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(T/F) The vas deferens passes though the spermatic cord True
What organ controls the pituitary gland (the so called master of the master)? Hypothalamus
(T/F) The fingerlike projections, called fimbriae, are located in the ampulla of the uterine tubes. False, around the ostium of the fallopian tubes.
The process of ovum formation is called: Oogenesis
What of the following is not enclosed in the spermatic cord? Ejaculatory Ducts, Vas Deferens, Nerves, Blood Vessels? Ejaculatory Ducts
Ejaculatory ducts are made by the joining of the ampulla of the ______ and the duct of the _____, and pass through the prostate to open in the prostatic urethra. Vas Deferens, seminal vesicle
The region between the vaginal orifice and the anus is called the: Perineum
(T/F) FSH stimulates the rupturing of the mature follicle and the expulsion of its ovum. False
(T/F) Interstitial Cells (of Leydig) produce both sperm and testosterone. False, the only produce testosterone, Sperm is produced by seminiferous tubules.
The urethra runs through the center of what? Prostate Gland
Which of the following is Not a function of testosterone: Inhibition of secretion of gonadotropins; secondary male sex characteristics; spermatogenesis; regulation of metabolism. Spermatogenesis (a function of the seminiferous tubules).
(T/F) Fallopian tubes are essential organs of the female reproductive system. False, ovaries are the essential organs.
(T/F) FSH hormone is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland. True
(T/F) ADH and oxytocin are secreted by the posterior pituitary gland. True
All of the following are secreted by the anterior pituitary gland except: ACTH, Growth Hormone, TSH, ADH. ADH (secreted by the posterior pituitary.
Which of the following is not a secreting gland in the male reproductive system: Epididymis, Seminal Vesicle, Prostate, Bulbourethral. Epididymis ( stores sperm, sperm learn motility here)
(T/F) The vagina is composed mainly of skeletal muscle. False (smooth muscle)
Which of the following is not classified as an accessory organ of the male reproductive system: Urethra, Epididymis, Seminal Vesicle, Testes? Testes
(T/F) The corpus luteum mainly secretes progesterone. True
What divides the testes into lobules? Septa from tunica albuginea
The ______ conveys sperms to the outside of the body. _________ are glands that secrete a nutrient rich fluid that is part of the seminal fluid. Urethra, Seminal Vesicles