ANS3319Exam1_Fall2010_Key

ANS3319Exam1_Fall2010_Key - ANS 3319C Reproductive...

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ANS 3319C Reproductive Physiology & Endocrinology in Domestic Animals Exam 1 (100 pts: Sept. 24, 2010) 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) X Suspensory structure that surrounds and provides support to the uterus. A) Cortex 2) C Hormone of pregnancy. B) Parenchyma 3) A Outer 2/3 of ovary that contains germ cells. C) Progesterone 4) W Protein hormone secreted by ovary that enhances FSH secretion. D) Glans 5) H Name of bone that houses and protects the pituitary. E) Vagina 6) Q Steroid hormone produced by leydig cells of testicle. F) Penile Spines 7) F Anatomical structures in male cat that stimulate an LH surge during mating. G) ELISA 8) P Hormones composed of long chains of amino acids are known as? H) Sphenoid 9) I Second messenger involved in action of protein hormones. I) cAMP 10) V Anatomical structure that transports sperm from epididymis to urethra. J) Radioimmunoassay 11) E Anatomical structure that serves as a copulatory organ & birth canal. K) Cholesterol 12) D Part of penis that is pressure and temperature sensitive. L) Bulbous glandis 13) Y Hormone secreted by hypothalamus & involved in water balance of body. M) Kentucky Kitty Cats 14) B Common name of cellular mass that comprises 70% of testis. N) Nucleus 15) M Who will the Gators beat in football on Saturday? O) Fructose 16) N Cellular location of receptors for steroid hormones. P) Proteins 17) U Hormones composed of long chains of amino acids with carbohydrates attached Q) Testosterone 18) J Lab procedure used to measure hormone concentrations in blood. R) Seminiferous tubules 19) S Most immature follicle with a fixed number at birth in most mammals S) Primordial 20) G Procedure used to determine pregnancy status using a women ’s urine . T) Cervix 21) O Primary energy source found in seminal fluid. U) Glycoproteins 22) T Anatomical structure that minimizes entry of microorganisms into uterus. V) Vas deferens 23) R Specific anatomical structure in testis where spermatogenesis occurs. W) Activin 24) L Anatomical structure in male dog that leads to copulatory tie during mating. X) Broad ligament 25) K Substrate that serves as precursor for steroid hormones.
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ANS 3319C Reproductive Physiology & Endocrinology in Domestic Animals Exam 1 (100 pts: Sept. 24, 2010) Name: _______________________________ Page 2 of 5 True or False. Circle the correct answer. If a phase or word is underlined it is the central focus of the statement and cannot be changed to make the statement true. If you answered a question false you must provide a brief but specific statement that would correct the statement to receive credit (3 pts each). 1)
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