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Anatomy of the Reproductive System Quiz:

 

1. Which of these faces the lumen of the tubules of the epididymis?

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
CT
Smooth muscle layers
Stereocilia

 

2. Which of these directly houses/supports the stereocilia in the tubules of the epididymis?

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
CT
Smooth muscle layers
Plica circularis

 

3. Which of these supports the bases of the cells lining the tubules of the epididymis?

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
CT
Smooth muscle layers
Stereocilia

 

4. Which of these is farthest from the lumen in the organization of the tubules of the epididymis?

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
CT
Smooth muscle layers
Stereocilia

 

5. With which of these is the urethra associated?

Corpora cavernosa
Corpus spongiosum
Septum
Loose hypodermis

 

6. Which of these is the supporting, separating tissue for the three corpora within the penis?

Corpus spongiosum
Corpora cavernosa
Septum
Loose hypodermis

 

7. Which of these structures contains erectile tissue?

Corpus spongiosum
Septum
Loose hypodermis
Tunica albuginea

 

8. Which of these structures contains erectile tissue?

Corpora cavernosa
Septum
Loose hypodermis
Tunica albuginea

 

9. Which of these wraps around the entire outer surface of the corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum?

Venous cavities
Septum
Loose hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)
Tunica albuginea

 

10. Which of these represents a function of epididymal stereocilia?

The stereocilia of the epididymis help move the sperm through the tubules of the epididymis.
The stereocilia of the epididymis help absorb excess fluid and pass nutrients to the sperm.
The stereocilia of the epididymis help reabsorb defective sperm cells.
The stereocilia of the epididymis help store active sperm cells.

 

11. Which duct provides an exit point from the epididymis?

The exit point from the epididymis is the ejaculatory duct.
The exit point from the epididymis is the rete testis.
The exit point from the epididymis is the ductus deferens.
The exit point from the epididymis is the prostatic urethra.

 

12. Which of these represents the superior portion of the epididymis?

Tail
Body
Head
Tubulus

 

13. Which of these represents the inferior portion of the epididymis?

Tail
Body
Head
Tubulus

 

14. Which of these connects the lobules of the testes with the tubular system of the epididymis?

Efferent ductule
Tubulus rectus
Body of the epididymis
Rete testis

 

15. Which of these areas contains venous cavities?

Septum
Tunica albuginea
Corpora cavernosa
Lumen

 

NOTE: You are also responsible for visual identification of the microslides and cat organs as indicated in your objectives. Practical applications such as these are an inherent part of each laboratory activity and exam.