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Understanding Human Sexuality 7th Canadian Edition By Janet Shibley Hyde – Test Bank

Chapter 06
Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth

True / False Questions

1. An acrosome is chemical reservoir, Located in the tail of the sperm.
FALSE

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-01 Conception

2. A woman may continue to experience some cyclic bleeding or spotting during pregnancy.
TRUE

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-08 The Stages of Pregnancy

3. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is an umbrella term covering all outcomes associated with any amount of alcohol exposure in utero.
TRUE

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Learning Objective: 06-03 Demonstrate the importance of good nutrition and the effects of different teratogenic drugs on fetal development.
Topic: 06-11 Substances That May Result in Birth Defects

4. Effacement occurs in the second stage of labour.
FALSE

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Learning Objective: 06-04 Distinguish the three stages of labour and differentiate vaginal birth procedures from Caesarean section procedures.
Topic: 06-15 The Stages of Labour

5. In 2014-15, 70 percent of Canadian women with a vaginal delivery received an epidural.
FALSE

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Learning Objective: 06-05 Compare various childbirth options.
Topic: 06-18 Childbirth Options

6. Despite the importance of parent – infant bonding, NO hospital in Canada has policies to ensure that the baby stays with the parents immediately after the birth or even for an unlimited amount of time.
A. True
FALSE

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Learning Objective: 06-06 Discuss the physical; sexual; and psychological changes that occur for the mother and father during the postpartum period; including breast-feeding.
Topic: 06-19 After the Baby Is Born: The Postpartum Period

7. Pseudocyesis is the medical term used to describe the event when a fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the uterus.
FALSE

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Learning Objective: 06-07 Identify the types of problems and pathologies that can occur during conception and pregnancy.
Topic: 06-28 Ectopic Pregnancy

8. Exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) and phthalates, chemicals found in most everyday products containing plastics, is associated with a 20 percent decline in male fecundity.
TRUE

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Learning Objective: 06-08 Discuss the causes of; effects of; and treatments for infertility.
Topic: 06-36 Causes of Infertility

Multiple Choice Questions

9. Which of the following describes sperm?
A. Sperm are the largest cells in the human body.
B. The acidity of the vagina nourishes sperm.
C. A typical ejaculate contains 10 to 15 sperm.
D. Sperm are manufactured in the seminiferous tubules.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

10. The energy used by sperm to move up the fallopian tube is stored in the _____ of the sperm’s midpiece.
A. cilia
B. mitochondria
C. follicles
D. epidermis

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

11. Which term describes the process by which sperm are propelled up the fallopian tube?
A. Flagellation
B. Diffusion
C. Endocytosis
D. Haemodialysis

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

12. Conception typically occurs in the outer third of the _____.
A. ovary
B. fallopian tube
C. vas deferens
D. amniotic sac

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

13. The egg is surrounded by a thin, gelatinous layer called the _____ which, when dissolved, allows the sperm to penetrate the egg.
A. epidermis
B. acrosome
C. zona pellucida
D. hyaluronidase

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

14. Which statement describes the hyaluronidase?
A. The newly-fertilized egg.
B. A protective layer surrounding the egg.
C. An enzyme secreted by sperm.
D. The inner lining of the uterus.

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Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

15. What secretes hyaluronidase, the enzyme that helps the sperm penetrate the egg?
A. Acrosome
B. Cilium
C. Bartholin gland
D. Skene’s gland

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-02 Sperm Meets Egg: The Incredible Journey

16. Which term describes the conceptus from eight weeks until birth?
A. Fetus
B. Zygote
C. Gamete
D. Spermatid

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Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-04 Development of the Conceptus

17. Which of the following is the most reliable indicator of ovulation for a woman maintaining a basal body temperature chart?
A. A sharp rise in body temperature the day after it occurs
B. A sharp fall in body temperature the day after it occurs
C. A fall in body temperature maintained all through the week of ovulation
D. A constant temperature maintained both on and after the day of ovulation

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Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-03 Improving the Chances of Conception: Making a Baby

18. Considering the lifespan and fertility of the average sperm and egg when would the optimal time for sexual intercourse be in order for the woman to conceive?
A. One week before ovulation.
B. One to two days before ovulation.
C. Five days after ovulation.
D. One week after ovulation.

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Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-03 Improving the Chances of Conception: Making a Baby

19. Stephanie is 28 years old and wants to have a baby. Which of the following would improve her chances of conceiving?
A. She should straddle her partner during sex and avoid the missionary position.
B. She should lie on her back after sex, with her legs pulled up and a pillow under her hips.
C. She should douche herself with an acidic solution immediately after sexual intercourse.
D. She should use lubricants or suppositories to aid sexual arousal and facilitate penetration.

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Learning Objective: 06-01 Illustrate the independent voyages of the sperm and the ovum up to and including the moment of conception.
Topic: 06-03 Improving the Chances of Conception: Making a Baby

20. Which part of the embryo differentiates into the nervous system and the skin?
A. Mesoderm
B. Ectoderm
C. Endoderm
D. Periderm

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-04 Development of the Conceptus

21. Which part of an embryo differentiates into the digestive system and the respiratory system?
A. Mesoderm
B. Ectoderm
C. Endoderm
D. Periderm

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-04 Development of the Conceptus

22. Which part of an embryo differentiates into the muscles, skeleton, connective tissues, and circulatory and reproductive systems?
A. Mesoderm
B. Ectoderm
C. Endoderm
D. Periderm

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-04 Development of the Conceptus

23. What is the mass of tissue lying beside the fetus that allows nutrients and oxygen to pass from the mother’s blood to the baby’s blood?
A. periderm
B. zona pellucida
C. corpora cavernosa
D. placenta

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Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

24. Which statement describes the placenta’s functions?
A. It produces large quantities of estrogen and progesterone.
B. It acts as a barrier against all sexually transmitted diseases.
C. It helps sperm fertilize eggs by dissolving the zona pellucida.
D. It halts the production of human chorionic gonadotropin.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

25. The umbilical cord does which of the following?
A. It is formed after embryonic development is completed.
B. It is attached to the placenta and provides the fetus with nutrients.
C. It connects the woman’s navel with that of the fetus’s.
D. It differentiates into the digestive and respiratory system of the fetus.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

26. What function does amniotic fluid perform?
A. It facilitates conception during ovulation.
B. It helps sperm dissolve the zona pellucida.
C. It propels eggs through the fallopian tubes.
D. It maintains the fetus at a constant temperature.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

27. Which of the following describes the amniotic fluid?
A. It is an alkaline enzyme secreted by sperm.
B. It protects the fetus from possible injury.
C. It facilitates conception during ovulation.
D. It holds the fetus rigidly in one place.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

28. In a normal pregnancy, the fetus turns in the uterus to assume a head-down position during which month?
A. First
B. Third
C. Fourth
D. Seventh

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Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-06 Fetal Development

29. Which of the following is TRUE of menstruation?
A. A missed menstrual period is an infallible indicator of pregnancy.
B. A heavier menstrual flow is a common symptom of pregnancy.
C. Depression, anxiety, or sickness can account for a missed period.
D. Most women menstruate through the first trimester of their pregnancy.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-06 Fetal Development

30. Which of the following is TRUE of pregnancy tests?
A. The most common pregnancy test is based on detecting hCG in a woman’s urine.
B. The later it is done, the more difficult it is for laboratory tests to detect pregnancy.
C. Laboratory tests produce more false negatives than home pregnancy tests.
D. Most over-the-counter pregnancy tests can detect ectopic pregnancies.

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Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-05 The Embryo and Its Support Systems

31. The most reliable method of gender selection is preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). This technique involves:
A. transferring the embryo from the uterus of one woman to that of another.
B. the analysis of the chromosomal makeup of embryos fertilized via IVF.
C. using obstetric ultrasonography to determine the sex of the fetus.
D. percutaneous blood sampling of the umbilical cord.

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Learning Objective: 06-08 Discuss the causes of; effects of; and treatments for infertility.
Topic: 06-43 In Vitro Fertilization

32. Amenorrhea is a _____ sign of pregnancy.
A. presumptive
B. probable
C. positive
D. negative

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Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-08 The Stages of Pregnancy

33. Nägele’s rule is used to determine:
A. whether a pregnancy is normal or ectopic.
B. whether the cervix has dilated sufficiently.
C. a woman’s expected date of delivery.
D. the bodyweight of the fetus.

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Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-08 The Stages of Pregnancy

34. Megan is pregnant and wants to know her expected delivery date. The date of the first day of her last menstrual period was February 10, 2010. According to Nägele’s rule, Megan can be expected to deliver her baby on:
A. November 1, 2010.
B. November 1, 2011.
C. November 10, 2011.
D. November 17, 2010.

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Learning Objective: 06-02 Describe the changes that occur in the fetus; the mother; and the father during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy.
Topic: 06-08 The Stages of Pregnancy

35. Which statement describes morning sickness?
A. Manifests itself only during the third trimester of a woman’s pregnancy.
B. Is defined as nausea that occurs only before noon in pregnant women.
C. Evidence links the incidence of morning sickness with a lower risk of miscarriage.
D. Over 90% of pregnant women experience it throughout their pregnancy.

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