Reproductive system by admin_massage2 | Jan 9, 2022 | 0 comments Welcome to your Reproductive system 1. Amenorrhoea can be defined as?Deselect AnswerAbsence of menstruationHeavy menstruationIrregular menstruationPainful menstruation2. The flagellum is another term for?Deselect AnswerTail of the spermTip of the penisForeskinHead of the sperm3. What is the position of the scrotum?Deselect AnswerIn front of the penisAbove the penisBelow the penisBehind the penis4. Breasts are made up of?Deselect AnswerConnective tissueMuscular tissueAdipose and areolar tissueElastic and adipose tissue5. What is the function of the epididymis?Deselect AnswerTo store and transport spermTo produce spermTo produce 2 secretions carried in spermTo protect the testes6. Which one of the following is not part of the penis?Deselect AnswerUrethraForeskinErectile tissueUreter7. Where does the epididymis begin?Deselect AnswerAt the end of the prostate glandAt the top of each testisBetween the urethra and bladderBelow the scrotum8. The female sex cells are called?Deselect AnswerGlansOvaOvariesSperm9. Where are the testes positioned?Deselect AnswerAt the top of the urethraAt the start of the ureterWithin the scrotumBetween the bladder and epididymis10. What is a zygote?Deselect AnswerA fluid filled sacFirst cell of a new babyA ball of cellsTail of the sperm11. Which part of the female reproductive system the site for fertilisation?Deselect AnswerOvariesUterusFallopian tubesUterus12. What is the proper term for a ball of cells?Deselect AnswerEmbryoFoetusZygoteMorula13. Which part of the female reproductive system opens into the vagina?Deselect AnswerOvariesFallopian tubeCervixUterus14. Which one of the following is not a cause of amenorrhoea?Deselect AnswerCongestion of the uterusExcessive exerciseRadical weight lossHormone imbalances15. What is the function of the pelvic girdle?Deselect AnswerMovementHeatProtectionLeverage16. Deselect Answer17. What is the first part of the birth canal?Deselect AnswerUterusCervixFallopian tubeVagina18. The embryo becomes the foetus after how long?Deselect Answer10 weeks12 weeks8 weeks4 weeks19. A pregnancy which occurs outside the uterus is called?Deselect AnswerPolycystic ovarian syndromeDysmenorrhoeaAmenorrhoeaEctopic pregnancy20. Which part of the male reproductive system transfers sperm from the epididymis to the urethra?Deselect AnswerVas deferensUreterProstate glandPenis21. What part of the male reproductive system leads from the epididymis to the urethra?Deselect AnswerVas deferensErectile tissueUreterProstate gland22. Mature follicles are known as?Deselect AnswerOvumGraafin folliclesFemale sex cellsFallopian tubes23. Where is the prostate gland situated?Deselect AnswerBetween the bladder and rectumBetween scrotum and testesBetween the epididymis and testesBetween the bladder and vas deferens24. What is the cause of polycystic ovarian syndrome?Deselect AnswerHypersecretion of testosteroneHyposecretion of luteinising hormoneHypersecretion of luteinising hormoneHyposecretion of testosterone25. What do Graafian follicles contain?Deselect AnswerTissue and fluidFluid and ovumVulva and fluidNerve endings26. Extremely difficult menstruation is known as?Deselect AnswerDysmenorrhoeaAmenorrhoeaPre menstrual syndromePolycystic ovarian syndrome27. What is the structure of the scrotum?Deselect AnswerAn outer layer of skinAn outer layer of skin and inner layer of muscleAn inner layer of connective tissueAn outer layer of muscle28. Which one of the following is not a function of the scrotum?Deselect AnswerTo maintain the correct temperatureTo protect the testesTo support the testesTo store sperm29. Which one of the following is an effect of polycystic ovarian syndrome?Deselect AnswerWater retentionRestlessnessBloatingEnlarged ovaries30. Which one of the following is not part of the vulva?Deselect AnswerGlansLabia majoraClitorisMons pubis1 out of Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.