Ch. 1 Organization of the Body

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Ch. 1 Organization of the Body
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  1. Anatomy refers to:
    A. Using devices to investigate
    B. Studying the unusual manner in the which an organism responds to
    C. Examining the chemistry of life
    D. Investigating human structure via dissection and other methods
    D. Investigating human structure via dissection and other methods
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  2. Systemic anatomy refers to anatomical investigation:
    A. At a microscopic level
    B. That begins in the head and neck and concludes at the feet.
    C. That approaches the study of the body by systems: Groups of organs having a common function
    D. At the cellular level
    C. That approaches the study of the body by systems: Groups of organs having a common function
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  3. Physiology refers to the:
    A. Nature of human function C. Evolution of human thought
    B. Structure of the human form D. Accuracy of measuring the human physique
    A. Nature of human function
  4. The removal of waste products in the body is achieved by a process known as:
    A. Secretion C. Circulation
    B. Excretion D. Conductivity
    B. Excretion
  5. Metabolism is the:
    A. Production and delivery of specialized substances for diverse body functions
    B. Sum total of all physical and chemical reactions occurring in the body
    C. Exchange of gases in the blood
    D. Formation of new cells in the body to permit growth
    B. Sum total of all physical and chemical reactions occurring in the body
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  6. Beginning with the smallest level, the levels of organization of the body are:
    A. Cellular, chemical, tissue, organelle, organ, system, organism
    B. Cellular, chemical, organelle, organ, tissue, organism, system
    C. Chemical, cellular, organelle, organ, system, organism
    D. Chemical, organelle, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism
    D. Chemical, organelle, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Molecules are:
    A. A complex of electrons arranged in orderly shells
    B. Combinations of atoms forming larger chemical aggregates
    C. Electrons orbiting a nucleus
    D. Composed of cellular organelles
    B. Combinations of atoms forming larger chemical aggregates
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  8. Mitochondria, Golgi apparatus, and Endoplasmic reticulum are examples of:
    A. Macromolecules C. Organelles
    B. Cytoplasm D. Nuclei
    C. Organelles
  9. Blood production is a function of which system?
    A. Circulatory C. Skeletal
    B. Respiratory D. Urinary
    C. Skeletal
  10. Support and movement are functions of which systems?
    A. Reproductive and urinary systems
    B. Cardiovascular and lymphatic / immune systems
    C. Respiratory, digestive, and urinary systems
    D. Skeletal and muscular systems
    D. Skeletal and muscular systems
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  11. Organelle
    Collections of molecules that perform a function
  12. Cells
    The smallest “living” units of structure and function
  13. Tissue
    Many similar cells that act together to perform a common function
  14. Organ
    • A group of several different kinds of tissues arranged to perform a special
    • function
  15. Systems
    The most complex units that make up the body
  16. Integumentary System
    Support and Movement
  17. Skeletal System
    Support and Movement
  18. Muscular System
    Support and Movement
  19. Nervous System
    Communication, control and integration
  20. Endocrine System
    Communication, control and integration
  21. Digestive System
    Respiration, nutrition, and excretion
  22. Respiratory System
    Respiration, nutrition, and excretion
  23. Cardiovascular System
    Transportation and defense
  24. Lymphatic System
    Transportation and defense
  25. Urinary System
    Respiration, nutrition, and excretion
  26. Reproductive System
    Reproduction and development

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