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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. thyroid gland
  2. fertilization
  3. ovulation
  4. menopause
  5. placenta
  1. a located below the larynx, produce hormones that regulate metabolic rate and promote normal nervous system development
  2. b occurs in females when both ovulation and menstrual periods end, usually between ages 45 and 60
  3. c structure that attaches a developing fetus to the uterus and enables the exchange of nutrients, wastes, and gases between the mother and the fetus
  4. d monthly process in which an egg is released from an ovary and enters the oviduct, where it can become fertilized by sperm
  5. e the joining of a sperm cell and an egg cell to form a zygote

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. located on top of each kidney, and produce hormones that help your body adapt to physical and emotional stress
  2. male reproductive cells produced in the testes
  3. fertilized egg that has attached to the wall of the uterus
  4. often called the master gland, a pea-size structure attached to the hypothalamus of the brain, produces hormones that affect growth and reproduction
  5. chemical messenger produced by the endocrine system, released directly into the bloodstream; affects specific target tissues, and can speed up or slow down cellular activities

5 True/False questions

  1. testesdeveloping baby after the first two months of pregnancy until birth


  2. zygotea fertilized cell, formed by the combining of a sperm with an egg


  3. adolescencea time of swift development between the ages of 13 and 18


  4. menstruationmonthly flow of blood and tissue cells that occurs when the lining of the uterus breaks down and is shed, also called period


  5. uterusdeveloping baby after the first two months of pregnancy until birth