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1 Chapter 27 - The Reproductive System $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Male Anatomy Male Physiology Female Anatomy Female Physiology Potluck FINAL ROUND

2 Male Anatomy: $100 Question Which tube carries sperm from the scrotum to the abdominopelvic cavity? a. Epididymis b. Ejaculatory duct c. Ductus deferens d. Urethra BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Male Anatomy: $100 Answer Which tube carries sperm from the scrotum to the abdominopelvic cavity? a. Epididymis b. Ejaculatory duct c. Ductus deferens d. Urethra BACK TO GAME

4 Male Anatomy: $200 Question Which of the following is found in the scrotum? a. Epididymis b. Ejaculatory duct c. Seminal vesicle d. Bulbourethral gland BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Male Anatomy: $200 Answer Which of the following is found in the scrotum? a. Epididymis b. Ejaculatory duct c. Seminal vesicle d. Bulbourethral gland BACK TO GAME

6 Male Anatomy: $300 Question This gland is located just inferior to the urinary bladder. a. Bulbourethral b. Prostate c. Seminal vesicle d. Cowper’s BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Male Anatomy: $300 Answer This gland is located just inferior to the urinary bladder. a. Bulbourethral b. Prostate c. Seminal vesicle d. Cowper’s BACK TO GAME

8 Male Anatomy: $400 Question Which portion of the penis contains the urethra? a. Corpora cavernosa b. Corpus spongiosum c. Prepuce d. Crura BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Male Anatomy: $400 Answer Which portion of the penis contains the urethra? a. Corpora cavernosa b. Corpus spongiosum c. Prepuce d. Crura BACK TO GAME

10 Male Anatomy: $500 Question Which of the following is not an accessory gland that contributes fluid to the semen? a. Bulbourethral gland b. Prostate gland c. Seminal vesicle d. Epididymis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Male Anatomy: $500 Answer Which of the following is not an accessory gland that contributes fluid to the semen? a. Bulbourethral gland b. Prostate gland c. Seminal vesicle d. Epididymis BACK TO GAME

12 Male Physiology: $100 Question All of the following are secondary sex characteristics of the male except: a. facial hair. b. enlargement of the larynx. c. spermatogenesis. d. hair growth on the chest. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Male Physiology: $100 Answer All of the following are secondary sex characteristics of the male except: a. facial hair. b. enlargement of the larynx. c. spermatogenesis. d. hair growth on the chest. BACK TO GAME

14 Male Physiology: $200 Question Where in the body are sperm stored? a. Testis b. Epididymis c. Prostate d. Seminal vesicle BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Male Physiology: $200 Answer Where in the body are sperm stored? a. Testis b. Epididymis c. Prostate d. Seminal vesicle BACK TO GAME

16 Male Physiology: $300 Question Where do sperm acquire their motility? a. Testis b. Vas deferens c. Epididymis d. Uterine tube BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Male Physiology: $300 Answer Where do sperm acquire their motility? a. Testis b. Vas deferens c. Epididymis d. Uterine tube BACK TO GAME

18 Male Physiology: $400 Question Spermatogenesis requires which of the following hormones? a. LH b. FSH c. Testosterone d. All three are necessary for spermatogenesis. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Male Physiology: $400 Answer Spermatogenesis requires which of the following hormones? a. LH b. FSH c. Testosterone d. All three are necessary for spermatogenesis. BACK TO GAME

20 Male Physiology: $500 Question Erection in the male is controlled by the _____ nervous system, while ejaculation is controlled by the _____ nervous system. a. voluntary; sympathetic b. voluntary; parasympathetic c. parasympathetic; sympathetic d. sympathetic; parasympathetic BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Male Physiology: $500 Answer Erection in the male is controlled by the _____ nervous system, while ejaculation is controlled by the _____ nervous system. a. voluntary; sympathetic b. voluntary; parasympathetic c. parasympathetic; sympathetic d. sympathetic; parasympathetic BACK TO GAME

22 Female Anatomy: $100 Question The superior portion of the uterus is called the: a. isthmus. b. cervix. c. ampulla. d. fundus. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Female Anatomy: $100 Answer The superior portion of the uterus is called the: a. isthmus. b. cervix. c. ampulla. d. fundus. BACK TO GAME

24 Female Anatomy: $200 Question Where are fimbriae found? a. Uterus b. Ovary c. Uterine tubes d. Vulva BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Female Anatomy: $200 Answer Where are fimbriae found? a. Uterus b. Ovary c. Uterine tubes d. Vulva BACK TO GAME

26 Female Anatomy: $300 Question The labia minora are part of the: a. internal genitalia. b. mons pubis. c. vulva. d. all of the above. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Female Anatomy: $300 Answer The labia minora are part of the: a. internal genitalia. b. mons pubis. c. vulva. d. all of the above. BACK TO GAME

28 Female Anatomy: $400 Question In a nursing mother the milk is stored in the: a. areola. b. alveolar glands. c. lactiferous ducts. d. lactiferous sinus. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Female Anatomy: $400 Answer In a nursing mother the milk is stored in the: a. areola. b. alveolar glands. c. lactiferous ducts. d. lactiferous sinus. BACK TO GAME

30 Female Anatomy: $500 Question The uterus is anchored to the anterior body wall by the: a. broad ligament. b. suspensory ligament. c. mesometrium. d. round ligament. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Female Anatomy: $500 Answer The uterus is anchored to the anterior body wall by the: a. broad ligament. b. suspensory ligament. c. mesometrium. d. round ligament. BACK TO GAME

32 Female Physiology: $100 Question Ovulation is stimulated by which hormone? a. FSH b. LH c. Estrogen d. Progesterone BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Female Physiology: $100 Answer Ovulation is stimulated by which hormone? a. FSH b. LH c. Estrogen d. Progesterone BACK TO GAME

34 Female Physiology: $200 Question Fertilization occurs in the: a. ovary. b. uterine tube. c. uterus. d. vagina. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Female Physiology: $200 Answer Fertilization occurs in the: a. ovary b. uterine tube c. uterus d. vagina BACK TO GAME

36 Female Physiology: $300 Question Immediately after ovulation, estrogen and progesterone are secreted by the: a. developing follicle. b. corpus albicans. c. corpus luteum. d. endometrium. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Female Physiology: $300 Answer Immediately after ovulation, estrogen and progesterone are secreted by the: a. developing follicle. b. corpus albicans. c. corpus luteum. d. endometrium. BACK TO GAME

38 Female Physiology: $400 Question During part of the normal menstrual cycle, when the levels of progesterone and estrogen decrease, what will occur? a. Fertilization b. Menstruation c. Amenorrhea d. Ovulation BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Female Physiology: $400 Answer During part of the normal menstrual cycle, when the levels of progesterone and estrogen decrease, what will occur? a. Fertilization b. Menstruation c. Amenorrhea d. Ovulation BACK TO GAME

40 Female Physiology: $500 Question When in the uterine cycle are progesterone levels the highest? a. During the menstrual phase b. At ovulation c. During the proliferative phase d. During the secretory phase BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Female Physiology: $500 Answer When in the uterine cycle are progesterone levels the highest? a. During the menstrual phase b. At ovulation c. During the proliferative phase d. During the secretory phase BACK TO GAME

42 Potluck: $100 Question Which of the following statements is true of both the male and the female reproductive systems? a. The primary sex organs are found in the abdominopelvic cavity. b. The urethra is part of the reproductive system. c. The gametes are formed by meiosis. d. Production of gametes begins during fetal life. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Potluck: $100 Answer Which of the following statements is true of both the male and the female reproductive systems? a. The primary sex organs are found in the abdominopelvic cavity. b. The urethra is part of the reproductive system. c. The gametes are formed by meiosis. d. Production of gametes begins during fetal life. BACK TO GAME

44 Potluck: $200 Question The areola is an area found on the: a. ovary. b. testis. c. breast. d. penis. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Potluck: $200 Answer The areola is an area found on the: a. ovary. b. testis. c. breast. d. penis. BACK TO GAME

46 Potluck: $300 Question A corpus albicans can be found: a. covering the testis. b. in the ovary. c. in the prostate gland. d. in the breast. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Potluck: $300 Answer A corpus albicans can be found: a. covering the testis. b. in the ovary. c. in the prostate gland. d. in the breast. BACK TO GAME

48 Potluck: $400 Question Which of the following has a very acidic pH? a. Testis b. Vagina c. Uterus d. Ejaculatory duct BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Potluck: $400 Answer Which of the following has a very acidic pH? a. Testis b. Vagina c. Uterus d. Ejaculatory duct BACK TO GAME

50 Potluck: $500 Question Cryptorchidism is a condition where: a. testes fail to descend. b. testes are removed before puberty. c. cysts form in the ovaries. d. sperm fail to gain motility. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Potluck: $500 Answer Cryptorchidism is a condition where: a. testes fail to descend. b. testes are removed before puberty. c. cysts form in the ovaries. d. sperm fail to gain motility. BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question Which of the following structures in the female are homologous to the scrotum? a. Vagina b. Labia minora c. Labia majora d. Mons pubis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer Which of the following structures in the female are homologous to the scrotum? a. Vagina b. Labia minora c. Labia majora d. Mons pubis BACK TO GAME


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