Fertilization MCQs with Answers

Fertilization MCQs

Hello students, our topic for the MCQ is ‘fertilization’. When the male and female gamete fused together and diploid zygote forms is known as fertilization. The union of male and female gametes is known as syngamy.

The following set of MCQs will help you for better understanding of fertilization.

MCQ.1):The fusion of sperm with egg produces ………………………………………………………………….

a) Zygote

b) Female egg

c) Male sperm

d) Unfertilized egg

MCQ.2): The fertilization in mammals occurs in the …………………………………………………………………………..

a) Penis

b) Oviduct

c) Vasa differentia

d) Urinary bladder

MCQ. 3):Which of the following is a chemical substance found in the cortex of eggs?

a) Chemotaxis

b) Leutinizing

c) Estrogen

d) Testosterone

MCQ.4): External fertilization occurs in ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Humans

b) Amphibians

c) Mammals

d) Dogs

MCQ.5):Which type of fertilization occurs inside the body of female?

a) External

b) Internal

c) Asexual

d) In vitro

MCQ.6): Zona pellucida is composed of …………………………………………………………….. Glycoproteins.

a) ZP10

b) ZP11

c) ZP3

d) ZP4

MCQ.7): Which of the following is changing of unspecialized cells into specialized cells, organs and tissues of animals?

a) Ovum

b) Spermatogenesis

c) Differentiation

d) Ovulation

MCQ.8): A solid ball of cells formed from cleavage is known as …………………………………………………………………………..

a) Fuse

b) Embryo

c) Zygote

d) Morula

MCQ.9): The study of development of zygote is called as ……………………………………………………………….

a) Embryology

b)Ornithology

c) Zoology

d) Physiology

MCQ.10): The formation of organs is known as …………………………………………………………………….

a) Organlysis

b) Organogenesis

c) Oogenesis

d) Spermatogenesis

MCQ.11): The process that is involved in the formation of spermatids and its differentiation into spermatozoa is known as ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Oogenesis

b) Spermatogenesis

c) Mitosis

d) Organogenesis

 

Answer

1) a) Zygote

2) b) Oviduct

3) a) Chemotaxis

4) b) Amphibians

5) b) Internal

6) c) ZP3

7) c) Differentiation

8) d) Morula

9) a) Embryology

10) b) Organogenesis

11) b) Spermatogenesis


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