← bio 39-3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- males secondary sex characteristics
- menstrual cycle
- female reproductive system
- male reproductive structures
- a an egg develops and is released from an ovary, if the egg is not fertilized it is discharged along with the lining of the uterus
- b growth of facial and body hair, increase in body size, and deepening of the voice
- c produces eggs; prepares the body to nourish a developing embryo
- d contractions of the smooth muscles lining the glands in the reproductive tract causes sperm cells to be ejected from the penis
- e testes, the epididymis, the vas deferens, the urethra, and the penis. they produce and deliver sperm.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- lining of the uterus is shed and is discharged through the vagina (lasts on the average of 3-7 days)
- egg travels through the Fallopian Tubes
- Follicular phase, Ovulation, Luteal phase, Menstruation
- a parent cell divides into two new daughter cells the same size as the parent with the same kind and quantity of DNA.
- produced in the seminiferous tubules within the testes
5 True/False Questions
Puberty → period of rapid growth and sexual maturation during which the reproductive system becomes fully functional. Secondary sex characteristics develop; LSH and FH levels are increased.
seminal fluid → combination of sperm and seminal fluid
Sexual reproduction → process where one parent reproduces by itself;
epididymis → an outgrowth on a yeast cell grows and separates from the parent cell
spermatogenesis → male gametes; has a head, a middle piece, and a tail (flagellum)