progesterone, but also some estrogen.

Question 15

Normally, menstruation occurs when

a. blood levels of estrogen increase and progesterone levels decrease rapidly.

b. blood levels of estrogen and progesterone increase rapidly.

c. blood levels of FSH decrease rapidly.

d. the corpus luteum secretes estrogen.

e. blood levels of both female hormones decrease rapidly.

Question 16

Which of the following is NOT an age-related change in the male reproductive system?

a. increase in erectile dysfunction

b. prostatic hypertrophy

c. size and weight of testes decrease

d. decline of sperm production until no more sperm are produced

Question 17


a. increases fallopian tube motility.

b. causes uterine muscle contractions.

c. causes ovulation.

d. causes cellular hypertrophy in the endometrium.

e. causes cellular degeneration in the endometrium.

Question 18

Flag question A primary oocyte with a single layer of granulosa cells is most appropriately called

a. a primordial follicle.

b. a secondary follicle.

c. a mature follicle.

d. the corpus luteum.

e. a graafian follicle.

Question 19

A follicle containing a secondary oocyte and a single fluid-filled antrum is called a _____ follicle.

a. primary

b. Graafian or mature

c. secondary

d. primordial e. tertiary

Question 20

Sexual drive in females

  • is dependent on hormones.
  • can be affected by psychological factors.
  • is influenced by androgens that affect the hypothalamus.
  • is dependent on hormones, can be affected by psychological factors, and is influenced by androgens that affect the hypothalamus.
  • None of these choices is correct.