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Which of the following components is NOT a basic structure of a cell?
Which of the following is the control center of cell activities?
The production department of the cell is known as the:
Groups of cells of the same kind make up:
Separate body structures that perform specific functions are:
Removing the toxic byproducts of digestion is the function of which organ?
What type of tissue covers and protects body surfaces and internal organs?
A group of body organs that perform one or more vital functions for the body is called a(n):
The physical foundation of the body is called the:
The three parts of a muscle are the:
Origin, belly, insertion
The system that controls the circulation of the blood and lymph through the body is called the:
The system that coordinates and controls the overall operation of the human body by responding to both internal and external stimuli is the:
What is the function of the excretory system?
eliminates solid, liquid and gaseous waste
What are the primary functions of the respiratory system?
inhalation and exhalation
A carefully balanced mechanism that directly affects hair growth, skin conditions and energy levels is the:
Which system is responsible for the process by which a living organism procreates?
The skin and its layers make up the:
the study of organs and systems of the body is called
what are the basic units of life?
Cells vary in size, shape, structure and:
what is the control center of the cells activities?
the process by which cells reproduce, dividing in half, is called:
the process of building up larger molecules from smaller ones is called:
which type of tissue covers and protects body surfaces and internal organs
what is the body's largest organ?
A group of body structures and/or organs that performs one or more vital functions is known as a(n):
which of the following encloses and protects the brain and primary sensory organs?
how many bones make up the cranium?
of the fourteen bones that make up the facial skeleton? How many are involved in facial massage?
the largest bone of the facial skeleton is the lower jaw, known as the:
the U-shaped bone located in the throat, sometimes called the "Adams apple" is the:
The bone that forms the area from the throat to the shoulder is known as the collarbone or
The upper chest area is known as the
What is the largest bone of the upper arm
The 14 bones the form the digits, or fingers, are called
Which of the following is the study of the structure and function and diseases of the muscles
What type of muscle tissue respond automatically to control various body functions including the functions of internal organs
involuntary or non-striated
Which part of the muscle is nonmoving (fixed) and attached to worms or other nonmoving muscles
the midsection of the muscle is called the
the term meaning "in front of" is
which of the following terms is defined as "located below or is smaller"
What is the name for the bands of fiberous is tissue that attach muscle to bones?
dense, strong bands of fibrous tissue that connect bones to each other are called
which of the following is the broad muscle that covers the scalp?
What is the function of lymph?
filters the blood by removing toxins
Red blood cells are also called
What is carried by the red blood cella
Oxygen and hemoglobin
Which of the following are responsible for the clotting of blood
Tubular elastic thick world branching vessels that carry pure blood throughout the body are called
Which of the following is responsible for all voluntary body actions
Autonomic nervous system
The structures that receive the messages sent to the nerve cell are called:
What controls all three sub systems of the nervous system
The portion of the brain that is responsible for motor function muscle movement and balance is the
What should I go to nerve determines our senses of smell site touch hearing and taste
How many pairs of nerves originate in the brain
What continues to break down food once it has entered the stomach
Where does the undigested food pass for eventual illumination
What is the function of the excretory system
Eliminates solid liquid and gasous waste from the body
The liver converts in neutralizes ammonia to
What are the primary functions of the respiratory system
inhalation and exhalation
The muscular organ that contracts and expands forcing air into and out of the lungs is called the
Which of the following is the conducting pathway through which air flows
Chemical substances manufactured by the glands of the endocrine system is called
Which system is responsible for the process by which a living organism procreates
What are the two primary glands of the integumentary system
sebaceous and sudoriferous
Muscles are attached to both ends by either:
bone or another muscle
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