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the ovum (egg) of the female is produced by this structure? ovaries
which of these is a body tissue? nervous, muscle epithelial connective , or all of the above All of the above
The top layer of the epidermis is the stratum corneum
Bones, joints and musscles are all part of the what system muusculoskeletel system
The dermis of the skin contains which of the following structures? hair foliicles ,Sweat Glands, connective tissues, all of the above All of the above
Which of these is an accessory organ of the digestive system? Stomach, Small intestine, gallbladder, rectum Gallbladder
Which of these is not one of the four parts of a medical term? suffix , wood root, prefix, main form Main form
The Heart has (number) chambers and (number) valves that work in conjunction with the myocardium to pump blood. 4/5, 5/4, 4/4, 3/4 4/4
The hormone _______ is responsible for producing male secondary sex characteristics. Testosterone
The brain and spinal cord are the two structures of the ____nervous system. Peripheral, central, Appendicular, Axial Central
Which of these statements is false about the medical term endocardium ? Endo-is the prefix , cardi/o is the wood root , edno- means above or outside, Cardi/o means heart Endo- means above or outside
Which of these is not a hormone secreted from the pituitary gland? Thyroid Stimulating, Calcitonin , Growth hormone , Prolactin, Antidiuretic Hormone calcitonin
Which system or systems are part of the motor efferent PNS? Somatic, Autonomic , Afferent, A and B A and B
Nomal body temperature is 97.8
Which of these is NOT a function of bone tissue? Protection, Mineral Storage, Blood Cell Formation, contraction CONTRACTION
____ are the smallest living units of the body organation. cells
Which of these structures isNOT a part of the upper respiratory tract? Nasal cavity , Bronchi, loarynx , Pharynx Bronchi
The term artrosis, arthr/o means__ and -osis means____. joint, condition of , condition of , joint, space, inflammation, inflammation, space. joint,condition of
Using proper medical directional terms, the nose is___ to the ear. Medial
Which of these is NOT a fuction of the integumentary system? Support, Protection Body temperature Regulation, Vitamin E Synthesis Vitamin E Systhesis
Urine is produced by the kidneys and transported to the bladder by the ____ Ureters
Which of these is NOT a structure of the lymphatic system? Lymphatic Vessels , Spleen , tonsils, Uvula, Lymph Nodes Uvula
The major site of digestion and absorption of nutrients from food takes place in the ____. stomach, small intestine, esophagus, colon small intestine
-itis means ____ Inflammation
In the term cardiomyopathy cardi/o is? suffix prefix, main form word root Word root
Which of these is Not a gland of the endocrine system? Sebaceous, Parathyroid , Andrenal, Pancreas Sebaceous
____ is the process by which your body converts nutrients into fuel and is the sum of all the chemical reactions in your body. Metabolism
Glucose is used by our cells to make energy.Glucose is a metabolite is derived from the breakdown of which biological molecule? Proteins , Carbohydrates , fats, Nucleic Acids Carbohydrates
Adipose (fat) ,blood,bone,and carilage are examples of ___ tissue. Epithelial, connective , osseous, endothelial conective
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