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Human Anatomy

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Producing white and red blood cells is a function of

The skeletal system

A

The nervous system

B

The cardiovascular system

C

The muscular system

D

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Producing white and red blood cells is a function of

The skeletal system

A

The nervous system

B

The cardiovascular system

C

The muscular system

D

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Which of the following is NOT a function of the integumentary system

To store fats

A

To protect the body from the environment

B

To give pigmentation to the skin

C

To absorb oxygen from the atmosphere

D

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Which of the following is NOT a function of the integumentary system

To store fats

A

To protect the body from the environment

B

To give pigmentation to the skin

C

To absorb oxygen from the atmosphere

D

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The main function of the cardiovascular system is

Immunity

A

Transport

B

Movement of limbs

C

Production of red blood cells

D

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The main function of the cardiovascular system is

Immunity

A

Transport

B

Movement of limbs

C

Production of red blood cells

D

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What happens if the respiratory system stops working?

Oxygen wouldn't reach every part of the body

A

Glucose wouldn't reach every part of the body

B

We wouldn't be able to move

C

Our digestive system wouldn't work

D

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What happens if the respiratory system stops working?

Oxygen wouldn't reach every part of the body

A

Glucose wouldn't reach every part of the body

B

We wouldn't be able to move

C

Our digestive system wouldn't work

D

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In general terms, the function of muscles is

Oxygenation

A

Energy

B

Digestion

C

Movement

D

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In general terms, the function of muscles is

Oxygenation

A

Energy

B

Digestion

C

Movement

D

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Which of the following is a function of the nervous system

Sense the environment

A

Pump blood

B

Oxygenate the body

C

Produce lymph

D

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Which of the following is a function of the nervous system

Sense the environment

A

Pump blood

B

Oxygenate the body

C

Produce lymph

D

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The lymphatic system is

in charge of recovering filtered liquids

A

in charge of carrying glucose

B

in charge of producing bile

C

in charge of transporting blood

D

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The lymphatic system is

in charge of recovering filtered liquids

A

in charge of carrying glucose

B

in charge of producing bile

C

in charge of transporting blood

D

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Besides the chemical digestion carried out by acids and other compounds in our body, what else can carry out chemical digestion in our intestine?

Lymph

A

ATP

B

Kidney stones

C

Bacteria

D

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Besides the chemical digestion carried out by acids and other compounds in our body, what else can carry out chemical digestion in our intestine?

Lymph

A

ATP

B

Kidney stones

C

Bacteria

D

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The immune system can be either

Primary or secondary

A

External or internal

B

Ventral or dorsal

C

Innate or acquired

D

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The immune system can be either

Primary or secondary

A

External or internal

B

Ventral or dorsal

C

Innate or acquired

D

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Why is it important for blood to be filtered?

To produce lymph

A

To digest properly

B

To separate the water

C

To clean it from toxins

D

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Why is it important for blood to be filtered?

To produce lymph

A

To digest properly

B

To separate the water

C

To clean it from toxins

D

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The structure of bones is

Solid

A

Fragile

B

Flexible

C

Porous

D

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The structure of bones is

Solid

A

Fragile

B

Flexible

C

Porous

D

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Which of the following is NOT a layer of the integumentary system

Dermis

A

Epidermis

B

Hypodermis

C

Hyperdermis

D

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Which of the following is NOT a layer of the integumentary system

Dermis

A

Epidermis

B

Hypodermis

C

Hyperdermis

D

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Fill in the blanks: _________ transport blood towards the heart, ___________ transport blood ot of the heart.

Veins, capillaries

A

Arteris, veins

B

Capillaries, arteries

C

Veins, arteries

D

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Fill in the blanks: _________ transport blood towards the heart, ___________ transport blood ot of the heart.

Veins, capillaries

A

Arteris, veins

B

Capillaries, arteries

C

Veins, arteries

D

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The respiratory tract is composed of the following organs (in order)

Nose, larynx, trachea, bronchi, alveoli

A

Nose, larynx, esophagus, bronchi, alveoli

B

Nose, larynx, pharynx, trachea, alveoli

C

Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli

D

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The respiratory tract is composed of the following organs (in order)

Nose, larynx, trachea, bronchi, alveoli

A

Nose, larynx, esophagus, bronchi, alveoli

B

Nose, larynx, pharynx, trachea, alveoli

C

Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli

D

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When a muscle contracts, its antagonist muscle

Contracts as well

A

There is no antagonist

B

Expands

C

Relaxes

D

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When a muscle contracts, its antagonist muscle

Contracts as well

A

There is no antagonist

B

Expands

C

Relaxes

D

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Neurons are

Cells of the skin

A

Cells of the urinary system

B

Cells in the alveoli

C

Cells of the nervous system

D

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Neurons are

Cells of the skin

A

Cells of the urinary system

B

Cells in the alveoli

C

Cells of the nervous system

D

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Lymph is

A liquid found in urine

A

A liquid that is produced in the liver for the digestive system

B

A liquid in the brain

C

A liquid that is reabsorbed by the lymphatic vessels

D

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Lymph is

A liquid found in urine

A

A liquid that is produced in the liver for the digestive system

B

A liquid in the brain

C

A liquid that is reabsorbed by the lymphatic vessels

D

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The digestive tract is composed of the following organs (in order)

Nose, larynx, esophagus, stomach, small, and large intestine

A

Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, large and small intestine

B

Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small, and large intestine

C

Mouth, pharynx, stomach, and large intestine

D

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The digestive tract is composed of the following organs (in order)

Nose, larynx, esophagus, stomach, small, and large intestine

A

Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, large and small intestine

B

Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small, and large intestine

C

Mouth, pharynx, stomach, and large intestine

D

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Which of the following organs does not have a job helping the immune system?

Spleen

A

Lymph nodes

B

Tonsils

C

Gall-bladder

D

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Which of the following organs does not have a job helping the immune system?

Spleen

A

Lymph nodes

B

Tonsils

C

Gall-bladder

D

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The structures that filter the blood inside the kidneys are called

Nephrons

A

Bladder

B

Urether

C

Spleen

D

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The structures that filter the blood inside the kidneys are called

Nephrons

A

Bladder

B

Urether

C

Spleen

D

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Loss of calcium in bones results in

A sprain

A

Lupus

B

A heart attack

C

Osteoporosis

D

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Loss of calcium in bones results in

A sprain

A

Lupus

B

A heart attack

C

Osteoporosis

D

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Vitiligo is a condition that causes loss of skin color in patches. Which of the following layer and structure do you think is affected?

Dermis, keratinocytes

A

Epidermis, lymphocytes

B

Hypodermis, neurons

C

Epidermis, melanocytes

D

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Vitiligo is a condition that causes loss of skin color in patches. Which of the following layer and structure do you think is affected?

Dermis, keratinocytes

A

Epidermis, lymphocytes

B

Hypodermis, neurons

C

Epidermis, melanocytes

D

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What happens if the heart stops pumping blood?

The heart would burst

A

The body will find a way to receive oxygen

B

The lungs would collapse

C

The body will stop receiving oxygen and nutrients

D

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What happens if the heart stops pumping blood?

The heart would burst

A

The body will find a way to receive oxygen

B

The lungs would collapse

C

The body will stop receiving oxygen and nutrients

D

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Fill in the blank: Pneumonia occurs when the ______________ fill with liquid

Trachea

A

Larynx

B

Pharynx

C

Alveoli

D

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Fill in the blank: Pneumonia occurs when the ______________ fill with liquid

Trachea

A

Larynx

B

Pharynx

C

Alveoli

D

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Which of the following is NOT involved with movement?

Cardiac muscle

A

Adenoids

B

Ligaments

C

Tendons

D

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Which of the following is NOT involved with movement?

Cardiac muscle

A

Adenoids

B

Ligaments

C

Tendons

D

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Drugs affect the functioning of neurotransmitters. These chemicals are in charge of

Controlling reactions

A

All of the above

B

Emotions

C

Signals between neurons

D

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Drugs affect the functioning of neurotransmitters. These chemicals are in charge of

Controlling reactions

A

All of the above

B

Emotions

C

Signals between neurons

D

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One of the reasons why we retain fluids is because

The body doesn't have lymph

A

The blood flows very quickly in certain areas

B

Urine isn't filtered

C

The lymphatic system isn't absorbing lymph properly

D

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One of the reasons why we retain fluids is because

The body doesn't have lymph

A

The blood flows very quickly in certain areas

B

Urine isn't filtered

C

The lymphatic system isn't absorbing lymph properly

D

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Throwing up occurs when

The large intestine senses something toxic

A

The liver releases too much insulin

B

The stomach senses something toxic

C

The trachea isn't working properly

D

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Throwing up occurs when

The large intestine senses something toxic

A

The liver releases too much insulin

B

The stomach senses something toxic

C

The trachea isn't working properly

D

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An autoimmune disease like lupus occurs when

The immune system doesn't respond

A

A baterium enters the body

B

A virus attacks the innate immune system

C

The immune system attacks the body

D

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An autoimmune disease like lupus occurs when

The immune system doesn't respond

A

A baterium enters the body

B

A virus attacks the innate immune system

C

The immune system attacks the body

D

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A urinary infection occurs when

A bacterium attacks the urine

A

The blood isn't filtered

B

Urine isn't filtered

C

A bacterium attacks the kidney, bladder, or urethra

D

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