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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. Muscular 100
    • About what percentage of your body weight is made up of muscles?
    • 20%
    • 40%
    • 50%
    • 80%
    40% GO BACK
  • 4. the gluteus maximus muscle in your butt
    • What is the largest muscle in your body?
    Muscular 200 GO BACK
  • 5. Rectus abdonimus
    • Which muscles are found in your belly and sometimes called “abs”?
    • Pectorals
    • Quadriceps
    • Deltoids
    • Rectus abdonimus
    Muscular 300 GO BACK
  • 6. 100 billion 
    • How many neuron cells are in the human brain?  
    Nervous 100 GO BACK
  • 7. 4%
    • How many percent of the cells in the brain are active?
    Nervous 200 GO BACK
  • 8. 1
    • As we grow older, the brain loses _____ gram per year.
    Nervous 300 GO BACK
  • 9. 4
    • How many organs are included to make up the urinary system?
    •  
    Urinary 100 GO BACK
  • 10. About a quart and a half
    • How much urine leaves the body of an adult each day?
    •  
    Urinary 200 GO BACK
  • 11. Urine would past though the bladder causing an “accident” every time urine goes though the bladder.
    • One of the sphincter muscles is located underneath the bladder and keeps liquid from escaping. What would happen without it?
    •  
    Urinary 300 GO BACK
  • 12. The tongue aids in the digestion of the food.
    • Digestion begins in the mouth. Which of the following statement is INCORRECT?
    • A) The tongue aids in the digestion of the food.
    •   B) The saliva changes some of the starches in the food to sugar.
    •   C) The tongue keeps the food in place in the mouth while the food is being chewed.
    •   D) The digestive juices can react more easily with the food when chewed.
    Digestive 100 GO BACK
  • 13. Juices mix with the food and stomach muscles squeeze it.
    • What happens when food reaches the stomach?
    • Nothing. No digestion occurs in the stomach.
    •   The food moves quickly into the small intestine.
    •   Juices mix with the food and stomach muscles squeeze it.
    •   The food is completely digested and is absorbed by tiny blood vessels in the walls of the stomach.
    Digestive 200 GO BACK
  • 14. Manufacturing insulin
    • The liver is located in the abdomen and performs many functions. Which of the following is NOT a function of the liver?
    • Storing food
    • Manufacturing insulin
    • Producing digestive juices
    • Healing itself when it is damaged
    Digestive 300 GO BACK
  • 15. Diabetes
    • If there is to much sugar in the blood and you low insulin levels you have what?
    Endocrine 100 GO BACK
  • 16. Pineal
    • The _________ gland sends hormones that affect the modulation of your wake/sleep habits.
    • Hint: This is a major gland and is located in your brain, and is very tiny.
    Endocrine 200 GO BACK
  • 17. How much energy your body should use
    • The thyroid gland is below the Adam’s apple. The thyroid gland controls what?
    • How much energy your body should use
    • How much you are able to eat
    • The changing of your voice
    Endocrine 300 GO BACK
  • 18. a sore
    • If you get a cut, what does your body develop over time to regenerate itself?
    Integumentary 100 GO BACK
  • 19. oil glands get filled with bacteria
    • What creates pimples on your face?
    Integumentary 200 GO BACK
  • 20. keratin
    • what is the name of the protein on the outside of your skin?
    • epithelial cells
    • keratin
    • fortelial
    • calcium
    Integumentary 300 GO BACK
  • 21. The arteries
    • What takes the blood away from the heart?
    Cardiovascular 100 GO BACK
  • 22. Blood
    • From what source do cells get their food? 
    • Oxygen 
    • Blood
    • Other Cells
    • Carbon dioxide
    Cardiovascular 200 GO BACK
  • 23. Septum
    • What wall separates the left side and right side of the heart?
    Cardiovascular 300 GO BACK
  • 24. Windpipe
    • What is another name for the trachea?
    • Windpipe
    • Throat
    • Lungs
    Respiratory 100 GO BACK
  • 25. They are used for taking oxygen to and from the lungs and connect the two lungs.
    • How are the bronchiolar used?
    Respiratory 200 GO BACK
  • 26. tidal volume
    • The volume of air in a normal breath is called
    • total lung capacity
    • vital capacity
    • tidal volume
    • residual volume
    Respiratory 300 GO BACK
  • 27. Fiber
    • Whole grains such as wheat bread and oatmeal contain a lot of this. 
    Nutrition 100 GO BACK
  • 28. heart
    • Fiber is a good source for this organ. This organ helps pump oxygen through the blood.
    Nutrition 200 GO BACK
  • 29. High Blood Pressure
    • A lot of sodium can cause what?
    Nutrition 300 GO BACK
  • 30. Cancer
    • This disease is an abnormal growth of cells. What is it?
    Common Diseases 100 GO BACK
  • 31. Diabetes
    • What is the most common disease in the endocrine system in the U.S?
    • Cancer
    • Diabetes
    • Arthteritis
    •   
    Common Diseases 200 GO BACK
  • 32. Hematuria, or blood in the urine, will cause a dark or red urine.
    • What disease cause urine to be a sickly red color?
    Common Diseases 300 GO BACK