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ScienceFusion The Human Body Unit 1.6: The Reproductive System Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following DOES NOT occur during the 2nd trimester?

Question 2 2. What is reversibility?

Question 3 3. How many sperm actually reach the egg and have a chance to try to penetrate the membrane?

Question 4 4. On average a fetus will gain _____ during the 3rd trimester.

Question 5 5. The ampulla is an expanded portion of:

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Question 6 6. The following image shows a diagram of spermatogenesis, the process by which male gametes, known as sperm, are created. How is this process different from oogenesis?

Question 7 7. How many eggs are release in a typical menstrual cycle?

Question 8 8. How is object permanence defined?

Question 9 9. Greta is in labor, and is having intense contractions every 2 minutes, and each contraction lasts about 60 seconds. Greta is most likely in which stage of labor?

Question 10 10. Which of the following statements is true regarding HIV and genital herpes?

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Question 11 11. Which term refers to the determination/specialization of cell fates?

Question 12 12. What percentage of structures found in adults are also found in a fetus at the end of the first trimester?

Question 13 13. Male sterilization is a procedure used to prevent the transport of sperm to the outside of the body. It can be done under local anesthesia, through a small cut in the scrotum, outside the main body cavity. Which of the following structures could be involved in this procedure?

Question 14 14. Which of the following viruses is most commonly linked to causing cervical cancer?

Question 15 15.

John decided to consult a doctor after detecting the following symptoms:

1. A yellowish green discharge from his penis.

2. Pain in his testicles.

3. A burning sensation during urination.

John is most likely to be diagnosed with:

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Question 16 16. What is the correct order of the structures the oocyte would pass on its way to the uterus?

Question 17 17. If no implantation takes place, then what happens inside of the uterus?

Question 18 18. Which structure is responsible for the maturation of sperm (spermatozoa)?

Question 19 19. In which part of the ovary are oocytes produced?

Question 20 20. A friend tells you that her infant daughter often repeats reflexive behavior because she likes the outcome. What substage of cognitive development is your friend's daughter in?

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Question 21 21. By the end of the 2nd trimester, the average fetus is around _____ long and weighs approximately _____.

Question 22 22. When can the baby survive on its own if born prematurely?

Question 23 23. How does egocentrism evolve through the stages of development?

Question 24 24. Hannah is pregnant, and her water just broke. Which structure has ruptured?

Question 25 25. Which of the following structures produces the female gamete?

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Question 26 26. If a fetus is viable it means _____.

Question 27 27. What is the name of the stage in cognitive development that occurs during infancy?

Question 28 28. During oogenesis, when does the first meiotic division take place?

Question 29 29. Which virus has a preventative vaccine?

Question 30 30. Which part of the uterine tubes receives released oocytes from the ovary?

ScienceFusion The Human Body Unit 1.6: The Reproductive System Chapter Exam Instructions

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