Left/ Right Atrium
Heart connects lungs and body cells
Superior vena cava & inferior vena cava carry de oxygenated blood to
the right atrium, blood will then go to the right ventricle (de
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First Exam Question
Chapter 01 - The Human Organism
The Human Organism
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Anatomy is
A. the study of function.
B. a branch of physiology.
C. the study of structure.
D. the study of living organisms.
E. the study of homeostasis.
Chapter 02 - The Chemical Basis of Life
The Chemical Basis of Life
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The four most abundant elements in the human body are
A. carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and iron.
B. carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen.
Directly causes mechanical motion
2. Responds to environmental changed by transmitting electrical impulses.
3. Provides support and levers for mu
Which of the following is an exocrine gland?
a. Sweat gland
b. Mammary gland
c. Thyroid gland
d. All of the above
e. Both a and b
2. Which type of tissue would not have polarity?
a. Simple epithelia
b. Stratified epithelia
c. Dense regular connectiv
Human Anatomy Final Study Guide
Know the labeling a muscle
In smooth muscle there is no troponin.
The protein _ binds Ca+
e. None of the above
The part of a neuron that condu
Nervous System Review Questions
1. What are the general functions of the nervous system?
Receiving sensory input. Monitor internal and external stimuli
Integrating information. Brain and spinal cord process sensory input and initiate
Muscle Review Questions
1. What are the functions of the muscular system? Movement of the body, maintence of posture,
respiration, production of heat, communication, constriction of organs and vessels, contraction of
2. Describe the properties
Integument Review Questions
1. What are the stages of tissue repair? What characterizes each stage?
Inflammation (blood clotting protein and inflammatory platlet), organization (clot is
repaired), blood vessels start to regenerate (regenerating epithium).
Hyaline Cartilage: This type of cartilage is responsible for the beginning of interstitial growth of bone;
it can be found at the ends of most long bones in the body.
Fibrocartilage: Identifiable by its numerous collagen fibers, this type of cartilage, th
If the ventral root of a spinal nerve were
cut, what would be the result in the
tissue or region that nerve supplies?
a. Complete loss of sensation
b. A complete loss of voluntary
c. Loss of neither sensation nor
movement but on