Solved by a verified expert:Question 34 (2 points)The major secreted hormone of the mature follicle is:Question 34 options:A) FSHB) ProgesteroneC) LHD) RelaxinE) EstrogenSaveQuestion 35 (2 points)Which of these process or phases in the monthly reproductive cycle of the human female occur at the same time?Question 35 options:A) Major growing stage of the uterus and increased estrogen productionB) Ovulation and menstruationC) Early follicular development and the secretory phase of the uterusD) Maximal LH secretion and menstruationE) Regression (death) of the corpus luteum and an increase in ovarian progesterone secretionSaveQuestion 36 (2 points)Progesterone acts to stimulate:Question 36 options:A) Uterine contractionB) Hardening of the vaginal cell liningC) Endometrial glandular (blood) developmentD) Mammary gland milk productionSaveQuestion 37 (2 points)Which of the following observations would be the most effective indicator that ovulation has already occurred?Question 37 options:A) A surge in serum FSH levelsB) A rise in blood progesterone levelsC) A rise in serum estrogen levelsD) A surge in serum LH levelsSaveQuestion 38 (2 points)Which of the following could possibly be a helpful treatment for erectile disfunction?Question 38 options:A) Antagonist to the parasympathetic nerves that innervate the penisB) A drug that causes increased nitric oxideC) A guanylate cyclase inhibitorD) A phosphodiesterase activatorSaveQuestion 39 (2 points)U.B. Aiken sustained an injury that has caused destruction of 90% of all Leydig cells. Luckily, Sertoli cells are just fine. Which of the following will be a likely outcome?Question 39 options:A) Increased LH in the blood because of lack of negative feedbackB) Decreased Testosterone in the bloodC) Increased FSH in the blood because of lack of negative feedbackD) Decreased SpermatogenesisE) All of the aboveSaveQuestion 40 (2 points)Which of the following is a substance NOT found in Semen?Question 40 options:A) Cells with 23 chromosomesB) ProstaglandinsC) FibrinogenD) PlateletsSaveQuestion 41 (2 points)Consider the following story…Neil B. Forum is practicing for his big night tonight. He is going to propose to his girlfriend. Neil is a little older and his girlfriend is too, so they are both excited for this romance that has blossomed. Neil’s long time girlfriend Anita Child is anxious as well because she suspects a marriage proposal might be coming. That night, Neil took Anita to a very fancy restaurant. The waiter’s name was Phillip Deglaus (get it…the name…ha ha one of the more clever ones). He brought them some water and took their order.The night went well, a marriage resulted and before you know it… 5 years had gone by. Neil and Anita really want a child and have been trying but they have been unsuccessful. They finally decide to visit a fertility specialist.The fertility doctor finds out that Neil had his pituitary gland removed as a child. Which of the following treatments is MOST likely to help Neil be more fertile?Question 41 options:A) Shots of GnRHB) Shots of TestosteroneC) Shots of LH and FSHD) Shots of EstrogenSaveQuestion 42 (2 points)The fertility specialist also wants to check Anita. The Doctor orders a blood draw. The results show high levels of estrogen and progesterone (but progesterone is the highest of the two) and low levels of FSH and LH. What is a likely explanation?Question 42 options:A) Anita is in the middle of MensesB) Anita has just finished MensesC) Ovulation has already occurred and you could probably find a corpus luteumD) Ovulation is going to occur in the next 12 hoursSaveQuestion 43 (2 points)Which of the following is MOST likely to cause a lack of ovulation?Question 43 options:A) The administration of a drug that recruits more than one follicle to matureB) The administration of a drug that acts as an LH agonistC) Estrogen and progesterone taken orally every dayD) A surgical removal of the uterusSaveQuestion 44 (2 points)Use this image for questions 44-47.In the picture above, which area on the graph is MOST closely associated with a fully functioning corpus luteum?Question 44 options:A) Between 4 and 5B) Between 6 and 7C) Between 1 and 3D) Between 7 and 1SaveQuestion 45 (2 points)In the picture in question 44, where is the period of time that fertilization of an egg is MOST likely to occur?Question 45 options:A) Between 6 and 7B) Between 4 and 5C) Between 1 and 4D) Between 5 and 6SaveQuestion 46 (2 points)In the picture in question 44, where is the period of time that it is MOST likely to have Menses begin?Question 46 options:A) between 1 and 3B) between 6 and 7C) between 5 and 6D) between 3 and 5SaveQuestion 47 (2 points)Why does FSH increase around day 1 in the picture shown in question 44?Question 47 options:A) because GnRH is increasingB) because of positive feedback with estrogenC) because of an increased function of the corpus luteumD) because ovulation is happeningSaveQuestion 48 (2 points)Which of the following does NOT have a receptor on the gonads?Question 48 options:A) gonadotropin-releasing hormoneB) follicle-stimulating hormoneC) luteinizing hormoneD) steroidsSaveQuestion 49 (2 points)What structure below is responsible for producing progesterone and estrogen, but more progesterone than estrogen?Question 49 options:A) primary follicleB) corpus luteumC) hypothalamusD) pituitary gland