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Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 1

Among the following, which one is not included in the female external genitalia?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 1
  • The female external genitalia include mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, hymen and clitoris.
  • The vagina is a fibro-muscular tube measuring 7.5-10cm in length, extending from the cervix of the uterus to the vestibule on the outer side.
Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 2

In olden days, _____ used to serve as an indicator of virginity.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 2
  • The hymen, the thin membranous diaphragm at the vaginal orifice, is often torn during the first coitus (intercourse).
  • Hymen maybe torn in other ways too, like sports, a disease, sudden jolt, etc.
  • In some females, the hymen persists even after intercourse.
  • Hence, presence or absence of hymen is an unreliable indicator.
Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 3

Which part of the ovary in mammals acts as an endocrine gland after ovulation?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 3

Release of ovum from the ovary is called ovulation. The Graafian follicle rises to the surface, sends out a protuberance or stigma and everts to release the ovum into peritoneal cavity. The empty Graafian follicle contains a blood clot which is called corpus haemorrhagic. Its granulosa cells continue to proliferate, develop yellow carotene pigment or lutein and get converted into lutein cells. This converts the ruptured follicle into yellow body called corpus luteum. It becomes a temporary endocrine gland secreting progesterone with small quantity of estrogen.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 4

Given here is the figure of a section of Graafian follicle. Identify the labelled parts A to E and select the correct option.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 4

Correct answer is D.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 5

A human female is born with a million of eggs(primary oocyte) at the time of birth, only some 500 eggs get a chance of maturity. What is the destiny of rest of the eggs?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 5

The total number of follicles in two ovaries of a normal young adult woman is about four lakhs but only about 500 eggs reach maturity because many ovarian follicles (during primary oocyte stage) undergo degeneration. This degenerative process of follicles is called follicular atresia and such follicles are known as atretic follicles.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 6

Identify the parts labelled as A to F from the given diagram of human female reproductive system and select the correct option.

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In the given figure, A is cervix, B is vagina, C is Uterus, D is urinary bladder, E is clitoris and F is vanginal orifice

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 7

The female external genitalia include 
(i) Ovary
(ii) Mammary gland 
(iii) Mons pubis 
(iv) Clitoris 
(v) Labia majora 

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 7

The female external genitalia include mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, hymen and clitoris.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 8

Lower narrow end of uterus is called 

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 8

Lower end of uterus is called cervix that opens into vagina.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 9

In the given T.S. of human ovary identify A to F and select the correct option.

Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 10

A sectional view of mammary gland shows
(i) Nipple + Areola
(ii) Mammary lobe, Alveolus, and Duct
(iii) Antibodies + Pectoralis major muscles + Ribs
(iv) Ampulla + Lactiferous duct

Detailed Solution for Test: The Female Reproductive System (NCERT) - Question 10

Mammary glands or breasts are modified sweat glands that lie over the pectoral muscles. Each breast has a broad multiporous tip called nipple for the release of milk. A circular pigmented area called areola lies below it. Each breast contains 15-20 glandular lobes separated from one another by dense connective tissue and adipose tissue. Each lobe is further made of several lobules having glandular or secretory alveoli. The cells of alveoli produce milk which is stored in the cavities or lumens of alveoli. Alveoli open into mammary tubules and then into mammary ducts. Mammary ducts form a mammary ampulla from which a lactiferous duct develops. Each lobe produces a separate lactiferous duct. The various lactiferous ducts open at the nipple by separate pores.

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