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1) Which of the following terms describes the body's ability to maintain its normal state?  (A) Anabolism (B) Catabolism (C) Tolerance (D) Homeostasis (E) Metabolism 2) Each of the following is known to help prevent infection EXCEPT  (A) hair in the nose (B) mucous membranes (C) osteoblasts (D) saliva (E) tears 3) Each of the following mature cells has a nucleus EXCEPT  (A) lymphocyte (B) monocyte (C) erythrocyte (D) basophil (E) neutrophil 4) Which of the following is flexible connective tissue that is attached to bones at the joints?  (A) Adipose (B) Cartilage (C) Epithelial (D) Muscle (E) Nerve 5) Each of the following is located in the mediastinum EXCEPT the  (A) aorta (B) esophagus (C) heart (D) pancreas (E) trachea 6) Which of the following is the body cavity that contains the pituitary gland? 
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(A) Abdominal (B) Cranial (C) Pleural (D) Spinal (E) Thoracic 7) Which of the following closes and seals off the lower airway during swallowing?  (A) Alveoli (B) Epiglottis (C) Larynx (D) Uvula (E) Vocal cords 8) Which of the following is located beneath the diaphragm in the right upper quadrant of the abdominal cavity?  (A) Appendix (B) Kidney (C) Liver (D) Spleen (E) Stomach 9) Which of the following anatomical regions of abdomen lies just distal to the sternum?  (A) Epigastric (B) Hypochondriac (C) Hypogastric (D) Lumbar (E) Umbilical 10) Which of the following cavities are separated by the diaphragm?  (A) Abdominal and pelvic (B) Cranial and spinal (C) Dorsal and ventral (D) Pericardial and pleural (E) Thoracic and abdominal 11) Which of the following terms describes the motion of bending the forearm toward the body?  (A) Abduction (B) Eversion (C) Flexion
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(D) Pronation (E) Supination 12) In which of the following positions does a patient lie face down?  (A) Dorsal (B) Erect (C) Lateral (D) Prone (E) Supine 13) If the foot is abducted, it is moved in which direction?  (A) Inward (B) Outward (C) Upward (D) Downward 14) The anatomic location of the spinal canal is  (A) caudal (B) dorsal (C) frontal (D) transverse (E) ventral 15) Which of the following is a structural, fibrous protein found in the dermis? 
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course BIOLOGY 109 taught by Professor England during the Spring '12 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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