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Question 1. 1.

You have just found out that your closest friend has been diagnosed with AIDS. What of the following statements #1-3 are true as prevention from contracting the disease from your friend?

You must have no contact with your friend.

(Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 2. 2. You can still hug your friend. (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 3. 3. If you and your friend have the same blood type, you can still receive a transfusion from your friend. (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 4. 4. What returns excess fluid from the body tissues to the circulatory system and filters out bacteria? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. lymphatic system
[removed] B. lymph
[removed] C. acquired immunity
[removed] D. natural immunity

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Question 5. 5. The born-with ability of our body to resist disease is called ________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. lymphatic system
[removed] B. lymph
[removed] C. acquired immunity
[removed] D. natural immunity

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Question 6. 6. The lymphatic system is part of your immune system? (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 7. 7. Tube of the lymphatic system that drains left upper body and total lower body into the left subclavian vein. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Right lymphatic duct
[removed] B. Lymphatic Veins
[removed] C. Lymphatic vessels
[removed] D. Thoracic Duct

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Question 8. 8. Tubes of the lymphatic system that transport excess tissue fluid back into the circulatory system. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Right lymphatic duct
[removed] B. lymphatic veins
[removed] C. lymphatic vessels
[removed] D. thoractic duct

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Question 9. 9. What gives “resonance” to the voice? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. vocal cords
[removed] B. larynx
[removed] C. sinuses
[removed] D. androgen

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Question 10. 10. Difficult breathing is known as: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. dyspnea
[removed] B. eupnea
[removed] C. apnea
[removed] D. orthopnea

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Question 11. 11. The principal function of internal respiration is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. exchange of gases in the alveoli and capillaries
[removed] B. exchange of gases in the blood, cells and lymph
[removed] C. exchange of gases during cellular chemical reactions
[removed] D. none of the above

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Question 12. 12. The lowest part of the pharynx is called the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. nasopharynx
[removed] B. oropharynx
[removed] C. laryngopharynx
[removed] D. Eqyptian sphinx

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Question 13. 13. The double layered membrane covering the lungs is called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. pleura
[removed] B. peritoneum
[removed] C. phlegm
[removed] D. pericardium

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Question 14. 14. Which of the following is correct concerning thoracic volume and air pressure in the lungs? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. As volume decreases, pressure decreases.
[removed] B. As volume decreases, pressure remains constant.
[removed] C. As volume increases, pressure increases.
[removed] D. As volume increase, pressure decreases.
[removed] E. As volume increse, pressure remains consistent.

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Question 15. 15. What allows for normal exhalation? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. diaphragm contraction and external intercostal contraction
[removed] B. diaphragm contraction and elastic recoil
[removed] C. diaphragm contraction and external intercostal relaxation
[removed] D. diaphragm relaxation and external intercostal contraction
[removed] E. diaphragm relaxation and elastic fiber recoil

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Question 16. 16. Normal respiration rate (breaths per minute) for an adult is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. 40 -60
[removed] B. 20 -26
[removed] C. 14 – 20
[removed] D. 10 – 14

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Question 17. 17. Which of the following is NOT considered COPD? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. pneumonia
[removed] B. recurrent bronchitis
[removed] C. emphysema

C. emphysema
[removed] D. none of the above

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Question 18. 18. The amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs with one breath is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. spirometer
[removed] B. tidal volume
[removed] C. inspiratory reserve volume
[removed] D. expiratory reserve volume

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Question 19. 19. Our respiratory center is located in the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Phrenic nerve
[removed] B. Vagus nerve
[removed] C. Medulla Oblongata
[removed] D. Herring Breuer Reflex area

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Question 20. 20. Which is not associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. crib death
[removed] B. infant stops breathing while sleeping
[removed] C. occurs between 1 week and 1 year
[removed] D. parents are to blame for this

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Question 21. 21. The colon is also known as the _______________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. esophagus
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. rectum
[removed] D. large intestine

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Question 22. 22. The lower sphincter of the stomach (which empties the stomach) is called the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. cardiac
[removed] B. pyloric
[removed] C. ileocecal
[removed] D. sigmoid

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Question 23. 23. ________ are a collection of crystallized cholesterol that may block the bile duct. These cause excruciating pain, and most often occur after a high fat meal. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. kidney stones
[removed] B. gallstones
[removed] C. cholecystitis
[removed] D. heart attack

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Question 24. 24. Chief functions of the digestive system might best be described as: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. catabolism, absorption and elimination
[removed] B. anabolism, ingestion and elimination
[removed] C. catabolism and ingestion
[removed] D. anabolism and defecation

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Question 25. 25. Ingested food mixed with gastric juices is called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bolus
[removed] B. rugae
[removed] C. chyme
[removed] D. feces

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Question 26. 26. Which is not part of the small intestine? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. ileum
[removed] B. ilium
[removed] C. jejunum
[removed] D. duodenum

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Question 27. 27. Protein is digested or broken down into __________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. glucose
[removed] B. fatty acids
[removed] C. amino acids
[removed] D. glycerol

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Question 28. 28.

Another name for the alimentary canal is the:

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. respiratory system
[removed] B. elementary system
[removed] C. genitourinary (GU) tract
[removed] D. gastonintestinal (GI) tract

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Question 29. 29. The first set of teeth you had were called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. temporary
[removed] B. deciduous
[removed] C. conspicuous
[removed] D. permanent

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Question 30. 30. The gall bladder and pancreas send secretions to this part of the small intestine. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. ilium
[removed] B. ileum
[removed] C. jejunum
[removed] D. duodenum

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Question 31. 31. The tube connecting the middle ear and the nasopharynx. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. trachea
[removed] B. bronchi
[removed] C. eustachian tube
[removed] D. oropharynx

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Question 32. 32.

Site of gas exchange (external respiration) within the lung.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchi
[removed] B. alveoli
[removed] C. bronchioles
[removed] D. laryngopharynx

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Question 33. 33. Space containing cilia, conchae and mucous membranes, which warm and filter out air. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. nasopharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. nasal cavity
[removed] D. alveolar ducts

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Question 34. 34. Structure preventing food from entering the trachea. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. epiglottis
[removed] B. eustachian tube
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. layngopharynx

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Question 35. 35.

Cartilaginous structure containing the vocal cords.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. laryngopharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. oropharynx

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Question 36. 36. Shared passageway for air and food. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. oropharynx
[removed] B. nasopharynx
[removed] C. trachea
[removed] D. larynx

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Question 37. 37. First tubes entering the lungs. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. alveolar ducts
[removed] B. bronchioles
[removed] C. bronchi
[removed] d. eustachian

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Question 38. 38. Tube with c-shaped cartilage throughout that branches into bronchi. (Points : 1)

[removed] a. bronchioles
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. alveolar ducts

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Question 39. 39. If you swallow water and choke on it, _________ has failed to properly function. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. larynx
[removed] B. bronchi
[removed] C. oropharynx
[removed] D. epiglottis

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Question 40. 40. This organ stores and concentrates bile. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. liver
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. gall bladder
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 41. 41.

Besides producting bile, this organ detoxifies drugs and alcohol.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. stomach
[removed] B. liver
[removed] C. gall bladder
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 42. 42. This organ contains chief, parietal and goblet cells. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. stomach
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. large intestine
[removed] D. parotid gland

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Question 43. 43. This organ contains a sphincter whose malfunction can lead to heartburn. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. small intestine
[removed] B. large intestine
[removed] C. stomach
[removed] D. trachea

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Question 44. 44. This is the major site of absorption of digested carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins as well as vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. large intestine
[removed] B. stomach
[removed] C. oral cavity
[removed] D. small intestine

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Question 45. 45. Largest exocrine organ/gland in the body. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. liver
[removed] B. salivary
[removed] C. parotid
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 46. 46.

This gland contains cells which produce salivary amylase.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. pancreas
[removed] B. parotid gland
[removed] C. stomach
[removed] D. gall bladder

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Question 47. 47. Functions of this organ include water absorption and Vitamin K synthesis. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. small intestine
[removed] B. liver
[removed] C. large intestine
[removed] D. stomach

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Question 48. 48. This organ uses peristaltic contractions to move a bolus. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. parotid gland
[removed] B. esophagus
[removed] C. small intestine
[removed] D. large intestine

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Question 49. 49. The site where lung tissue and capillaries enmesh to efficiently transfer oxygen and carbon dioxide. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchi
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. bronchioles
[removed] D. alveolar sacs

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Question 50. 50. This structure bifurcates (splits) to send air to the right and left lungs. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchioles
[removed] B. eustachian tube
[removed] C. bronchi
[removed] D. trachea

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Question 51. 51. This structure contains the vocal cords. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. oropharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. nasopharynx

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