QUIZ10E-07-ans - MULTIPLE CHOICE(3 points each 7 Oogenesis...

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Name _________________________ CH387 Human Physiology 1 May 2007 Quiz #10, E hour – (30 points) MATCHING: (2 points each) 1. ___C___ corpus luteum 2. ___H___ progesterone 3. ___F___ prolactin 4. ___G___ oxytocin 5. ___A___ parturition 6. ___B___ hCG A. the process of birth B. hormone produced by implanted embryo that maintains the corpus luteum during pregnancy C. gland in the uterus that produces estrogen and progesterone D. hormone that inhibits the release of estrogen during pregnancy E. thick layer of noncellular material surrounding the oocyte F. hormone that stimulates milk secretion by the breasts G. hormone that stimulates uterine contractions during childbirth H. hormone secreted by the corpus luteum after ovulation I. the process of growth and proliferation of the uterine endometrium J. hormone that stimulate gametogenesis K. stimulates development of uterine lining
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Unformatted text preview: MULTIPLE CHOICE (3 points each) 7. Oogenesis begins a. before birth b. at puberty c. during menstruation 8. Sperm is produced within the ______ of the testes. a. vas deferens b. seminiferous tubules c. epididymis d. rete testes 9. The function of amniotic fluid is to ______. a. facilitate embryonic development b. protect the uterus from the embryo c. provide nutrients to the developing embryo d. cushion the developing embryo against physical trauma 10. Fertilization occurs in the a. ovary b. uterine tube c. uterus d. vagina 14. 15. What hormone(s) is secreted by the corpus luteum? a. progesterone only b. inhibin only c. estrogens only d. all of the above 16. Within the ovaries, each follicle contains _______. a. a single oocyte b. multiple oocytes c. a single fertilized ovum d. two dense bodies and two ova...
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