Chapter 11 Quiz - Question 1 1 1 pts The difference between males and females in the sexually dimorphic nucleus is that it is The difference between

Chapter 11 Quiz - Question 1 1 1 pts The difference between...

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Question 11 / 1 ptsThe difference between males and females in the sexually dimorphic nucleus is that it is:The difference between males and females in the sexually dimorphic nucleus is that it is:Correct!larger in males than in females. larger in females than in males. present in males, absent in females. present in females, absent in males. Question 20 / 1 ptsHow does the development of external genitalia differ from the development of the internal reproductive structures?How does the development of external genitalia differ from the development of the internal reproductive structures?You AnsweredReproductive structures are influenced by hormone levels; genitals are not. Reproductive structures for males and females develop from a single unisex structure; genitals develop from separate Wolffian and Müllerian structures.Correct AnswerGenitals for males and females develop from a single unisex structure; reproductive structures develop from separate Wolffian and Müllerian structures.Genital development is controlled by estrogen; the reproductive structures are controlled by androgen.Question 30 / 1 pts
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At the end of the menstrual cycle in women, the levels of LH and FSH ____; the levels ofestradiol and progesterone ____.At the end of the menstrual cycle in women, the levels of LH and FSH ____; the levels ofestradiol and progesterone ____.decrease; increase You Answeredincrease; decrease increase; increase Correct Answerdecrease; decrease Question 40 / 1 ptsIf a female rat is injected with testosterone during the last few days before being born or the first few days afterward, at maturity her:If a female rat is injected with testosterone during the last few days before being born or the first few days afterward, at maturity her:pituitary and ovaries will not produce their hormones.
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