Multiple Choice Question
1. The male hormone testesterone is produced by _________.
(a) Leydig cells
(b) Seminiferous tubules
(d) Vas deferens
2. The process by which the sperms are produced is known as ____________.
3. The process by which the sperms are released is called __________________.
4. The attachment of the embryo to the uterus is called ____________________.
5. The sperms are temporarily stored in ___________.
(a) vas deferens
(b) vas efferens
Q. Name the following:
(a) The organ which produces sperm
(b) The organ which produces egg
(c) The place where embryo develops in human female
(d) The organ in reproductive system which receives the sperm
(e) A muscular tissue which delivers the sperm into vagina of female
(f) Name the method of asexual reproduction in which individuals develops from the bud.
(g) Name the process of reproduction in Amoeba.
(a) Testes (b) Ovaries (c) Uterus (d) Vagina (e) Penis (f) Budding (g) Binary fission
Q. Fill in the blanks:
(a) Male and female have different reproductive part testes and Ovaries respectively.
(b) Each parent produce special sex cell called gamete.
(c) The gamete produced by male and female is sperm and egg (Ovum) respectively.
(d) In most aquatic animal, external fertilization takes place.
(e) On reaching the uterus, the embryo attached to the wall of uterus by placenta. This is called implantation.
(f) In human fertilization of sperm and ovum takes place in the interior part of Oviduct
(g) The process of transformation of larva or tadpole into an adult through drastic changes is called metamorphosis.
(h) A hermaphrodite is a person who possesses the sexual organs of both male and female.
Solution for Basic Science Publication Bharati Bhawan [Central public School]
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