Chief functions of the digestive system might best be described as

Question 1. 1.

You have just found out that your closest friend has been diagnosed with AIDS. What of the following statements #1-3 are true as prevention from contracting the disease from your friend?

 

You must have no contact with your friend.

(Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 2. 2. You can still hug your friend. (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 3. 3. If you and your friend have the same blood type, you can still receive a transfusion from your friend. (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 4. 4. What returns excess fluid from the body tissues to the circulatory system and filters out bacteria? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. lymphatic system
[removed] B. lymph
[removed] C. acquired immunity
[removed] D. natural immunity

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Question 5. 5. The born-with ability of our body to resist disease is called ________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. lymphatic system
[removed] B. lymph
[removed] C. acquired immunity
[removed] D. natural immunity

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Question 6. 6. The lymphatic system is part of your immune system? (Points : 1)

[removed] TRUE
[removed] FALSE

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Question 7. 7. Tube of the lymphatic system that drains left upper body and total lower body into the left subclavian vein. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Right lymphatic duct
[removed] B. Lymphatic Veins
[removed] C. Lymphatic vessels
[removed] D. Thoracic Duct

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Question 8. 8. Tubes of the lymphatic system that transport excess tissue fluid back into the circulatory system. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Right lymphatic duct
[removed] B. lymphatic veins
[removed] C. lymphatic vessels
[removed] D. thoractic duct

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Question 9. 9. What gives “resonance” to the voice? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. vocal cords
[removed] B. larynx
[removed] C. sinuses
[removed] D. androgen

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Question 10. 10. Difficult breathing is known as: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. dyspnea
[removed] B. eupnea
[removed] C. apnea
[removed] D. orthopnea

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Question 11. 11. The principal function of internal respiration is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. exchange of gases in the alveoli and capillaries
[removed] B. exchange of gases in the blood, cells and lymph
[removed] C. exchange of gases during cellular chemical reactions
[removed] D. none of the above

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Question 12. 12. The lowest part of the pharynx is called the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. nasopharynx
[removed] B. oropharynx
[removed] C. laryngopharynx
[removed] D. Eqyptian sphinx

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Question 13. 13. The double layered membrane covering the lungs is called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. pleura
[removed] B. peritoneum
[removed] C. phlegm
[removed] D. pericardium

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Question 14. 14. Which of the following is correct concerning thoracic volume and air pressure in the lungs? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. As volume decreases, pressure decreases.
[removed] B. As volume decreases, pressure remains constant.
[removed] C. As volume increases, pressure increases.
[removed] D. As volume increase, pressure decreases.
[removed] E. As volume increse, pressure remains consistent.

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Question 15. 15. What allows for normal exhalation? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. diaphragm contraction and external intercostal contraction
[removed] B. diaphragm contraction and elastic recoil
[removed] C. diaphragm contraction and external intercostal relaxation
[removed] D. diaphragm relaxation and external intercostal contraction
[removed] E. diaphragm relaxation and elastic fiber recoil

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Question 16. 16. Normal respiration rate (breaths per minute) for an adult is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. 40 -60
[removed] B. 20 -26
[removed] C. 14 – 20
[removed] D. 10 – 14

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Question 17. 17. Which of the following is NOT considered COPD? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. pneumonia
[removed] B. recurrent bronchitis
[removed] C. emphysema

C. emphysema
[removed] D. none of the above

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Question 18. 18. The amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs with one breath is: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. spirometer
[removed] B. tidal volume
[removed] C. inspiratory reserve volume
[removed] D. expiratory reserve volume

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Question 19. 19. Our respiratory center is located in the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. Phrenic nerve
[removed] B. Vagus nerve
[removed] C. Medulla Oblongata
[removed] D. Herring Breuer Reflex area

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Question 20. 20. Which is not associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. crib death
[removed] B. infant stops breathing while sleeping
[removed] C. occurs between 1 week and 1 year
[removed] D. parents are to blame for this

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Question 21. 21. The colon is also known as the _______________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. esophagus
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. rectum
[removed] D. large intestine

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Question 22. 22. The lower sphincter of the stomach (which empties the stomach) is called the: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. cardiac
[removed] B. pyloric
[removed] C. ileocecal
[removed] D. sigmoid

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Question 23. 23. ________ are a collection of crystallized cholesterol that may block the bile duct. These cause excruciating pain, and most often occur after a high fat meal. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. kidney stones
[removed] B. gallstones
[removed] C. cholecystitis
[removed] D. heart attack

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Question 24. 24. Chief functions of the digestive system might best be described as: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. catabolism, absorption and elimination
[removed] B. anabolism, ingestion and elimination
[removed] C. catabolism and ingestion
[removed] D. anabolism and defecation

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Question 25. 25. Ingested food mixed with gastric juices is called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bolus
[removed] B. rugae
[removed] C. chyme
[removed] D. feces

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Question 26. 26. Which is not part of the small intestine? (Points : 1)

[removed] A. ileum
[removed] B. ilium
[removed] C. jejunum
[removed] D. duodenum

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Question 27. 27. Protein is digested or broken down into __________. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. glucose
[removed] B. fatty acids
[removed] C. amino acids
[removed] D. glycerol

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Question 28. 28.

Another name for the alimentary canal is the:

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. respiratory system
[removed] B. elementary system
[removed] C. genitourinary (GU) tract
[removed] D. gastonintestinal (GI) tract

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Question 29. 29. The first set of teeth you had were called: (Points : 1)

[removed] A. temporary
[removed] B. deciduous
[removed] C. conspicuous
[removed] D. permanent

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Question 30. 30. The gall bladder and pancreas send secretions to this part of the small intestine. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. ilium
[removed] B. ileum
[removed] C. jejunum
[removed] D. duodenum

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Question 31. 31. The tube connecting the middle ear and the nasopharynx. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. trachea
[removed] B. bronchi
[removed] C. eustachian tube
[removed] D. oropharynx

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Question 32. 32.

Site of gas exchange (external respiration) within the lung.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchi
[removed] B. alveoli
[removed] C. bronchioles
[removed] D. laryngopharynx

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Question 33. 33. Space containing cilia, conchae and mucous membranes, which warm and filter out air. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. nasopharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. nasal cavity
[removed] D. alveolar ducts

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Question 34. 34. Structure preventing food from entering the trachea. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. epiglottis
[removed] B. eustachian tube
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. layngopharynx

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Question 35. 35.

Cartilaginous structure containing the vocal cords.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. laryngopharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. oropharynx

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Question 36. 36. Shared passageway for air and food. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. oropharynx
[removed] B. nasopharynx
[removed] C. trachea
[removed] D. larynx

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Question 37. 37. First tubes entering the lungs. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. alveolar ducts
[removed] B. bronchioles
[removed] C. bronchi
[removed] d. eustachian

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Question 38. 38. Tube with c-shaped cartilage throughout that branches into bronchi. (Points : 1)

[removed] a. bronchioles
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. alveolar ducts

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Question 39. 39. If you swallow water and choke on it, _________ has failed to properly function. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. larynx
[removed] B. bronchi
[removed] C. oropharynx
[removed] D. epiglottis

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Question 40. 40. This organ stores and concentrates bile. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. liver
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. gall bladder
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 41. 41.

Besides producting bile, this organ detoxifies drugs and alcohol.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. stomach
[removed] B. liver
[removed] C. gall bladder
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 42. 42. This organ contains chief, parietal and goblet cells. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. stomach
[removed] B. small intestine
[removed] C. large intestine
[removed] D. parotid gland

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Question 43. 43. This organ contains a sphincter whose malfunction can lead to heartburn. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. small intestine
[removed] B. large intestine
[removed] C. stomach
[removed] D. trachea

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Question 44. 44. This is the major site of absorption of digested carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins as well as vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. large intestine
[removed] B. stomach
[removed] C. oral cavity
[removed] D. small intestine

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Question 45. 45. Largest exocrine organ/gland in the body. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. liver
[removed] B. salivary
[removed] C. parotid
[removed] D. pancreas

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Question 46. 46.

This gland contains cells which produce salivary amylase.

(Points : 1)

[removed] A. pancreas
[removed] B. parotid gland
[removed] C. stomach
[removed] D. gall bladder

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Question 47. 47. Functions of this organ include water absorption and Vitamin K synthesis. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. small intestine
[removed] B. liver
[removed] C. large intestine
[removed] D. stomach

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Question 48. 48. This organ uses peristaltic contractions to move a bolus. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. parotid gland
[removed] B. esophagus
[removed] C. small intestine
[removed] D. large intestine

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Question 49. 49. The site where lung tissue and capillaries enmesh to efficiently transfer oxygen and carbon dioxide. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchi
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. bronchioles
[removed] D. alveolar sacs

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Question 50. 50. This structure bifurcates (splits) to send air to the right and left lungs. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. bronchioles
[removed] B. eustachian tube
[removed] C. bronchi
[removed] D. trachea

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Question 51. 51. This structure contains the vocal cords. (Points : 1)

[removed] A. oropharynx
[removed] B. trachea
[removed] C. larynx
[removed] D. nasopharynx

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