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Anatomy and Physiology Questions - All Grades

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The Anatomy and Physiology questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 7 :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by shogg
When might your body release adrenaline?
  1. When you've had too much to eat
  2. When you feel threatened by a big vicious dog
  3. When you are waking up from a long night of sleep
  4. When you don't have enough calcium in your bloodstream
Grade 5 :: Respiration Digestion and Excretion by megsmill
Which system works with breathing oxygen into the lungs?
  1. digestive system
  2. respiratory system
  3. nervous system
  4. excretory system
Grade 7 :: Respiration Digestion and Excretion by shogg
When you inhale, oxygen enters your body through
  1. the esophagus
  2. the nose
  3. the diaphragm
  4. the heart
Grade 7 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
Another name for collarbone is which of the following?
  1. Clavicle
  2. Cochlear
  3. Cartilage
  4. Compact bone
Grade 7 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
The appendicular skeleton is all of the following EXCEPT
  1. shoulder girdle
  2. elbow joint
  3. scapula
  4. ribs
Grade 7 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
How many bones make up the lower extremity (leg)?
  1. 1
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
Grade 5 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by betinaraquel
A student scraped a knee while climbing a tree. Which body system responds by transporting white blood cells to the wound?
  1. skeletal system
  2. digestive system
  3. excretory system
  4. circulatory system
Grade 5 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by betinaraquel
Which body system includes arteries and veins?
  1. excretory system
  2. circulatory system
  3. respiratory system
  4. reproductive system
Grade 7 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by shogg
The function of the circulatory system is to transport                  to all parts of the body.
  1. oxygen
  2. nutrients
  3. glucose
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 :: Human Reproduction by jlovering
When sperm cells fertilize egg cells, the product is called a:
  1. zygote
  2. hyphae
  3. gamete
  4. chromosome
Grade 2 :: Respiration Digestion and Excretion by carriewible
What organs help us breathe?
  1. kidneys
  2. lungs
  3. large and small intestines
  4. bladder
Grade 10 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
What two bones are associated with the ankle joint?
  1. the distal epiphyses of the tibia and fibula
  2. tibia and femur
  3. femur and pelvic girdle
  4. proximal epiphyseal plate of the femur and the distal diaphysis of the ulna
Grade 10 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
The proximal epiphysis of the tibia bone contacts what two things?
  1. the distal epiphysis of the femur and distal epiphysis of the fibula
  2. the distal epiphysis of the humerus and the medial surface of the ulna
  3. the compact bone of the clavicle and the lateral surface of the humerus
  4. the distal epiphysis of the femur and the proximal epiphysis of the fibula
Grade 7 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by shogg
The circulatory allows us to remove wastes like                 .
  1. carbon dioxide
  2. urea
  3. oxygen
  4. a and b
Grade 7 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by shogg
The largest artery in the body is the
  1. aorta
  2. superior vena cava
  3. pulomonary artery
  4. right ventricle
Grade 9 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
Which of the following contacts the distal end of the humerus?
  1. Proximal Tibia
  2. Proximal Fibula
  3. Distal Scapula
  4. Proximal Radius
Grade 7 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
When a bone is fractured, it is usually the                  that is broken.
  1. epiphysis
  2. diaphysis
  3. spongy bone
  4. epiphyseal plate
Grade 7 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Junelaw
Which two bones make up the forearm?
  1. metacarpals and phalanges
  2. tibia and fibula
  3. radius and ulna
  4. clavicle and sternum
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