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1
In the male, what cells produce androgens?
A)spermatogonia
B)interstitial cells
C)sustentacular cells
D)All of these are correct.
2
All of the following organs produce a component of seminal fluid except the
A)bulbourethral glands.
B)testes.
C)seminal vesicles.
D)prostate gland.
3
Spermatogonia divide by mitosis to form a new spermatogonium and
A)a sperm cell.
B)spermatids.
C)a primary spermatocyte.
D)zygotes.
4
Sperm are stored in the _____, where they remain until they are fully mature and capable of motility.
A)epididymis
B)seminiferous tubule
C)ductus deferens
D)rete testis
5
The female homologue to the penis is the
A)labia majora.
B)labia minora.
C)clitoris.
D)vagina.
6
Ovulation occurs due to a dramatic "peak" of which hormone?
A)progesterone
B)LH (luteinizing hormone)
C)FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone)
D)prolactin
7
Which statement is true about the uterus?
A)The endometrium basal layer is shed each month during menses.
B)The myometrium has several layers of skeletal muscle.
C)The cervix projects into the vagina.
D)The round ligament is peritoneum that drapes over the uterus.
8
Which structure contains a primary oocyte, several layers of follicle cells, and an antrum?
A)primordial follicle
B)primary follicle
C)secondary follicle
D)vesicular follicle
9
The most anteriorly placed structure in the female perineum is the
A)vaginal orifice.
B)cervix.
C)labia minora.
D)mons pubis.
10
The paramesonephric ducts in the embryo form which of the following?
A)uterine tubes and uterus
B)ovary
C)ductus deferens
D)seminal vesicle







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