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Sex Education

Subjects : literacy, sex-ed
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Saclike pouch that hangs under penis & holds testes






2. Process by which sperm are produced






3. Lack of iron in your blood






4. Comma-shaped structure along upper rear surface of testes; extend from scrotum up into abdomen






5. Thick - absorbent layers of cotton used to absorb mentrual flow






6. Hormone produced by ovaries that stimulates the development of secondary sex characteristics






7. Network of coiled tubes in which sperm are produced






8. Little - have tails; when unites with sperm - produces baby






9. Process in which lump - tissue - lining over chest muscles - tumor - and lymph nodes removed in breasts; in total mastectomy - entire breast & few lymph nodes removed- may be followed by chemo






10. Passsage of semen from penis & is a result of a series of involuntary muscle contractions






11. Thick - absorbent layers of cotton used to absorb mentrual flow






12. Physical & emotional changes during puberty






13. Cells are scraped from the cervix and examined for cancer in this test; this cancer is caused by std virus hpv






14. The period or age at which a person is first capable of sexual reproduction of offspring: in common law - presumed to be 14 years in the male and 12 years in the female.






15. A tube; connects uterus to outside of body






16. The physical effort and periodic uterine contractions of childbirth






17. Used for reproduction and urination






18. A male;s emotional and physical changes during puberty are caused by this






19. Female external organs






20. When an ovum is released from an ovary - it enters this; connects uterus to ovary; 4 in long- thin






21. Tube of cotton in vagina used to absorb menstrual flow






22. Inside this there are 2 folds of skin






23. The stage of growth and development that you become capable of producing offspring






24. Saclike pouch that hangs under penis & holds testes






25. A tube; connects uterus to outside of body






26. Little - have tails; when unites with sperm - produces baby






27. Process by which an egg from ovary is released into fallopian tubes






28. Physical & emotional changes during puberty






29. A process that occurs when penis swells with blood & elongates






30. Female reproductive glands that produce estrogen; contain egg cells






31. Female external organs






32. Passsage of semen from penis & is a result of a series of involuntary muscle contractions






33. 2 long tubes - passageway for sperm & place for sperm storage; sperm mature here






34. Missed mentrual cycle due to pregnancy - stress - over training - eating disorder - or amenia






35. Reduce risk of cervical cancer






36. Female uterus lining sheds in this process






37. The fatty tissue that covers the front of the pubic bone and serves as a protective cover






38. Process by which sperm are produced






39. Women urethra shorter than mans; symptoms: painful urination






40. Male reproductive cells






41. Choosing not to be sexually active






42. 2 saclike glands at base of bladder that secrete fluid rich in sugar that nourishes the sperm and helps them move






43. Lack of iron in your blood






44. Examining female reproductive organs






45. Male reproductive glands - produce sperm cells & testosterone






46. Female external organs






47. #1 most common cancer in women






48. Tube of cotton in vagina used to absorb menstrual flow






49. The period or age at which a person is first capable of sexual reproduction of offspring: in common law - presumed to be 14 years in the male and 12 years in the female.






50. A short - straight tube - passes into prostrate glands & opens into urethra