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This activity contains 30 questions.

Question 1
1 A person with appendicitis will most often present with pain in the:
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Question 2
2 The plane that divides the body into anterior and posterior parts is called the:
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Question 3
3 Homeostatic imbalance has occurred when a:
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Question 4
4 Select the option that shows increasing complexity levels.
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Question 5
5 Approximately what percentage of the air we breathe is made of oxygen?
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Question 6
6 The cranial cavity is housed in:
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Question 7
7 Which choice below is NOT one of the three components of homeostatic control systems?
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Question 8
8 The respiratory system contains the:
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Question 9
9 The spleen is the largest organ in the:
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Question 10
10 Which of the following would be an example of positive feedback?
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Question 11
11 Which internal organ is NOT housed in the ventral body cavity?
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Question 12
12 Which of the following body systems acts as a fast-acting control system for the body?
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Question 13
13 Which of the following body systems functions to produce blood cells?
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Question 14
14 Which of the following is NOT a necessary human life function?
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Question 15
15 Which one of the following requires magnification to study?
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Question 16
16 Which one of the following covers an organ?
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Question 17
17 The branch of anatomy that traces structural changes that occur in the body throughout the life span is referred to as:
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Question 18
18 The ability to sense changes in the environment and respond to them is a physiological ability known as:
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Question 19
19 If the human body temperature drops slightly below 37° C (98.6° F), the following occurs:
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Question 20
20 Which of the following events is not the result of a negative feedback mechanism?
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Question 21
21 All of the following are correct positioning when placing the body in the anatomical position, except:
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Question 22
22 Which of the following is/are not included in axial part of the body?
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Question 23
23 The midsagittal plane:
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Question 24
24 Which of the following organs lies in the dorsal cavity?
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Question 25
25 The body cavity which houses the lung is known as the:
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Question 26
26 If you know that the appendix lies in the right lower part of the trunk, you could also say it lies in the:
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Question 27
27 The visceral serosa membrane:
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Question 28
28 All the following are true about serous fluid, except that:
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Question 29
29 The cavity between bones at the joint is known as
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Question 30
30 Positron emission tomography (PET):
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