Give Appropriate Term of the Following: the Rupture of Follicle and Release of Ovum from the Ovary. - Biology

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Give appropriate term of the following:
The rupture of follicle and release of ovum from the ovary.




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Chapter 11: Reproductive System - Exercise 3 [Page 143]


Frank ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11 Reproductive System
Exercise 3 | Q 5.02 | Page 143


 Why does menstruation occur?

Draw a labeled diagram of female reproductive system.

Where in the fallopian tube does fertilization occur in humans?

Describe the development of a fertilized ovum upto implantation.

State the function of Ovary.

State the function of Fallopian tubes.

Given here is a section of the female reproductive system of human beings.

Name the parts labelled 1 to 4

Describe the human female reproductive system with a labelled diagram.

Fill in the blank:

Lower part of uterus is called _________.

Fill in the blank:

The time between fertilisation and birth is called _________.

Mention the functions of Ovary.

Which part of the human body produces Ova?

What happens in a girl’s body under the influence of hormones?

Choose the odd one in each of the following: 

Seminiferous tubule; ovum; epididymis; sperm duct; urethra 

Choose the odd one in each of the following: 

Sperm; implantation; fertilization; ovum; ovum; after birth. 

Rewrite the terms in the correct order so as to be in a logical sequence . 

Sperm duct, penis, testes, sperms, semen 

Differentiate between the following pair: 

Uterus and vegina 

Complete the paragraph with the help of words given in the bracket.
(Luteinizing hormone, endometrium of uterus, follicle stimulating hormone, estrogen, progesterone, corpus luteum) 

Growth of follicles present in the ovary occurs under the effect of ____________. This follicle secretes estrogen. _____________ grows/regenerates under the effect of estrogen. Under the effect of ___________, fully grown up follicle bursts, ovulation occurs and _______________ is formed from remaining part of follicle. It secrets ____________ and __________. Under the effect of these hormones, glands of ____________ are activated and it becomes ready for implantation.

Answer the following questions in short. 

Explain with examples types of asexual reproduction in unicellular organism. 

Explain the concept of IVF.

Sketch the labeled diagram:

Human female reproductive system

Name two hormones secreted by ovary of female reproductive system.

Modern techniques like surrogate mother, sperm bank and IVF technique will help the human beings. Justify this statement. 

After puberty human female shows cyclic changes in her reproductive system. Explain structural and hormonal changes in the uterus.


Give reasons :
(1) Scrotal sac serves as thermoregulator.
(2) Corpus luteum gets converted into corpus albicans in absence of fertilization.
(3) Missing of menses is the first indication of pregnancy.
(4) Surgical sterilization is a permanent method of birth control. (5) Human egg is microlecithal.

 Mention the exact location of the following : 
Amniotic fluid 

Name the following:
 The organ of female in which the foetus develops.

Given here is a section of the female reproductive system of human beings.

Name the part where fertilisation occurs in human beings.

Name the Following

The age or period when the reproductive organs become fully operational.

Name the Following

The term used when beard and mustache appear, harshening of voice, broadening of shoulders, etc. takes place.

State the Location:

Bartholin’s glands.

Multiple Choice Question:

Corpus luteum in mammals occurs in

Hormones secreted by the ovary of the female reproductive system.

Write the functions of ovary

State names of organs in the female reproductive system.

Observe the diagram and answer the following questions.

  1. Label the indicated parts 1, 2 and 3 in the diagram.
  2. Where the fertilization of ovum occurs?
  3. Where does the embryo get implanted after fertilization?

Complete the table.

Sex/Gender Reasons of infertility

Which of the following is not a part of female reproductive system?

The largest cell in the human body of a female is ______.

Match the parts of the given figure with the correct option.

  1 2 3 4 5
a. Fallopian tube Oviduct Uterus Cervix Vagina
b. Oviduct Cervix Vagina Ovary Vas deferens
c. Ovary Oviduct Uterus Vagina Cervix
d. Fallopian tube Ovary Cervix Uterus Vagina

What is true of gametes?

Estrogen is secreted by ______

After fertilization the ovary develops into ______.

The implantation of the embryo occurs at about ______ days of fertilization.

A neat labelled diagram describes the parts of a typical angiospermic ovule.

Name the part of the human female reproductive system where the following occurs.


Name the part of the human female reproductive system where the following occurs.


The stalk of the ovule is called a pedicle.

What is the other term used for fallopian tube?

Identify the distal narrow part of the duct opening into the uterus.

All are associated with ovulation in human female, EXCEPT

How many lobes are generally present in each mammary gland?

During which process is the egg released from the Graafian follicle?

Identify the labels (i, ii and iii) in the given diagram of the female reproductive system.

Mark the CORRECT sequence of structures in the breast from the inner to the outer side.

Which of the following is a permanent method of contraception in a human female?

Breasts are the modified ______ glands.

A sac shaped like an upside down pear with a thick lining and muscles in the pelvic area where a fertilized egg or zygote comes to grow into a baby is called ______.

Egg is liberated from ovary in ______.

Ovulation occurs under the influence of ______.

Bartholin’s glands are situated ______.

Extra-embryonic membranes of the mammalian embryo are derived from ______.

The external genitalia of the human female is called ______.

The opening of the vagina is often covered partially by a membrane called ______.

Mark the odd one.

When sperm is deposited into the vagina which route does it travel?

Tubectomy is carried out by blocking the ______ 

Fertilization occurs in human females when the sperms and ovum reach simultaneously at ______

Read the following and answer from given below:

During copulation, semen is released by the penis into the vegina. The motile sperms swim rapidly, fuse with the ovum in the ampullary region, resulting in fertilization. The haploid nucleus of sperm fuses with that of the ovum to form a diploid zygote.

In the female genital tract, sperms are made capable of fertilizing the egg. This phenomenon of sperm activation is called ______

Which among the following diseases is not sexually transmitted?

What changes are observed in the uterus if fertilisation does not occur?

In the given Figure label the parts and mention their functions

  1. Production of egg
  2. Site of fertilisation
  3. Site of implantation
  4. Entry of the sperms

In human beings, the correct sequence of events during reproduction is

Mother gives birth to a baby but the baby has characters of both parents. How is this possible?

State whether the following statement is True or False. If false, correct the statement :

In adult human females, a single mature egg is released into an oviduct every month.

How can we say that fish exhibits external fertilisation?

In rabbits, humans and other placental mammals, fertilization occurs in ______.

Anterior lobe of pituitary secretes:

Capacitation occurs in:

______ acts as a birth canal. 

Which is a pear-shaped muscular organ in females? 

What is the other name for fallopian tubes?

Progesterone is secreted by ______.

______ receives the sperms and acts as a birth canal during childbirth. 

Match the following:

Ovaries Bean shape
Fallopian tubes Almond shape
Uterus Funnel – shape
Kidney pear-shaped

What is parturition?

In which part of the human female reproductive system do the following events take place?

Release of second polar body

______ is not a part of the female reproductive system in human beings.

Bartholin's glands are homologous to ______.

Given below is a certain situation. Analyze and describe its possible impact on a person:

Egg is not fertilised in a human female.

Given below is a certain situation. Analyze and describe its possible impact on a person:

Placenta does not attach to the uterus optimally.

The______ is also called the womb.

The______ is also called the womb.

The ______ is also called the womb.

Sketch and label - Graafian follicle.

Describe the female reproductive systems in humans.

The ______ is also called the womb.

In absence of fertilization, corpus luteum degenerates into ______.

The ______ is also called the womb.

The ______ is also called the womb.


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