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  1. 4. Which of the following is not an environmental factor required for life? A. cold B. food C. water D. pressure
  2. 26. the longest part of the GI tract is the A small intestine B large intestine C esophagus D stomach
  3. 3. The smallest and most numerous structural units possessing the basic characteristics of life are called. A. cells B. tissues C. organs D. systems
  4. 13. which of the following bones can be found in the axial skeleton? A. tibia B. radius C. femur D. sternum
  5. 10. Which of the following supports the tongue and the functions in swallowing? A. skull B. vertebrae C. hyoid bone D. thoracic cage
  1. a C. hyoid bone
  2. b A small intestine
  3. c D. Sternum
  4. d A. cold
  5. e A. cells

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A the ear
  2. B. Anatomy
  3. D. middle ear
  4. C carbon dioxide
  5. C. 1/2

5 True/False questions

  1. 21. nerves and blood supply are located in which layer of the skin? A dermis B epidermis C hypodermis D hyperdermisA dermis


  2. 2. Which branch of science refers to the function of specific body parts? A. Biology B. Anatomy C. Physiology D. MicrobiologyC. Physiology


  3. 7. Complex structures with specialized functions within the body are known as A. cells B. atoms C. organs D. moleculesD muscles


  4. 16. The humerus, radius, and ulna are bones of the A. upper limbs B. pelvic girdle C. lower limbs D. pectoral girdleC. lower limbs


  5. 11. The skull, hyoid, vertebrae column, and thoracic cage are part of the A. pelvic girdle B. pectoral girdle C. axial skeleton D. appendicular skeletonC. axial skeleton