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How do the ovaries help the female's body prepare for a possible pregnancy? A. They add a lining rich in nutrients to the uterus. B. They enlarge to hold the developing baby. C. They secrete
hormones that help control the ovarian cycle. D. They secrete alkaline fluids to aid in sperm survival.
C. They secrete hormones that help control the ovarian cycle.
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User: How do the ovaries help the female's body prepare for a possible pregnancy? A. They add a lining rich in nutrients to the uterus. B. They enlarge to hold the developing baby. C. They secrete hormones that help control the ovarian cycle. D. They secrete alkaline fluids to aid in sperm survival.

Weegy: C. They secrete hormones that help control the ovarian cycle.
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User: What is the corpus luteum and when does it form? A.It is one of the millions of immature egg cell that form before a female is born B. it us a mature egg that forms right before ovulation C. It is a hormone secreting body that forms from the ruptured follicle after ovulation D. It is part of the anterior pituitary that forms through positive feedback

Weegy: The corpus luteum is: C. It is a hormone secreting body that forms from the ruptured follicle after ovulation.
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What is the corpus luteum and when does it form? User: What is the corpus luteum and when does it form? A.It is one of the millions of immature egg cell that form before a female is born
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