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Question 1: They are mostly fixed in location within the ovary until their transit to the uterus, and contain nutrients for the later zygote and ________.
EmbryogenesisPrenatal developmentFertilisationEmbryo

Question 2: The mother feeds the baby by contracting muscles over her ________, as the baby is too weak to suckle.
BreastNippleLactiferous ductMammary gland

Question 3: Other plants with similar reproductive means include the Psilotum, Lycopodium, Selaginella and ________.
FernEquisetumFlowering plantEquisetopsida

Question 4: If not fertilized, this egg is flushed out of the system through menstruation in humans and other great apes and reabsorbed in other mammals in the ________.
Estrous cycleMenopauseOvulationPuberty

Question 5: The length of gestation, called the gestation period, varies greatly from species to species; it is 40 weeks in humans, 56–60 in ________ and 16 days in hamsters.
Greater KuduGiraffeHippopotamusSteenbok

Question 6: Some fish are ________, where a single fish is both male and female and can produce eggs and sperm.
SpeciesIntersexualitySexual differentiationHermaphrodite

Question 7:
A sperm cell is motile and swims via ________, using its flagellum to propel itself towards the ovum.
ChemotaxisInflammationImmune systemBacteria

Question 8: Fish that have live-bearing offspring include the ________ and Mollies or Poecilia.
Green swordtailSailfin mollyGuppyPoecilia wingei

Question 9: During this time, the fetus receives all of its ________ and oxygenated blood from the female, filtered through the placenta, which is attached to the fetus' abdomen via an umbilical cord.
MalnutritionNutritionHealthy dietHuman nutrition

Question 10: The main two processes are: meiosis, involving the halving of the number of ________; and fertilization, involving the fusion of two gametes and the restoration of the original number of chromosomes.
Chromosomal translocationKaryotypeAutosomeChromosome

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