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Conception and Pregnancy (Grade 10)

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Conception and Pregnancy

The process of releasing the egg from the ovary is
  1. menstrual cycle.
  2. premenstrual syndrome.
  3. ovulation.
  4. hormonal apex.
Which path does an ovum take through the female reproductive tract?
  1. ovaries, cervix, fallopian tubes
  2. ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina, uterus
  3. ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus
  4. ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix
Fertilization of an egg by a sperm occurs in the
  1. fallopian tubes
  2. vagina
  3. cervix
  4. ovaries
How many sperm are needed to fertilize an egg?
  1. 50
  2. 100
  3. 1
  4. 10
What is the microscopic cell that begins human life?
  1. neonate
  2. fetus
  3. embryo
  4. zygote
The cluster of cells that develops between the third and eighth week of pregnancy is called a(n)
  1. zygote.
  2. embryo.
  3. fetus.
  4. microscopic cell.
The                 is a hollow, muscular organ that nourishes and protects a developing fetus.
  1. vagina
  2. uterus
  3. ovary
  4. fallopian tube
A rope-like structure that connects the fetus with the mother's placenta is the
  1. amniotic sac.
  2. uterine tube.
  3. umbilical cord.
  4. epithelial cord.
This structure nourishes the fetus and removes waste from the fetus to the mother.
  1. cervix
  2. uterus
  3. placenta
  4. Fallopian tube
How many weeks does it take for the fetus to be fully developed and ready to be born?
  1. 36 weeks
  2. 40 weeks
  3. 45 weeks
  4. 50 weeks
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