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human anatomy help please?

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1: The functions of the skeleton include:
hematopoiesis
insulation
calcium storage
two of the above

2: A break in the shaft of a long bone involves the
epiphysis
diaphysis
periosteum
articular cartilage

3: The unit of contraction in muscle is the:
sarcomere
sarcoplasm
sarcolemma
sarcoplasmic reticulum

4: Flexion of the biceps brachii is an example of a
first class lever system.
second class lever system.
third class lever system.
simple pulley system system.

5: Muscle and nerve never touch, there is a gap between the two cells called a(n):
synaptic vesicle
triad
synaptic cleft
axon terminal

6: The enzyme found in saliva:
begins the stomach secretion
contains an antimicrobial agent
lubricates and protects the mouth
begins the digestion of carbohydrates

7: Wave-like contractions that move swallowed food through the esophagus is called
mastication
peristalsis
momentum
hydrolysis

8: Glucose is stored in the liver as
starch
fat
glycogen
ATP

9: Identify the false statement(s) below.
the esophagus secretes digestive enzymes
the esophagus contains stratified squamous epithelium for protection
the esophagus undergoes peristalsis to propel solids and liquids
the esophagus extends from the pharynx to the stomach.

10: Pepsin is associated with:
the mucosal lining of the stomach
hydrochloric acid
protein digestion
all of the above

11: Pancreatic juice contains all but which of the following enzymes?
trypsin
lipase
amylase
bile

12: Which of the following is NOT a primary role of skeletal muscles?
neutralizer
protagonist
fixator
synergist

13: Bile:
is stored in the gall bladder
is manufactured by the epithelial lining of the gall bladder
passes from the common hepatic duct into the duodenum
enters the pancreas through the cystic duct

14: Muscle fatigue is due, in part, to the accumulation of
lactic acid
citric acid
ATP
ACTH

15: The absorption of digested nutrients occurs in the:
villi of the small intestine
common bile duct
last section of the small intestine, the duodenum
Peyer's patches

16: The functions of the large intestine include:
absorption of digested nutrients
secretion of enzymes to hydrolyze chemicals
absorption of water and electrolytes
all of the above

17: Which of the following is NOT part of the reticuloendothelial system?
adenoids
Peyer’s patches
vermiform appendix
colostrum

18: The middle portion of the small intestine is the
ileum
duodenum
jejunum
colon

19: The first portion of the large intestine is the
colon
cecum
anal canal
rectum

20: The first section of the small intestine, the duodenum, receives secretions from the:
stomach
pancreas
liver
all of the above

21: Which of the following is a sesamoid bone?
vertebra
clavicle
metatarsal
patella

22: The bone of the upper arm is the
radius
uln
humerus
femur

23: Which of the following is NOT a product of the metabolic oxidation of glucose?
Oxygen (O2)
Carbon dioxide (CO 2)
Water (H 2O)
Energy

24: Which muscles have striated muscle fibers as their muscle tissue?
Skeletal muscles, like the quadriceps femoris
Integumentary muscles, like facial muscles that can change expressions
Extraocular muscles that move the eyeball
All of the above

25: Hydrolysis is:
the uptake of nutrients by the intestinal mucosa
the wave-like movement of the digestive tract
the breakdown of nutrients by digestive enzymes
the liquifaction of food by HCl
asked Mar 30, 2012 by carbonfiber (405 points)