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Chapter 28 Q - Chapter 28 Reproductive System 1) The...

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Chapter 28 Reproductive System 1) The reproductive system A) Stores and transports gametes. B) Produces gametes. C) Nourishes gametes. D) all of the above E) A and B only 2) Projections of the tunica albuginea, known as septae, divide the testis into A) Seminiferous tubules. B) The tunica albuginea and the testis proper. C) Lobules. D) Straight tubules. E) Interstitial areas. 3) The reproductive system includes A) Ducts that receive and transport the gametes. B) Gonads and external genitalia. C) Accessory glands and organs that secrete fluids. D) all of the above E) B and C only 4) Straight tubules originate at the seminiferous tubules and form a maze of passageways called the A) Rete testis. B) Efferent ducts. C) Ductus deferens. D) Epididymis. E) Ejaculatory ducts. 5) The rete testis is connected to the epididymis by A) Ejaculatory ducts. B) The ductus deferens. C) Straight tubules. D) Efferent ducts. E) Seminiferous tubules. 6) The spermatic cord is A) A dense layer of connective tissue that surrounds the testis. B) A layer of smooth muscle in the skin of the scrotal sac. C) The external marking of the boundary between the two chambers of the scrotum. D) A bundle of tissue that contains the ductus deferens and the blood vessels, nerves, and lymphatics that serves the testis. E) A narrow opening that links the scrotal chamber with the peritoneal cavity. 7) The dense layer of connective tissue that surrounds the testis is called the A) Median Raphe. B) Epididymis. C) Spermatic cord. D) Tunica albuginea. E) Dartos.
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A) Sperm. B) Androgen-binding protein. C) Androgens. D) Nutrients. E) Inhibin. 9) The sustentacular cells of the seminiferous tubules do all of the following, except that they A) Secrete testosterone. B) Maintain the blood-testis barrier. C) Secrete androgen-binding protein. D) Support spermiogenesis. E) Secrete inhibin. 10) Sperm production occurs in the A) Seminiferous tubules. B) Seminal vesicles. C) Epididymis. D) Ductus deferens. E) Rete testis. 11) Sperm develop from stem cells called A) Spermatogonia. B) Secondary spermatocytes. C) Spermatids. D) Primary spermatocytes. E) Spermatozoa. 12) As developing sperm cells begin the process of meiosis, they become A) Spermatozoons. B) Spermatids. C) Spermatogonia. D) Sertoli cells. E) Spermatocytes. 13) The cells that are formed at the end of meiosis are called A) Spermatozoa. B) Spermatids. C) Spermatogonia. D) Secondary spermatocytes. E) Primary spermatocytes. 14) The process of spermiogenesis produces A) Spermatogonia. B) Spermatids. C) Spermatozoons. D) Primary spermatocytes. E) Secondary spermatocytes. 15) Sperm are moved along the ductus deferens by A) Hydrostatic force. B) Ciliary action.
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