5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does a muscle move the insertion?
- a disease caused either when not enough insulin is produced or when the body does not respond properly to the insulin that is produced
- the layer of the skin that contains sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and hair follicles
- a relatively immovable part (like a bone) where one end of a muscle is anchored
- Why are cardiac muscle tissue and smooth muscle tissue not considered part of the muscular system?
- a Both cardiac and smooth muscle tissue are involuntary; they cannot be directly controlled by the mind. Both are located inside organs of other systems. Smooth muscle tissue is found in several systems, including the digestive and cardiovascular systems; cardiac muscle is found only in the heart, which is part of the cardiovascular system.
- b dermis
- c diabetes mellitus
- d toward the origin.
- e origin
5 Multiple choice questions
- production of bile to digest fat
filtering poisonous substances out of the blood
storing excess glucose from the blood
- epithelial tissue
- immune system
5 True/False questions
esophagus → transports food from the mouth to the stomach
the system that helps the cardiovascular system return blood to the heart → muscular system
critical for digestion → connects the rest of the brain to the spinal cord; responsible for the body's automatic activities
the two most important parts of human beings → epidermis
a liquid produced by the liver that helps digest fat → gallbladder