5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- In what part of the female reproductive system does fertilization usually take place?
- What does LH stand for; where is it produced?
- What is an erection?
- What is the endometrium?
- Describe AIDS and its effects?
- a Kills more people than any other STD's - suppresses the immune system
- b Lining in the uterus which sheds during menstruation - egg not fertilized
- c Extension of the penis that allows the sperm to reach inside the female
- d Ovaries
- e Testosterone - produced in the pituitary gland (brain)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- To protect the baby
- Estrogen levels rise and levels get high; sends a message back to the pituitary and hypothalamus - which stops producing estrogen and sends a message to the brain telling it to stop and slow down for now
- Follicle Stimulating Hormone - production of sperm
- Pituitary gland
- The uterus lining is thickening
5 True/False Questions
While progesterone stays the same level what happens to the uterus? → Follicle Stimulating Hormone - production of sperm
What gland secretes estrogen? → Pituitary gland
What are the two female hormones? → Estrogen and Progesterone
What is the purpose of reproduction? → Follicle stage (day one to thirteen) - High estrogen in the ovary; the endometrium thickens; high FSH (pituitary) causes the egg to mature
Which phase is the shortest phase in the cycle; and what hormonal activity begins this phase? → Follicular stage; when the egg meets the sperm