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A pear-shaped sac lying at the posterior end of the peritoneal cavity. It lies ventral to the rectum in male, ventral to the rectum and uterus in females. A. Gall bladder B. Urinary Bladder C. Uterus D. Uterine Horn
the following are the characteristics of the renal CORTEX. Except A. lighter peripheral part B. renal corpuscles C. convoluted tubules D papilla
the main organ of filtration A. lighter peripheral part B. renal corpuscles C. convoluted tubules D papilla
The renal corpuscle, the proximal tubule, the loop of Henle, and the distal tubule. These are the component structure of what specific part of the kidney A. bladder B. cortex C. nephron D. medulla
The following describes the the kidneys, except A . bean shaped B. enclosed in a tough renal tubules C. Convex laterally and concave on medial borders D lie against the ventral wall of the peritoneum
It produces seminal fluid to carry the sperm and neutralizes the vaginal acidity A. ampulaary glands B. testes C. prostate D spermatic cord
a large vessel arising from the middle of the ventricular base of the heart and intruding forward between the auricles. It carries deoxygenated blood. A. systemic vein B. pulmonary artery C. pulmonary vein D. coronary veins
The following are structures of the heart. Except A. mitral valve B. tricuspid valve C. aortic valve D. ventricles
The valve between left atrium and left ventricle A. mitral valve B. tricuspid valve C. aortic valve D. Pulmonary valve
This system consist of gonads(ovaries & testes) and their ducts, concerned in the production of germ cells(ova & sperm) A. Urogenital System B. Reproductive System C. Excretory System D. Digestive System
the nervous system is also responsible for both muscle contractions, glandular secretions and bone growth. A. True B. False
These are nerves carrying informations away from the perikaryon to the CNS A. Efferent nerves B. Afferent Nerves C. Sensory Nerves D. Motor Nerves E. A and D F. B and C
Nervous system that is responsible for the control of visceral activity A. Peripheral nervous system B. Central Nervous System C. Autonomic Nervous System D. Parasympathetic Nervous System E. Sympathetis Nervous System
prepares the body for strenuous action by increasing activity of the viscera, although it slows digestive processes. A. Peripheral nervous system B. Central Nervous System C. Autonomic Nervous System D. Parasympathetic Nervous System E. Sympathetis Nervous System
An organ which digest food and produces glycogen A. Liver B. Gall bladder C. Spleen D. Appendix
The food is initially and partially digested by tearing it to bits and pieces A. Stomach B. Ileum C. Mouth D. Large Intestines
The nerve cells in the CNS which are responsible for structural support. Except A. Schwann Cells B. Oligodendrocyetes C. Astrocytes D. Microglia
The renal corpuscles are the actual site of blood filtration the initial stage of urine production. A. True B. False
Enzyme that regulates blood sugar level which is produced by the pancreas A. Glucose B. Glycogen C. Glucagon D. Insulin
A long tube that receives food from the mouth. A. Esophagus B. Trachea C. Intestine D. Rectum
The Craniata has the following characteristics: a. three-part brain b. neural crest d. paired external sense organs e. All of the above f. None of the above
Female mammals have evaginations for scrotal cavities from the abdominal cavity A. True B. False
The person who established the phylum Chordata. A. Karl Gegenbaur B. William Bateson C. Ernst Haeckel D. None of the above D.
Phylum chordata, the characteristics which is common to all the species at the initial stage of embryonic development A. Notochord B. Ganglionic Nerve C. Pot-anal tail D. dorsal hollow nerve cord
Tornaria is a free swimming larva under which phylum? A. phylum craniata B. phylum ascidicea C. Phylum chordata D. PhylumHemichordata
He was responsible for adding enteropneusts to the phylum chordata and naming of the new group hemichordata A. Karl Gegenbaur B. Ernst Haeckel C. William Bateson D. Charle's Darwin
_____________ is the only remaining chordate characteristics with Molgula manhattensis. A. Siphons B. Pharynx C. Mantle D. Tunicin
it is a ciliated groove that extends along the midventral of the pharynx to the esophagus. It is also present in lancelets. A. Endostyle B. Stomach C. Stigmata D. Siphon
Adneural gland in sea squirt is homologous to what structures in humans? A. Adrenal gland B. Pinal gland C. Pituitary gland D. Parotid gland
Muscles of the Dorsal components: i. Mandibular adductor ii. Spiracular muscles iii. hyoid constrictor iv. cucullaris A. i and ii B. i, ii, and iii C. i, ii, and iv D. i, ii, iii, and iv
The other term for levator maxillae superioris A. Palatoquadrate levator B. Second Levator C. First Levator D. A and B E. A and C
A connective tissue partitions extending laterally from both sides of the centrum and dividing the musculature into dorsal and ventral bundles. A. Horizontal skeletogenous Septum B. Dorsal skeletogenous Septum C. Ventral skeletogenous Septum D. Lateral Line
A connective tissue partitions extending from the neural spine to the mid dorsal line. A. Horizontal skeletogenous Septum B. Dorsal skeletogenous Septum C. Ventral skeletogenous Septum D. Lateral Line
The second ventral constrictor is otherwise known as A. Hyoideus B. Epihyoidean C. Interhyoideus D. Hyoid Levator
The insertion of quadratomandibularis msucle A. Meckel's cartilage B. Palatoquadrate cartilage C. Ventral Raphe D. Lower jaw
The group of muscles elevates the floor of the mouth cavity and assists in opening of the mouth. A. Intermandibularis B. Craniomaxillaris muscles C. Hypobranchial muscles D. Spiracular muscles
The third to sixth levators are collectively called A. Craniomaxillaris B. Cucullaris C. Interhyoideus D. Intermandibularis
The origin of the Hyoid constrictor A. palatoquadrate cartilage B. Otic capsule C. epibranchial cartilage D. Mid ventral raphe
The common insertion of the spiracular and hyoid constrictor A. palatoquadrate cartilage B. Otic capsule C. epibranchial cartilage D. Mid ventral raphe
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