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What is not part of the brain stem?
What is produced by the digestive organ?
What is a gastrectomy?
What is the nerve fiber that receives information for the neuron?
The stoppage of bleeding is:
The process of cell division:
The process of cell division of sex cells
Heart has four chambers:
2 atria (hold the blood returning to the heart) and 2 ventricles (propel blood out the heart)
Female and male sex cells are called:
Part of the brain referred to as little brain:
A hormone that is secreted from the pancreas:
Blood cells responsible for blood clotting
Cell surface molecules that can be used to identify cells:
Protein that binds with antigen:
A nerve cell is a:
The largest part of the brain is:
Areas between the cerebral hemisphere and the brain stem
Male sex organ is:
The only artery carrying deoxygenated blood
Artery is a blood vessel that carries blood to the:
away from the heart
The outer layer of the kidney:
Function of the lymphatic system include:
transporting pathogens to the lymph nodes where they can be destroyed
Electrocardiogram is :
machine that records heart's electrical activity and
From the superior and inferior venae cavae blood goes into the:
The liquid portion of blood is:
55% is serum or plasma
The only vein carrying oxygenated blood:
Artery supplying the muscles of the heart:
The structure that marks the end of the external ear and the beginning of the middle ear.
The oily secretion found in the ear
wax and cerumen
Which area of the eye contains the iris and pupil?
Gustatory senses refer to?
Tactile corpuscles refer to:
Hormone that increases bone calcium
Referred to as the master gland of the body
Blood cells that function for body defense
white blood cells
Thyroxine is a hormone released from the:
Which of the following are glands that are embedded within another gland?
The functional unit of the kidney
A condition where there is not enough hemoglobin to carry oxygen?
Medical doctor specialiazing in colon diseases?
The endometrium is the inner lining of the?
SA node is made of?
Tricuspid valve is located?
Between right atrium and right ventricle
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Blood type known as "universal donor"?
Blood type O
Hemolytic disorder that results from RH incompatibility?
Tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder
Male hormone is called?
Largest artery in the body?
The release of a mature ovum from the ovary is called?