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Unformatted text preview: Human Sexuality Exam II Sample Question Answers 1. Which of the following result from elevated levels of relaxin? A. Increased milk production B. More glucose is available for the fetus C. Pubic bones become more flexible D. Increased rate of maternal metabolism E. B & D 2. In regards to the initiation of labor, which of the following is NOT TRUE? A. Oxytocin is initially provided by the placenta B. Oxytocin receptors are formed in response to elevated estrogen levels C. Myometrial irritability increases as a result of the formation of oxytocin receptors D. The placenta releases prostaglandins E. The posterior pituitary releases oxytocin in response to activation of the hypothalamus by emotional stress 3. The onset of puberty in males is associated with the elevation of which of the following hormones? A. FSH B. LH C. Progesterone D. Testosterone E. A & B 4. Of the following, which can predict the presence and timing of ovulation? A. LH surge testing B. Coital testing C. Luteal progesterone levels D. Endometrial biopsy E. A & C 5. Oxygen levels are highest in which of the fetal structure? A. In fetal lungs B. In the umbilical arteries C. In the umbilical vein D. In the fetal heart E. In the fetal aorta 6. Of the following embryological structures, which permits the blastocyst to burrow into the endometrium? A. Polar body B. Embryonic disc C. Trophoblast D. Morula E. B & C 7. For a developing embryo that is chromosomally male, what would be the consequence of the Y chromosome not producing TDF? A. External phenotype would be female B. Internal phenotype would be female C. Gonadal sex would be female D. A & B E. A, B & C 8. Of the following, which is the correct sequence through which sperm travels from the testis to outside the body? A. Epididymus, ductus deferens, seminal vesicle, ejaculatory duct B. Epididymus, urethra, ductus deferens, ejaculatory duct C. Epididymus, ductus deferens, ejaculatory duct, urethra D. Ejaculatory duct, ductus deferens, epididymus, urethra E. Urethra, ejaculatory duct, ductus deferens, seminal vesicle 9. Of the following assisted reproductive treatments for infertility, which 9....
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