Anatomy And Physiology Questions - Development And Inheritance

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Questions about the development in utero. Linked to the "Fetal" case unit. Also a few questions from the "Adolescence" case unit.

  
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1.  Fertilization normally occurs within which structure?
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2.  This will become the primary structure for exchange of material between the mother and the fetus.
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3.  What is "A" pointing to?
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4.  If one parent has type A blood and one parent has type B blood, what blood type is possible for their child?
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5.  Chromosome #15 is considered
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6.  A Barr body
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7.  This is the connection between the placenta and the embryo.
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8.  What is "G" pointing to?
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9.  This is the part of the blastocyst that promotes implantation and produces hCG.
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10.  When phenotype can be drastically different depending on parental origin it is called:
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11.  This is the time from the onset of labour to the complete dilation of the cervix.
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12.  This was formerly called the blastocyst cavity.
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13.  This is composed of the syncytiotrophoblast and the cytotrophoblast.
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14.  An example of incomplete dominance is
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15.  CVS is taking cells from where?
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16.  In infants, this connects the umbilical vein to the inferor vena cava.
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17.  If a child has B blood, and the mother has B blood, what is the possible genotype of the father?
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18.  What is "F" pointing to?
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19.  How many pairs of pharyngeal arches are there?
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20.  What is "G" pointing to?
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21.  This develops from the epiblast and carries a protective fluid.
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22.  This exam is performed between 14-16 weeks gestation and is used to detect genetic abnormalities.
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23.  What does "A" represent?
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24.  This is a series of functional changes that sperm go through when they are in the female reproductive tract.
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25.  This hormone is secreted by nonpregnant women from secretory cells in the hypothalamus.
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26.  Which one represents the morula stage?
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27.  What stage happens 6 days after fertilization?
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28.  Where is the amnion?
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29.  Where are the fetal blood vessels?
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30.  The fusion of the secondary oocyte and the sperm results in which developmental stage?
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31.  What stage happens 3-4 days after fertilization?
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32.  This is any agent or influence that causes developmental defects in an embryo.
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33.  Labour cannot take place until all of this hormone's effects are diminished.
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34.  This is the portion of the endometrium that lies between the embryo and the stratum basalis.
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35.  Involution is
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36.  This is a principle hormone that releases milk into the mammary ducts.
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37.  Each somite may differentiate into a
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38.  These cells are derived from the yolk sac and form a connective tissue layer.
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39.  Which one represents the blastocyst stage?
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40.  During pregnancy stroke volume can increase by
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41.  This is a permanent change in an allele.
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