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QUESTION 11Which of the following is located in the pelvic cavity?a.uterusb.spleenc.gallbladderd.stomach

  1. e.both A and C are correct


QUESTION 12

  1. The function of a catalyst is to:
  2. a.convert strong aids and bases into weak acids and bases
  3. b.store energy released during exergonic reactions
  4. c.act as the chemical link between atoms in a covalent bond
  5. d.lower the activation energy needed for a chemical reaction to occur
  6. e.keep particles in a colloid from settling out


QUESTION 13

  1. The cranial cavity is:
  2. a.where the brain is located
  3. b.lined by the meninges
  4. c.part of the ventral body cavity
  5. d.A and B only
  6. e.A, B and C are all correct


QUESTION 14

  1. In a solution, the solvent dissolves the solute.
  2.  True
  3.  False


QUESTION 15

  1. Which of the following is TRUE regarding the skeletal system?
  2. a.it provides support and protection
  3. b.it stores minerals
  4. c.it assists in body movements
  5. d.it houses cells that give rise to blood cells
  6. e.all of the above are true


QUESTION 16

  1. A transverse plane divides the body into:
  2. a.superior and inferior portions
  3. b.right and left halves
  4. c.anterior and posterior portions
  5. d.ventral and dorsal body cavities
  6. e.quadrants

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QUESTION 17

  1. The "ABCD" signs are used to assess:
  2. a.the seriousness of decubitus ulcers
  3. b.whether sufficient oxygen is being transported by blood
  4. c.the percentage of surface area lost to a burn
  5. d.a person's total risk of developing cancer
  6. e.a skin lesion suspected of being a malignant melanoma


QUESTION 18

  1. The four elements making up about 96% of the body's mass are represented by the symbols:
  2. a.O, Ca, H, Na
  3. b.O, C, H, N
  4. c.O, C, He, Na
  5. d.O, H, K, N
  6. e.O, Ca, H, Ni


QUESTION 19

  1. The word axillary refers to the:
  2. a.groin
  3. b.armpit
  4. c.upper arm
  5. d.neck
  6. e.back of the knee


QUESTION 20

  1. Gap junctions are seen in tissues which:
  2. a.fluid leakage between cells is a particular risk
  3. b.cells may be damaged by friction or stretching
  4. c.move from one location to another
  5. d.electrical or chemical signals must pass between cells
  6. e.adjacent cells are many millimeters apart

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