Biology Quiz for NEET_10 (Human Reproduction)

Biology Quiz for NEET_10 (Human Reproduction)

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Which of the following ensures fertilization of an ovum by only one sperm?

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If 2N and 2C are the number of chromosomes and the amount of DNA present in the diploid cell, what is the number of chromosomes and amount of DNA present in the secondary spermatocytes?

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Which of the following correctly describes the importance of mitosis during the process of sperm formation?

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The process of formation of male gametes is called ___(i)___ that begins at ___(ii)___. Which of the following will come in place of (i) and (ii)?

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Which of the following is the correct pathway for the flow of milk during lactation? (A= alveoli, MT= mammary tubule, MD= mammary duct, MA= mammary ampulla, LD= lactiferous duct)

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Which of the following best describes the function of the myometrium?

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Which of the following is the primary function of the endometrium?

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Which of the following structures form the birth canal?

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What is the term used to refer to the finger-like projections located at the border of the Infundibulum?

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Which of the following collects the ovum after ovulation?

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What is the type of epithelium that lines the innermost layer of the fallopian tube?

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Which of the following is the correct order of the three parts of the fallopian tube (from proximal to uterus to distal)?

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Which of the following structures maintains the position of the ovaries in the lower abdominal cavity?

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What is the chemical nature of the hormones produced by the ovaries?

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Which of the following is the function of male accessory reproductive ducts?

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The following table contains the types of cells present in the testes (column I) and their functions (column II).

Column I Column II
i. Spermatogonia a. Provide nutrition to sperms
ii. Sertoli cells b. Form Sperm
iii. Leydig cells c. Secrete cytokines
iv. Immune cells d. Secrete androgens

Which of the following is the correct match of items from columns I and II?

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Consider the following sentences:
[I]. Germ cells and Sertoli cells are present outside the seminiferous tubules
[II]. Germ cells and Sertoli cells are present inside the seminiferous tubules
[III]. Sertoli cells provide nutrition to the germ cellsPage2
[IV]. Leydig cells are present in the interstitium of testicular compartments.
Which of the following groups contains only correct sentences?

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The number of seminiferous tubules in each of the testicular compartments is?

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What is the number of testicular compartments in each testis?

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The individual compartments in the testis are called?

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The extra-abdominal presence of the testes maintains its temperature at:

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Which of the following is the importance of the presence of testes in an extra-abdominal pouch?

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The primary male reproductive organ in humans is located outside the abdominal cavity within a pouch known as:

 

 

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The following table contains terms related to reproduction and their definition.

Column I Column II
i. Implantation a. Attachment of blastocyst to the uterine wall
ii. Gestation b. Birth of fully developed embryo
iii. Parturition c. Development of embryo

Which of the following is a correct match of items from columns I and II?

 

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The following table contains terms related to reproduction and their definition.

Column I Column II
i. Gametogenesis a. Fusion of gametes
ii. Insemination b. Formation of gametes
iii. Fertilization c. Release of gametes in the female reproductive tract

Which of the following is a correct match of items from columns I and II?

 

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The following sentences are the comparison of the reproductive events in human males and females.

[I]. Sperm formation continues even in old men, but the formation of the ovum ceases in women around the age of fifty years.

[II]. Millions of sperm are released in each ejaculate, but only one egg is released in each menstrual cycle.

[III]. Spermatogenesis is a continuous event while oogenesis takes a long pause before completion.

[IV]. The process of spermatogenesis completes before fertilization, but oogenesis completes only after fertilization.

Which of the following is a combination of correct differences/similarities?

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Which of the following is not the accessory part of the human male reproductive system?

 

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In all organisms, the reproductive events occur:

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Which of the following is the correct order of reproductive events in humans?

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Which of the following is incorrect about reproduction in humans?

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