Chapter 28: The Reproductive System

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1) The reproductive system includes all of the following except

A) gonads and external genitalia.

B) ducts that receive and transport the gametes.

C) accessory glands and organs that secrete fluids.

D) organs for copulation.

E) glands and organs that produce and store urine.

E) glands and organs that produce and store urine.

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2) The reproductive organ that produces gametes is called a

A) duct.

B) gland.

C) gonad.

D) womb.

E) girdle.

C) gonad.

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3) The male gonad is called a(n)

  1. A) seminal vesicle.
  2. B) epididymis.
  3. C) rete.
  4. D) testis.
  5. E) prostate.

D) testis.

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4) Sperm are moved along the ductus deferens (vas deferens) by

  1. A) hydrostatic force.
  2. B) ciliary action.
  3. C) peristaltic contractions.
  4. D) suction.
  5. E) hydraulic action.

C) peristaltic contractions.

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Arrange the four structures listed below into the order in which sperm pass from the testis to the external urethral orifice.

  1. ductus deferens
  2. urethra
  3. ejaculatory duct
  4. epididymis
  5. A) 1, 3, 4, 2
  6. B) 4, 3, 1, 2
  7. C) 4, 1, 2, 3
  8. D) 4, 1, 3, 2
  9. E) 1, 4, 3, 2
  1. D) 4, 1, 3, 2
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The organ that monitors and adjusts the composition of tubular fluid, recycles damaged sperm, and is the site of sperm maturation is the

  1. A) ductus deferens.
  2. B) rete testis.
  3. C) seminal gland (seminal vesicle).
  4. D) epididymis.
  5. E) prostate gland.
  1. D) epididymis.
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The organ that carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra is the

  1. A) ductus deferens (vas deferens).
  2. B) epididymis.
  3. C) seminal gland (seminal vesicle).
  4. D) ejaculatory duct.
  5. E) corpus cavernosum.
  1. A) ductus deferens (vas deferens).
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Inward projections of the tunica albuginea, known as septa testis, divide the testis into

  1. A) seminiferous tubules.
  2. B) straight tubules.
  3. C) lobules.
  4. D) rete testis.
  5. E) the epididymis and the testis proper.

C) lobules

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Inward projections of the tunica albuginea, known as septa testis, divide the testis into

  1. A) seminiferous tubules.
  2. B) straight tubules.
  3. C) lobules.
  4. D) rete testis.
  5. E) the epididymis and the testis proper.

...

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9) Straight tubules originate at the seminiferous tubules and form a network of passageways called the

A) epididymis.

B) ductus deferens.

C) rete testis.

D) efferent ducts.

E) vas deferens.

C) rete testis.

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11) Interstitial endocrine cells produce

A) sperm.

B) inhibin.

C) nutrients.

D) testosterone.

E) androgen-binding protein.

D) testosterone.

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12) Sperm production occurs in the

A) ductus deferens.

B) seminiferous tubules.

C) epididymis.

D) seminal glands

B) seminiferous tubules.

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13) The organ that produces a secretion that contains fructose, prostaglandins, and fibrinogen is the

A) prostate gland.

B) bulbo-urethral gland.

C) seminal gland (seminal vesicle).

D) corpus cavernosum.

E) preputial gland.

C) seminal gland (seminal vesicle).

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14) The organ that surrounds the urethra and produces an alkaline secretion is the

A) seminal gland (seminal vesicle).

B) bulbo-urethral gland.

C) prostate gland.

D) preputial gland.

E) Bartholin's gland.

C) prostate gland.

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15) The small paired structures at the base of the penis that secrete a thick, alkaline mucus are the

A) seminal vesicles.

B) prostate glands.

C) preputial glands.

D) Bartholin glands.

E) bulbo-urethral glands.

E) bulbo-urethral glands.

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16) Semen contains all of the following except

A) sperm.

B) seminal fluid.

C) prostaglandins.

D) spermatogonia.

E) fibrinogen.

D) spermatogonia.