Lecturer Zoology MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC SPSC BPSC Test No. 51

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Test NameLecturer Zoology
SubjectZoology Test 51
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 51

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Which hormone (s) is (are) directly responsible for triggering the development of the secondary sex characteristics of males, such as beard growth?

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Which pituitary secretion stimulates the testes to secrete androgens?

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Sperm become capable of movement while in the____.

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Which of the following allows a sperm to penetrate the egg coats of an egg?

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Cells of the testes are composed of which of the following?

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Which of the following is most responsible for the development of female secondary sex characteristics?

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A human that has been influenced by the gene SRY during embryological development becomes.

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Which pituitary secretion stimulates sperm production?

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In animals such as rotifers, females dominate the population. In fact, in many species of rotifers, males have never been documented. This is known as...

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Which of the following terms does not describe asexual reproduction?

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Which of the following terms is not involved with sexual reproduction?

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The structure that is homologous to the female clitoris  is the male...

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Which of the following is not an accessory gland in male mammals?

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What cells in the testes nourish the developing germ cells?

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The primary sex organs of vertebrates in females and males clude the:

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Sperm develop in the___.

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The type of sex determination seen in many of the social insects such as bees and wasps is known as....

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Sperm exit a male's body via the____.

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A term that would be associated with the majority of vertebrate excretory and urinary systems, with the exception of mammals would be.....

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Which of the following is the source of HCG, the hormone that stimulates development of the corpus luteum?

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Which of the following is the most common type of reproduction in bacteria and protozoans?

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Many fishes and reptiles lack sex chromosomes, and sex determination is due to environmental factors such as rainfall.

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The process of sexual reproduction involves which of the following?

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Spore formation, as observed in some parasitic protozoans for example the malaria parasite,is called...

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A fish that begins life as a male, and then switches sex later in life to a female is called a....

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