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ATI Teas practice

ATI Teas practice questions

List cellular hierarchy from simplest to the most complex structure Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
What's the first line of defense against invading bacteria? The skin
What's the longest phase of the cell cycle? Interphase
In order to be included in the formation of a scientific conclusion, evidence must be? Reproducible
When does the nuclear division of somatic cells take place during cellular reproduction? Mitosis
Which structure in the brain is responsible for arousal & maintenance of consciousness? The reticular activating system
The rate of a chemical reaction depends on all of the following except? Temperature, surface area, presence of catalysts, amount of mass lost Amount of mass lost
If an organism is AaBb, which of the following combinations in the gametes is impossible? AB, aa, AB, Ab aa
What is the role of ribosomes? Make proteins
The hydrogen bonds in a water molecule make water a good____? Surface for small particles & living organisms to move across
Which organ system has the purpose of producing movement through contraction? Muscular
Where does fertilization of an egg by a sperm cell occur? The fallopian tubes
Which of the following is not a type of connective tissue? Smooth, cartilage, adipose tissue, blood tissue Smooth
What is the relationship between genes and chromosomes? Each chromosome contains multiple genes
Which organ system includes the spleen? Lymphatic system
Which part of the cardiac conduction system is the most distal from the initial impulse generation & actually conducts the charge throughout the heart tissue? Perkinje fibers
Which cells are found in the skin & assist in boosting immune function? Langerhans cells
The brain and spinal cord are a composition of what? The central nervous system
Where does afferent lymph vessels carry lymph Toward the lymph node
What's usually the form of study in a new area of scientific inquiry? Descriptive studies
The primary function of which biological system is to move nutrients & chemicals through the body? Circulatory
What's the proper order of the divisions of the small intestine as food passes through the gastrointestinal tract? Duodenum, ileum, jejunum
The diaphragm belongs in which biological systems? Respiratory system
What function do platelets serve in the bloodstream? They form blood clots to stop bleeding
What is the term for the gap between neurons, where hormones, & other messenger ions can pass from one cell to the next? Synapse
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 types of muscle found in the human body? Cardiac, nodular, skeletal, smooth Nodular
Which of the following terms is used to describe muscular contractions that move food material through the digestive tract, Homeostasis, ingestion, metastasis, peristalsis? Peristalsis
What is the term for the region of the body that lies below the ribcage & above the pelvis? Abdomen
What disorder results from hypersensitivity of the immune system? Allergy
During which part of the menstrual cycle is a woman MOST likely to become pregnant? At ovulation
What's the name for a joint that can only move in 2 directions? Hinge
Which force motivates filtration in the kidneys? Blood pressure
What is the function of the Golgi apparatus? It prepares proteins & other large molecules for transport to other parts of the cell
Which hormone is NOT secreted by a gland in the brain? Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG)
What's the term for the process by which unspecialized cells transform into more specialized cells? Differentiation
Where are the vocal cords located? Larynx
In mammals, blood pH must be kept fairly constant (very close to 7.4) in order for these animals to survive. Which 2 organs play the MOST IMPORTANT role in regulating blood pH in mammals? Kidneys & Lungs
2 isotopes of the same molecule have different numbers of Neutrons
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