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reproductive System Quiz

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1. What is correct about amniocentesis?

A. Intrauterine diagnosis

B. Withdrawal of allatonic fluid from pregnant women

C. Chemical analysisof fluids of pregnant women

D. Culturing amniotic cells and study of metaphasic chromosomes to identify chromosomal abnormality

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2. What is correct about test tube baby?

A. Fertilization inside female genital tract and grown in test tube

B. Rearing of prematurely born in incubator

C. Fertilization outside and gestation inside womb of mother

D. Both fertilization and development are effected outside the genital tract.

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3. Contraceptive oral pills help in birth control by

A. Killing of ova

B. Preventing ovulation

C. Killing of sperms

D. Forming barrier between sperms and ova

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4. Most important component of oral contraceptive agents is

A. Thyroxine


C. Progestrone


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5. Copper-T/ loop prevents

A. Ovulation

B. Fertilization

C. Zygote formation

D. Cleavage

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6. Which of the following is a mechanical barrier used in birth control?

A. Copper-T

B. Diaphragm

C. Loop

D. Dalcon shield

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7. Which of the following represents a condition where the motility of sperms is highly reduced?

A. Azospermia

B. Polyspermy

C. Oligospermia

D. Asthenospermia

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8. Chancroid is a sexually transmitted disease caused by

A. Treponima

B. Haemophilus

C. Neisseria

D. Trichomonas

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9. Oral contraceptive pills function by inhibiting

A. Fertilization

B. Ovulation

C. Reproduction

D. Implantation

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10. __________________ is found positive during fertility period of menstrual cycle, in which cervical mucus is slippery and can be drawn into a thread when stretched between two fingers.

A. Spinnbarkeit test

B. Shick test

C. Ballottement test

D. Pyroglobulin test

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11. Failure of testis to descend into the scrotum is called

A. Paedogenesis

B. Castration

C. Cryptorchidism

D. Impotency

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12. The mesoderm gives rise to all the following structures in the fully developed fetus, EXCEPT

A. Muscular system

B. Nervous system

C. Circulatory system

D. Gonads

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13. After a sperm has entered on ovum, entry of other sperm is prevented by

A. Condensation of the yolk

B. Formation of pigment coat

C. Development of viteline membrane

D. Development of fertilization membrane

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14. In development, nervous system is

A. Ectodermal

B. Endodermal

C. Ectomesodermal

D. Endomesodermal

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15. Which one is produced by mesoderm?

A. Heart and notochord

B. Heart and brain

C. Spinal cord and notochord

D. Brain and notochord

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16. Umbulical cord contains

A. Umbulicus

B. Placenta

C. Discus proligerus

D. Allantoic artery and vein

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17. The site of fertilization in human is

A. Ovary

B. Uterus

C. Vagina

D. Fallopian tube

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18. Gonads develop from embryonic

A. Ectoderm

B. Endoderm

C. Mesoderm

D. Both mesoderm and endoderm

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19. Location and secretion of Leydig cells are

A. Liver-cholestrol

B. Ovary-estrogen

C. Testis-testosterone

D. Pancreas-glucogen

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20. Freshly released human egg has

A. One Y-chromosome

B. One X-chromosome

C. Two X-chromosome

D. One X-chromosome and one Y-chromosome

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1. D
3. B
6. B
7. D
10. A
11. C
12. D
13. D
14. A
16. D
  1. Nettina, Sandra M.; Mills, Elizabeth Jacqueline. Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice, 8th Edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006.
  2. Bhatti K. Dinesh Companion to Biology. S. Dinesh & Co. New Delhi, 2009.
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