Psych 357 practice final exam

The typical life span of the corpus luteum in a non

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55. The typical life-span of the corpus luteum in a non-pregnant and normally-cycling woman is: A. between 21 and 36 days. B. 14 + 2 days. C. variable from woman to woman and, possibly, from month to month within a given woman. D. from Day 1 of the monthly cycle until ovulation. E. both B and D 56. Which of the following correctly relate(s) a hormone to one of its actions? 57. Research on puberty in girls has shown that: 58. Colostrum is:
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59. During the monthly cycle: A. cells of the ovarian (Graafian) follicle increase in size and number during the postovulatory phase. B. the length of the postovulatory phase is variable and accounts for differences in cycle length from woman-to-woman and within a given woman from month-to- month. C. the corona radiata is the hormone producing site within the ovary during the preovulatory phase. D. estrogen and inhibin are produced during both the preovulatory and postovulatory phases. E. All of the above are correct. 60. The major site of hormone production during the majority of pregnancy is the: Answer Key Test 3 – Spring 2012 Version A:
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  • Fall '07
  • Kenney
  • Psychology, progesterone, corpus luteum, estrogen, monthly cycle

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