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Which of the following is considered part of the indigenous microbiota of the female reproductive system?
both Candida and Lactobacillus
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A nurse is conducting a prenatal class on the female reproductive system. When a client in the class asks why the fertilized ovum stays in the fallopian tube for 3 days, the nurse responds that the reason for this is that it:
Promotes the fertilized ovum’s normal implantation in the top portion of the uterus.
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A nurse is conducting a prenatal class on the female reproductive system. When a client in the class asks why the fertilized ovum stays in the Fallopian tube for 3 days, the nurse responds that the reason for this is that it: 1. Promotoes the fertilized ovum’s changes of survival. 2. Promotes the fertilized ovum’s exposure to estrogen & progesterone. 3. Promotes the fertilized ovum’s normal implantation in the top portion of the uterus. 4. Promotes the fertilized ovum’s exposure to LH and FSH
3. Promotes the fertilized ovum’s normal implantation in the top portion of the uterus.
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12) Which of the following is considered part of the indigenous microbiota of the female reproductive system? A) Candida B) Lactobacillus C) E. coli D) Bacteroides E) both Candida and Lactobacillus
E
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4 major structures of the female reproductive system
Ovaries Fallopian tubes Uterus Vagina
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The development, maintenance, and regulation of the male and female reproductive systems are the functions of:
reproductive hormones
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The hormone that affects the male and female reproductive systems is:
what is not considered to be part of the indigenous microbiota of the female reproductive system?
E. coli
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