NEET Human Reproduction Test,NCERT Zoology Class 12 questions PDF

Human Reproduction Mock Test-1

NEET Human Reproduction Test

Question No:1

Humans are ___ and ___ organisms:

(A) sexually reproducing, oviparous
(B) asexually reproducing, ovoviviparous
(C) asexually reproducing, viviparous
(D) sexually reproducing, viviparous



Question No:2

The formation of gametes is termed as:

(A) Gametogamy
(B) Syngamy
(C) Gametogenesis
(D) Gestation



Question No:3

The transfer of sperms into the female genital tract is called:

(A) Insemination
(B) Gametogenesis
(C) Fertilization
(D) Gestation



Question No:4

The fusion of male and female gametes is known as:

(A) Insemination
(B) Fertilization
(C) Implantation
(D) Parturition



Question No:5

Match the following correctly.
Column-I—Column-II
1 . Gestation A. Fusion of male and female gametes
2 . Parturition B. Formation of gametes
3 . Gametogenesis C. Attachment to the uterine wall
4 . Implantation D. Delivery of the baby
E. Embryonic development

(A) 1:A, 2:C, 3:B, 4:D
(B) 1:E, 2:D, 3:A, 4:C
(C) 1:E,2:D, 3:B,4:C
(D) 1:C, 2:D, 3:A, 4:C



Question No:6

The correct chronological order of the following events is:

(A) Gametogenesis —> Fertilization —> Insemination —> Gestation —» Implantation —> Parturition
(B) Gametogenesis —»Insemination —» Fertilization —> Impanation —> Parturition —> Gestation
(C) Gametogenesis —> Insemination —» Fertilization —» Implantation —> Gestation —> Parturition
(D) None of these



Question No:7

Following statements are true except:

(A) In an individual, reproductive changes occur after puberty.
(B) Sperm formation occurs even in old men.
(C) Formation of ovum continues in women after fifty years.
(D) Humans are sexually producing and viviparous.



Question No:8

The testes are situated __ the abdominal cavity within a pouch called __.

(A) inside, testicular lobules
(B) outside, scrotum
(C) outside, vas deferens
(D) inside, scrotum



Question No:9

The scrotum helps in maintaining a temperature __ lower than the internal body temperature,

(A) 1-1.50C
(B) 2-2.5 0C
(C) 3-3.5 0C
(D) 4-4.5 0C



Question No:10

An adult testes is oval in shape. Its width is about __ and length is about __ respectively

(A) 4-5 cm, 2-3 cm
(B) 2-5 cm, 1-3 cm
(C) 2-3 cm, 4-5 cm
(D) 2-5 cm, 4-7 cm



Question No:11

What does’m’represent?

(A) Ureter
(B) Ejaculatory duct
(C) c) Bulbourethral gland
(D) Urethra



Question No:12

What is indicated by ‘d’ in the figure?

(A) Urethra
(B) Vas deferens
(C) Vasa efferentia
(D) Ureter



Question No:13

What does V represent in the figure?

(A) Glans penis
(B) Scrotum
(C) Testis
(D) Epididy



Question No:14

What is indicated by ‘h’ in the figure?

(A) Penis
(B) Foreskin
(C) Glans penis
(D) Urethral meatus



Question No:15

What is indicated by ‘b’ in the figure?

(A) Prostate gland
(B) Bulbourethral gland
(C) Ureter
(D) d) Seminal vesicle



Question No:16

An adult tests bears _ compartments called testicular lobules,

(A) 150
(B) 250
(C) 350
(D) 500



Question No:17

Each testicular lobule contains seminiferous tubule.

(A) Only three
(B) Only one
(C) One to three
(D) More than three



Question No:18

Male germ cells are known as

(A) Sperms
(B) Spermatogonia
(C) Spermatid
(D) Sertoli cells



Question No:19

Seminiferous tubules contain _ cells for providing nutrition to sperm cells.

(A) Leydig cells
(B) Interstitial cell
(C) Sertoli cells
(D) Germ cells



Question No:20

The cells which secrete androgens are:

(A) Spermatozoa
(B) Interstitial cells
(C) Sertoli cells
(D) Germ cells



Question No:21

Select the correct anatomical sequence.

(A) Seminiferous tubules —> rete testis —> Vasa efferentia -» Vasa deferens -> Epididymis
(B) Seminiferous tubules —> rete testis —> Vasa efferentia —> Epididymis —> Vasa deferens
(C) Seminiferous tubules —> Vasa efferentia —»rete testis —> Vasa deferens —> Epididymis
(D) None of the above



Question No:22

The enlarged end of penis is known as

(A) Glans
(B) Foreskin
(C) c) Urethra
(D) Prostate



Question No:23

If A stands for seminal vesicles, B stands for bulbourethral glands, C stands for prostate gland, then, which of the following is true?

(A) A and C occurs in pair
(B) A and B occur in pair
(C) B and C occur in pair
(D) None of the above



Question No:24

Seminal plasma is rich in which sugar?

(A) Sucrose
(B) Glucose
(C) Fructose
(D) Maltose



Question No:25

What is indicated by ‘e’ in the figure?

(A) Testicular lobule
(B) Testis
(C) Vasa efferentia
(D) Rete testis