: Males are characterized by high level testosterone and low estrogen (T) Q : Females high estrogen, low testosterone (F) Q: All mammals follow the same hormone levels (F) Q : Primary sex characteristics develop during puberty (F) - Secondary sex characteristics develop during puberty Q: Which statement is false E. Men have more testosterone than estrogen F. Men have more testosterone than women G. Women have more estrogen than men H. Woman have more estrogen than testosterone Q : Hormone production by the ovaries is constant (F) Q : How many eggs are produced each cycle? One Q: Progesterone production is stimulated by a drop in estrogen levels (F)
Q : How long is the normal menstrual cycle? 28 days Q : Progesterone production is stimulated by? LH Q : When does PMS affect women A. During the follicular phase B . During the luteal phase Q : Hormone production by the testes is constant (T) Q : Sperm production is stimulated by? FSH Q : The male reproductive system is controlled by negative feedback using testosterone (T) Q : Which hormone stimulates the production of progesterone - FSH - Testosterone - LH - Estrogen Q : How long is a normal pregnancy? 40 weeks Q : Normally a baby is born… Head first Q : Does a woman menstruate during her pregnancy? No Q : Can a woman who has not been pregnant produce breast milk? No Q : When does a woman usually experience morning sickness? First trimester Q : When was the first home pregnancy test marketed? 1977 Q : How long did it take to get a result? Two hours Q . How soon after conception are the tests effective? 7 days Q . How accurate are home pregnancy tests? 99% Q . Which case is more common? False negative results
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