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Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology Review Series 1

This is a review of the basics of human anatomy and physiology 1
i'll post more soon..

1. The structural and functional unit of life is:
a. A cell

b. An organ
c. The organism
d. A molecule

2. Homeostasis in the human body is controlled primarily by which two organ systems?
a. Cardiovascular and integumentary
b. skeletal and endocrine

c. Nervous and endocrine
d. cardiovascular and respiratory

3. Which of the following organ systems is matched most accurately to the “life function” it provides?
a. Integumentary --- movement
b. Nervous system --- excretion

c. muscular system --- maintaining boundaries
d. nervous system --- responsiveness

4. If you were to assume the anatomical position, you would:
a. Lie face down
b. Lie flat on your back with the palms of your hands flat on the floor
c. Stand erect with the palms of your hands facing forward
d. Stand erect with the palms of your hands cupped toward your thighs


5. The term “sagittal section of the brain” means that the brain was cut:
a. Across horizontally
b. Into anterior and posterior parts

c. into right and left part
d. on the diagonal

6. The primary lipids found in the plasma membrane are:
a. Phospholipids and cholesterol

b. Neutral lipids
c. Fat soluble and water soluble vitamins
d. Cholesterol and neutral lipids

7. A person drinks 6 bottles ob beer and has to make several trips to the bathroom. This increase in urination reflects an increase in what membrane transport process occurring in the kidneys?
a. Dialysis

b. filtration
c. Active transport
d. Osmosis

8. Microvilli are likely to be found in cells specialized for:
a. Contraction

b. Protection
c. Absorption
d. Insulation

9. The process in which fairly large particles are engulfed and brought into the cell is:
a. Pinocytosis

b. Phagocytosis
c. Diffusion
d. Cell drinking

10. Which of the following organelles consume oxygen?
a. Peroxisomes and mitochodria
b. Lysosomes and ribosomes

c. Lysosomes and peroxisomes
d. Mitochondria and rough ER

11. The most external skin region is composed of:
a. Simple columnar epithelium

b. Stratified squamous epithelium
c. Areolar connective tissue
d. Dense fibrous connective tissue

12. Which of the following is/are found in the dermis?
a. Melanocytes
b. Keratin

c. Stratum corneum
d. Pain and touch receptors

13. When the body temperature rises, which of the following takes place?
a. Eccrine glands become active
b. Arrector pili muscles contract

c. Pacinian corpuscles are stimulated
d. Blood is prevented from the reaching the skin

14. Lymphoma just burned herself on a hot pot. A blister forms and the burn is painful. Lymphoma’s burn is most likely a:
a. First-degree burn

b. Second-degree burn
c. Third-degree burn
d. Fourth-degree burn

15. The membrane lining of body cavities open to the exterior is:
a. A mucosa

b. A serosa
c. The cutaneous membrane
d. A joint

16. A bone that has essentially the same width, length and height is most likely:
a. A long bone

b. A short bone
c. An irregular bone
d. A flat bone

17. Sites of hematopoiesis include all, but:
a. Red marrow cavities of spongy bone
b. The diploe of flat bones

c. Cavities in bones of infants
d. Yellow marrow cavities in bones of an adult

18. The process of ossification in long bones includes:
a. Production of new bone matrix by osteoclasts
b. Breakdown of hyaline cartilage
c. Initial formation of bone matrix, with later replacement by cartilage
d. Destruction of epiphyseal plates shortly after birth


19. What kind of tissue is the forerunner of long bones in the embryo?
a. Elastic connective tissue

b. Dense fibrous connective tissue
c. Hyaline cartilage
d. Fibrocartilage

20. The only bone in the skull without any articulation is the:
a. Vomer

b. Nasal
c. Hyoid
d. Mandible

i'll post the answers soon
goodluck
/brewed

thanks for the questions......can you post the answers and rationale

Yeah, the answers would really be helpful, asap. thanks so much! =)

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