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College :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by vhansley
This part of the skeletal system anchors muscle to bone.
  1. Bone
  2. Tendons
  3. Cartilage
  4. Ligaments
College :: Respiration Digestion and Excretion by Suzie672
The body system which regulates the chemical composition of blood, eliminates many waste products, and maintains the fluid balance and volume in the body is the
  1. Digestive system
  2. Urinary system
  3. Respiratory system
  4. Circulatory system
College :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Suzie672
The largest organ of the human body is the
  1. Brain
  2. Liver
  3. Pancreas
  4. Skin
College :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Suzie672
Muscle which comprises most of the muscle mass of the body and is striated, and under voluntary control is
  1. Skeletal muscle
  2. Cardiac muscle
  3. Smooth muscle
  4. Visceral muscle
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
Receptors for hearing are located in
  1. Cochlear
  2. Semi circular canals
  3. Tympanic membrane
  4. Vestibule
College :: Human Reproduction by hener
The bottom portion of the uterus which dilates during labor is the:
  1. Vagina
  2. Fallopian tube
  3. Cervix
  4. Sub uterus
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
The main function of the rods in the eye
  1. Depth perception
  2. Dim light vision
  3. Color vision
  4. Accommodation for near vision
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by tanyusha
A reflex is considered to be a(n)                              movement elicited by a(n)                              .
  1. unconsicous; internal stimulus
  2. voluntary; internal stimulus
  3. involuntary; external stimulus
  4. conscious; external stimulus
  5. None of the above are correct
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by MaribeldeLuna
Thyroid also produces thyrocalcitonin which functions in                regulation.
  1. calcium
  2. potassium
  3. vitamin C
  4. phosphorus
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by amandaf
This part of the lymphatic system is also part of the endocrine system.
  1. spleen
  2. thymus
  3. lymph nodes
  4. tonsils
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by tanyusha
In most persons, the left hemisphere of the brain
  1. controls the left side of the body
  2. receives olfactory information from the right nostril
  3. controls speech
  4. is involved in spatial perception
  5. received tactile information from the left side of the body
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
The central sulcus separates which lobes?
  1. Frontal from parietal
  2. Parietal from occipital
  3. Temporal from occipital
  4. Frontal from temporal
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
A shallow groove on the surface of cortex is called a                -
  1. Sulcus
  2. Fissure
  3. Gyrus
  4. Groove
  5. Furrow
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
The somatic nervous system
  1. Includes sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
  2. Regulates the gastrointestinal tract
  3. Includes motor neurons to smooth muscles
  4. Is dependent on the autonomic system for control
  5. Provides motor signals and conscious control to skeletal muscles
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
Which nerve arises from the brachial plexus?
  1. Axillary
  2. Suprascapular
  3. Musculocutaneous
  4. A and B are correct
  5. A, B and C are correct
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by DrAcquah
Proprioception means awareness of
  1. Color vision
  2. Blood gases
  3. Position
  4. Crude perception of temperature
  5. Visual acuity
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by tanyusha
Which structures below form the autonomic nervous system?
  1. Dorsal and ventral divisions
  2. Ventral and dorsal spinal cords
  3. Tectum and tegmentum
  4. Spinal and cranial nerves
  5. Sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
College :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by tanyusha
A key function of the cerebellum is the
  1. coordination of grammar
  2. ability to read and write
  3. performance of coordinated motor movements
  4. capacity to reason
  5. expression of emotion
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