EXERCISES, LESSON 1
INSTRUCTIONS: The following exercises are to be answered by marking the lettered
response that best answers the question or best completes the incomplete statement or
by writing the answer in the space provided.
After you have completed all the exercises, turn to "Solutions to Exercises" at the
end of the lesson and check your answers.
The physical structure of an egg consists of the:
a. Shell, albumen, germinal disc, and the white.
b. White, yolk, shell membranes, and the shell.
Yolk, shell membranes, latebra, and the oviduct.
d. Ovary, oviduct, albumen, and the shell.
Formation of an egg begins with:
a. Formation of the stigma or suture line.
b. Secretion of gel from the germinal disc.
Ovulation or release of a mature yolk.
d. Fertilization of the vitelline membrane.
The air cell in the large end of the egg is normally formed:
a. During the process in which the albumen is formed.
b. As the egg cools after it has been laid.
Within the ovary when the vitelline membrane ruptures.
d. When the egg passes through the isthmus.