BSC Questions - 1. The Barthalins glands are homologous to...

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1. The Barthalin’s glands are homologous to the (b) Cowper’s glands. 2. Male circumcision involves removal of the (b) prepuce (foreskin) 3. During ejaculation, muscular contractions leaves force the ejaculatory fluid containing sperm cells out the body via the (a) urethra. 4. The anterior pituitary gland is attached to the brain by (b) blood vessels 5. The inner layer of the uterus which is sloughed off at menstruation and creates the most menstrual discharge is the (c) endomerium 6. The Mullerian ducts when not exposed to any hormones from the testes (c) develop into female structures 7. What is the purpose of the vas derens? (c) Receives sperm cells from the epididymis 8. Endocrinology is the study of ductless glands and their secretions called hormones (a) ductless glands, (b) anterior pituitary gland, (c) the ovaries and testes, (d) hormones, (e) all of the above 9. Which statement below dealing with the relationship between the hypothalamus and anterior and posterior pituitary glands is false? a.
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course NON-MAJOR BSC1005 taught by Professor Dr.quadango during the Spring '10 term at FSU.

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BSC Questions - 1. The Barthalins glands are homologous to...

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