Tutorial 10(1) - BIO122 Tutorial 10 (Lecture 10) 1. Which...

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BIO122 Tutorial 10 (Lecture 10) 1. Which of the following statements is Not true about asexual reproduction? a. It occurs with only one parent. b. It is less commonly used by vertebrates. c. It can occur by budding or by division and regeneration. d. A large number of offspring can be produced in this way in a short time. e. It produces variation that allows the species to adapt quickly to changing environmental conditions 2. Asexual reproduction in animals might involve a. fission and budding b. fragmentation and mitosis c. regeneration d. A and B only e. A, B and C 3. Internal and external fertilization both a. produce a zygote b. occur in vertebrates c. occur only in terrestrial animals d. A and B only e. A and C only 4. Which of the following is not required for internal fertilization? a. copulatory organ b. sperm receptacle c. behavioral interaction d. internal development of embryo e. all of the above are necessary for internal fertilization 5. The male reproductive system includes all Except a. testes b. epididymis c. penis d. prostate e. fimbriae BIO122: Tutorial 10 1
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6. Which of the following produce testosterone? a. sperm cells b. hypothalamus c. Leydig cells d. Anterior pituitary e. Seminferous tubules 7. Sperm mature within the a. seminal vesicles b. vas deferens c. seminiferous tubule d. ejaculatory duct e. epididymis 8. Trace the correct path of the sperm during ejaculation. a. urethra - vas deferens - seminal vesicles - testes b. testes - urethra - vas deferens - penis c. seminiferous tubules - epididymis - vas deferens - urethra d. seminiferous tubules - vas deferens - epididymis – urethra e. vas deferens - seminiferous tubules - epididymis – urethra 9. In the human male sperm cells are produced in the a. interstitial tissue b. urethra c. seminiferous tubules d. vas deferens e. seminal vesicles 10. Which association concerning structures in the human male is Incorrect ? a. testes - produce sperm b. vas deferens - carries urine c. prostate gland - seminal fluid d. urethra - conducts sperm 11.What is the main sex hormone in the human male? a. Testosterone b. estrogen c. luteinizing hormone (LH) d. follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) e. Interstitial cell stimulating hormone (ICSH) BIO122: Tutorial 10 2
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12. LH is an abbreviation for luteinizing hormone which was described as a female hormone controlling the ovary. In the male, LH a. does not exist since males lack ovaries. b.
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2009 for the course BIO 150 taught by Professor Kore during the Spring '08 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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Tutorial 10(1) - BIO122 Tutorial 10 (Lecture 10) 1. Which...

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