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Animal Reproduction

Animal Reproduction

Animal Reproduction: Gamete On Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Animal Reproduction? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which is not a form of asexual reproduction?


Parthenogenesis
Copulation
Fission
Budding
Regeneration
Q. Meiosis makes gametes diverse because of:


Separating the versions of chromosome without regard to the other chromosomes
Separating maternal and paternal versions of chromosomes
Recombination
All of the above
None of the above
Q. Vibrations may cause an egg to hatch early because they signal:


Volcanic activity is beginning
The seasons are changing
The magnetic core of earth’s crust is shifting
Predators are approaching
The father has returned with food
Q. If an animal mates with more than one partner in one mating season it is:


Male
Female
Semelparous
Monogamous
Polygamous
Q. Which is a type of intersexual selection?


A male tap-dancing in front of a female
A male crashing antlers with another male
A male defeating another male in a neck length competition
All of the above
None of the above
Q. What are the benefits of internal fertilization?


Fertilization location is protected
No wasted gametes
Some females can store sperm for later
All of the above
None of the above
Q. Which of the following is a monotreme?


Prairie dog
Penguin
Pig
Panther
Platypus
Q. A special structure in mammals called a _____________ helps with mother/embryo gas exchange


placenta
monozygote
parturition
morula
amniote
Q. The ectoderm will become the


digestive tract and the respiratory tract, thymus, gallbladder, urethra, and bladder
muscle, bone, blood vessels, and connective tissue
top layer of skin, hair, ears, eyes, teeth, and the nervous system.
blastocyst
Leydig cells
Q. A form of asexual reproduction in which a parent splits into two or more parts is called:


Gastrulation
Fission
Gestation
Allantois
Parthenogenesis
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