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Digestive System

  1. Which of the following is NOT an accessory structure of the digestive system?
    liver
    gallbladder
    pancreas
    spleen
  2. Salivary amylase secreted into the oral cavity starts the digestion of
    proteins.
    starch.
    lipids.
    amino acids.
  3. The pancreatic duct transports secretions from the pancreas to the
    stomach.
    duodenum.
    liver.
    colon.
  4. All of the following are substances found in pancreatic juice except
    pepsin.
    trypsin.
    amylase.
    lipase.
  5. Bile is produced in the
    liver.
    small intestine.
    pancreas.
    stomach.
  6. The final portion of the small intestine is the
    ileum.
    duodenum.
    jejunum.
    colon.
  7. The first portion of the large intestine is the
    colon.
    cecum.
    anal canal.
    rectum.
  8. The term metabolism refers to
    anabolic reactions.
    catabolic reactions.
    oxidation.
    All the chemical reactions of the body.
  9. Glucose is stored in the liver as
    starch.
    fat.
    glycogen.
    ATP.
  10. During digestion, proteins are broken down into molecules of
    glucose.
    fatty acids.
    amino acids.
    nucleic acids.

Respiratory System

  1. The exchange of gases between blood and cells is called
    pulmonary ventilation.
    internal respiration.
    external repiration.
    cellular respiration.

 

  1. Which of the following does NOT belong to the conducting prtion of the respiratory system?
    alveoli
    bronchioles
    nose
    pharynx
  2. The structure which closes off the larynx is the
    glottis.
    Adam’s apple.
    epiglottis.
    vocal cords.
  3. Which of the following describes a correct order of structures in the respiratory passeways?
    pharynx, trachea, larynx, bronchi, bronchioles
    larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchiles, bronchi
    trachea, pharynx, larynx, bronchi, bronchioles
    pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles
  4. The exchange of gases occurs in the
    trachea.
    bronchioles.
    alveoli.
    bronchus.
  5. The volume of air that can be exhaled after normal exhaltation is the
    tidal volume.
    residual volume.
    inspiratory reserve volume.
    expiratory reserve volume.
  6. The volume of air in a normal breath is called
    total lung capacity.
    vital capacity.
    tidal volume.
    residual volume.
  7. Gas exchange in the lungs happens by the process of
    osmosis.
    diffusion.
    exocytosis.
    active transport.
  8. Most oxygen in the blood is transported
    as gas dissolved in plasma.
    as oxyhemoglobin.
    as carboxyhemoglobin.
    as bicarbonate.
  9. The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of
    carbon monoxide in the blood.
    carbon dioxide in the blood.
    oxygen in the blood.
    carbonic acid in the blood.

Cardiovascular System

  1. The layer of simple squamous epithelium that lines the inside of the heart is called
    myocardium.
    pericardium.
    endocardium.
    epicardium.
  2. Blood transported by the pulmonary veins returns to the
    left atrium.
    right atrium.
    right ventricle.
    left ventricle.
  3. The valve between the left ventricle and the blood vessel leaving the left ventricle is the
    bicuspid valve.
    tricuspid valve.
    pulmonary semilunar valve.
    aortic semilunar valve.
  4. The bulk of the heart consists of
    cardiac muscle.
    smooth muscle.
    striated muscle.
    connective tissue.
  5. The valve located between the right atrium and the right ventricle is the
    tricuspid valve.
    bicuspid valve.
    mitral valve.
    semilunar valve.
  6. Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are called
    arteries.
    veins.
    capillaries.
    All of the above.
  7. The smallest type of blood vessels are
    arteries.
    arterioles.
    venules.
    capillaries.
  8. Blood pressure is highest in the
    arteries.
    arterioles.
    veins.
    capillaries.
  9. Which of the following increase(s) blood pressure?
    increased cardiac rate
    increased peripheral resistance
    increased blood volume
    All of the above.
  10. The pulse is a direct reflection of the
    cardiac output.
    blood pressure.
    venous return.
    heart beat.

Urinary System

  1. The kidneys
    help regulate blood volume.
    help control blood pressure.
    help control pH.
    All of the above are correct.
  2. The location of the kidneys in relationship to the peritoneal lining of the abdominal cavity is referre to as
    retroperitoneal.
    retroabdominal.
    posterior.
    dorsal.
  3. All of the following belong to the urinary system EXCEPT the
    urethra.
    ureter.
    bladder.
    prostate.
  4. The functional unit of the kidney is called a
    glomerulus.
    nephron.
    corpuscle.
    calyx.
  5. Most glucose molecules are reabsorbed in the
    proximal convoluted tubules.
    distal convoluted tubules.
    collecting ducts.
    loop of Henle.
  6. Which of the following substances can be eliminated from the blood by tubular secretions?
    potassium ions
    hydrogen ions
    ammonium ions
    All of the above.
  7. The structure that connects a kidney to the urinary bladder is the
    ureter.
    urethra.
    renal pelvis.
    collecting duct.
  8. Urine is expelled from the urinary bladder by
    excretion.
    defecation.
    micturition.
    filtration.
  9. All the following are principle solutes of urine EXCEPT
    urea.
    creatinine.
    glycogen.
    uric acid.
  10. Which of the following hormones increase reabsorption of water in the collecting ducts?
    renin.
    ADH.
    aldosterone.
    insulin.

Blood

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  1. Which of the following are functions of the blood?
    transportation
    regulation
    protection
    all of the above
  2. The blood volume of an averaged sized male is
    3 to 4 liters.
    4 to 5 liters.
    5 to 6 liters.
    6 to 7 liters.
  3. Which of the following belongs to agranular leukocytes?
    neutrophil
    basophil
    platelet
    monocyte
  4. Which of the following cells do NOT have a nucleus?
    erythrocytes
    granulocytes
    leukocytes
    agranulocytes
  5. The pigment in red blood cells that carries oxygen is
    erythropoietin.
    melatonin.
    hemoglobin.
    urobilinogen.
  6. An increase in the number of white blood cells is called
    anemia.
    leukopenia.
    leukocytosis.
    polycythemia.
  7. Stoppage of bleeding is called
    hemostasis.
    vascular spasm.
    thrombosis.
    coagulation.
  8. Heredity deficiencies of coagulation is referred to as
    anemia.
    hemophilia.
    hemolysis.
    leukemia.
  9. A blood clot transported by the blood stream is a(n)
    platelet plug.
    thrombus.
    embolus.
    thrombin clot.
  10. A person with blood type A has
    B antigens on the red blood cells.
    A antibodies in the plasma.
    A antigens on the red blood cells.
    Rh antigen on the red blood cells.

Ans. Digestive system

  1. spleen
  2. starch
  3. duodenum
  4. pepsin
  5. liver
  6. ileum
  7. cecum
  8. All the chemical reactions of the body
  9. glycogen
  10. amino acids

 

Ans. Respiratory system

  1. internal respiration
  2. alveoli
  3. epiglottis
  4. pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles
  5. alveoli
  6. expiratory reserve volume
  7. tidal volume
  8. diffusion
  9. as oxyhemoglobin
  10. carbon dioxide in the blood

 

Ans. Cardiovascular system

  1. endocardium
  2. left atrium
  3. aortic semilunar valve
  4. cardiac muscle
  5. tricuspid valve
  6. arteries
  7. capillaries
  8. arteries
  9. All of the above
  10. heart beat

 

Ans Urinary system

  1. All of the above are correct
  2. retroperitoneal
  3. prostate
  4. nephron
  5. proximal convoluted tubules
  6. All of the above
  7. ureter
  8. micturition
  9. glycogen
  10. ADH

 

Ans. Blood

  1. all of the above
  2. 5 to 6 liters
  3. monocyte
  4. erythrocytes
  5. hemoglobin
  6. leukocytosis
  7. hemostasis
  8. hemophilia
  9. embolus
  10. A antigens on the red blood cells

 

 

 

 

 

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