CUET (UG) Biology Practice set – Human Reproduction

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CUET (UG) Biology Practice set - Human Reproduction
CUET (UG) Biology Practice set – Human Reproduction

CUET biology syllabus is also valid for applicant looking to get biotechnology undergraduate course in their desired central universities . So below , CUET undergraduate biology test paper of human reproduction can be also useful for biotechnology paper. The CUET exam of biology domain subject consist of 50 questions from complete syllabus as per NTA out which candidates need to answer 40 questions in 45 min .

CUET 2023 Biology Mock test of Human reproduction:

Instructions : Kindly attempt the below questions in exam like environment without using any devices and google search. Try to solve the questions in a time limit of max 25 min . write your answers in a paper and at the end match your answers from the answer key provided at the end .

  1. Pouch in which testes are suspended outside the abdominal cavity, is
    (a) tunica albuginea (b) inguinal canal
    (c) epididymis (d) scrotum
  2. Function of scrotum is to maintain the
    (a) temperature of testes
    (b) body temperature
    (c) level of growth hormone
    (d) level of male hormone
  3. Approximate length and width of testis are
    (a) 4-5 cm and 2-3 cm (b) 5-6 cm and 3-4 cm
    (c) 6-7 cm and 4-5 cm (d) 7-8 cm and 8-9 cm
  4. Compartments in mammalian testes are called
    (a) testicular lobules (b) seminiferous tubules
    (c) Sertoli cells (d) interstitial cells
  5. Testicular lobules contain
    (a) 3-5 seminiferous tubules
    (b) 2-6 seminiferous tubules
    (c) 5-7 seminiferous tubules
    (d) 1-3 seminiferous tubules
  6. The seminiferous tubules of the testis is lined on its inside by
    (a) spermatocytes (b) spermatogonia
    (c) cells of Sertoli (d) Both (b) and (c)
  7. ……… provide nutrition to the male germ cells.
    (a) Interstitial cells
    (b) Leydig cells
    (c) Sertoli cells
    (d) Both (a) and (b)
  8. Which of the following cells present in the mammalian testes forms the sperms?
    (a) Leydig cells (b) Spermatogonia
    (c) Interstitial cells (d) Sertoli cells
  9. Region outside the seminiferous tubules is called
    (a) interdigital space
    (b) interferous space
    (c) interstitial space
    (d) blind space
  10. Identify the accessory glands found in males.
    (a) Seminal vesicles
    (b) Prostate gland
    (c) Bulbourethral gland
    (d) All of the above
  1. Human Fallopian tube is about
    (a) 8-9 cm long (b) 9-10 cm long
    (c) 10-12 cm long (d) 12-17 cm long
  2. Funnel-shaped part of oviduct closer to the ovary is called
    (a) fimbriae (b) infundibulum
    (c) ampulla (d) isthmus
  3. The main function of fimbriae of Fallopian tube is
    (a) help in development of ovary
    (b) help in collection of the ovum after ovulation
    (c) help in development of ova
    (d) help in fertilisation
  4. Choose the incorrect pair.
    (a) Finger-like projections – Fimbriae
    (b) Narrow part of oviduct – Ampulla
    (c) Part of oviduct joining the uterus – Isthmus
    (d) None of the above
  5. Choose the incorrect pair.
    (a) Cushion of fatty tissue covered by pubic hair –Mons pubis
    (b) Membrane covering opening of vagina–Hymen
    (c) Finger-like structure above the urethral opening –Clitoris
    (d) Uterine layer exhibiting strong contraction during delivery–Endometrium
  6. The main tissue present in breast is ……… tissue.
    (a) glandular (b) squamous
    (c) ciliated (d) epithelium
  1. Several mammary ducts join to form a wider mammary ampulla, which is connected to
    (a) lactiferous duct (b) seminiferous duct
    (c) seminiferous tubules (d) nipple
  2. A sectional view of mammary gland shows
    I. nipple and areola.
    II. mammary lobes (alveolus) and duct.
    III. ribs.
    IV. ampulla and lactiferous duct.
    Choose the correct option from the above.

    (a) I, II, III and IV (b) I, II and III
    (c) III, IV and II (d) I, IV and III
  3. Which cells come earliest in the sequence of sperm production?
    (a) Spermatozoa (b) Spermatocyte
    (c) Spermatid (d) Spermatogonia
  4. Which of the following undergoes meiosis-I division during spermatogenesis?
    (a) Primary spermatocytes
    (b) Secondary spermatocytes
    (c) Sertoli cell
    (d) Leydig cell
  5. Which one of the following cells have haploid number of chromosome?
    (a) Primary spermatocytes
    (b) Secondary spermatocytes
    (c) Spermatid
    (d) Both (b) and (c)
  6. During spermatogenesis, which cells are the first to contain haploid number of chromosomes?
    (a) Spermatogonium (b) Primary spermatocyte
    (c) Secondary spermatocyte (d) Spermatid
  7. Spermatogenesis starts at puberty due to significant increase in the secretion of
    (a) GnRH (b) prolactin
    (c) testosterone (d) oestrogen
  8. Sperms of mammals depend for movement on
    (a) only tail (b) tail and middle piece
    (c) middle piece (d) Only head
  9. The reproductive cycle in the female primates such as monkeys, apes and human beings is called
    (a) menstrual cycle (b) oestrus cycle
    (c) circadian cycle (d) ovulatory cycle
  10. The first menstruation that begins at puberty is called
    (a) menopause (b) ovulation
    (c) gametogenesis (d) menarch
  1. In an ideal menstrual cycle, the menstrual phase last for
    (a) 3-5 days (b) 5-6 days
    (c) 1-3 days (d) 2-3 days
  2. A regular cycling woman is not menstruating, which one of the following is the most likely to be the root cause?
    (a) Maintenance of the hypertrophical endometrial lining
    (b) Maintenance of high concentration of sex-hormones in the bloodstream
    (c) Regression of well-developed corpus luteum
    (d) Fertilisation of the ovum
  3. What happens during the follicular phase of menstrual cycle?
    (a) Proliferation of endometrium
    (b) Reduction in blood supply to endometrium
    (c) Regression of endometrium
    (d) No effect on endometrium
  4. When does ovulation occur in a healthy menstruating female?
    (a) 9-14 days (b) 14-16 days
    (c) 16-28 days (d) 20-26 days

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