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Anatomy

QuestionAnswer
What is the largest bone in the body? femur
What are the four types of tissue? connective, epithelial, muscle, nerve
What is the order of mitosis? interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
What is the largest salivary gland? parotid
How many chromosomes are in the human? 46 (23 pair)
How many ribs are there 24 (12 pair)
What is the functional cell of the nervous system? neuron
What the only organ in the human that is both edoncrine and exocrine? pancreas
What part of the brain is most likely affected in the person with ataxia? cerebellum
What is the 7th cranial nerve? facial
The prostate is in what body system? male reproductive system
Somatic cells divide via what process? mitosis
What cranial nerve is responsible for respiration and heart rate? vagus
The primary germ cell layers are the: ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm
Muscle cells arise from which germ cell layer? mesoderm
Granulocytes are white blood cells derived from the myeloid stem cell line and include what 3 cells? eosinophil, basophil, neutrophil
The thecal sac contains the cauda equina and CSF and continues to what vertebral level in most people? S2-S3
Rotter's lymph node drains what organ? breast
The internal iliac nodes are also known as the ___ nodes. hypogastric
What does the term Cryptorchidism refer to? failure of the testes to descend at birth
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