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The skeleton is divided into axial and "blank" sections.
The connective tisue that covers all bones is
The two types of bone are compact and
Where is cartilage found?
Where bones join together
What is another term for articulation?
Which of the following are types of muscle tissue?
Which muscle is striated in appearance but resembles smooth muscle in action?
Which of the following is a common disorder?
A function of the circulatory system is
- Regulate body temperature and chemical stability
- To transport nutrients and oxygen to body cells
The heart chambers consist of the atria and
Which of the following are functions of a blood vessel?
- To carry blood away from the heart (arteries)
- To connect the arterial and venous system (capillary)
- To carry blood toward the heart (veins)
The primary function of the lymph system is
To destroy harmful microorganisms
What tissues make up the lymph system?
- lymph vessels
- lymph nodes
- lymph fluid
What system makes up the nervous system?
- Central Nervous System
- Peripheral Nervous System
The autonomic nervous system is divided into the parasympathetic and
sympathetic nervous system
The type of neurons that carry impulses toward the brain and spinal cord is
The main function of the respiratory system is
to deliver oxygen to the body
Which of the following is the role of the digestive system?
to provide nutrition for the body
Which would not be an action of the digestive system?
- Sensory function
- Functions that are: ingestion, movement, absorption
What is the primary function of the endocrine system?
to maintain homeostasis
What is the primary function of the urinary system?
To form and eliminate urine
Which body system includes the skin?
Which of the following is an example of an appendage?
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