Human Reproduction

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  • Created on: 21-06-16 16:59

1. Where are leydig cells and what is their function?

  • Testes - produce spermatids
  • Seminal vesicle - produce spermatids
  • Seminiferous tubule - produce testosterone
  • Epididymis - produces testosterone
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2. What is the cortical reaction?

  • The fusing of cortical granules forming a fertilisation membrane
  • The movement of cortical granules outside of the egg cell
  • The influx of K+ ions
  • When the embryo is implanted

3. What is the order of growth after fertilisation?

  • zygote > foetus > embryo > blastocyst
  • foetus > embryo > blastocyst > zygote
  • zygote > blastocyst > embryo > foetus
  • zygote > embryo > blastocyst > foetus

4. What forms the distinctive positive strip on a pregnancy test?

  • The presence of FSH in urine
  • The binding of an antibody contained within dye and hCG
  • The binding of FSH and hCG
  • The binding of an antibody contained within die and FSH

5. What is released from the acrosome at fertilisation?

  • Testosterone
  • FSH
  • Hydrolitic enzymes
  • Oestrogen

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