5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- When does estrogen begin to surge and when does it reach its peak concentration?
- What are the testes?
- What does FSH stand for; what does it do?
- What is the second stage; explain?
- What event breaks the negative feedback cycle in a female?
- a Male sex gland - produces testosterone in which a large number of sperm are produced
- b Follicle Stimulating Hormone - production of sperm
- c Ovulation (day fourteen) - High LH (pituitary) causes the egg to be released
- d Pregnancy
- e Surges at day ten and reaches its peak on day thirteen
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Tube that runs the length of the penis; a passageway for both urine and semen
- Corpus Luteum (day fifteen to twenty one) - High LH (pituitary) levels causes the ovary to produce progesterone and high progesterone maintains the endometrium for pregnancy
- Treatable with antibiotics - new strains are possible and may not show symptoms but also may cause severe pain - baby can catch
5 True/False Questions
What is the scrotum? → External sack that covers each teste; outside the body to keep the sperm at a better temperature
In the female what does FSH stimulate? → Tubes that connect the ovary to the uterus during ovulation; the unfertilized egg drops from the ovary into the oviduct
What gland secretes FSH? → Female - Ovaries and Male - Testes
Which hormones are involved in feedback in females? → Pituitary and Hypothalamus
What is the endometrium? → Lining in the uterus which sheds during menstruation - egg not fertilized