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  1. Which of the following has branching cells to each other by intercalated discs?

    A) skeletal muscle
    B) Nervous tissue
    C) Bone
    D) Heart muscle
    D) Heart muscle
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  2. What kind of cell lacks a nucleus?

    A) Eythrocyte
    B) Leukocyte
    C) Lymphocyte
    D) Non of the options
    A) Eythrocyte

    a red blood cell that is typically a biconcave disc without a nucleus. Erythrocytes contain the pigment hemoglobin, which imparts the red color to blood, and transport oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the tissues.
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  3. Which s the term for building up a phase of metabolism when nutrients that the body has broken down are used to build cellular components?

    A) Phagocytosis
    B) Homeostasis
    C) Anabolism
    D) Cartabolism
    C) Anabolism

    the synthesis of complex molecules in living organisms from simpler ones together with the storage of energy; constructive metabolism.

    Cartabolism: the breakdown of complex molecules in living organisms to form simpler ones, together with the release of energy; destructive metabolism.
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  4. Which of the following can be found in the extracellular matrix?
    A) Collagen fibers
    B) Elastin Fibers
    C) Hyaluronic acid
    D) All of the options
    A) Collagen fibers
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  5. What is an example of an exocrine gland?

    A) Aprocrine glands
    B) Holocrine glands
    C) Merocrine glands
    D) All of the options
    D) All of the options 

    exocrine gland: a gland that secretes externally through a duct
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  6. Which are examples of endocytosis?

    A) Pinocytosis
    B) Both phagocytosis and pinocytosis
    C) Phagosytosis
    D) Exocytosis
    B) Both phagocytosis and pinocytosis

    endocytosis: the taking in of matter by a living cell by invagination of its membrane to form a vacuole.

    Opposite
    Exocytosis: a process by which the contents of a cell vacuole are released to the exterior through fusion of the vacuole membrane with the cell membrane.
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  7. What is the most abundant protein in the connective tissue?

    A) Fibroblast
    B) Collagen
    C) Elastin
    D) Hyaluronic acid
    B) Collagen
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  8. What is the deepest wrapping of connective tissue around the muscle?

    A) All of the options
    B) Perimysium
    C) Endomysium
    D) Epimysium
    C) Endomysium
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  9. What is the meaning of the prefix nephro-?

    A) Lung
    B) Kidney
    C) Liver
    D) Stomach
    B) Kidney
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  10. The body is composed of how many systems?

    A) Eight
    B) Nine
    C) Seven
    D) Eleven
    D) Eleven
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  11. Where are the kidneys located?

    A) Opposite T12
    B) Below L5
    C) Above the liver
    D) At the sacrum
    A) Opposite T12
  12. The abdominal cavity contains all except which body part?

    A) Stomach
    B) Kidney
    C) Spleen
    D) Bladder
    D) Bladder
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  13. What is not part of the mediastinum?

    A) Trachea
    B) Aorta
    C) Heart
    D) Lungs
    D) Lungs
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  14. In which abdomino-pelvic quadrant is the gall bladder located?

    A) Upper left
    B) Lower right
    C) lower left
    D) Upper right
    D) Upper right
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  15. What is the most basic structural of the body?
    A) Chemical
    B) Organelle
    C) Cellular
    D) Tissue
    A) Chemical
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  16. When the LMT positions the client on his/her side, what is it called?

    A) Lateral recumbent position
    B) Prone position
    C) Lateral Superior position
    D) Supine superior 
    A) Lateral recumbent position

    recumbent: laying down
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  17. Which of the following means dead tissue?

    A) Arthritic
    B) Atrophy
    C) Porosis
    D) Necrotic
    D) Necrotic 

    Necro - dead

    Atrophy- waisting away
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