5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What does the fluid that provides energy for the sperm cells come from?
- Describe Syphilis and its effects?
- How does the male negative feedback system control the production of sperm?
- Which hormones are involved in feedback in males?
- What is the endometrium?
- a Seminal vesicles and the Prostate gland
- b Testosterone
- c Lining in the uterus which sheds during menstruation - egg not fertilized
- d Bacteria infection - destroys nerve tissue - causes blindness - caused madness (to go crazy) - baby can catch - sores on genitals
- e If you have a high reproductive system and produce a lot of sperm (high testosterone) sends information to the pituitary so it will stop producing testosterone at the moment and it will slow down for now
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Production of eggs
- Day 14
- Tubes inside the testes where the sperm cells are formed
- 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
In a female what happens in the flow phase (days one to fourteen)? → Development of egg and ovulation
In a female what happens in the luteal phase (days fifteen to twenty eight)? → Development of egg and ovulation
What are the seminal vesicles, prostate gland and cowper's gland? → Supply fluid rich in sugar and hormones that allow the sperm to swim; fluid is semen
What are the two female hormones? → Tubes inside the testes where the sperm cells are formed
What are the fallopian tubes or oviduct? → Tubes that connect the ovary to the uterus during ovulation; the unfertilized egg drops from the ovary into the oviduct