NCERT Huma Reproduction Test,NEET Zoloogy Objective Questions PDF

Human Reproduction Mock Test-2

NCERT Human Reproduction Test

Question No:1

What is indicated by ‘c’ in the figure?

(A) Vasa efferentia
(B) Rete testis
(C) Epididymis
(D) Vas deferens

Question No:2

What is indicated by ā€˜iā€™ in the figure?

(A) Prostate
(B) Urinary bladder
(C) Seminal vesicle
(D) Bulbourethral gland

Question No:3

What does ‘k’ represent?

(A) Prostate
(B) Urinary bladder
(C) Seminal vesicle
(D) Bulbourethral gland

Question No:4

What is indicated by ā€™lā€™ in the figure?

(A) Vas deferens
(B) Ureter
(C) Urethra
(D) Ejaculatory duct

Question No:5

The secretion of which gland help in lubrication of penis?

(A) Seminal vesicle
(B) Prostate
(C) Bulbourethral
(D) Epididymis

Question No:6

Which is the primary female sex organ?

(A) Uterus
(B) Ovaries
(C) Oviducts
(D) Vagina

Question No:7

The ovaries are located

(A) One on each side of the upper abdomen
(B) Two on each side of the lower abdomen
(C) Two on each side of the upper abdomen
(D) One on each side of the lower abdomen

Question No:8

Which of the following statements about ovary is not true?

(A) Ovaries are responsible for production of several steroid hormones.
(B) Each ovary is about 4-6 cm in length.
(C) Ovary is connected to the pelvic wall.
(D) Ovary produces female gamete (Ovum).

Question No:9

Ovarian stroma is enclosed by __.

(A) Endothelium
(B) Epithelium
(C) Mesothelium
(D) Ciliated epithelium

Question No:10

The ovarian stroma is divided into zones

(A) Peripheral medulla and inner cortex
(B) Peripheral epithelia and inner endothelia
(C) Peripheral cortex and inner medulla
(D) Peripheral endothelia and inner epithelia

Question No:11

Which one of the following is not an accessory male duct in context of male reproductive system?

(A) Rete testis
(B) Testes
(C) Epididymis
(D) Vas deferens

Question No:12

Which one of the following is not a male sex accessory gland?

(A) Seminal vesicle
(B) Epididymis
(C) Prostate
(D) bulbourethral

Question No:13

The tubes which conduct ovum to the uterus are known as

(A) Fallopian tube
(B) Oviduct
(C) Cervical opening
(D) Both (a) and (b)

Question No:14

Which one of the following is not a female accessory duct?

(A) Vagina
(B) Uterus
(C) Oviduct
(D) Ovary

Question No:15

Each oviduct is about __ long.

(A) 5-6 mm
(B) 10-12 cm
(C) 10-12 mm
(D) 5-6 cm

Question No:16

The funnel shaped part of fallopian tube which traps ovum is known as

(A) Isthmus
(B) Ampulla
(C) Infundibulum
(D) Cervix

Question No:17

Isthmus a part of oviduct, is a narrow lumen and joins __.

(A) Uterus
(B) Ampulla
(C) Infundibulum
(D) Both (a) and (b)

Question No:18

The anatomical structure which succeeds infundibulum is

(A) Isthmus
(B) Ampulla
(C) Uterus
(D) Ovary

Question No:19

Finger-like projection of infundibulum are known as

(A) Cilia
(B) Flagella
(C) Fimbriae
(D) None

Question No:20

Uterus is commonly known as

(A) Birth canal
(B) Womb
(C) Primary female sex organ
(D) Female external genitalia

Question No:21

The uterus opens into vagina through __.

(A) ampulla
(B) isthmus
(C) cervix
(D) labiaminora

Question No:22

Birth canal is formed by

(A) Cervical canal + uterus
(B) Cervical canal + vagina
(C) Cervical canal + Isthmus
(D) Cervical canal + Fallopian tube

Question No:23

The wall of uterus is made up of _ layers of tissue.

(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 1
(D) 4

Question No:24

External thin membranous layer of uterus is known as.

(A) Pleura
(B) Pericardium
(C) Perimetrium
(D) Periostium

Question No:25

Thick muscular layer of __ muscle constitutes middle layer of uterus,

(A) smooth
(B) striated
(C) intercalated
(D) voluntary