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AP 102 Final Exam

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Testes A)contain sustentacular cells that produce testosterone B)develop within the scrotal cavity C)enclosed in mucous membrane called tunica vaginalis D)produce sperm in seminiferous tubules E)contain interstitial cells, maintain blood-testis barri produce sperm in their seminiferous tubules.
Which of the following cells develops first? A) spermatid B) spermatogonium C) sperm cell D) secondary spermatocyte E) primary spermatocyte spermatogonium
Place the following in the order in which sperm will pass through them after leaving the seminiferous tubules. 1. ductus epididymis 2. efferent ducts 3. ductus (Vas) deferens 4. rete testis 5. straight tubules 5, 4, 2, 1, 3
Epididymis is the A)site where sperm lose motility B)site where sperm become capable of fertilizing an ovum C)question mark shaped organ,lies along the anterior border of testis D)can store sperm for yr or more E)is about 10cm(2inches)long when unco site where sperm become capable of fertilizing an ovum.
Which of the following is NOT part of the spermatic cord? A) autonomic nerves B) ductus deferens C) dartos muscle D) lymphatic vessels E) testicular artery dartos muscle
The male urethra A) serves both reproductive and urinary functions. B) consists of prostatic, membranous and penile (spongy) regions. C) includes the ejaculatory duct. D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct. A and B are correct serves both reproductive and urinary functions AND consists of prostatic, membranous and penile (spongy) regions.
Prostate gland A)produces fluidcontaining enzymes thatcause semen to coagulateafter ejaculation B)produces fluidwith highly alkaline pH C)decreases in size with age D)produces fluid containing citric acid used for ATP production E)surrounds spongy ur produces a fluid containing citric acid, which is used for ATP production.
Scrotum A)contains cremaster muscles that wrinkles scrotum B)regulates temperature of the testes. C)is a single pouch of skin containing both testes. D)contains detrusor muscles that wrinkle the scrotum and elevates the testes. E)All of these are cor regulates the temperature of the testes.
The bulbourethral glands A) secrete an alkaline mucous. B) are about the size of pears. C) are located superior to the prostate gland. D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct. secrete an alkaline mucous
Which of the following is NOT true of semen? A) It contains sperm and seminal fluids. B) It protects sperm from the hostile alkaline environment of the male urethra and female vagina. C) It provides sperm with a transportation medium and nutrients. D) It protects sperm from the hostile alkaline environment of the male urethra and female vagina.
Erection A) depends upon dilation of arterioles by nitric oxide. B) is usually followed by sympathetic responses of emission and ejaculation. C) is a parasympathetic response. D) of the corpora cavernosa that persists and is painful is called priapism All of these are correct.
Which of the following is NOT true of the ovaries? A) They produce FSH and LH. B) They produce estrogens and progesterone. C) They produce gametes called secondary oocytes. D) They are homologous to the testes. E) They are the female gonads. They produce FSH and LH.
Oogenesis A) is inhibited by FSH. B) produces four viable secondary oocytes from each oogonium. C) produces diploid gametes. D) is completed only after the secondary oocyte has been fertilized. E) begins after puberty. is completed only after the secondary oocyte has been fertilized
The uterine tubes A) are not the usual sites of fertilization. B) are lined with simple squamous epithelium. C) are not open to the pelvic cavity. D) attach to the ovaries via multiple fimbriae. E) transport sperm, secondary oocytes and zygotes. transport sperm, secondary oocytes and zygotes.
Which of the following is NOT true of the uterus? A) It is the source of menstrual flow. B) It is the site development of the fetus during pregnancy. C) It serves as part of the pathway for sperm. D) It is the site of implantation of a fertilized ovum It is uninvolved in labor
The endometrium A) has a layer called the stratum functionalis that sloughs off during menstruation. B) has a layer called the stratum basalis that persists and gives rise to the stratum functionalis. C) is highly vascular. D) is the inner layer of th All of these are correct.
The vulva A) refers to the internal reproductive organs of the female. B) includes the mons pubis, which is posterior to the vagina and cushions the coccyx. C) includes bulbourethral glands on either side of the vestibule. D) is also called the pudend is also called the pudendum.
Which of the following is NOT true of lactation? A) Milk is produced in alveoli. B) Contraction of adipose tissue ejects milk. C) It includes the synthesis, secretion and ejection of milk. D) Milk production is stimulated largely by prolactin. E) Mil Contraction of adipose tissue ejects milk
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