Reproductive system by admin_massage2 | Jan 9, 2022 | 0 comments Welcome to your Reproductive system 1. What is the proper term for a ball of cells? Deselect Answer Morula Zygote Foetus Embryo 2. Which one of the following is an effect of polycystic ovarian syndrome? Deselect Answer Bloating Water retention Restlessness Enlarged ovaries 3. Breasts are made up of? Deselect Answer Elastic and adipose tissue Adipose and areolar tissue Connective tissue Muscular tissue 4. What is a zygote? Deselect Answer A fluid filled sac Tail of the sperm First cell of a new baby A ball of cells 5. A pregnancy which occurs outside the uterus is called? Deselect Answer Amenorrhoea Polycystic ovarian syndrome Dysmenorrhoea Ectopic pregnancy 6. What is the position of the scrotum? Deselect Answer Below the penis In front of the penis Above the penis Behind the penis 7. Deselect Answer 8. Where is the prostate gland situated? Deselect Answer Between scrotum and testes Between the bladder and rectum Between the bladder and vas deferens Between the epididymis and testes 9. The embryo becomes the foetus after how long? Deselect Answer 8 weeks 12 weeks 4 weeks 10 weeks 10. The flagellum is another term for? Deselect Answer Foreskin Tail of the sperm Head of the sperm Tip of the penis 11. Which one of the following is not part of the vulva? Deselect Answer Mons pubis Clitoris Labia majora Glans 12. The female sex cells are called? Deselect Answer Ovaries Ova Glans Sperm 13. What is the cause of polycystic ovarian syndrome? Deselect Answer Hyposecretion of luteinising hormone Hypersecretion of luteinising hormone Hypersecretion of testosterone Hyposecretion of testosterone 14. Which one of the following is not a cause of amenorrhoea? Deselect Answer Radical weight loss Excessive exercise Hormone imbalances Congestion of the uterus 15. Which one of the following is not a function of the scrotum? Deselect Answer To support the testes To protect the testes To maintain the correct temperature To store sperm 16. Extremely difficult menstruation is known as? Deselect Answer Pre menstrual syndrome Dysmenorrhoea Polycystic ovarian syndrome Amenorrhoea 17. What is the function of the epididymis? Deselect Answer To protect the testes To produce 2 secretions carried in sperm To produce sperm To store and transport sperm 18. Where does the epididymis begin? Deselect Answer At the top of each testis Below the scrotum Between the urethra and bladder At the end of the prostate gland 19. What is the first part of the birth canal? Deselect Answer Vagina Uterus Cervix Fallopian tube 20. Where are the testes positioned? Deselect Answer At the top of the urethra Within the scrotum Between the bladder and epididymis At the start of the ureter 21. Which part of the female reproductive system opens into the vagina? Deselect Answer Fallopian tube Uterus Cervix Ovaries 22. What is the structure of the scrotum? Deselect Answer An outer layer of skin An outer layer of skin and inner layer of muscle An inner layer of connective tissue An outer layer of muscle 23. What is the function of the pelvic girdle? Deselect Answer Leverage Protection Heat Movement 24. Amenorrhoea can be defined as? Deselect Answer Heavy menstruation Irregular menstruation Absence of menstruation Painful menstruation 25. Which part of the female reproductive system the site for fertilisation? Deselect Answer Ovaries Uterus Fallopian tubes 26. What part of the male reproductive system leads from the epididymis to the urethra? Deselect Answer Erectile tissue Prostate gland Vas deferens Ureter 27. Mature follicles are known as? Deselect Answer Graafin follicles Female sex cells Ovum Fallopian tubes 28. Which part of the male reproductive system transfers sperm from the epididymis to the urethra? Deselect Answer Penis Ureter Vas deferens Prostate gland 29. Which one of the following is not part of the penis? Deselect Answer Ureter Foreskin Urethra Erectile tissue 30. What do Graafian follicles contain? Deselect Answer Nerve endings Tissue and fluid Vulva and fluid Fluid and ovum 1 out of 1 Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.