Sexual Behavior Quiz

Note: Multiple choice questions may require more than 1 answer to be checked to be identified as correct.

1. What is the purpose of reproductive behavior?
Choice 1 Provides an opportunity for copulation.
Choice 2 Assure the sperm and oocyte meet at the correct time.
Choice 3 Pleasure
Choice 4 Male dominance
2. Which of the following occur during the pre-copulatory phase of sexual behavior?
Choice 1 Searching for a partner.
Choice 2 Check for lordosis.
Choice 3 Sniff the vulva
Choice 4 Errection of the penis.
Choice 4 Mounting of the female.
Choice 4 Ejaculation
Choice 4 Refractory period
3. Which of the following occur during the copulatory phase of sexual behavior?
Choice 1 Searching for a partner.
Choice 2 Check for lordosis.
Choice 3 Sniff the vulva
Choice 4 Errection of the penis.
Choice 4 Mounting of the female.
Choice 4 Ejaculation
Choice 4 Refractory period
4. Which of the following occur during the post-copulatory phase of sexual behavior?
Choice 1 Searching for a partner.
Choice 2 Check for lordosis.
Choice 3 Sniff the vulva
Choice 4 Errection of the penis.
Choice 4 Mounting of the female.
Choice 4 Ejaculation
Choice 4 Refractory period
5. Prenatal steriod exposue effects adult sexual behavior patterns.
True
False
6. A boar is an example of a short copulator while the bull is an example of a long copulator.
True
False
7. A castrated cow would exhibit which of the following?
Choice 1 The individual would exhibit no sexual behavior.
Choice 2 If given estradiol, estrus behavior would be exhibited.
Choice 3 If given estradiol + progesterone, the individual would exhibit maximal estrus behavior.
Choice 4 If given testosterone, the individual would exhibit male-like behavior and mount other females.
8. A castrated bull would exhibit which of the following?
Choice 1 The individual would exhibit reduced sexual behavior.
Choice 2 If given testosterone, the individual would have sexual behavior restored.
Choice 3 If given DHT, the individual would have decreased sexual behavior.
Choice 4 If given estradiol, the individual would have sexual behavior restored.
9. Both the male and female are dependent on estradiol receptors in the brain to elicit normal sexual behavior.
True
False
10. The volmeronasal organ is involved in the male's detection of pheremones and the reason why the Flehmen response occurs in rams, bulls, and horses.
True
False
11. Cattle have been genetically selected for homosexual behavior.
True
False
12. Oxytocin is involved in the movement of sperm from the cauda epididymis to the colliculus seminalis in the process of emission.
True
False
13. It is relatively common to collect semen from a 10 month old bull.
True
False
14. In terms of the amount of sperm collected, a phantom or dummy mount is better than a live mount as the live one may move around alot and be unsafe for the male.
True
False
15. False mounts are used to increase the number of sperm collected in an ejaculate.
True
False
16. Within a male, an increase in the number of semen collections per week will result in fewer sperm/ejaculate but more sperm collected/week.
True
False
17. Which of the following semen extender components protect against cold shock.
Choice 1 Egg yolk or milk
Choice 2 Glucose
Choice 3 Citrate or Tris
Choice 4 Antibiotic
Choice 4 Glycerol
18. Which of the following semen extender components protect against freezing and thawing damage (cryoprotectant).
Choice 1 Egg yolk or milk
Choice 2 Glucose
Choice 3 Citrate or Tris
Choice 4 Antibiotic
Choice 4 Glycerol
19. Which of the following semen extender components buffer against pH changes due to sperm metabolism and contribute to the osmotic pressure of the extender.
Choice 1 Egg yolk or milk
Choice 2 Glucose
Choice 3 Citrate or Tris
Choice 4 Antibiotic
Choice 4 Glycerol
20. Liquid semen is the term given to semen that is cooled but not frozen. Liquid semen is used extensively in the equine and porcine industries for artificial insemination.
True
False
21. It is OK to only keep a few inches of liquid nitrogen in a semen storage tank even if you go into it to get
True
False