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Nervous, Endocrine and Reproductive Systems Exam Questions and Answers

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  1. Site of egg implantation – UTERUS
  2. A pair of long, narrow ducts that transport male sperm cells to the egg, provide a suitable environment for fertilization, and transport the egg from the ovary.  FALLOPIAN TUBE
  3. A gland that produces most of the fluid that carries sperm during ejaculation. SEMINAL VESICLE
  4. It can secrete a thick and clear mucus that lubricates and neutralizes any trace of acidic urine in the urethra. BULBOURETHRAL GLAND
  5. A temporary storage place for sperm. EPIDIDYMIS
  6. It receives, carries and delivers the sperm to the urethra. VAS DEFERENS
  7. It is the birth canal leading from the uterus to the external opening of the reproductive tract.  VAGINA
  8. A group of cells in an animal’s body that synthesizes substances for release into the bloodstream or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface.  GLAND
  9. A hormone that enables the body to produce a certain type of lymphocytes.  THYMOSIN
  10. A hormone responsible in storing Ca and P in the bones and blood plasma.  PARATHYROID HORMONE
  11. A chronic disease caused by inherited and/or acquired deficiency in production of insulin by the pancreas, or by the ineffectiveness of the insulin produced.  DIABETES
  12. A hormone responsible in the formation of skin color. MELANOCYTE-STIMULATING HORMONE
  13. A messenger molecule that helps coordinate the actions of various tissues. HORMONE
  14. Another name of the pituitary gland.  HYPOPHYSIS
  15. A hormone that stimulates the formation of ovarian hormones and the subsequent release of a mature egg. LUTEINIZING HORMONE
  16. The endocrine gland that can control the blood sugar content.  PANCREAS
  17. The part that connects the brain to the spinal cord and controls automatic functions such as breathing, digestion, heart rate and blood pressure.  BRAIN STEM
  18. The large, upper part of the brain that controls activity and thought. CEREBRUM
  19. It controls simple musculoskeletal reflexes without input from the brain. SPINAL CORD
  20. Another name of the axons. NERVE FIBER
  21. Another name of the cell body of the neurons. SOMA
  22. It is a type of chemical messenger which transmits signals across a chemical synapse from one neuron to another “target” neuron, muscle cell, or gland cell. NEUROTRANSMITTERS
  23. The most highly specialized organ of the body. *
    BRAIN
  24.  One of the major divisions of the brain stem that is responsible for eye movement and dilation of the pupils. *
    MIDBRAIN
  25. One of the major divisions of the brain stem that connects the medulla oblongata and the cerebrum. *
    PONS
  26. The autonomic nervous system raises and lowers your blood pressure. *
    Y
  27. The brain is the largest and most complex part of the nervous system. *
    Y
  28. Other body systems rely on the nervous system in order to function. *
    Y
  29. Afferent neurons carry nerve impulses from body parts to the brain. *
    Y
  30. The cerebellum is responsible for balance and coordination. *
    Y
  31. The cerebellum is the largest part of your brain. *
    N
  32. The minute spaces between the seminiferous tubules are filled with cells that can produce the androgen. *
    N
  33. During sexual excitement or orgasm, semen pumps out through the urethra wherein there is a mitral valve that blocked the urine. *
    N
  34.  During sexual excitement, much blood is pumped into the erectile tissue at the same time that the outflow through the veins is partially blocked. *
    N
  35. Progesterone is responsible in high-pitched voice, the absence of beard, development of breasts, widening of pelvis and ripening of egg.
    Y
  36. Sweat ; sweat gland : _______________ ; sebaceous gland *
    SEBUM
  37. _________________ ; vasopressin : somatotropic hormone ; growth hormone *
    ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE
  38.  Medulla oblongata ; _______________ : thalamus ; diencephalon *
    BRAIN STEM
  39. Prolactin ; mammary gland : _____________________ ; adrenal gland *
    ADRENOCORTICOTROPIC HORMONE
  40. Cowper’s Gland ; acid : ________________ ; base *
    PROSTATE GLAND

 

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