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BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

Module 1 Quiz A & P

 1.Enzymes are what type of organic compound?

 2.What is not a primary function of a protein?

 3.Both positive and negative feedback loops help maintain homeostasis for the body?

 4.What choice is NOT true regarding cellular respiration?

 5.For a hypothesis to be valid, it must be testable?

 6.A positive feedback loop will negate or reverse a stimulus within the body?

 7.What term best describes the genetic allele make up of an individual?

 8.This type of tissue lines internal hollow organs and is continuously regenerating new cells that are scraped off?

 9.Which cellular organelle produces ATP, the body’s energy source?

 10.The plasma membrane is mainly composed of this organic compound?

 11.Which organic compound has the primary function of energy storage?

 12.Passive transport can only occur when there is a concentration gradient of low to high for a substance?

 13.Which statement best describes the term homeostasis?

 14.Autosomal recessive disorders will commonly affected individuals in each generation?

 15.This type of tissue is diverse and typically contains a lot of extracellular space that supports and connects different type of tissues and organs of body?

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 A & P Module 2 Quiz

A & P Module 2 Quiz

 1.Which choice is true of collagen fibers?

 2.Melanoma is the most common type of skin cancer?

 3.Blood vessels in the epidermis will dilate increasing blood flow through the skin allow heat to dissipate from the body?

 4.Which choice is NOT a description of a function of the integument system?

 5.Hair and nails are mainly composed of what substance?

 6.Which gland is responsible for secreting sweat and is the most numerous type of gland in the integument?

 7.Which gland is responsible for secreting an oily substance that helps to lubricate and softens the skin and hair?

 8.Which layer of skin is the outer most layer and contains dead cells that are filled with keratin?

 9.Which choice is NOT true about the epidermis?

 10.Skin cancer originates in which layer of the skin?

 11.What is NOT true of keratinocytes?

 12.The integument system is involved in the production of vitamin D by producing a vitamin D precursor when exposed to UV light?

 14.Extensions of dermis up into the epidermis that is responsible for fingerprints is called:

 15.What structure and/or substance is NOT found within the dermis?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 3 Quiz

  1.Which choice is true regarding calcitonin?

 2.The organic portion of the extracellular matrix space provides all of the following functions except for:

 3.What is NOT a primary function of the skeletal system?

 4.The majority of bones in the body are formed by endochondral ossification where a cartilage model of bone is eventually converted to bone?

 5.Which of the following is NOT a substance found within bone tissue?

 6.Which statement is NOT true regarding an osteon?

 7.Which statement is NOT true of red bone marrow?

 8.Bone remodeling is a function of what cells?

 9.The inorganic portion of the extracellular matrix space is produced by the osteoblasts?

 10.The trabeculae of spongy bone are well organized and align precisely along lines of stress, which ultimately help bone from breaking?

 11.Which choice is true of parathyroid hormone?

 12.Which choice best relates and/or describes Wolf’s law of bone?

  1. This type of bone cell is activated with the release of parathyroid hormone?

 14.Formation of the fibrocartilaginous callus in the fracture repair of bone is followed up by which process?

 15.Which statement is true regarding the epiphyseal plates?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 4 Quiz

Anatomy & Physiology Module 4 Quiz

 1.What is the neurotransmitter released from motor neurons initiating muscle contraction?

 2.Which statement is NOT true regarding slow oxidative muscle fibers?

 3.Which statement is true regarding muscle contraction?

 4.What structure separates one fascicle from another in a muscle?

 5.What answer is NOT true regarding muscle contraction?

 6.A motor unit is all the nerves that innervate all of the muscle fibers of one muscle?

 7.What factor is NOT required for the process of muscle contraction to occur?

 8.Anaerobic respiration produces lactic acid as a by-product but creates more ATP for muscle contraction when compared to aerobic respiration?

 9.Which statement is NOT true regarding muscle contraction?

 10.Which statement best describes a sarcomere?

 11.What statement is true of smooth muscle?

 12.Which choice best describes what a fascicle is?

 13.Fast glycolytic muscle fibers do not fatigue quickly due to their rich supply of myoglobin?

 14.Which choice best describes the function of myoglobin?

 15.Which choice best describes the function T-tubules have within muscle contraction?

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 A & P Module 5 Mid Term Exam

 Mid Term- Module 5

Which choice best describes the function of the haversian (central) canals within bone?

What statement is NOT true regarding synovial joints?

Which is NOT true regarding osteoporosis?

Which statement is true of the epiphyseal plates of bones?

What statement is true of the glenohumeral (shoulder) joint?

What is the best statement to describe what a fascicle is?

Which statement is NOT true of articulations (joints)?

The cross bridging process in muscle contraction requires ATP?

Which statement is true of articulations (joints)?

Which is NOT true regarding the epiphyseal plates?

Which is the cell found in majority within the epidermis?              Keratinocytes

What is NOT a Characteristic to a synovial joint?

What is the layer between the epidermis and dermis that is ultimately responsible for fingerprints called?

Negative feedback loops are utilized by the body to maintain metabolism?

Sodium ions (Na+) must bind to troponin in order for the muscle contraction process to occur?

What is not a function of the integument system?

A strain occurs when there is ligament damage to a joint?

A bursa can reduce the friction of a tendon rubbing over a bone?

Wolf’s law of bone relates to the concept of bone density is directly related to the dietary ingestion of calcium?

The arrangement of the fascicles in a muscle influences the direction a muscle will contraction?

A ligament connects a muscle to a bone while a tendon stabilizes a joint by connecting or joining one bone to another.                False

Which statement is NOT true regarding the hip?

Which of the choices is NOT true regarding muscle contraction?

The majority of joints within the body are classified as:

Which statement is NOT true regarding articulations?

Which bone cell is responsible for stimulating the production of extracellular matrix and increasing its overall concentration?

Blood cell production is a primary function of the skeletal system?

Which statement is NOT true regarding muscles?

Which statement is true regarding osteoarthritis?

The organic components of the extracellular matrix space include collagen fibers?

Which cellular organelle is responsible for the production of ATP?

A motor unit is all the muscle fibers one motor neuron innervates?

Skin cancer originates in the dermis of the skin?

Which choice is NOT true regarding bone tissue?

Which choice is true regarding myoglobin?

Which type of skin cancer has the highest fatality rate?

Which of the following muscles is not a SITS muscle?

Parathyroid gland will cause an increase activity of the osteoclasts?

This type of gland secretes an oily secretion that helps lubricate and keeps the skin and hair from becoming dried out?

What is NOT found in the dermis layer of skin?

Aerobic respiration is performed by which cellular organelle?

The first step in bone fracture repair is the formation of the fibrocartilaginous callus?

Which of the following protein molecules provides the binding site for the myosin heads?

This type of tissue is found exposed to external environments, lines hollow organs such as the stomach and bladder, and plays an integral role in the epidermis?

Which statement is NOT true regarding the skeletal system?

Autosomal recessive traits and disorders typically show up in each generation.

For the thick filament and the thin filament to release or un-attach during muscle contraction, this process requires ATP?

Osmosis is the movement of random molecules from a high to low concentration across a selectively permeable membrane?

Aerobic respiration creates lactic acid as a by product but produces far more ATP than anaerobic respiration?

Which is not true of muscular tissue and/or muscle contraction?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 6 Quiz

Module 6 A & P Quiz

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the nervous system?
  1. Which statement is true regarding neurons?

 3.Which statement is NOT true regarding action potentials (nerve impulses)?

  1. During relative refractory period, a neuron cannot create another action potential to a stimulus no matter how strong or intense that stimulus is?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding neurons?
  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the neuron synapse?

  1. During the repolarization phase of an action potential, the neuron begins to regain its negative internal charge?

  1. Which choice is true regarding neuroglia cells?

  1. The generation or creation of an action potential depends on the strength of the stimulus a neuron receives?

  1. Which statement is true regarding neurons?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the motor (efferent) division of the nervous system?

  1. The autonomic nervous system is a sub-division of sensory (afferent) division?

  1. Which statement is true regarding the action potential process?

  1. Which choice is NOT true regarding myelin sheaths?

  1. The resting membrane potential of a neuron, specifically in the axon, is more negatively charged inside when compared to the extracellular space (outside of the cell)?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 7 Quiz

Module 7 A & P Quiz

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the spinal nerve and cord?
  1. Cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) is located in which region?

  1. Most neural pathways entering the spinal cord from left spinal nerves at some point desiccate (cross over) and are perceived by the right side of the cerebrum?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the spinal cord?

  1. Which choice best describes the effect of destruction of the ventral (anterior) horns neurons in the spinal cord?

  1. The white matter of the spinal cord contains ascending tracts and the grey matter contains descending tracts?

  1. What part or region of the brain controls and is associated with perceiving information from the general sensory receptors in the skin such as the perception of touch?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)?

  1. What part or region of the brain controls the conscious movement of skeletal muscles?

  1. What part of the brain controls and is associated with body posture, balance and equilibrium along with coordination of motor activity?

  1. What choice is NOT true regarding the brain stem?
  1. What part or region of the brain controls and is associated the ability for speech production?
  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the blood brain barrier?

  1. An epidural will puncture through the meninges to inject medication or extract cerebral spinal fluid?

  1. Which statement is true of the central nervous system?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 8 Quiz

AP1 Mod 8 test

  1. Which major nerve is associated or represents the largest and thickest nerve in the body and almost innervates the entire lower limb?

  1. Which two major nerves are associated or represent sensory (touch) information of the hand?

  1. Which cranial nerve is associated or represents a majority of its innervation to be parasympathetic in its action and innervates a wide variety of internal organs including the heart, lungs, intestines and liver?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding a nerve?

  1. What statement is false regarding the sympathetic nervous system?
  1. Which of the following choices is NOT true regarding reflexes?

  1. A lower motor neuron damage occurs will cause hyporeflexia?
  1. Which cranial nerve is associated or represents sensory information of most of the face, assists in innervating the muscles of mastication and is divided into three divisions?

  1. Which of the following choices is NOT an effect of the sympathetic nervous system?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding spinal nerves?

  1. The majority of the cranial nerves originate from the brain stem?
  1. Which type of sensory receptor will detect the sensation of pain?

  1. Which of the following choices is NOT an effect of the parasympathetic nervous system?

  1. A ganglia is a collection of nerve cell bodies within the peripheral nervous system?

  1. Referred pain is when the body perceives somatic pain as visceral pain?

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 A & P Module 9 Quiz

Ap1 Mod 9 quiz

  1. Olfactory tract damage would affect which of your special senses?

  1. Which choice is NOT true regarding the eye?

  1. What condition causes the lens to become defective due to clouding and leads to distorted vision?

  1. Which special sense does not depend on an organ with sensory hairs to assist in their function?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding vision and eye anatomy?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the special senses?

  1. The sclera is part of what layer of the eye?

  1. Myopia occurs when the refracted light (focal point) is focused in front of the retina?

  1. Movement of the cupula within the semicircular canals initiates the detection of acceleration or de-acceleration by moving the sensory hair cells?

  1. What structure does not have an effect on the refraction of light within the eye?

  1. Which statement is true regarding balance and equilibrium within the inner ear?
  1. An irregular shape of the cornea can cause blurred vision and is referred to as:

  1. When the sound waves are blocked or interfered with from ultimately reaching the inner ear and hearing is impaired, this is referred to as:

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the eye?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the ear and hearing?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 9 Quiz

Ap1 Mod 9 quiz

  1. Olfactory tract damage would affect which of your special senses?

  1. Which choice is NOT true regarding the eye?

  1. What condition causes the lens to become defective due to clouding and leads to distorted vision?

  1. Which special sense does not depend on an organ with sensory hairs to assist in their function?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding vision and eye anatomy?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the special senses?

  1. The sclera is part of what layer of the eye?

  1. Myopia occurs when the refracted light (focal point) is focused in front of the retina?

  1. Movement of the cupula within the semicircular canals initiates the detection of acceleration or de-acceleration by moving the sensory hair cells?

  1. What structure does not have an effect on the refraction of light within the eye?

  1. Which statement is true regarding balance and equilibrium within the inner ear?
  1. An irregular shape of the cornea can cause blurred vision and is referred to as:

  1. When the sound waves are blocked or interfered with from ultimately reaching the inner ear and hearing is impaired, this is referred to as:

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the eye?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the ear and hearing?

BSC 2346 A & P Module 10 Quiz

A&P1 Module 10 Test

  1. Which endocrine gland is associated with and directly responsible for increasing and/or decreasing blood sugar levels?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the adrenal glands?

  1. Which endocrine hormone is associated with influencing an individual’s circadian rhythm (sleep/wake cycle)?

  1. Which endocrine gland is associated with and directly responsible for producing hormones such as cortisol that influence the body’s stress response?

  1. Besides the major endocrine glands, there are other organs that secrete hormones such as the skin, kidney, and stomach?

  1. Which choice listed is true regarding the endocrine system?

  1. Which endocrine hormone is associated with directly decreasing blood sugar levels?

  1. Which endocrine hormone is associated with decreasing the blood calcium levels in the body?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the endocrine system?

  1. Which endocrine hormone is associated with prescription medications that are used to suppress the immune system and have anti-inflammation properties?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding endocrine system disorders?

  1. Which statement is true regarding the endocrine system?

metabolism

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding hypothyroidism and the thyroid gland?

  1. Which statement is true regarding blood calcium levels and the endocrine system?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding antidiuretic hormone (ADH)?

BSC 2346 Anatomy and Physiology Module 1 to 11 Quizzes: Midterm and Final Exam

BSC 2346 A & P Module 11 Final Exam

Anatomy & Physiology 1 FINAL

  1. A neurotransmitter bound to a postsynaptic neuron membrane will affect its permeability of certain ions that will either cause an increase OR decrease ability to initiate an action potential?

  1. The central nervous system provides neural integration of efferent information transmitted from the autonomic nervous system?

  1. The sense of taste depends upon the binding of food molecules dissolved in saliva onto sensory hair cells?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding neurons?

  1. The melanocytes are the most common cell in the epidermis and produce melanin?

  1. What statement is true regarding the eye?

  1. The nerve plexuses of the body allow for individual nerves to have axons from multiple nerve root levels?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the peripheral nervous system (PNS)?

  1. A tendon is a band of connective tissue that attaches and stabilizes one bone to another within a joint?

  1. What is not a symptom of diabetes mellitus?

  1. Which statement is correct regarding the dorsal horn of the spinal cord?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the special senses?

  1. Which eye condition best describes the vision impairment that occurs when individuals age and the lens becomes less flexibility which causes the refracted light to fall behind the retina?

  1. What is NOT true of aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration?

  1. This sensory region of the cerebrum is involved with the ability to understand written and spoken language?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the endocrine system?
  1. Grey matter of nerve tissue is a region or collection of nerve cell bodies whose main function is to transmit nerve impulses from one region of the nervous system to another?

  1. The cerebellum is primarily involved with conscious thought and emotions?

  1. This organelle is responsible for producing adenosine triphosphate (ATP)?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the special senses?

  1. The autonomic nervous system will innervate both internal organs and skeletal muscles?

 22.

The spiral organ contains hair cells that form action potentials when stimulated to allow for the sense of smell to occur?

  1. Peripheral neuropathy can cause damage to axons of peripheral nerves leading to dysfunction of the conduction of an action potential?

  1. Which endocrine hormone, in higher quantities, can suppress the function of the immune system and decrease inflammation of the body?

  1. Both aldosterone and antidiuretic hormones have indirect effects of increasing blood volume and blood pressure?

  1. Which statement is true regarding the neuron synapse?

  1. What statement is true regarding reflexes?

  1. Damage to a lower motor neuron can cause a positive Babinski’s sign?

  1. Which endocrine hormone influences the uterine contractions during pregnancy and stimulates breast milk ejection during breast-feeding?

  1. Hyperthyroidism is commonly caused by insufficient amounts of the element iodine within the body?           B) False
  1. Which region of the brain stem is associated with nuclei centers that control various autonomic activities such as sneezing, coughing and respiration rate?

  1. Which of the following is NOT necessary for muscle contraction to occur?

  1. Which statement is true regarding action potentials?

  1. Which type of neuroglia cell forms myelin sheaths on axons within the peripheral nervous system?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding myelin sheaths?

  1. One of the main functions of the gyri and sulci is to allow for increased surface area of the cerebral cortex?

  1. Which endocrine hormone is involved with increasing the blood calcium levels of the body?

  1. What sense organ allows for detection of the position of the head in the gravitational field?

  1. The parasympathetic nervous system is a branch of the somatic efferent peripheral nervous system while the sympathetic is a branch of the viscera efferent peripheral nervous system?

  1. Blockage of the auditory (Eustachian) tube can result in conductive hearing loss?

  1. This endocrine hormone is stored in the posterior pituitary and increases the amount of water reabsorbed in the kidneys increasing blood pressure and blood volume?

  1. What is not a function of cerebrospinal fluid?

  1. What statement is NOT true of epiphyseal plates?

  1. The spinal cord travels from the foramen magnum of the occipital bone down to the sacrum region?

  1. What is NOT true of the ciliary body and ciliary processes of the eye?

  1. Which cranial nerve is not involved in motor control of eye movement?

  1. Addison’s disease is due to increased amounts of cortisol being secreted?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the meninges and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)?
  1. A dermatome is associated with a specific cranial nerve that innervates the body’s skin?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding a spinal (peripheral) nerve?

  1. This type of bone cell will breakdown the matrix of the bone tissue and release calcium into the bloodstream?

  1. Which statement is NOT true of dendrites?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding skeletal muscle tissue?

  1. Which statement is true regarding the white matter of the spinal cord?

  1. What statement is NOT true of otitis media?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the CNS?

  1. What is NOT a symptom of hypothyroidism?
  1. Which of the following is not an effect of the parasympathetic nervous system?

  1. Red bone marrow is only found in spongy bone and is involved in hemopoiesis?

  1. Both the epidermis and dermis contain blood vessels?

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BSC 2346 LAB A & P Module 11 Final Exam

 AP1 final exam

  1. The pointer is demonstrating and highlighting which anatomical structure?
  1. The pointer (the one that the arrow is directed to) is demonstrating and highlighting which nerve?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is point to which bone?

  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which bone?
  1. The red marker is placed within which back muscle on the cat specimen?
  1. The red marker is placed within which muscle on the cat specimen?
  1. The star is located on which anatomical structure?
  1. The star is located on which anatomical structure?
  1. The red marker (NOT the blue or green) is placed within which leg muscle on the cat specimen?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which bone?

  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointing to which specific anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is point to what specific anatomical structure?
  2. The arrow is pointing on which specific bone?
  1. The star is located on which bone?
  1. The star is located on which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointing to which bone?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The star is found on which muscle?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The green marker is placed within which leg muscle on the cat specimen?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?

  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The point is demonstrating and highlighting which nerve?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The star is located on which anatomical structure?
  1. The star is located on which muscle?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The star is located on which muscle?
  2. The star is located on which bone?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red marker is placed within which muscle on the cat specimen?
  1. The arrow is point to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The arrow is pointed to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red marker (NOT the blue or green) is placed within which leg muscle on the cat specimen?
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