5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What does LH stand for; where is it produced?
- When a mature egg leaves the ovary, where does it enter?
- What is testosterone?
- What is the third stage; explain?
- What happens to the lining of the uterus when estrogen levels rise?
- a 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
- b Male sex hormone
- c Thickens the uterus in preparation for fertilization
- d Testosterone - produced in the pituitary gland (brain)
- e Oviduct
5 Multiple choice questions
- The uterus lining thickens because it provides protection for the baby to survive
- To protect the baby
- External sack that covers each teste; outside the body to keep the sperm at a better temperature
- Kills more people than any other STD's - suppresses the immune system
5 True/False questions
Which glands are located in the brain? → Pituitary and Hypothalamus
What are the seminal vesicles, prostate gland and cowper's gland? → Tubes inside the testes where the sperm cells are formed
During what phase are the chances of an egg being fertilized greatest? → Ovulation
How many sperm cells can fertilize an egg? → Only one
What is the endometrium? → External sack that covers each teste; outside the body to keep the sperm at a better temperature