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CBSE TEST PAPER-11 
CLASS - XII BIOLOGY (Reproductive Health) 
[ANSWERS] 
Ans 1.  It refers to absence of menstruation during period of intense lactation. 
Ans 2. i)   Treponema  Pallidum  
ii) Neisseria  Gonorrhoea
Ans 3. Amniocentesis. 
Ans 4. i) Gamete Intrafallopian transfer. 
ii) Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm injection
iii) Intra uterine contraceptive devices.
Ans 5. Because in this methods, gonads are surgically removed it will lead to infertility & 
both male & female will be dependent on hormones in their remaining life to 
regulate functioning of many reproductive organs. 
Ans 6. MTP refers to as medical termination of pregnancy. It is legalized in our country 
only:- 
i) in case of rape.
ii) in case of casual unprotected intercourse
iii) in case pregnancy is harmful for foetus or for mother.
Ans 7. Amniocentesis is the prenatal diagnosis in which sample of amniotic fluid from 
womb of a pregnant women is taken during early stages of foetal development, the 
cells are cultured & analyzed to determine the sex of foetus.  
Ans 8. The baby produced lay conceiving eggs & sperms in a culture tube (envitro 
fertilization) & nursing in the uterus is called a test – tube baby. They are same as 
normal babies only the fertilization for such zygote occurs in in-vitro conditions.  
Ans 9. RCHC refers to a popular programme called “Reproductive & child health care 
(RCHC) & the major tasks under these programmes are :- 
i) Creating awareness about various reproduction related aspects eg. STDs, birth
control methods.
ii) Providing facilities & support for building up reproductive healthy society.
iii) Educating people about care of pregnant women, important of breast feeding.
iv) awareness about sex abuse & sex related crimes
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CBSE TEST PAPER-11 
CLASS - XII BIOLOGY (Reproductive Health) 
[ANSWERS] 
Ans 1.  It refers to absence of menstruation during period of intense lactation. 
Ans 2. i)   Treponema  Pallidum  
ii) Neisseria  Gonorrhoea
Ans 3. Amniocentesis. 
Ans 4. i) Gamete Intrafallopian transfer. 
ii) Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm injection
iii) Intra uterine contraceptive devices.
Ans 5. Because in this methods, gonads are surgically removed it will lead to infertility & 
both male & female will be dependent on hormones in their remaining life to 
regulate functioning of many reproductive organs. 
Ans 6. MTP refers to as medical termination of pregnancy. It is legalized in our country 
only:- 
i) in case of rape.
ii) in case of casual unprotected intercourse
iii) in case pregnancy is harmful for foetus or for mother.
Ans 7. Amniocentesis is the prenatal diagnosis in which sample of amniotic fluid from 
womb of a pregnant women is taken during early stages of foetal development, the 
cells are cultured & analyzed to determine the sex of foetus.  
Ans 8. The baby produced lay conceiving eggs & sperms in a culture tube (envitro 
fertilization) & nursing in the uterus is called a test – tube baby. They are same as 
normal babies only the fertilization for such zygote occurs in in-vitro conditions.  
Ans 9. RCHC refers to a popular programme called “Reproductive & child health care 
(RCHC) & the major tasks under these programmes are :- 
i) Creating awareness about various reproduction related aspects eg. STDs, birth
control methods.
ii) Providing facilities & support for building up reproductive healthy society.
iii) Educating people about care of pregnant women, important of breast feeding.
iv) awareness about sex abuse & sex related crimes
Ans 10. I.  NATURAL METHODS :-avoiding chances of meeting between the gametes. 
i) Periodic Abstinence :-couples avoid coitus from 10-17
th
 day of menstrual
cycle when ovulation is expected.
ii) Lactational Amenorrhoea :- absence of menstruation during intense
lactation.
II  BARRIER METHODS :- ovum & sperms are prevented from coming closer with 
the help of barriers. 
i) Condoms :- barriers made up of thin rubber or latex sheath to cover penis
in makes or cervix in females.
ii) Diaphragms  cervical caps :- made up of rubber & are reusable
iii) Spermicidal creams along with these barriers
III. SURGICAL METHODS :- blocks transport of gametes & thereby conception.
i) Vasectomy :- small portion of vas deferens is removed or tied up through
incision in scrotum.
ii) Tubectomy :- small portion of fallopian tube is removed or tied up through
vagina.
Ans 11. Three are special techniques called Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) to 
help infertile couples to have children:- 
i) Test tube Baby Programme :-  In this method, ova from wife or donor female
& Sperm from husband are allowed to fuse under simulated conditions in the
laboratory it is called In-vitro fertilization (IVF). The zygote is then
transferred into uterus or fallopian tube this process is called embryo
transfer (ET)
ii) Gamete Intra fallopian Transfer (GIFI) :- It involves transfer of an ovum
collected from a donor female into another female who cannot produce ova
but can provide suitable condition for fertilization
iii) Artificial Insemination: - In this method semen is collected from the husband
or a healthy donor & is artificially introduced into vagina or uterus.
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