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1 3.6.4.H Human Embryo Development H Sexual Reproduction in the Human – Embryo Development and Menstrual Cycle Follow-Me – iQuiz

2 Q. Where is FSH produced? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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4 Q. What is the role of oestrogen in the menstrual cycle? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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6 Q. Explain what is meant by germ layers? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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8 Q. Which part of the female reproductive system is influenced by both FSH and LH? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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10 Q. What is the morula? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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12 Q. Name a tissue that the ectoderm gives rise to. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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14 Q. What is a placenta? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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16 Q. From what tissues does a placenta form? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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18 Q. Describe the amnion. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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20 Q. What is the blastocyst? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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22 Q. Name a tissue that the endoderm gives rise to. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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24 Q. Explain the importance of the amnion for the foetus. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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26 Q. Give one function of FSH. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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28 Q. What is the role of progesterone in the menstrual cycle? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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30 Q. By which type of cell division does the zygote divide? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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32 Q. What is the next developmental stage after the morula? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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34 Q. What is meant by the term infertility? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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36 Q. Name a tissue that the mesoderm gives rise to. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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38 Q. Explain the term implantation. Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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40 Q. What is meant by in-vitro fertilisation? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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42 Q. What is the role of the amnion? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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44 Q. What is meant by fertilization? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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46 Q. In which part of the human female reproductive system does fertilization occur? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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48 Q. What is meant by the fertile period? Blastocyst Embedding of embryo in endometrium Holds; Produces fluid; Protects embryo or foetus Fusion of gametes; Formation of zygote Fluid-filled or hollow ball of cells Meiosis Layer of cells in the blastula (embryo); Give rise to specific tissues or organs Inner lining of gut or named part of; Liver; Pancreas Inability to produce offspring Ovary; Follicle Repairs endometrium; Inhibits FSH; Stimulates LH Skin; Nails; Hair; Nervous system Solid ball of cells Sperm and egg fuse outside the body Muscles; Skeleton; Excretory system; Respiratory system; Circulatory system Time when fertilisation is possible; When egg is in oviduct Structure attached to inner surface of the womb of pregnant mammals, helps nourish the foetus, and discharges its waste Uterine and embryonic tissue Contains amniotic fluid; Protects embryo Production of follicle (egg); Stimulate oestrogen production Endometrium maintenance; Inhibits FSH; Inhibits LH; Sac; Membrane Fallopian tube; Oviduct Mitosis Pituitary

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