Human Sexuality practice test ch.2

Human Sexuality practice test ch.2 - Human Sexuality...

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Human Sexuality 09-230-02 Name __________________________ Exam #2 Oct. 3, 2002 1. Chlamydia is most prevalent among: A. university students. B. inner-city youths. C. prostitutes. D. lesbians. 2. Which of the following is NOT a bacterial sexually transmitted disease? A. chlamydia B. gonorrhea C. syphilis D. genital warts E. nongonococcal urethritis 3. If left untreated, chlamydia in women: A. can cause infertility. B. can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease. C. can include damage to the cervix. D. is often asymptomatic. E. all of the above. 4. Female sterilization usually involves which of the following? A. removal of the uterus B. removal of the ovaries C. tying, cutting, or cauterizing each of the fallopian tubes by reaching through a small incision made in the abdomen D. complete surgical removal of the fallopian tubes E. all of the above 5. Most unwanted pregnancies are the result of:
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A. the male forcing sexual intercourse on the female just to have sex. B. the female forcing sexual intercourse on the male just to try to hold him by getting pregnant. C. the failure of sexually active persons to use contraceptives responsibly. D. being unable to control one's libido. E. none of the above. 6. Of the following, which is NOT a form of contraception? A. abortion B. sterilization C. diaphragm D. condom E. none of the above; all are forms of contraception 7. The Ekiti Yoruba of Nigeria use abortion as a continuum of contraception. The women have an abortion: A. when they are unmarried and have not yet finished their education. B. if they are married and have become pregnant because of an affair. C. without much societal and psychological conflict because they do not believe the “real child” is formed until after the fourth month of pregnancy. D. all of the above. E. answers a and b. 8. Chromosomal material is contained in the _______ of the sperm. Mitochondria are contained in the ______ of the sperm. A. head; midpiece B. midpiece; tail C. midpiece; head D. tail; head E. head; tail 9. Sperm may arrive at the egg as soon as ________ after ejaculation. A. 1 minute B. 5 minutes
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C. 10 minutes D. 1.5 hours E. 3 hours 10. Fertilization occurs in the: A. ovary. B. fallopian tube. C. cervix. D. uterus. E. vagina. 11. Considering the life span of the average sperm and how long the egg is capable of being fertilized, the optimum time for sexual intercourse in order for the egg to be fertilized would be: A. one week before ovulation. B. one to two days before ovulation. C. one to two days after ovulation. D. one week after ovulation. E. just about any time during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle. 12. The ___________ differentiates into the digestive organs. A.
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course BIO 50.230 taught by Professor Wassmer during the Fall '07 term at Bloomsburg.

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