MCQs Questions on Fertilization For NEET and Medical Exam 2022

NEET Biology is the scoring paper in the medical entrance examination. Here, you will discover the NEET Biology MCQ Questions for all Concepts as per the latest syllabus. Practice more on a regular basis with these NEET Biology objective questions on air pollution and improve your subject knowledge & problem-solving skills along with time management. NEET Biology Fertilization Multiple Choice Questions make you feel confident in answering the question in the exam & increases your scores to high.


Q.1. This is a minute cell which separates from the animal egg during maturation is known as

(a) Primary oogonia
(b) secondary oogonia
(c) primary spermatogonia
(d) polar bodies

(d) polar bodies


Q.2. The nutritive medium for the ejaculated sperms is given by

(a) fallopian tube
(b) uterine lining
(c) seminal fluid
(d) vaginal fluid

(c) seminal fluid


Q.3. This helps in the penetration of egg by the sperm

(a) fertilization membrane
(b) antifertilizin
(c) sperm lysin
(d) fertilizin

(c) sperm lysin


Q.4. In a man, sperms move after ejaculation at a rate of nearly

(a) 2 to 4 inches/minute
(b) 2 to 4 mm/minute
(c) 2 to 4 cm/minute
(d) 2 to 4 feet/minute

(b) 2 to 4 mm/minute


Q.5. In the process of fertilization, this is true

(a) entry of sperm activates the egg for completing meiosis
(b) only one sperm reaches the egg and enters it
(c) only the acrosome of the sperm enters the egg
(d) two haploid nuclei fuse and immediately divide to produce two nuclei which are again haploid

(a) entry of sperm activates the egg for completing meiosis


Q.6. In rabbits, humans and other placental mammals, fertilization occurs in

(a) vagina
(b) ovary
(c) fallopian tubes
(d) uterus

(c) fallopian tubes


Q.7. In female mammals Bartholin’s glands open into the

(a) Fallopian tubes and release a secretion which makes sperms motile
(b) uterus and release a lubricating fluid during the birth of young ones
(c) vestibule and release a lubricating fluid in the vagina
(d) urinary bladder and assist in release of urine

(c) vestibule and release a lubricating fluid in the vagina


Q.8. Sperm lysin, the enzymatic substance produced by sperms in mammals is known as

(a) cryanogamone
(b) hyaluronic acid
(c) androgamone
(d) hyaluronidase

(d) hyaluronidase


Q.9. Egg development without fertilization is known as

(a) Parthenogenesis
(b) Metagenesis
(c) Gametogenesis
(d) Oogenesis

(a) Parthenogenesis


Q.10. After a sperm has penetrated an ovum in the process of fertilization, entry of further sperms is prevented by

(a) condensation of yolk
(b) development of the vitelline membrane
(c) formation of fertilization membrane
(d) development of the pigment coat

(c) formation of fertilization membrane

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