Chapter 35 Reproduction and Development Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Which of these occurs in the reproduction processes of mammals, but not in reptiles? A. internal fertilization B. embryo develops inside the mother's body C. embryos are supplied with abundant supply of nutrients D. extraembryonic membranes E. copulation between adult male and female 2. Which of the following is not an advantage of asexual reproduction? A. It only takes one parent to reproduce B. There is an increase in genetic diversity in the offspring C. It can occur rapidly D. Generation time is much shorter E. It uses less energy than sexual reproduction 3. Sexual reproduction increases genetic diversity in a population. True False 4. Which of the following is true about amphibian reproduction? A. The eggs develop within a placental sac. B. The eggs have a hard shell. C. There is usually a larval stage. D. The embryos develop within the female. E. Internal fertilization is common. 5. This figure shows the anatomy of the male reproductive system. What does "A" represent? A. The testis B. The urethra C. The vas deferens D. The prostate gland E. The epididymis
6. This figure shows the anatomy of the male reproductive system. What does "D" represent? A. The vas deferens B. The epididymis C. The testis D. The prostate gland E. The urethra 7. This figure shows the anatomy of the male reproductive system. What does "C" represent? A. The vas deferens B. The testis C. The urethra D. The prostate gland E. The epididymis 8. Which structure is the place where sperm cells mature and acquire the ability to swim? A. epididymis B. seminal vesicles C. vas deferens D. testis E. ejaculatory duct 9. Which of these is not involved in the production of semen or seminal fluid? A. Prostate gland B. Bulbourethral gland C. Testis D. Seminal vesicle E. Graafian follicle 10. Trace the path of sperm during ejaculation: A. Epididymis, vas deferens, urethra B. Urethra, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, testis C. Testis, urethra, vas deferens, penis D. Vas deferens, seminiferous tubules, epididymis, urethra E. Vas deferens, epididymis, urethra
11. Which specific structure is where spermatids are produced by meiosis and differentiate into sperm? A. Vas deferens B. Seminiferous tubules C. Urethra D. Seminal vesicle E. Interstitial tissue 12. In the human male, the tube used to carry both sperm and urine is the: A. Ureter B. Urethra C. Seminiferous tubules D. Vas deferens E. Fallopian tube 13. Which of these is a correct association between a gland and the hormone it secretes? A. Anterior pituitary and testosterone
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