5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the third stage; explain?
- When a mature egg leaves the ovary, where does it enter?
- What is the second stage; explain?
- What are the vas deferens?
- What is the vagina?
- a Tubes that connect the epididymis to the urethra and create a pathway for sperm to travel to the outside of the body
- b Ovulation (day fourteen) - High LH (pituitary) causes the egg to be released
- c 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
- d Entry way for the penis to deposit sperm
- e Oviduct
5 Multiple choice questions
- Treatable with antibiotics - new strains are possible and may not show symptoms but also may cause severe pain - baby can catch
- Female - Ovaries and Male - Testes
- Progesterone and Estrogen
- First month
5 True/False questions
What is the fourth stage; explain? → Follicle stage (day one to thirteen) - High estrogen in the ovary; the endometrium thickens; high FSH (pituitary) causes the egg to mature
In a female what happens in the luteal phase (days fifteen to twenty eight)? → Development of egg and ovulation
What are the testes? → Opening between the uterus and the birth canal
What is the scrotum? → Site of fetal development; cool and protects and nourishes the baby
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