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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Anatomy and Physiology Questions

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Grade 9 Anatomical Organization
Grade 9 Human Reproduction
Grade 9 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
The skeletal system provides what?
  1. a sturdy fiber to connect different parts of the body
  2. support, provides protection to vital organs, works in conjunction with muscles to allow for movement, and makes blood cells
  3. a muscle relaxant
  4. a mechanism for stopping the body from harmful actions
Grade 9 Human Reproduction
When does conception, or fertilization, occur?
  1. An egg matures in a female's ovary.
  2. All 23 pairs of chromosomes are present.
  3. A dominant gene overrides a recessive gene.
  4. Sperm from a male unites with an egg from a female.
Grade 9 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
Another name for collarbone is
  1. clavicle.
  2. cochlear.
  3. cartilage.
  4. compact bone.
Grade 9 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
The three primary types of muscle fiber present in the human body are
  1. smooth, cardiac, and digestive.
  2. cardiac, respiratory, and smooth.
  3. skeletal, smooth, and cardiac.
  4. skeletal, cardiac, and digestive.
Grade 9 Human Reproduction
A zygote is a                             .
  1. two-celled embryo
  2. solid ball of about 50 cells
  3. blastocyst
  4. fertilized egg
Grade 9 Anatomical Organization
Grade 9 Human Reproduction
Grade 9 Human Reproduction
What gland controls the start (onset) of puberty?
  1. adrenal
  2. pituitary
  3. salivary
  4. thyroid
Grade 9 Circulatory and Immune Systems
Grade 9 Nervous and Endocrine Systems
Grade 9 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Grade 9 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
The intestines are the organs primarily responsible for
  1. absorption.
  2. digestion.
  3. elimination.
  4. ingestion.
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