5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are the seminiferous tubules?
- What event breaks the negative feedback cycle in a female?
- In the female what does FSH stimulate?
- What does FSH stand for; what does it do?
- If the egg is not fertilized, a particular hormone falls below a certain level and the signals start menstruation; what hormone?
- a Tubes inside the testes where the sperm cells are formed
- b Estrogen
- c Production of eggs
- d Pregnancy
- e Follicle Stimulating Hormone - production of sperm
5 Multiple choice questions
- Progesterone and Estrogen
- 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
- AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis and Genital Herpes
5 True/False questions
What is the scrotum? → External sack that covers each teste; outside the body to keep the sperm at a better temperature
What is the ovary? → Filled with blood in sinuses to allow for an extension; reproduction function transports sperm into female
What is testosterone? → Male sex hormone
What is the cervix? → Filled with blood in sinuses to allow for an extension; reproduction function transports sperm into female
Which hormone is at the highest level during the first four days of the menstrual cycle? → Four