5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What gland secretes FSH?
- What is the endometrium?
- What does LH stand for; where is it produced?
- When a female is born, does her body contain all or none of the eggs she will have in her lifetime?
- Describe Gonorrhea and its effects?
- a Testosterone - produced in the pituitary gland (brain)
- b Lining in the uterus which sheds during menstruation - egg not fertilized
- c Treatable with antibiotics - new strains are possible and may not show symptoms but also may cause severe pain - baby can catch
- d Pituitary gland
- e All of the eggs
5 Multiple choice questions
- Tube that runs the length of the penis; a passageway for both urine and semen
- Follicular stage; when the egg meets the sperm
- Pituitary and Hypothalamus
5 True/False questions
In a female what happens in the flow phase (days one to fourteen)? → Development of egg and ovulation
What are follicles? → A diploid cell resulting from the fusion of two haploid gametes; a fertilized ovum
What gland secretes estrogen? → Female - Ovaries and Male - Testes
What is the fourth stage; explain? → Menstruation (day twenty two to twenty eight) - Drop in estrogen and progesterone causes a breakdown of the endometrium and the unfertilized egg + the extra endometrium is released in a flow of blood; FSH increases at the end of the flow
What is the first stage; explain? → 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