Male Reproductive System Quiz
Starfish use what type of asexual reproduction?
A. Binary fission
The male reproductive organ that stores maturing sperm is the
B. Vas Deferens
C. Prostate Gland
Females produce sex cells called ________
Sexual reproduction increases genetic _______
A major male sex organ that produces and stores sperm.
A. Prostate Gland
D. Vas deferens
When an egg is fertilized by a sperm cell, a new cell, called a _______
One key advantage of asexual reproduction is
A. Offspring complete for food and space
B. It allows organisms to reproduce quickly
C. Extreme temperatures can wipe out entire populations
D. Offspring are different than parent organism
What part of male reproductive system that function as a sac that holds the testes?
A. Vas deferens
D. Prostate gland
Half the _________ in the offspring come from each parent.
The male gonad that produces sperm and the male hormone testosterone is the
D. Cowper’s Gland
Sexual reproduction requires _____ parents and asexual reproduction requires ___ parents
How are genetic traits passed down from generation to generation?
Which process is considered to be faster?
A sperm and an egg join together in a process called ________
A set of coiled tubes that connect to the vas deferens.
A. Fallopian tube
D. Seminal Vesicle
What is the primary sex hormones of males?
A. Prostate gland
Tiny male cell that unites with the female ovum to form a fertilized egg or zygote.
Sex cells are produced by __________
C. cell division
D. binary fission
What is the function of vas deferens?
A. A muscular tube that passes upward alongside the testes and transports mature sperm to the urethra.
B. Sperm storage organ.
C. Feces holding area.
D. It produces sugar- rich fluid that provides sperm with a source of energy to help them move.
All forms of asexual reproduction use _________________ to grow new cells and organisms.
This structure is used for both excretion (urination) and reproductive funtions.
C. Cowper’s Gland
How many parent(s)are needed for asexual?
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