Avian Repro Quiz Questions

Avian Repro Quiz Questions - AnS 214L Sample Quiz Questions...

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Unformatted text preview: AnS 214L Sample Quiz Questions Avian Reproductive System These are questions that have been used on Quizzes in previous semesters. While the questions on this semester’s Quizzes may be different, being able to answer these questions should help you remember the material for this semester’s Quizzes and Exams. I. Male 1. Name two functions of the vas deferens in the male avian reproductive system. 2. Are the avian testes located externally or internally? 3. True/False. Sperm in the male bird is stored in the epididymis. 4. Name the two functions of the epididymis in birds. 5. The ____________________ receives sperm from the vas deferens. 6. In birds, the _______________________ adds accessory fluid to the sperm. II. Female 7. Name the part of the oviduct in the hen that is responsible for secreting albumen. 8. True or False: An F1 follicle is the largest follicle classification. 9. What is the site of ovulation on the follicle called? 10. What is the name of the largest follicle, which will be the next one to ovulate? 11. What occurs in the magnum? 12. Where does the egg spend most of the formation time? 13. True/False. It takes 1 ¼ hours for the egg white to cover the yolk. 14. The cloaca is a common structure for what three systems? 15. True/False. Shell membranes are depositied in the magnum 16. The egg spends most of its time during formation here. (Hint: about 20 ¾ hours) 17. What is plumping and where does it occur? (2 points) 18. True/False. Chicken sperm can be stored and remain viable for up to 42 days. 19. What is the function of an empty follicle? 20. Where sperm stored after copulation until oviposition is occurs? 21. True/False. Oviposition is the rotation of the egg from pointed end down to round end down. ...
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