Human Reproduction Review Quiz
1. Throughout the 1900's, there was a decrease in the age of puberty in humans likely due to better nutrition.
2. Which of the following are true about human anatomy.
3. The Bartholin's glands are the source of lubrication during intercourse as well as pheremones.
4. The basic pH in the vagina is a mechanism to control the type of microflora which are present.
5. The primary site of sperm storage in the human female is in the first portion of the oviduct isthmus.
6. Prostate hyperplasia (benign) is quite common in men over 60 years of age.
7. Which of the following should be your first choice for treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia?
8. Menopause can be detected or diagnosed a combination of which of the following:
9. The basal body temperature of women decrease then increase with ovulation.
10. The typical human pregnancy rate is 25% per cycle, assuming adequate sexual contact has occured.
11. If a menstrual cycle for a women is longer than normal, there likely was a spontaneous abortion.
12. Primary infertility in a women is when she has had a failure to conceive within 6 months if she has had at least 1 previous normal pregnancy.
13. If a human male was found to have only 60 million sperm in his ejaculate, he would be considered to be infertile.
14. Erythroblastosis Fetalis is when a mother is isoimmunized against fetal RBC's with RH factor present on the fetal RBC's. The condition causes a problem in the subsequent pregnancy when the anti-RBC antibodies will attack a fetus which has the RH factor on its RBC's. The mother must be negative to the RH factor on her own RBC's and the fetus must be positive for this condition to exist.
15. Genital warts is caused by a subtype of the human papiloma virus. The particular subtype is not one that causes cervical cancer and is not prevented by the human papiloma vaccine.