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1. Many of the body parts are found in pairs, one in each half of the body except: a.

brain hemispheres b. c. eyes ears

d. lungs

2. The nose is inferior to the forehead a. True b. False c. Up

d. down

3. Breasts are on the anterior surface a. True b. False c. Posterior

d. lateral

4. Anterior means;

a. b. c. d.

above or towards the head below or toward the lower part of the body towards the back of the body towards the front of the body

5. Posterior means;

a) b) c) d)

above or towards the head below or toward the lower part of the body towards the back of the body towards the front of the body

6. Medial means; a. at or nearer to the center plane; or in the inner side of the body b. above or towards the head c. below or toward the lower part of the body

d. towards the back of the body e. towards the front of the body

7. It is away from the center plane of the body

a. Inferior b. Anterior c. Posterior

d. Medial e. Lateral

8. towards the front of the body

a. Inferior b. Anterior c. Posterior

d. Medial e. Lateral

9. Ms. Jean wants to know the location of the latissimusdorsi. a.Anterior thorax c.Posterior thorax b. Posterior thigh d. distal forearm 10. Ms, alvie wants to know the muscles that oppose the movement of the prime movers are called: a. agonists. c. antagonists. b. secondary movers. d. guiding muscles. 11. The cranial and vertebral cavities are also known as which of the following cavities? A .Dorsal b. Central c. Ventral d. Distal

13. Mr. micheal asks tilapia which of the following statements is an accurate description of the muscle? a. Deltoid muscle is long. b. Pectineus is in the anterior thorax superior to the diaphragm. c. clavicle known as collar bone located at the anterior side d. Frontalis is at the back of the head. 12. Anatomical position is described as: except; a) body erect and facing forward b) arms at the above c) palms are facing forward with thumbs on the side d) feet about a hip distance apart with toes pointing forward 12. Anatomical position is described as: except; a) body erect and facing forward b) arms at the side c) palms are facing forward with thumbs on the side d) feet about a hip distance apart with toes pointing sideward

13. a position of the body lying down with face up

a. Supine b. Prone c. Sidelying

d. Recumbent position 14. Various positions used in massage therapy, it is important for massage therapists to recognize and understand the different positions of the client while applying massage

a. To minimize, if not totally prevent or control the possible injury b. To avoid maliciousness c. To keep confidentiality

d. NOTA

15. Skeletal system except; a. spinal cord b. Bones

c. d.

joints cartilage

16. Muscular system except; a. Skeletal b. Heart c. d. smooth cardiac muscle

e. NOTA 17. Integumentary system except; a. Skin b. hair c. nails

d. Testes gland e. oil glands f. sweat glands

18. Circulatory system except; a. Heart b. blood c. blood vessels

d. Vessels 19. Function to Distributes nutrients to the body a) Skeletal system b) Muscular s ystem c) Integumentary system d) Circulatory system 20. Shape and support body framework; protect vital organs a) Skeletal system b) Muscular system c) Integumentary system

d) Circulatory system 21. Function to Regulatory and communicating system a) Circulatory system b) Lymphatic system c) Nervous system d) Respiratory system e) Digestive system 22. Protects the body from disease a) Circulatory system b) Lymphatic system c) Nervous system d) Respiratory system e) Digestive system 23. Eliminates metabolic waste a) Circulatory system b) Lymphatic system c) Nervous system d) Respiratory system e) Digestive system 24. Respiratory system except; a. Upper and lower respiratory tract, b. lungs c. Spleen, d. Alveoli 25. Lymphatic system except; a. thymus b. lymph nodes c. tonsils d. Spleen e. Oil gland 26. Urinary system a) Kidneys b) ureters c) bladder d) urethra e) Lymphs 27. Endocrine system except; a) Glands b) hormones

c) pineal d) ovaries 28. Regulates metabolic except; a) Endocrine system b) Glands c) Hormones d) Ovaries 29. Reproductive system except; a) Testes, b) Kidney c) Ovaries d) AOTA 30. It is strong strips of fibrous connective tissue that hold bones together at joints, thereby stabilizing the skeleton during movement a. Cartilage b. Ligaments c. Joints d. Capsules 31. It is a tough, flexible connective tissue that forms the framework of the ear and nose, links the ribs to the sternum, and covers the ends of bones inside the joints a. Cartilage b. Ligaments c. Joints d. Capsules 32. Skeleton provides a strong, a) internal framework that supports the body b) protection for vital organs c) AOTA d) NOTA 33. MAJOR BONES except; a. Cranium b. Vertebrae c. Extremities d. Phalanges 34. All oxygen poor blood returning from the body empties into this chamber of the heart. a. Right Atrium b. Right Ventricle c. Left Atrium d. Left Ventricle 35.Bones of the upper extremities except; a. Humerus b. Femur c. Patella d. Fibula

36. Bones of the upper extremities except; a. Tibia b. Radius c. metatarsal d. Fibula 37. Bones of the upper extremities except; a. Femur b. Ulna c. clavicle d.Thoracic 38. Bones of the upper extremities except; a. Carpals b. Tarsals c. scapula d. Thoracic 38. Bones of the pectoral girdle except; a. scapulae b. clavicle c. Humerus d. NOTA 39. This is the elongated, slender curved bones of the anterior shoulder known as collarbone a. scapulae b. clavicle c. Humerus d. NOTA 40. It extends laterally from the top of the sternum to the scapula a. Femur b. Ulna c. clavicle d. Thoracic 41. Arlenesclient complains of pain in the lumbar region of the spine, which is located: a. between the hip bone and the tailbone. b. in the upper back between the neck and the ribs. c. in the lower back in the side of the ribs and hip bones. D .at the base of the spine. 42. The vertebrae are any of the 33 bones of the vertebral column, comprising a. 7 cervical b. 12 thoracic c. 5 lumbar d. 3 sacral e. coccygeal vertebrae 43. The medial and longer bone of the forearm. It attaches on the little finger side of the wrist. a. Humerus (2) b. Ulna (2) c. Carpals (16) d. Metacarpals (5x2) 44. The five long bones of the hand. They are slightly concave on the palmar surface a. Radius (2) b. Ulna (2) c. Carpals (16) d. Metacarpals (5x2) 45. The wrist bones. a. Humerus (2) b. Radius (2) c. Ulna (2) d. Carpals (16)

e. Metacarpals (5x2) 46. The shorter and the lateral two bones of the forearm. It attaches on the thumb side of the wrist. a. Humerus (2) b. Radius (2) c. Ulna (2) d. Carpals (16) e. Metacarpals (5x2) 47. Anatomy is to ________ as physiology is to ________. A) function; structure B. Structure, function C structure; mechanis D) structure; metabolism 48. The structure located between the small and large intestine is the: a.,Descending colon c.Ileocecal valve b.Sigmoid Colon d. Cecum 49. It extends from the throat down to the upper abdominal area. a. Sternum b. Vertebrae c. Cervical d. ribs e. Carpal 50. It is a bone found on the midline of the anterior chest wall a. Humerus (2) b. Sternum c. Thoracic d. Carpals (16) e. Metacarpals (5x2) 51. The longest, strongest, and heaviest bone of the body located in the thigh area a. Femur b. Ulna c. clavicle d. Thoracic 52. Three pairs of bones in pelvic girdle except; a. ilium b. ischium c. pubis d. iliun 53. Ms, Glenda wants to know the longest muscle in the body? a.Sartoriusb.Rectusfemoris c. femur d.Tensor fascia latae 53. Which of the following is NOT true of the skeletal system? A.The skeletal system consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments and joints. B.Bones are not necessary for efficient movement. C.The skeletal system has a protective function. D.Hematopoiesis or formation of blood cells goes on within the cavities of the skeleton.

54. Which of the following statements is correct regarding the location of the spleen and stomach: A) both of these organs are located in the left upper quadrant B) both of these organs are located in the right upper quadrant C) the spleen is located in the left upper quadrant and the stomach is located in the right upper quadrant D) the spleen is located in the right upper quadrant and the stomach is located in the left upper quadrant 54. A section that divides the body on the longitudinal plane into equal right and left parts is called: A) sagittal/(midsagittal) B) frontal C) transverse D) oblique

55. Which body system is most closely associated with transport and delivery? A.CardiovascularB.Nervous C.ReproductiveD.Respiratory 56. Which of these regions are NOT associated with the ventral (anterior) portion of the head: A) buccal B) oral C) orbital D) occiptal 57. It is a main flexor of the elbow joint. a. Deltoid muscle b. Brachialis c. Biceps d. NOTA 58. These are the muscles of the hand a. Thenar muscle b. Tendon c. Biceps d. Triceps 59. Which of the following is NOT true of a sagittal plane? A.A sagittal section is a cut made along the lengthwise, or longitudinal, plane of the body dividing the body into right and left parts. B.A sagittal section divides the body into anterior and posterior parts. C.A midsagittal plane divides the body into equal right and left parts. D. median plane is another name for the midsagittal plane 60. The anatomical position is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT: A.Body erect B.Palms turned posteriorly C.Arms at sides D.Thumbs pointed laterally 61. The cheeks are ____ to the tongue A.proximalB.lateralC.medialD.inferior 62. Which of these regions are associated with the parts of the arm: A) femoral, popliteal, patellar B) brachial, antecubital, carpal C) nasal, oral, occipital D) acromial, sacral, gluteal 63. This is the big muscle group of the lower leg a. Gastrocnemus b. Gasoline c. Gastrocnemius d. Gluteals 64. This muscle group originates along the whole length of the iliac crest of the pelvis and the anterior superior spine.This is the muscle of lower back. a. Gastrocnemus b. Gas c. Gastrocnemius d. Gluteals 65.The Lungs and heart are in the __________ body cavity. A) dorsal B) medial; C) thoracic D) cranial 66. It is important because it is often the first muscle to decompose. a. rectusfemoris b. Sartorius c. Gastrocnemius d. Gluteals 67. the dorsal body cavity houses the: A) urinary and reproductive organs B) heart and lungs C) Digestive and reproductive organs D.spinal cord and brain

68. Muscle that occurs mainly in the walls of hollow organs where it controls, for example, the movement of food along the small intestine, or the diameter of a blood vessel a. Cardiac muscle b. Biceps muscle c. Smooth muscle d. skeletal muscle 69. Its fibers do not require stimulation to contract; they do so automatically, regularly, and without fatiguing, for a lifetime a. Cardiac muscle b. Biceps muscle c. Smooth muscle d. skeletal muscle 70. Function to increase or decrease the rate set by the pacemaker in order to meet the human bodys changing demands. a. ANS b. CNS c. PNS d. FNS 71. Voluntary muscles except; a. Cardiac muscle b. Biceps muscle c. Smooth muscle d. skeletal muscle 72. Involuntary muscles except; a. Cardiac muscle b. heart muscle c. Smooth muscle d. skeletal muscle 73. Function of the skin except; a. As a physical barrier b. Stops water from leaking out of or into the tissues; allows the entry of bacteria and other disease-causing microorganisms c. filters out the harmful and potentially carcinogenic ultraviolet (UV) radiation in sunlight; and repairs itself if cut or torn. d. Skin also helps maintain the bodys temperature at a constant 37C 74. largest organ of the body a. Liver b. lymphatic C. sartorius d. skin 75. Its uppermost layer consists of dead, flattened cells, packed with keratin (a tough, waterproof protein) a. Epidermis b. Dermis c. Subcutaneous d. Sweat glands 76. Produce the brown pigment melanin, which gives skin its colour and forms a protective screen which absorbs harmful UV rays. a. melanocytes b. keratonocytes c. glands d. Fats 77. People with darker skin produce more keratin. a. True b. False 78. A tough, waterproof protein. It contains in the epidermis a. melanin b. keratin c. glands d. Fats

79. A network of collagen and elastin fibers gives this connective tissue, respectively, strength and elasticity. Lower, thicker part of the skin a. Epidermis b. Dermis c. Subcutaneous d. Sweat glands 80. It is a lower, thicker part of the skin a. Epidermis b. Dermis c. Subcutaneous d. Sweat glands 81. It helps keep the skin and hairs soft, flexible, and waterproof. a. Melanin b. Keratin c. Sebum d. Glands 82. It release watery sweat onto the surface of the skin in warm conditions, from where it evaporates to cool the body a. Oil glands b. Keratin c. Sebum d. Sweat Glands 83. Cells beneath the dermis help insulate the body a. Oil glands b. Adipose tissue (Fats) c. Sudoriferous glands d. Sweat Glands 84. In skin capillaries give living skin a healthy reddish color which is lost at death a. Red blood cells b. White blood cells c. platelets d. hematuria 85. It contains blood vessels that play a part in temperature regulation; sensory nerve endings and receptors that hair follicles from which hairs grow a. Epidermis b. Dermis c. Subcutaneous d. Sweat glands 86. Dermis components except a. Keratin b. Blood vessels c. Sensory nerve endings and receptors d. Sebaceous glands e. Sweat glands 87. Dermis components except a. Adipose cells b. Blood vessels c. Melanin d. Sebaceous glands e. Sweat glands 88. It plays a vital role in maintaining homeostasis by controlling the concentration and composition of tissue fluid, by supplying cells with essential materials and removing their wastes, by helping to keep the body warm, and by protecting the body against attack by pathogens. a. Lymphatic system b. Endocrine system c. circulatory system d. Skeletal system 89. It consists of the blood vessels and the blood that is pumped along them by the heart a. Lymphatic system

b. Endocrine system c. circulatory system d. Skeletal system 90. It is the fluid of growth, transporting nourishment from digestion and hormones from glands throughout the body a. Blood b. lymph c. vessels d. glands 91. It is a concave disk, microscopic in size (about 7 micrometers in diameter), and contains hemoglobin. a. Red blood cells b. leukocytes c. platelets d. WBC 92. In describing the relationship of the thoracic and spinal cavities: A) the thoracic cavity is superior to the spinal cavity B) the thoracic cavity is inferior to the spinal cavity C) the thoracic cavity is proximal to the spinal cavity D) the thoracic cavity is medial to the spinal cavity 93. It deals with foreign materials, such as disease organisms that get into the body. a. Red blood cells b. White blood cells c. platelets d. RBC 94. Smallest of the cells in the blood a. Red blood cells b. White blood cells c. platelets d. RBC 95. It is a disk-shaped and have no hemoglobin. a. Red blood cells b. White blood cells c. Thrombocytes d. RBC 96. They are needed for blood clotting excepts ; a. Platelets b. White blood cells c. Thrombocytes d. NOTA 97. Watery, colorless fluid in lymph and blood in which the white and red blood cells and platelets are contained. a. Plasma b. White blood cells c. Thrombocytes d. NOTA 98. Plasma proteins components excepts; a. water b. electrolytes c. proteins d. sugar (glucose), fats, bile coloring (bilirubin), and gases e. Blood 99. In describing the relationship between the patellar and popliteal regions: A) the patellar region is superior to the popliteal region B) the patellar region is proximal to the popliteal region C) The patellar region is distal to the popliteal region D) the patellar region is anterior to the popliteal region 100. Which of the following regional terms means the anterior surface of the elbow: A) calcaneal region b) gluteal region c) vertebral region d) antecubital region

101. Jenna fell while ice skating and broke a bone in her carpal region. Where is this region? A) hip B)lower leg C)wrist D) shoulder 102. Arteries carry blood away from the heart. a. Veins b. Blood vessels c. Arteries d. Heart 103. Transport blood that has low oxygen content from the right ventricle to the lungs. a. Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Heart 104. Transport oxygenated blood from the left ventricle to the body tissues. a. Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Capillaries 105. The smallest and most numerous of the blood vessels a. Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Capillaries 106. Function to exchange of materials between the blood and tissue cells. a. Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Capillaries 107. It carries blood toward the heart a. Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Capillaries 108. It transports blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart. a. Pulmonary Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Systemic Veins 109. The muscular system consists of the: A) skeletal muscles ,smooth and lymphatic B) muscles of the heart ,smooth and skeletal C) muscles in the walls of hollow organs D) Skeletal muscles and the muscles of the heart 110. It transports blood from the body tissue to the right atrium of the heart a. Pulmonary Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Systemic Veins 111. This blood has reduced oxygen content because the oxygen has been used for metabolic activities in the tissue cells a. Pulmonary Veins b. Systemic arteries c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Systemic Veins 112. Which of the following orientation terms have opposite meanings (in humans): A) superficial and proximal B) distal and proximal C) medial and distal D) medial and anterior 113. It prevents the backflow of blood in response to the pull of gravity.

a. Veins b. Arteries c. Venous valves d. Systemic arteries 114. The system that controls and coordinates the body through hormones is the: A) integumentary system B) skeletal system C) nervous system D) endocrine system 115. It is considered Normal blood pressure a) 70/40 ~ 90/60 b) Over 90/60 ~ 120/80 c) Over 120/80 ~ 140/90 d) Over 140/90 ~ 190/100 116. The system that takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide to the exterior is the: A) respiratory system B) cardiovascular system C) reproductive system D) muscular system 117. Elimination of metabolic wastes from the body is the function of the: A) digestive system B) urinary system C) respiratory system D) digestive and urinary systems 118. Study of the function of the body and body parts is called: A) Anatomy B) physiology C) homeostasisD) negative feedback 119. Its shaped and sized roughly like a man's closed fist with two-thirds of the mass to the left of midline. a. Lungs b. Pancreas c. Pulmonary Arteries d. Heart 120. The heart lies except; a. thorax behind the sternum and b. in front of the descending aorta and esophagus c. It rests on the central ligament of the diaphragm muscle D. NOTA 121. The lymphatic system: A) responds to internal and external changes by activating appropriate muscles and glands B) picks up fluid leaked from blood vessels and returns it to the blood C) synthesizes vitamin D d.) secretes hormones that regulate processes such as growth, reproduction, and nutrient use (metabolism) by body cells 122. Which of the following is the correct sequence, going from simplest to most complex, in the levels of structural organization of the human body: A) Chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, organ system level, organismal level B) chemical level, tissue level, cellular level, human level system level, organ level, organismal level C)cellular level, chemical level, tissue level, organ level, organ system level, human body level D) cellular level, tissue level,, organ level, system level, human body level 123. Ms, melody asks leebag curiously to name all of the tarsals in the foot: A. Cuboid, navicular, lateral cuneiform, middle cuneiform, medial cuneiform. B. Cuboid, navicular, cuneiform, middle cuneiform, medial cuneiform. C. Cuboid, triquetrum, lunate, scaphoid, medial cuneiform, lateral cuneiform. D. Pisiform, triquetrum, lunate, scaphoid, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate. 124. It acting alone, produces a constant rhythmic heart rate a) AV nodes b) CV nodes

c) SA nodes d) Purkinje fibers 125. It increase or decrease the heart rate to adjust cardiac output to meet the changing needs of the body a) AV nodes b) CV nodes c) SA nodes d) Purkinje fibers 126. Most changes in the heart rate are mediated through the cardiac center a) cerebrum b) Cerebellum c) Medulla oblongata d) Pineal 127. Ms Rowena identifies which of these is found in the dorsal body cavity? A .Liver b. Brain c .Kidneys d. Heart 128. HEART RATE of 0 -1 y/o a) 100 - 160 b) 60 - 140 c) 60 - 100 d) 40 60 129. HEART RATE of 10+ - adults a) 100 - 160 b) 60 - 140 c) 60 - 100 d) 40 60 130. HEART RATE of Athletes a) 100 - 160 b) 60 - 140 c) 60 - 100 d) 40 60 131. Ms, Jocelyn asks kholangut about muscle responsible for facial expression a. Frontalis b .Orbicularisoculi c .Larisoculi d zygomaticus 132. The first branches of arch of aorta a) Arteries b) Brachiocephalic arteries c) Arch of Aorta d) Veins

133. The _______ is the body's slow-acting control system and acts by means of _______. a. Endocrine system; hormones b. muscular system; contraction c. nervous system; hormones d. all of the above 134.Floricar discuss transverse plane divides the body into _______ segments. a.equal right and left b.unequal right and left c.anterior and posterior d.superior and inferior 135. It transports oxygen through hemoglobin a. RBC b. WBC c. Erythrocytes d. A and C are correct e. AOTA 136. mary jean wants to identify Which body system is most closely associated with the slow (long term) control of bodily activities? a.Endocrine b.Integumentary c. LymphaticNervousd.Reproductive 137. It carries deoxygenated blood from the rest of the body to the heart a) Inferior venae cava b) Brachiocephalic arteries c) Arch of Aorta d) Veins 138. The lymphatic system collects this fluid are called a) RBC b) Bilirubin c) Glucose d) Lymph 139. Thin-walled vessels in close contact with most tissues a) RBC b) Blood vessels c) Cargo vessel d) Lymphatic vessel 140. These are swellings in the lymphatic system where lymph is filtered and cleansed of bacteria and waste products from the cells a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 141. These are small masses of lymphoid tissue on either side of the pharynx a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen

c) Thymus d) Tonsils 142. It lies at the top of the thorax, partly over the heart and the lungs. It is important in the newborn as it controls the development of the spleen and the lymph nodes. a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 143. It removes worn out red cells, bacteria and cell fragments from the blood a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 144. Largest organ in the lymphatic system a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 145. Function to generates t-cells lymphocytes a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 146. It provides protection against pathogens that enters body though mouth or nose a) Lymph nodes b) Spleen c) Thymus d) Tonsils 147. It is major controlling, regulatory, and communicating system in the body a. Lymphatic system b. Circulatory system c. Nervous system d. Muscular system 148. It receives sensory information process it and sends out motor signals in response a. Heart b. Lungs c. Brain d. Liver 149. It is inside the skull or the cranium and seat of intelligence

a. Heart b. Brain c. Pancreas d. Liver 150. This is a very large bundle of nerve fibers found within the vertebral column a) Brain b) Spinal cord c) Peripheral nerves d) Cerebrum 151. It extends from the foramen magnum at the base of the skull to the upper part of the lumbar region. a) Brain b) Spinal cord c) Peripheral nerves d) Cerebrum 152. Connects the CNS to the with the skin and muscle a) Cardiovascular system b) Autonomic system c) Somatic system d) Lymphatic system 153. Connects the CNS to the viscera and controls unconscious or involuntary activities such as the heart beat, breathing, digestion, and response to danger. a) Cardiovascular system b) Autonomic system c) Somatic system d) Lymphatic system 154. Function to removes carbon dioxide which would poison the body if allowed to accumulate and expels it from the body into the atmosphere. a) Respiratory system b) Autonomic system c) Somatic system d) Lymphatic system 155. The respiratory system consists of except; a) Lungs b) Nose c) Pharynx d) Larynx e) Esophagus

156. Area at the back of the throat that serves both the digestive and respiratory systems a) Lungs b) Nose c) Pharynx d) Larynx e) Esophagus 157. It descends from the pharynx to the level of the lungs where it branches to the left and right bronchi. a) Trachea b) Nose c) Pharynx d) Larynx e) Esophagus 158. The functional unit of the lung a) Lungs b) Alveoli c) Pharynx d) Larynx 159. It is a tiny sacs attached to the ends of smallest bronchioles and in cased in capillaries a) Lungs b) Alveoli c) Pharynx d) Larynx 160. The respiratory system consists of except; a) Bronchi b) Trachea c) Pharynx d) Larynx e) Mouth 161. Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function are called: A.tissues. B.epithelium. C.connectiveD. nervous tissue. 162. Evangeline explains A group of organs working together for a common purpose form a(n):? a.organ .b.organism. c.organelle. d.organ system. 163. It is the breaking down of complex nutrients into simple substances that can be absorbed by the body. a) Respiratory system

b) Metabolism c) Digestive System d) Urinary system 164. ms, betty is correct that . The anatomical term meaning close to the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk is: a.distal. b.inferior.c.lateral. d.medial 165. The initial mechanical breakdown of food takes place by; a) Peristalsis b) swallowing c) chewing d) Grinding e) AOTA 166.A group of tissues working together for a specific function form a(n): a.organ. b.organism. c.organoid. d.organ system. 167.Belinda wants to answer the correct statement about the functions of the integumentary system except: a.Synthesizes Vitamin D b.Aids in excretion of urea and uric acid c.Aids in body heat-loss or heat-retention d.Reduces friction on the subcutaneous layer 168. It is a vital role in maintaining mineral and acidity levels in the blood. a) Urethra b) Urether c) Kidney d) Ureter e) AOTA 169. Ms, Noreen is correct that the structure that carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs is: a.,Pulmonary arteries b.Pulmonary veins c.Abdominal aorta d.Inferior venaecavae 170. True statement about the functuion of muscular system except. A. Stabilizing body position B. Regulating organ volume C. Moving substances outside the body D. Producing heat 171. Pituitary hormone regulates a) metabolism b) growth, c) sexual development d) AOTA 172. These are four glands that lie posterior to the thyroid and are important in control of calcium metabolism.

a) Thyroid gland b) Parathyroid gland c) Thymus d) Pancreas 173. Catherine is correct that hormone is released in response to contraction of the uterus and milk production is? a.Oxytocinb.Aldosterone c.Endorphins d.Androgens 174.Ms, maritess asks Marialuna What valve does the blood flow, from the right atrium to the right ventricle? a.Right ventricle. b.Bicuspid valve c.Tricuspid valve d.Papillary valve 175. The major endocrine glands are the except: a) Thyroid b) Parathyroid c) Ovaries d) Thymus e) AOTA

176. ENDOCRINE except; a) Do not have ducts to carry hormones b) Hormones released outside of the body c) Do not have sub-classifications d) Response is faster as it travels directly into the bloodstream e) Transmission duration is shorter as hormones no longer passes through the kidney 177. ENDOCRINE except; a) Do not have ducts to carry hormones b) Hormones released inside of the body c) Do not have sub-classifications d) Response is faster as it travels directly into the bloodstream e) Transmission duration is longer as hormones no longer passes through the kidney 178. The endocrine system releases chemicals known as the hormones that are carried by the blood and regulate the metabolic activities of cells thereby controlling processes such as growth, metabolism, and reproduction; the nervous system works more slowly and has longer lasting effects a) True b) False 179. The medulla produces the adrenalin (epinephrine) and noradrenalin (norepinephrine), which stop activating the sympathetic nervous system

a) True b) False 180. EXOCRINE except; a) Have ducts to carry hormones b) Hormones released outside of the body c) Have no sub-classifications d) Response is slower due travels through the blood then released outside e) Transmission duration prolonged as hormones passes through the kidney to filter blood 181. EXOCRINE except; a) Have ducts to carry hormones b) Hormones released inside of the body c) Have sub-classifications d) Response is slower due travels through the blood then released outside e) Transmission duration prolonged as hormones passes through the kidney to filter blood 182. An accessory gland and secretion plus spermatozoa produce semen. a) Testes b) Penis c) Ovaries d) Prostrate 183. The male copulatory organ a) Testes b) Penis c) Ovaries d) Prostrate 184. Passage way of spermatozoa from the testes to the prostate. a) Vas deferens b) Testes c) Penis d) Ovaries e) Prostrate 185. Fertilization usually takes place a) Testes b) Oviduct c) Ovaries

d) Prostrate 186. Analiza is correct that the endocrine system contains? A.Pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid glands B .Lymph nodes and lymph vessels c. Skin, hair, and sweat glands d. Gonads and genitals 187. It influences the rate of body metabolism a) Pituitary gland b) Thyroid gland c) Parathyroid gland d) Thymus e) Pancreas 188. Estrell asks Edwin How many pairs of nerves branch off of the spine? a.31 b.36 c. 32d.26 189. What are the superior bones of the skull? A.Sphenoid bones b.Temporal bones c.Ethmoid bones d.Parietal bones 190. Ms. Emily wants to identify the correct location of an organIn the upper-left quadrant? A. Liver and gallbladder b. Spleen b.Liver and spleen d.Stomach and gall bladder 191. The organ of urinary system except; a) Uterus b) Urether c) Urinary bladder d) Urethra 192. In digestive system, it functions to exit the waste products. a. Skin b. Anus c. Urethra d. Kidney 193. It detoxifies drugs and alcohol a. Anus b. Liver c. Pancreas d. Large intestine 194. Food further processed and ends up as feces a. Anus b. Liver c. Pancreas d. Large intestine 195. It serves as passage of food a. Anus b. Liver c. Large intestine d. Esophagus 196. Produces the digestive enzyme a. Anus b. Liver

c. Pancreas d. Large intestine 197. It serves as reservoir of bile a. Gall bladder b. Bladder c. Pancreas d. Large intestine 198. The kidneys are carrying out two major functions: first, excretion of unwanted and potentially poisonous metabolic wastes produced by cells and second, regulation or removal of excess water and salts such as except a. sodium b. potassium salts c. AOTA d. NOTA 199. Kidneys play a vital role in homeostasis by processing the blood to produce a waste fluid of about 1 ml per minute called a. Feces b. Metabolic waste c. Urine d. Bile 200. It carries deoxygenated blood from the rest of the body to the heart a. Inferior vena cavae b. Superior vena cavae c. AOTA d. NOTA

Prepared by: Arnel Reblora BSN, LMT, Assessor/trainer