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Test_2_A_with_Answers - Test 2 Directions Provide your name...

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Test 2 Directions: Provide your name and answers on the corresponding answer sheet. Answer only 40 questions. Leave 8 questions blank. If you do not leave any questions blank, only the first 40 will be graded. Each answer is worth .5. This test is worth 20% of your final course grade. Provide the infertility problems that occurs for each of the structures or sites (odd#) identified below, and the corresponding Assisted Reproductive Technology (even #) that can be helpful in overcoming that problem. Provide the sexual dysfunction that occurs for each of the structures or sites (odd#) identified below, and the corresponding solution (even #) that can be helpful in overcoming that problem. 1. blocked tubes 2. IVF, surrogate, carrier 3. acidic vagina, vaginismus 4. IVF, GIFT, ZIFT, DIT, therapy, dilators 5. ED 6. Viagra, pump, implants 7. retrograde ejaculation 8. omit
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9. What was the significance of the "Baby M" case? a. It demonstrated the negative results of sex selection techniques. b. It resulted in changes in NIH guidelines regarding embryo research. c. It showed that the cloning of both animals and humans is possible. d . It tested legal and ethical issues surrounding gestational surrogacy. 10. The overall number of multiple births has increased over recent years largely as a result of a. improved male fertility and use of more varied coital positions. b. improved prenatal care among ethnic groups who are more prone to multiple births. c. intercourse at younger ages and a tendency for women to have more sex partners. d. more older women becoming pregnant and increased use of fertility drugs. 11. Juanita undergoes surgery for an ectopic pregnancy. The surgery will a. implant the blastocyst more securely into the endometrium. b. remove the blastocyst from the fallopian tubes or abdominal cavity. c. remove the morula from the uterus before it develops into a blastocyst. d. repair the amnion and chorion. 12. Which of the following factors has NOT been hypothesized as a possible cause of reduced sperm counts? a. Chemical pollutants in the environment b. Differing methods of sperm count analysis c. Frequent masturbation d. Tobacco smoking 13. According to the article “The Falling Age of Puberty in the U.S” by Steingraber, which statement mentioned below is false? a. Over the course of the 20 th century, the mean age of menarche declined farther for Black girls than White girls in the US. b. Average age of pubertal onset in U.S. girls appears to have fallen slower during the last half century than menarche age. c. The fastest rate of decline in mean menarchal ages is occurring among newly industrialized nations. d. In the United States, puberty is starting earlier and unfolding more quickly than it used to. 14. According to Kirby (2002), an effective sexual education curriculum endorses all the
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