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Twin: Quiz


Question 1: [35] The Argentine historian Jorge Camarasa has put forward a theory that experiments of the Nazi doctor ________ could be responsible for the high ratio of twins in the area.
Gustav Wagner (SS officer)Josef MengeleAuschwitz concentration campFranz Stangl

Question 2: Normally, twins have two separate (di- being a ________ for two) chorions and amniotic sacs, termed Dichorionic-Diamniotic or "DiDi".
1000 (number)NonaneNumber prefixLoanword

Question 3: Heterotopic pregnancy is an exceedingly rare type of dizygotic twinning in which one twin implants in the uterus as normal and the other remains in the fallopian tube as an ________.
Ectopic pregnancyHydatidiform moleBreech birthMiscarriage

Question 4: ________: TWINS Magazine.
Silverton, ColoradoFort Collins, ColoradoDurango, ColoradoTrinidad, Colorado

Question 5: The degree of difficulty rises if a vital organ or structure is shared between twins, such as the ________, heart or liver.
DigestionNervous systemBrainSensory system

Question 6: ________ twins can develop differently, due to different genes being activated.
Monoamniotic twinsChimera (genetics)TwinMonochorionic twins

Question 7: Like any other ________, DZ twins may look similar, particularly given that they are the same age.

Question 8: Dizygotic twins (commonly known as fraternal twins, but also referred to as non-identical twins or biovular twins) usually occur when two ________ eggs are implanted in the uterine wall at the same time.
Prenatal developmentFertilisationHuman embryogenesisEmbryo

Question 9: [25] Monoamniotic twins are always ________ (identical twins).
TwinTwin-to-twin transfusion syndromeMonochorionic twinsChimera (genetics)

Question 10: Monozygotic twins have nearly identical ________, but differing environmental influences throughout their lives affect which genes are switched on or off.

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