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present, their body will make antibodies to this foreign substance and complications will occur. This is especially true in pregnancy situations where the mother is Rh- and the baby she is carrying is Rh+. 2. Which blood type is considered the universal donor? a. O- i. O- blood lacks both A and B antigens and the Rh factor, making it the only blood type that can donate to everyone. ii. Note the correct use of the terms antibody and antigen : iii. O- is the best donor because it does not have A, B or Rh antigens . iv. AB+ is the universal receiver because it does not have A, B or Rh antibodies . 3. What is the only artery in the body to carry oxygen-poor blood? a. Pulmonary artery 4. Chocolate cysts of the ovaries are attributed to ____ . a. Endommetriosis i. Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue from the uterus (endometrium) grows in other parts of the body, such as the ovaries or bowel. If a woman has endometrial tissue in her ovary, the tissue bleeds and builds up over time, and as the blood ages it turns brown, hence the term “chocolate cyst.” 5. Which is not true of synovial joints? a. They are found in the intervertebral discs of the spinal column i. Instead of a synovial joint, the intervertebral discs of the spinal column form a fibrocartilaginous joint, which allows slight movement of the vertebrae of the spine. 6. Ligaments connect ____ . a. Bone to bone and tendons connect muscle to bone
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7. What is the longest muscle in the human body? a. Sartorius i. Anterior thigh 8. Which is not true of epithelial tissue a. It is vascular i. Epithelial tissue is avascular, meaning it lacks blood vessels ii. It helps form certain glands iii. Lines cavities iv. Rests on a basement membrane 9. Which is not produced by an exocrine gland a. Adrenaline i. Milk is produced ii. Saliva is produced iii. Digestive enzymes are produces 10. Imaginary line that separates the body into superior and inferior regeions is a. Transverse plane i. The transverse (horizontal) plane separates the body into superior (upper) and inferior (lower) parts. The sagittal, or vertical, plane separates the body into left and right halves, and the coronal plane separates the body into dorsal and ventral (back and front) sections. 11. Poly sphincter is located between a. The stomach and small intestine i. Permits food to pass from the stomach to small intestine 12. Blood vessels enter and exit bones through a. Foramina i. Are small opening in the body which allow cranial nerves, arteries, and veins to pass through solid structures 13. Which cells are responsible for bone formation a. Osteoblasts i. Osteoblasts are the main cells that make up bones. In organized groups, they produce a calcium and phosphate-based mineral that helps contribute to bone strength and density. 14. Which one of these is a reason bones are considered to be organs a. They contain nervous and connective tissue i. Although it may not seem like it, bones are rigid organs. In order to be classified as an organ, in addition to performing a certain function in the body, a structure must contain more than one type of tissue. So, because
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