Question 1: The mythological figure of Tiresias, who figures in the Oedipus cycle as well as the ________, could be called a sequential hermaphrodite, having been changed from a man to a woman and back by the gods.
Question 2: The 1990 Michael Crichton science fiction novel, , and its 1993 film adaptation featured ________ dinosaurs exhibiting a sequential hermaphrodite transformation as a key plot point.
Question 3: In the novel and manga adaption of the ( Ring Ringu), ________ is told to be a hermaphrodite; that is, she has no uterus, but she identifies as female and has testes along with breasts.
Question 4: The populations are generally changing sex at a smaller size, due to ________.
Question 5: Most life forms on the fictional planet ________ are hermaphrodites.
Question 6: Hermaphrodite was used to describe any person incompatible with the biological gender binary, but has recently been replaced by in medicine. ________
Question 7: Ursula K. Le Guin's novel, , featured a planet inhabited by humans whose ancestors had modified themselves to be sequential hermaphrodites. ________
Question 8: Sequential hermaphroditism is common in fish (particularly teleost fish), many ________ (such as the common slipper shell), and some flowering plants.
Question 9: Usually, [3 ] ________ does not occur; in humans it cannot occur.