The structure formed after release of ova from Graffian follicles and secretory in nature, is

A. corpus callosum

B. corpus luteum

C. corpus albicans

D. corpus striatum

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  1. Which of the following animals are hermaphrodites?
  2. The simplest type of placenta found in man is
  3. The structure that attaches testis to dorsal body wall is
  4. The process of spermatogenesis in human testis is completed in
  5. The seminal vesicle in rabbit is found at the junction of
  6. A woman's fertility ceases at about 49-55 years. This is known as
  7. The part of reproductive system in male which neither produces hormones nor sperms is
  8. Cryptorchidism is a condition in which testes are
  9. Failure of descending testis into the scrotum is known as
  10. The gestation period of rabbit is
  11. In the male rabbit, the testes are located in
  12. The gestation period of elephant is about
  13. The capsule enclosing testes of mammal is known as
  14. The sperm count increases
  15. Amnion is an extra-embryonic embrane which develops during the embryonic development of
  16. The hormone which shows a single mid cycle peak in the human female is
  17. Graffian follicles are characteristically found in the
  18. In which of the animals, the fertilization occurs externally in water ?
  19. The human sperm was first seen and described by
  20. Sertoli cells are located in
  21. Placenta is the region, where
  22. The placental barrier between animal and foetal blood is minimum
  23. The testes secrete a group of hormones called
  24. Secodary sexual character in man is
  25. Rupturing of follicles and discharge of ova is known as
  26. One of these is polyestrous
  27. In the human menstrual cycle, ovulation occurs around
  28. The structure formed after release of ova from Graffian follicles and secretory in nature, is
  29. Embryo of a mammal is surrounded by
  30. The structure of the male reproductive system that corresponds to oviduct of the female system is