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The Male Reproductive System Study Guide Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why do the Leydig cells produce testosterone?

Question 2 2. If the goal of a medicine was to induce an erection, which of the following would be a potential mechanism of action?

Question 3 3. Which of the following structures reduces friction between the testicle and the scrotal wall?

Question 4 4. What do the seminiferous tubules contain?

Question 5 5.

Replication precedes which of the following types of cell division?

I. Mitosis

II. Meiosis I

III. Meiosis II

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Question 6 6. What is the term used to describe the partitions made by the tunica albuginea inside the testes?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is a somatic cell?

Question 8 8. What are the three basic components of a functional mature sperm cell?

Question 9 9.

Which of the following events occur during prophase II?

I. Kinetochores assemble on each tetrad

II. Chromosome condensation

III. Spindle apparatus assembly

Question 10 10. What is the first accessory gland that sperm pass on their way through the reproductive tract?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following structures is unique to meiosis?

Question 12 12. Which structure produces a fluid that helps sperm gain motility?

Question 13 13. Lately Joe has been suffering an inability to pass urine, and he has decided to see his doctor. After giving Joe a thorough examination, the doctor has made an official diagnosis. Which of the following statements BEST describes the doctor's explanation as to why Joe is experiencing a decrease in his ability to urinate?

Question 14 14. Which best describes the signaling nature of the hormones in the male HPG axis?

Question 15 15. Crossing over occurs during which phase of meiosis?

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Question 16 16. Where does spermatogenesis occur?

Question 17 17. Which accessory gland secretes a lubricant known as pre-ejaculate?

Question 18 18. Which of the following is true about sperm?

Question 19 19. What would happen if testosterone levels get too high?

Question 20 20. Forty sperm are made by the end of spermatogenesis. How many spermatogonium entered meiosis?

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Question 21 21. 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 22 22. Which of the following list structures in the correct order of sperm passage?

Question 23 23. LH and FSH are secreted from the _____.

Question 24 24.

Chromatids can be found in which of the following types of cell division?

I. Mitosis

II. Meiosis I

III. Meiosis II

Question 25 25. Testicles are located outside the abdominal cavity because:

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Question 26 26. Why is it important for the bulbourethral glands to neutralize urinary acids?

Question 27 27. A lab technician is examining a specimen, and notices that it contains fructose, fibrinogen, and prostaglandins. What is the technician examining?

Question 28 28. When Carl jumps into a cold lake, how does the low temperature affect his testicles?

Question 29 29. When at rest, the arteries supplying the erectile tissues in the penis are _____.

Question 30 30. Which of the following statements is NOT true of meiosis?

The Male Reproductive System Study Guide Chapter Exam Instructions

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