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Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____    1. During sexual reproduction genetic variation develops during gamete production and by new genetic
           combinations developed at fusion of gametes.
           a. true                                          b. false
____    2. Hermaphroditic organisms such as earthworms generally do not find a mate in order to produce sexual
           a. true                                          b. false
____    3. During sexual reproduction genetic variation develops during gamete production and by new genetic
           combinations developed at fusion of gametes.
           a. true                                          b. false
____    4. In a stable environment an organism reproducing sexually would show the greatest number of individuals
           showing a high level of fitness.
           a. true                                          b. false
____    5. The development of an ovum without fertilization by a male is called
           a. budding                                       c. hermaphroditism
           b. pathogenesis                                  d. monoecy
____    6. Which of the following is not a form of asexual reproduction
           a. budding                                       c. development from rhizome
           b. cloning                                       d. hermaphroditism
____    7. A Type I survivorship curve is the result of which of the following life-history traits?
           a. parents provide extended care for young c. relatively high infant mortality
           b. large numbers of young are born               d. death rates consistant over time
____    8. A survivorship curve that involves producing very few offspring, each of which has a high probability of
           surviving to adulthood, is typical of
           a. sea stars                                     c. oysters
           b. elephants                                     d. mice
____    9. Where in a woman’s reproductive tract does fertilization most often take place?
           a. in the ovary                                  c. in the uterus
           b. in the oviduct (fallopian tube)               d. in the vagina
____   10. In which layer of the uterus does the embryo implant?
           a. exometrium                                    c. endometrium
           b. myometrium                                    d. epimetrium
____   11. Which of the following glands contributes to semen?
           a. the prostate                                  c. seminal vesicles
           b. bulbourethral                                 d. all of these
____   12. After being produced, sperm mature in a testis structure called the
           a. vas deferens                                  c. prostate
           b. epididymis                                    d. seminal vesicle
____   13. Meiosis occurs during
           a. spermatogenesis only.                         c. both spermatogenesis and oogenesis.
           b. oogenesis only.                               d. neither spermatogenesis nor oogenesis.
____   14. The urethra is part of the reproductive tract in
           a. females                                       c. males
           b. all mice                                      d. invertebrates only
____   15. Which structure is present in the ovary after ovulation
           a. the primary follicle                          c. corpus luteum
           b. secondary follicle                            d. vesicular follicle
____   16. Components of the vulva include the mons pubis, labia major, labia minor, clitoris, vestibule and
           a. vagina                                       c. urethra
           b. uterus                                       d. none of these
____ 17.   Sperm production occurs in the
           a. ductus deferens                              c. seminiferous tubules
           b. epididymis                                   d. seminal vesicles
____ 18.   The structure that carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra is the
           a. ductus deferens                              c. epididymis
           b. seminal vesicle                              d. ejaculatory duct
____ 19.   During the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle
           a. estrogen is released from the ovary          c. a burst of follicle-stimulating hormone
              supports development of the endometrial          from the pituitary stimulates development
              lining of the uterus                             of a primordial follicle
           b. progesterone is secreted from the corpus d. both a and b
____ 20.   Enzymes in the acrosome of sperm are essential to
           a. providing motility of sperm                  c. fighting with other sperm
           b. becoming capacitated                         d. penetration of the corona radiata

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