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BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

  1. What is NOT true regarding the hemostasis process within the body?

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the blood plasma protein albumin?

  1. Red blood cells have a lifespan of about 30-40 days?

  1. Which answer is true regarding the hormone stimulation of red blood cell production?

  1. What is NOT true regarding red blood cells?
  1. The heme group of hemoglobin consists of protein?
  1. What is NOT true regarding red blood cells?

  1. Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding someone whose blood is type AB?
  1. What type of white blood cell releases histamine and is normally the lowest in amount/volume of the white blood cells?

  1. What is NOT true regarding blood in general?
  1. What is NOT true regarding the hemostasis process?
  1. What statement is NOT true regarding blood plasma proteins?

  1. What type of white blood cell is most numerous and typically found increased with bacterial infections?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding blood typing?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding blood?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 2 Quiz

Anatomy and Physiology II Module 2 Quiz

  1. Which of the following is NOT true regarding the cardiac conduction system?

  1. Which statement is true regarding the heart?

  1. Trabeculae carneae are commonly found in the atria and ventricles?

  1. Which statement is NOT true regarding the heart?
  1. Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding the pathway of blood through the heart?
  1. The cardiac conduction system allows for the heart to contract in a very coordinated mechanism that is dependent upon the AV node to generate the electrical impulse.
  2. What statement is NOT true regarding cardiac tissue?

  1. The normal resting rate of the heart is set by the SA node but the overall heart rate can be influenced by the sympathetic nervous system.

  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the cardiac conduction system?

  1. For the heart to contract effectively, the right side of the heart contracts while the left side of the heart fills with blood and then the left side contracts while the right side of the heart fills with blood?

  1. The coronary arteries are branches off the pulmonary arteries that supply the heart the layers of the heart with blood.
  2. The contraction of the heart follows which sequence?

  1. The pericardium of the heart provides an ability of the heart to contract in a frictionless surface and consists of one thick connective tissue layer?

  1. What is true of the chordae tendineae?
  1. What statement is NOT true regarding the circuits of the body and the heart?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 3 Quiz

Anatomy & Physiology Module 3 Quiz

What is NOT true of the electrocardiogram (EKG)?

What is NOT true of the cardiac output?


Which statement is NOT true regarding the cardiac cycle?


Which statement is NOT true regarding the cardiac cycle?

Bradycardia will increase an individual’s overall stroke volume?

What statement is true regarding blood vessels?

What statement is NOT true regarding blood vessels?

Which statement is NOT true?

The electrocardiogram (EKG) graph/measurement is dependent upon the AV node generating the electrical impulse?

What statement is NOT true regarding the Frank-Starling Law of the Heart?

The SA node can influence cardiac output?

The cardiac conduction system causes the right atrium and right ventricle of the heart to contract at the same time, and then the left atrium and left ventricle contract at that same time?

What factor does NOT influence stroke volume?

Which statement is NOT true?


What statement is NOT true regarding blood pressure?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A &P II Module 4 Quiz

Anatomy & Physiology II Module 4 Quiz

  1. What is NOT true of the humoral and cellular immune defenses?

  1. Which is NOT a benefit to the inflammatory process?
  1. What is NOT true regarding the adaptable immune defenses?

  1. What is NOT true regarding humoral immunity?

  1. What is NOT true regarding inflammation?
  1. The antigen determinant, also known as epitope, is the location on an antigen that the immune system can recognize?

  1. What is NOT true of lymph nodes?
  1. What is true of the innate immune defenses?
  1. What is NOT true of a fever?

  1. What is NOT true of the lymphatic vessels?

  1. What is NOT true of the lymphatic system?

  1. What type of humoral immunity is generated when an individual receives a vaccine?
  1. The lymphatic system has a function/role in recovering fluid that is lost from the capillaries?

  1. What is true of cellular immunity?
  1. Phagocytes are cells that have the capability of engulfing other cells, including human and bacterial cells, along with cellular debris to digest and break down?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 6 Quiz

A&P II Module 6 Quiz

  1. What is NOT true regarding metabolism?

  1. What is NOT true regarding salvia?

  1. What is true of the gastric secretion process?

  1. What is true about proteins?
  1. What is NOT true regarding the liver, gallbladder and bile?
  1. What is NOT true about Carbohydrates?

  1. Which cell creates and secretes hydrochloric acid?
  1. The esophagus is anterior to the trachea?

  1. What is not an anatomical feature of the small intestine’s mucosa that increases its surface area?

  1. What is true regarding the digestive system?

  1. The uvula is a projection of the soft palate that assists in closing off the nasopharynx during chewing and swallowing?

  1. What is NOT found in gastric juices?

  1. What is true about essential nutrients?

  1. What is NOT true regarding the small and large intestine?

  1. What is NOT true of lipids?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 8 Quiz

A & P II Module 8 Quiz

  1. Blood pressure will increase with the increased reabsorption of sodium ions?
  1. Both hypokalemia and hyperkalemia can cause and lead to cardiac arrhythmias?
  1. If the carbon dioxide levels increase within the body, blood pH levels increase?

  1. Metabolic alkalosis can occur from a person vomiting excessively, which will result in a decrease of blood pH levels?

  1. Edema is abnormal accumulation of fluid that occurs within the cells?
  2. The extracellular fluid is about 2/3 of the overall body water content?

  1. If a condition causes an increase amount of carbonic acid due to an increase of carbon dioxide, the overall blood pH will decrease?

  1. Hypercalcemia will result in muscle spasm and tetany?
  1. A rise in plasma osmolality (an increase in electrolytes) will lead to an increase thirst sensation and increase of secretion of antidiuretic hormone (ADH)

  1. Hypernatremia can result from an increase of water intake?
  1. The renal system has the greatest influence on the acid-base balance within the body, but takes the longest time to make changes?
  1. Non-electrolyte solutes create positively or negatively charge ions in water?
  2. If the body is hyperventilating, releasing more carbon dioxide from the body than being produced, H+ion concentration will decrease?

  1. Solutes, especially electrolytes, can change the plasma osmolality that influences the movement of water?

  1. Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) hormone will cause an increase secretion of sodium ions of body resulting in a decrease of blood pressure.

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 9 Quiz

Anatomy & Physiology II Module 9 Quiz

  1. What is NOT true of the seminiferous tubules?

  1. The majority of semen content is composed of seminal vesicle fluid?

  1. What is NOT true of the epididymis?

  1. Gametes are diploid and include the sperm cells and egg cells.
  1. What is true of the male reproductive system?

  1. What is NOT true of the penis?

  1. What is NOT true of the male duct system?

  1. What is NOT true of the female reproductive system?

  1. After ovulation the corpus luteum is formed from the remaining granulosa cells.

  1. What is NOT true of ovulation?

11.The menstruation phase of the uterine cycle involves the breakdown of the functional layer (stratum functionalis) of the endometrium?

  1. What is NOT true of the uterus?

  1. What is true of the vagina?

  1. What is true of the female reproductive system?

  1. What is NOT true of the ovarian and uterine cycles?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 10 Quiz

Anatomy & Physiology II Module 10 Quiz

1.This is the term given to the mass of cells that contains trophoblast cells and an inner mass of cells that implants within the endometrium:

  1. What is NOT a change to a mother’s organ systems during pregnancy?
  1. This stage of the delivery is when crowning occurs?
  1. What best describes the umbilical vein?

  1. An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg implants outside of the endometrium and is rarely life threatening for the mother?
  1. Which hormone is involved for the stimulation and development of contractions to occur in the myometrium?
  1. Cortical reactions in the process of fertilization involves:

  1. This hormone spikes after the egg is fertilized, maintains the viability of the corpus luteum and tested for within at home pregnancy tests?

  1. The acrosomal reaction within fertilization involves:

  1. The process of capacitation within fertilization involves:

  1. What is NOT true of embryonic development?

  1. Most of the fetus’s organ systems are functional by 4-6 months; with this generalization, which system is not functional by this time frame, which can affect premature babies ability to survive without medical assistance?

  1. Fertilization usually occurs in the:

  1. Which of the following cannot pass through placental barriers?
  1. This is the term given to a fertilized egg?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A & P II Final

A&P II Final Exam

  1. Metabolic acidosis can occur from ingesting too many basic substances or from chronic vomiting stomach contents?
  1. Edema is the accumulation of fluid in the interstitial fluid, not the intracellular fluid?
  1. The vagina’s acidic pH is helpful for sperm to produce energy and be motile?
  2. Both hypernatremia and hyponatremia will lead to cardiac arrhythmias?
  3. This is the smallest region of the small intestine and receives the chyme, bile, and pancreatic juices?
  1. What is NOT a change in a female’s body during pregnancy?
  2. Luteinizing hormone within the female reproductive system directly influences what process?
  1. What is NOT true of the dilation phase of delivery?
  1. Atrial natriuretic peptide ultimately decreases blood pressure by increasing the excretion of sodium ions within the kidneys?

  1. What statement is NOT true of the testes?
  1. What is NOT true of the large intestine?

  1. The majority of chemical digestion occurs in which region of the digestion system?
  1. Only hypokalemia can lead to cardiac arrthmias?
  1. What is NOT an anatomical feature to the small intestine to allow for increased surface area?

  1. Capacitation must occur first for the acrosomal reaction to occur?

  1. What is NOT a function of lipids in our body?
  1. In healthy kidneys, what is not a common substance filtered out of the glomerulus?
  1. A vasectomy is a medical procedure where the epididymis is cut and the ends are cauterized to prevent the passage of sperm within the male reproductive system?
  1. The gallbladder’s role within the digestive system is to:
  2. The uterine cycle is regulated directly by follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone?
  3. The mouth allows for the processes of chemical and mechanical digestion?
  1. Embryonic development consists of the three germ layers forming and ultimately developing into all of the organs of the body.

  1. The acrosome of a sperm:
  1. Urine is mostly composed of:
  2. What part of the kidney filters the incoming blood?
  1. Respiratory alkalosis can be caused by:
  1. An egg is typically fertilized within the uterus of a female reproductive tract?
  2. Which of the following is not found within semen?

  1. Tubular secretion of the urine formation allows for larger substances, such as drugs, to be excreted from the body?
  1. The cervix is technically part of the vagina?
  1. Trans fat is the healthiest fat for the body?
  1. What is NOT true of lipid metabolism?
  2. Chemical digestion of proteins begins in which region of the digestive system?
  3. Vitamins and minerals can be used as an energy source if needed to be?
  1. If glomerular filtration rate (GFR) increases, overall blood volume will decrease?
  1. The cephalic phase of gastric secretion can be stimulated by the sight, taste or even smell of food?
  1. Luteinizing hormone within a male reproductive system directly influences testosterone production?

  1. If the breathing rate slowed and carbon dioxide levels increased within a body, the blood pH would:
  1. The secretory phase of the uterine cycle is when the endometrium starts to breakdown and is sloughed off through the cervix and vagina?
  1. The clitoris within a female is considered an erectile tissue?

  1. What is typically NOT seen in a healthy microscopic urine specimen observation?
  2. The extracellular fluid is about 1/3 of the overall body water content?

  1. The role of the liver in the digestive system is to:
  1. What type of cell produces hydrochloric acid within the gastric glands?
  1. What hormone has the most powerful effect on water reabsorption in the collecting ducts?
  1. What is true of fiber?
  2. The epididymis will allow:
  3. If the renal system increases its reabsorption of bicarbonate ions, an increase in the blood’s pH levels would occur?

  1. What is NOT true of the corpus luteum?
  1. What is NOT true about urine formation?
  1. Electrolyte solutes concentration can influence water movement and water content within cells?

  1. The walls of the ureters contain smooth muscle to assist with the passage of urine from the kidneys to the bladder?
  1. Hyponatremia is usually corrected by a decrease in antidiuretic hormone?

  1. What doesn’t the pancreas synthesize?
  1. What is true of the nephrons?
  1. The large majority of nutrient absorption occurs in which region of the digestive system?
  1. What is NOT true of the male and female urethras?
  1. The parasympathetic system will stimulate the digestive system activity and function?
  1. What substance or hormone would not lead to dehydration?
  1. Diuretics have what effect on the kidneys?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A & P II Final Lab

Anatomy & Physiology II Lab FINAL

  1. The red arrow is point to which region of the heart?
  1. The red arrow is point to which anatomical structure?

13. The red arrow is pointing at which anatomical structure?

  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which heart valve?
  2. The red arrow is pointing at which heart chamber?
  1. The red arrow is point to which layer of the heart?
  2. The red arrow is pointing at which heart chamber?
  1. The anatomical structure is pointing at which structure?

  1. The arrow is pointing to which structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which layer of the heart?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  3. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  3. The red arrows are pointing to which anatomical structure?
  4. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  3. The black arrow is pointing to which artery?
  4. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  5. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  6. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  7. The red arrows are pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The black arrow is pointing to which artery?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The black arrow is pointing to which artery?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  3. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  4. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
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  4. The red arrow is pointing to which structure?
  5. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

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  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?
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  2. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure (the larger structure is the large intestine)?
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BSC 2347 A & P II LAB MidTerm Quiz

  A & P II Mid-Term Quiz

This blood vessel returns blood superior to the heart back to the right atrium?

 In general, what blood cell is the largest?

Which statement best describes systole?

Which statement best describes diastole?

This blood vessel is located in the upper arm and is used in the measurement of blood pressure?

This type of blood is the universal recipient?

The pulmonary veins return oxygenated blood right atrium?

The ELISA test uses antigens and color reagent to identify a substance?

What pulse is stronger?

This vein is located primarily in the lower leg on the medial side that runs anterior the medial malleolus?

What is the major artery that supplies blood to the head and neck?

The Lub sound of the heart refers to:

The Dub sound of the heart refers to:

This artery is the first major branch of the abdominal aorta that passes through the groin region?

This artery is commonly used to measure the heart rate and is found in lateral portion of the lower arm in the anatomical position?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The left atrium receives blood from what blood vessel?

This blood vessel is located in the upper arm and is used in the measurement of blood pressure?

The black arrow is pointing to which blood vessel?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

 The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is point to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is point to which anatomical structure?


The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The red arrow is point to which region of the heart?

The arrow is pointing to which structure?

The red arrow is pointing at which heart chamber?

The red arrow is pointing at which heart chamber?

The red arrow is pointing at which heart chamber?

The red arrow is pointing to which layer of the heart?

The red arrow is point to which layer of the heart?


The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

  1. The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The anatomical structure is pointing at which structure?

The red arrow is pointing to which anatomical structure?

The black arrow is pointing to which artery?

The black arrow is pointing to which artery?

The black arrow is pointing to which artery?

BSC 2347 A & P II Module 1 to 10 Quizzes – Midterm and Final

BSC 2347 A & P II MidTerm Quiz

A & P II Mid-Term Quiz

  1. The pharynx assists in moistening and humidifying inhaled air?
  1. What is true of the intercalated discs?
  2. The exposure rate of a pathogen determines the effectiveness of innate defenses?

  1. What type of humoral immunity is generated when an individual receives an infection from another person?

  1. What is NOT a benefit to the inflammatory process?

  1. What is true of polycythemia?

  1. Cardiac output is measured by multiplying heart rate (per minute) by breathing rate (per minute)?

  1. The right atrium and right ventricle will contract first, then the left atrium and ventricle contract?
  1. What is the secretion by the type II alveolar cells that prevent the lungs from collapsing between each breath by reducing surface tension?

  1. The nasal conchae assist in the filtering and moistening incoming air within the nasal cavity?

  1. The thoracic and pulmonary volumes can both increase?

  1. An abnormal clot formation within a blood vessel is referred to as:

  1. Type O blood is the universal recipient blood type?
  1. What is true of gas exchange within the lungs?
  1. Humoral immunity involves the production of antibodies that will attack any and all bacteria or viruses?

  1. As the inspiratory muscles contract, the thoracic volume increases leading to an increase of pulmonary volume, which decreases the intrapulmonary pressure.

  1. What is NOT true of erythrocytes?

  1. What is true of cellular immunity?
  1. For expiration to occur, the intrapulmonary pressure has to:

  1. What is true of thrombocytopenia?

  1. What is NOT true about the breathing process?

  1. What is NOT true of the hemostasis process?
  1. What is the most numerous type of leukocyte?

  1. What type of plasma protein plays a role within maintaining plasma osmotic pressure, blood pressure and is the most numerous?

  1. Cardiac output is the amount of blood ejected from both ventricles with each contraction?
  1. Antibodies are specific to one type of epitope?

  1. What factor will not directly affect stroke volume?

  1. What is NOT true regarding the heart valves?

  1. What is NOT true regarding the larynx?

  1. What statement is NOT true of veins?

  1. What portion of the EKG wave pertains to the atria undergoing depolarization?

  1. What is NOT true of the trachea?

  1. This portion of the cardiac condution system controls the rate at which the heart contracts?

  1. The trachealis muscle is located on the posterior aspect of the trachea, facing the esophagus?

  1. The right lung has two lobes?
  1. Stroke volume is the measurement of:

  1. The bronchial tree allows the passage of inspired air to reach the alveolar sacs for gas exchange to occur?

  1. What anatomical structure ensures the heart valves only open and close in one direction?

  1. What term best describes the amount of air expelled from the lungs after a maximum inspiratory effort?

  1. Coagulation is the final step in the hemostasis process?

  1. T Helper cells are involved in cellular and humoral immunity activation?

  1. The primary role of the smooth muscle surrounding the bronchi is to provide structural support.

  1. Increased heart rate will increase the overall cardiac output?

  1. What portion of the EKG wave pertains ventricles contracting during the cardiac cycle?

  1. What is NOT a role of the nasal cavity?

  1. Only arteries undergo vasoconstriction and vasodilation?

  1. Oxygen and carbon dioxide gas exchange in the lungs occurs due to:
  1. The right atrium:

  1. Arterioles are the smallest form of an artery and is where gas exchange occurs?
  1. What is the correct pathway of the cardiac conduction system?
  1. What statement is true of capillaries?
  1. What is NOT true of the pleura of the lungs?
  1. What is NOT true regarding inflammation?

54. Anemia is classified and defined as the body being iron deficient?

  1. The left ventricle:

  1. What term best describes the normal amount of air that is brought into and out of the lungs during quiet or resting breathing?

  1. The visceral pleura is found attached to the inner surface of the ribs?

  1. What muscle is not considered a respiratory muscle?

  1. The pulmonary arteries contain deoxygenated blood?

  1. For inspiration to occur, intrapulmonary pressure must be higher than atmospheric pressure?
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