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47. Which of the following is not a function of seminal fluid? A. to provide energy for sperm B. to cause the growth of sperm C. to provide a medium for movement of sperm cells D. to transport prostaglandins that promote uterine contraction 49. After leaving the ovary, the next structure that Y(second oocyte) will enter is the A. uterus. B. cervix. C. oviduct. D. endometrium. 47. Movement of a fertilized egg in an oviduct occurs with the help of A. cilia. B. flagella. C. diffusion. D. active transport. 48. Rising progesterone levels in the blood trigger the pituitary to A. release luteinizing hormone (LH). B. release follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). C. stop releasing luteinizing hormone (LH). D. stop releasing human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) hormone. 45. Sperm acquire the ability to swim in the A. epididymis. B. seminal vesicles. C. seminiferous tubules. D. ductus (vas) deferens. 49. What will occur in structure Y if there is a reduction in hormones secreted from the ovary? A. the release of an egg B. increased vascularization C. the maturation of a follicle D . the breakdown of the endometrium 50. What hormone is primarily responsible for egg maturation and the distribution of fat in females? A. estrogen B. progesterone C. luteinizing hormone (LH) D. human chorionic gonadotropic (HCG) hormone 41. In which of the following structures does sperm maturation occur? A. W B. X C. Y-epididymis D. Z
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A. help maintain the endometrium. B. secrete luteinizing hormone (LH). C. produce human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). D. produce more follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). 44. Which gland secretes prostaglandins that aid in the stimulation of uterine contractions? A. adrenal gland B. hypothalamus C. pituitary gland D . seminal vesicle 50. Elevated levels of which hormone indicate that implantation has occurred? A. estrogen B. aldosterone C. progesterone D. human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) 42. If the vas deferens is cut and tied, which component of semen will be missing? A. sperm B. seminal fluid C. prostaglandins D. fructose (sugar) 48. Which hormone is responsible for increased musculature and body hair? A. estrogen B. testosterone C. follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) D. human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) 49. Which of the following events results from positive feedback on the hypothalamus between days 1 to 13 of the menstrual cycle? A. ovulation B. implantation C. menstruation D. thickening of the endometrium 47. What would be an effect of high estrogen concentrations in the female? A. The placenta would begin to develop. B. The follicle would increase the release of its secretions. C. The corpus luteum would reduce the release of progesterone. D.
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