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Signal from fully developed foetus and placental ultimately lead to parturition which requires the release of 

  • oestrogen fro placenta

  • oxytocin from maternal pituitary

  • oxytocin from foetal pituitary

  • relaxin from the placenta


B.

oxytocin from maternal pituitary

The process of giving birth to a baby is called parturition. Parturition is induced by a complex neuroendocrine mechanism. The signals for parturition originate from the fully-developed foetus and t he placenta which requires the release of oxytocin from the posterior lobe of the maternal pituitary.

The process of giving birth to a baby is called parturition. Parturition is induced by a complex neuroendocrine mechanism. The signals for parturition originate from the fully-developed foetus and t he placenta which requires the release of oxytocin from the posterior lobe of the maternal pituitary.

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Which of the following shows hermaphroditism and self fertilization ?
  • Earthworm
  • Tapeworm
  • Both A & B
  • Rotifers.

B.

Tapeworm
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Ovulation takes place :
  • 2 weeks before the start of next menstrual cycle
  • 14th day of 28 days cycle
  • 10 days after the cease of previous monthly cycle
  •  All the above are correct.

B.

14th day of 28 days cycle
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The chromosone in primary spermatocyte are :
  •  22 + X 
  • 22+Y
  • 44 + XX
  • 44 + XY

D.

44 + XY
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Primary spermatocyte produces 4 spermatozoa, but primary oocyte produces :
  • 1 ovum
  • 2 ova
  • 3 ova
  • 4 ova

A.

1 ovum
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The process of differentiation of spermatid into a spermatozoa is known as :
  • spermatogenesis
  • gametogenesis
  • spermiogenesis
  • oogenesis

C.

spermiogenesis
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