Test 2 review 2 - Chapter 5: Conception, Pregnancy, and...

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Chapter 5: Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth Objectives: When you finish reading this chapter, you should be able to: Explain the process of conception. Describe how the fertilized egg develops from a zygote to a blastocyst. Discuss the trimesters of pregnancy, including the fetal development and impact on the expectant mother. List some of the important responsibilities associated with pregnancy. Describe the most common problems associated with pregnancy. Explain the birth experience, including labor and childbirth alternatives. Describe some of the issues faced after the birth of a baby. Explain the typical causes of infertility in females and males. Identify alternatives available for dealing with infertility.
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Chapter 5 Quiz: 1. Egg and sperm are formed by a specialized process called: a. meiosis b. conception c. mitosis d. sexual Reproduction 2. Fertilization takes place in the: a. Fallopian tube b. Ovary c. Uterus d. Cervix 3. The union of the egg and sperm is only the beginning. Over the next several days, on its way to implantation in the uterus, the fertilized egg moves from being called a: a. zygote to morula to blastula to blastocyst b. blastula to zygote to blastocyst to morula c. morula to zygote to blastula to blastocyst d. blastocyst to blastula to morula to zygote 4. A pregnancy test is looking for the presence of ___ in the blood or urine. a. estrogen b. progestin c. H.C.G. d. F.A.S. 5. Quickening would most likely occur during: a. the first trimester of pregnancy b. the third trimester of pregnancy c. the time of pregnancy d. the second trimester of pregnancy 6. Any drug, legal or illegal, that can cause a malformation or birth defect in the embryo or fetus is called a: a. prohibitor b. colostrum c. teratogen d. hormone 7. As women age, their eggs also age, and there is an increased chance of having a baby with a chromosomal defect -- the most common being Down's syndrome. a. True b. False 8. Rh incompatibility refers to a condition in which antibodies from the pregnant woman's blood destroy red blood cells in the fetus. a. True b. False 9. This method of childbirth involves the woman and her coach (often her partner) learning how to relax and breathe in patterns that conserve energy and decrease pain. a. hydrotherapy b. sensate focus c. doulas d. lamaze 10. In vitro fertilization refers to fertilization of the egg and sperm in a laboratory before implanting the fertilized egg in the woman's body. a. True b. False
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Chapter 6: Contraception and Abortion Objectives: When you finish reading this chapter, you should be able to: Provide an overview of the history of birth control. Describe the barrier methods of birth control, including the male and female condom, diaphragm, cervical cap, and vaginal sponge. Discuss the one mechanical method of birth control available: the IUD.
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Test 2 review 2 - Chapter 5: Conception, Pregnancy, and...

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