Biology 172 Quiz 17: Animal Reproduction and Animal Development

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  1. An animal whose normal life cycle involves changing from one sex to another at a certain point in time would be said to be a 
    A.mutant
    B.homosexual 
    C.parthogenetic animal 
    D.sequential hermaphrodite 
    E.simultaneous hermaphrodite
    D.sequential hermaphrodite
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Fertilization of human eggs usually takes place in the 
    A.ovary 
    B.uterus 
    C.labium minora
    D.vagina
    E.oviduct 
    E.oviduct
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. If the release of LH (luteinizing hormone) were inhibited in a human female, which of the following events would not occur?
    A.maturation of a primary follicle and oocyte 
    B.release of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) from the pituitary 
    C.production of estradiol by follicle cells 
    D.ovulation of a secondary oocyte
    E.release of GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone) from the hypothalamus 
    D.ovulation of a secondary oocyte
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Inhibition of the release of GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone) from the hypothalamus will 
    A.initiate ovulation 
    B.initiate the flow phase of the menstrual cycle 
    C.inhibit secretion of gonadotropins from the pituitary
    D.stimulate secretion of LH (luteinizing hormone) and FSH (follicle stimulating hormone)
    E.stimulate production of estrogen and progesterone 
    C.inhibit secretion of gonadotropins from the pituitary
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Internal and external fertilization both 
    A.occur in vertebrates 
    B.produce a zygote 
    C.occur only in terrestrial animals
    D.both answers A and B above 
    E.both answers A and C above
    Answer Key: D
  6. Organisms that produce amniote eggs, in general, 
    A.invest more energy in parenting than do placental animals 
    B.produce more gametes than do those animals with external fertilization and development
    C.invest substantial energay into each egg increasing the egg's probability of survival through development after fertilization 
    D.have a higher embryo mortality rate than do those with unprotected embryos 
    E.All of the above are correct
    C.invest substantial energay into each egg increasing the egg's probability of survival through development after fertilization
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. What do budding and fragmentation have in common?
    A.Both produce large numbers of offspring. 
    B.Both combine genetic infromation from two parents.
    C.Both are types of asexual reproduction. 
    D.Both occur in sea stars. 
    E.Both involve meiosis. 
    C.Both are types of asexual reproduction.
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  8. When eggs develop without the need for males to contribute genetically to a zygote, the phenomenon is know as 
    A.parthenogenesis 
    B.biparental sex
    C.binary fission
    D.gametogenesis 
    E.hermaphroditism 
    A.parthenogenesis
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  9. Changes in both cell shape and cell position are involved with which process(es)?A.gastrulation 
    B.cleavage 
    C.organogenesis 
    D.A and B only 
    E.A, B, and C
    Answer Key: E
  10. During which stage of development do the three primary germ layers become apparent in the embryo?
    A.gastrulation 
    B.gametogenesis 
    C.fertilization 
    D.neurulation
    E.cleavage 
    A.gastrulation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. In a frog embryo, gastrulation
    A.produces a blastocoel displaced into the animal hemisphere 
    B.proceeds by involution as cells roll over the lip of the blastopore 
    C.occurs within the inner cell mass that is embedded in the large amount of yolk
    D.is impossible because of the large amount of yolk in the ovum
    E.occurs along the primitive streak in the animal hemisphere 
    B.proceeds by involution as cells roll over the lip of the blastopore
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. What causes the "slow block" to polyspermy in sea urchins? 
    A.inactivation of the sperm acrosome 
    B.the consumption of yolk protein
    C.a transient voltage change across the membrane 
    D.the jelly coat blocking sperm penetration 
    E.formation of the fertilization envelope
    E.formation of the fertilization envelope
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Without the formulation of an ectoderm, vertebrates would not form 
    A.a liver 
    B.kidneys 
    C.a heart 
    D.a pancreas
    E.a nervous system
    E.a nervous system
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. During the later stages of pregnancy, the hormones that maintain the endometrium include 
    A.inhibin 
    B.fetal oxytocin 
    C.ovarian testosterone 
    D.prolactin
    E.placental estrogen and progesterone
    E.placental estrogen and progesterone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. In the formation of the vertbrate limb, the ________________ in the limb bud is critical to the correct orientation of the digits. 
    A.gray crescent
    B.blastopore lip
    C.primitive streak 
    D.apical epidermal ridge 
    E.zone of polarizing activity 
    E.zone of polarizing activity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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