ANS3319Exam2_SP2011Key

ANS3319Exam2_SP2011Key - ANS 3319C Reproductive Physiology...

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ANS 3319C Reproductive Physiology & Endocrinology in Domestic Animals Exam 2 (100 pts: Mar. 16, 2011) Name: _______________________________ Page 1 of 5 Please match each numbered phrase with the most appropriate answer by placing the letter in the correct blank. Answers can only be used once (1 pt each). 1) T Age at fist behavioral estrus and (or) ovulation is known as? A) 6 2) N A maximum amount of time in minutes that “copulatory tie” in dogs can last B) Melatonin 3) Q Queen, Llama, and alpaca are known as __________ovulators. C) Inhibin 4) W Length (in days) of the estrous cycle in the cow, mare, and sow. D) Flehman response 5) H Of the two sex chromosomes, this chromosome has the greater DNA content. E) Testosterone 6) E Primary steroid hormone responsible for the sexual drive in male. F) Swine 7) O Specific location in testes where spermatogenesis occurs. G) Electroejaculator 8) J Chromosome that contains the testes determining factor gene. H) X-Chromosome 9) I Nutritional anestrous is due to the absence of what hypothalamic hormone? I) GnRH 10) V Absence of the menstrual cycle in reproductive age women. J) Y Chromosome 11) P Anatomical structure in male dog associated with “the tie” during mating. K) Mitochondrial helix 12) D Physical response that allows aspiration of fluids across vomeronasal glands L) Nitric oxide 13) Y Period where normal ovarian function ceases to exist in women. M) Sponatneous 14) R The hand-cone procedure is used to collect semen in what species? N) 45 15) X Primary steroid hormone responsible for the sexual receptivity in female. O) Seminiferous tubules 16) M Cows, horses, humans, and pigs are known as _________ ovulators. P) Bulbus glandis 17) U Period without regular estrous cycles frequently observed in animals. Q) Induced 18) A Length of the estrous cycle in months in the dog R) Canine 19) C Hormone produced by testis that inhibits FSH secretion. S) Acrosomal cap 20) K Location of the metabolic power plant of sperm cell. T) Puberty 21) F The handglove procedure is used to collect semen in what species? U) Anestrus 22) B Hormone that enhances GnRH secretion during decreased light periods in sheep. V) Amenorrhea 23) G Procedure was used in lab to collect semen from the bull. W) 21 24) L Compound that leads to vasodilation of penis, which leads to an erection X) Estrogen 25) S Location of sperm cell enzymes that digest the zona during fertilization. Y) Menopause
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ANS 3319C Reproductive Physiology & Endocrinology in Domestic Animals Exam 2 (100 pts: Mar. 16, 2011) Name: _______________________________ Page 2 of 5 Short answer and fill-in-the-blank 1) Reproductive behavior in the female is composed general behaviors that are common across several species. Please answer the following questions as they relate to reproductive behavior in the female. a.
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