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Sperm: Quiz


Question 1: The spermatozoa of ________ are produced through spermatogenesis inside the male gonads (testicles) via meiotic division.

Question 2: The midpiece has a central filamentous core with many mitochondria spiralled around it, used for ATP production for the journey through the female cervix, ________ and uterine tubes.
UterusVulvaOvaryReproductive system

Question 3: In some ________, fertilization also involves sperm nuclei, rather than cells, migrating toward the egg cell through a fertilization tube.

Question 4: The uniflagellated sperm cells (with one flagellum) produced in most ________ are referred to as spermatozoa, and are known to vary in size.

Question 5: The human sperm cell is haploid, so that its 23 chromosomes can join the 23 chromosomes of the female egg to form a ________ cell.
Chromosomal translocationKaryotypePolyploidyPloidy

Question 6: Conidia are ________ that germinate independently of fertilization, whereas spermatia are gametes that are required for fertilization.
PlantCell wallSporeFern

Question 7: In ________, sperm nuclei are produced inside pollen.
Flowering plantEmbryophyteGymnospermFern

Question 8: Sperm quantity and quality are the main parameters in semen quality, which is a measure of the ability of semen to accomplish ________.
Human embryogenesisEmbryoFertilisationPrenatal development

Question 9: from vaginal swabs, are still detected by ________ using the "Christmas Tree Stain" method, i.e., Kernechtrot-Picroindigocarmine (KPIC) staining[11] [12].
MicroscopyMass spectrometryAnalytical chemistrySpectroscopy

Question 10: A uniflagellar sperm cell that is motile is referred to as a ________, whereas a non-motile sperm cell is referred to as a spermatium.
Reproductive systemPenisSpermatogenesisSpermatozoon

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