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Quiz Embryology

Quiz Embryology

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Embryology 14Mar2009DO NOT DISTRIBUTE - 1 -
Embryology #1 – Introduction
1) In which period of development are most organ systems highly susceptible to injury?a) Early development b) Embryonic developmentc) First trimester d) Second trimester e) Third trimester 2) Which of the following regarding developmental anomalies is NOT true?a) Malformation results from an intrinsically abnormal development process b) Disruption results from extrinsic breakdown or interference with a normaldevelopmental processc) Deformation is abnormal form that results from mechanical forcesd) Dysplasia is abnormal organization of cells into tissuee) Nearly all anomalies are from known etiology3) The male and female processes of meiosis are equal.a) True b) False; for males it results in four spermatids and females result in two ovumwith two polar bodiesc) False; for males it results in four spermatids and females results in one ovumwith three polar bodiesd) False, for males and females it results in four (spermatids/ovum) but three of the ovum eventually dissolve as polar bodiese) False, for males it results in one spermatid with three polar bodies and femalesresult in two ovum with two polar bodies
Embryology #2 – Gametogenesis
1) The correct order for origin and migration of germ cells is:a) Epiblast to yolk sac to ventral mesentery to genital ridge b) Epiblast to yolk sac to dorsal mesentery to genital ridgec) Epiblast to hypoblast to genital ridged) Epiblast to mesoderm to genital ridgee) Epiblast to yolk sac to mesoderm to genital ridge2) In male gametogenesis, what is the role of Sertoli cells?a) Form junctional complex b) Attach to basal laminac) Isolate gamete cellsd) Replicate Type A pale spermatogoniae) Give rise to a population of Type B spermatogonia3) Which of the following is NOT a step involved in spermiogenesis prior to losingconnection with Sertoli cells?a) Flagella lysis b) Condensation of nucleusc) Formation of neck region and taild) Loss of cytoplasme) Acrosome addition4) Where does the process of sperm capacitation take place?
 
Embryology 14Mar2009DO NOT DISTRIBUTE - 2 -a) Within the testes b) Within the male urethrac) Within the female genital tractd) Within the ovume) Within the embryo5) In what phase to the oogonia become arrested until puberty?a) Meiosis II metaphase b) Meiosis II prophasec) Meiosis I metaphased) Meiosis I prophasee) G-phase6) A spike in which hormone restarts meiosis for the oogonia?a) hCG b) Estrogenc) Progesteroned) FSHe) LH7) After the primary follicle takes in fluid and forms a large antrum, it is called a:a) Stroma b) Primordial folliclec) Thecal follicled) Graafian folliclee) Antral follicle8) The first meiotic division is completed just prior to ovulation, forming a secondaryoocyte. The second division begins immediately but does not finished unless:a) hCG levels are high b) Fertilization takes placec) The epiblast is no longer presentd) The sperm are uncapacitatede) A developmental anomaly is present9) On the 5th day of the menstral cycle the hypothalamus secretes ____ which stimulatesthe pituitary gland to secrete ____ and ____.a) GnRH; FSH; LH b) GnRH; hCG; LHc) GnRH; FSH; hCGd) hCG; Progesterone; Estrogene) hCG; LH; Progesterone10) The syncytiotrophoblast secretes ____ causing the corpus luteum to secrete _____,which maintains pregnancy.a) GnRH; LH b) GnRH; FSHc) GnRH; hCGd) hCG; Estrogene) hCG; Progesterone
Embryology #3 – The First Week 
 
Embryology 14Mar2009DO NOT DISTRIBUTE - 3 -1) After the Graafian follicle breaks and before fertilization takes place, the secondaryoocyte is surrounded by cells called:a) Fimbriae b) Zona pellucitac) Cumulus oophorusd) Acrosomese) Oocytes2) What is the result of the cortical reaction?a) The corona radiata forms b) The zona pellucida formsc) Sperm can now enter the eggd) Sperm can no longer enter the egge) Acrosomes are removed3) Which of the following does NOT take place during fertilization?a) Male pronucleus forms b) Endometrial implantation occursc) Restoration of a diploid genomed) Determination of genetic sex of the embryoe) Cleavage initiated4) Which structure bounds the cells after fertilization as they compact to form themorula?a) Zona pellucida b) Corona radiatac) Pronucleusd) Inner cell masse) Outer cell mass5) As the first week begins, the embryoblast forms. It is called an embryoblast because of the cavity between the inner cell (embryoblast) and outer cell mass (trophoblast). Thiscavity is called the:a) Antrum b) Embryonic gapc) Trophoblastic reticulumd) Epiblaste) Blasoceole6) An ectopic pregnancy would occur if implantation occurred in all of the following places EXCEPT:a) Rectum b) Bladder c) Uterusd) Cervixe) Fallopian tube
Embryology #4 – The Second Week 
1) The cells of the embryoblast form the hypoblast and epiblast, which begin to form the ____ cavity.a) Chorionic

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