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1) In what cavity would you find pseudostratified columnar a) Pelvic cavity b) Dorsal cavity c) Thoracic cavity d) Abdominal cavity

e) Cranial cavity
.

2) Which of the following are NOT the same or part of the same organelle? a) Endoplasmic reticulum b) Terminal Cisterns c) All the options are or are part of the d) T-tubules same organelle e) Sarcoplasmic reticulum
.

3) Which region of the abdomen is inferior and medial to the left hypochondriac region? a) left lumbar region b) hypogastric region c) epigastric region d) right hypochondriac region e) left iliac region
.

4) Which part of the ear is NOT a part of the middle ear? a) tympanic membrane b) semicircular canals c) eustachian tube d) oval window e) ear ossicles
.

5) Which glial cells myelinate nerves a) oligodendrocytes c) enendymal cells e) schwann cells
.

b) astrocytes d) microglia

6) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the sympathetic nervous system? a) have collateral ganglia b) innervate the rami communicantes c) all are characteristics of the sympathetic nervous system d) innervate the adrenal gland e) have splanchnic nerves
.

7) Which region of the gray matter of the spinal cord would relay voluntary muscle movement? a) dorsolateral horns b) ventral horns c) dorsoventral horns d) dorsal horns e) all of these options
.

8) Which glands are epidermal derivatives? a) sweat c) all of the options e) ceruminous
.

b) mammary d) sebaceous

9) Which muscle flexes arms forward? a) Biceps brachii c) Triceps brachii e) Pectoralis major
.

b) Latissimus dorsi d) Brachialis

10) Whic layer of the epidermis is only found in the palms of the hand and soles of the feet a) stratum basale b) stratum granulosum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum corneum e) stratum lucidum
.

11) Which of the following is an example of a fibrous joint? a) synovial b) symphysis c) synarthrotic d) synchondrosis e) suture
.

12) Which step of tissue repair requires macrophages to remove injured tissue and debris? a) regeneration b) elongation c) inflammation d) organization e) none of these options
.

13) Which step in excitation is chemically regulated? a) The release of Ca via the endoplasmic reticulum b) none of these options c) The influx of calcium into the axon terminal d) The release of Ach via exocytosis e) The transmission of an action potential in the triad
.

14) Which tissue is hydrophobic? a) adipose c) brown fat e) areolar


.

b) yellow fat d) all options except 1

15) Which of the following cells of the epidermis contain pigment a) macrophages b) keratinocytes c) melanocytes d) none of these options e) dendritic cells
.

16) Whic of the following does NOT lead to stiffening (contraction) of muscles? a) all of these options lead to stiffening b) myasthenia gravis of muscles c) excitation/contraction d) Rigor mortis e) Tetanus
.

17) Which plexus contains the median nerve? a) sacral plexus c) brachial plexus e) cervical plexus
.

b) lumbar plexus d) thoracic nerves

18) Which type of neurons only carry sensory info for TPPT? a) Multipolar b) Bipolar c) What is TPPT? d) Unipolar
.

19) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of epithelial tissue? a) Are mitogenic b) Have lots of extracellular space c) Have tight junctions, gap junctions, d) Have a basement membrane or desmosomes e) Top layer dies
.

20) Which tract is NOT a descending tract of the spinal cord? a) reticulospinal b) All of these options are not descending tracts c) tectospinal d) corticospinal e) vestibulospinal
.

21) Which of the following does not represent a response from sympathetic nervous system? a) the globus sensation b) normal defacation c) dilation of pupils d) pooping your pants when you get scared e) running till you throw up
.

22) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the integumentary system? a) contains melanin b) excretes waste c) is not an organ d) makes vitamin D e) contains sensory input
.

23) Which fascia layer covers individual cells? a) epimysium c) perineurium e) epineurium
.

b) none of these options d) perimysium

24) What type of glands secrete a portion of the cell? a) merocrine glands b) swerat glands c) apocrine glands d) holocrine glands e) oil glands
.

25) Which of the following is not a characteristic of connective tissue? a) are not highly vascularized (except cartilage) b) are held together via matrix c) Have lots of extracellular space d) arise from a common embryonic tissue e) arise from the mesenchyme
.

26) Which of the following energy sources will NOT be used when sprinting for 30 seconds a) ATP from aerobic respiration b) Creatine phosphate c) glucose stored in muscles d) glucose stored in bloodstream e) ATP storage on myosin heads
.

27) Which of the following are not leukocytes a) neutrophils c) eosinophils e) lymphocytes
.

b) basophils d) thrombocytes

28) Which ligament/tendon is NOT in the shoulder joint a) rotator cuff tendons b) anterior cruciate ligament c) glenohumeral ligaments d) biceps tendon e) coracohumeral ligament
.

29) What structure of the ear is made of elastic cartilage? a) the pinna b) the eustachian tube c) tympanic membrane d) the cochlea e) the vestibulocochlear nerve
.

30) Which is NOT a characteristic of the parasympathetic nervous system? a) rest and digest b) craniosacral origin c) terminal ganglia near the effector d) most effectors are in the vagus nerve cells e) short preganglionic axons
.

31) Whic cranial nerves do NOT innervate extrinsic eye muscles? a) optic b) oculomotor c) abducens d) all of these innervate extrinsic eye muscles e) trochlear
.

32) Which muscle is involved in elevation of the shoulders? a) biceps brachii b) none of these options c) trapezius d) rectus abdominus e) pronator teres
.

33) Which of the following is NOT a function of the IPMPs? a) Tight Junctions b) Gap junctions c) Bind to substances and transport d) Cell identity in/out of cell e) Desmosomes
.

34) What part of a neuron do graded potentials occur on? a) axon b) axon terminal c) all of these options but two d) dendrites e) cell body
.

35) Which phase of a muscle twitch coincides with the ratcheting of actin and myosin? a) relaxation b) this question is too easy c) regeneration d) latent period e) contraction
.

36) Which position of the myosin heads is low energy configuration? a) powerstroke b) crossbridge formation c) detachment d) all of these options e) cocked position
.

37) A transverse cut that goes through thoracic vertebrae could possibly cut through which cavity? a) thoracic cavity b) all of these cavities c) dorsal cavity d) abdominal cavity e) ventral cavity
.

38) Which of the following tissues are NOT found in every synovial joint? a) ligaments b) irregular dense connective tissue c) fibrocartilage d) hyaline cartilage e) dense connective tissue
.

39) Which type of tissue is used for movement? a) unstriated contractile tissue b) epithelial tissue c) striated contractile tissue with d) simple cuboidal intercalated discs e) voluntary striated contractile tissue
.

40) What is the correct order from superficial to deep a) dermis, epidermis, muscle b) epidermis, dense connective tissue, dermis c) stratum corneum, basale, granulosum d) stratum basale, granulosum, corneum e) stratum granulosum, spinosum, basale
.

41) Which of the following involve voltage gated channels? a) influx of Ca at the neuromuscular junction b) all of these options except 1 c) depolarization d) restoration e) repolarization
.

42) Which structure of hair has large cells and air spaces? a) Arrector pili muscle b) cortex c) cuticle d) papilla e) medulla
.

43) Which of a) Flow c) Flow e) Flow


.

the following would require active transport? of sodium into the cell b) Flow of calcium into the cell of chlorine out of the cell d) Aall of these options except 1 of potassium out of the cell

44) What type of muscle opposes or steadies the movements of other muscles? a) fixators b) antagonists c) immobilizers d) prime movers e) synergists
.

45) How many cranial nerves and how many spinal nerves are there? a) these are all the same thing you b) 12 pairs/62 total idiot! c) 12 pairs/31 pairs d) 24 total/62 total e) 24 total/31 pairs
.

46) Which part of excitation/contraction does not lead to calcium being released via the endoplasmic reticulum? a) The influx of calcium into the axon terminal b) The binding of calcium to troponin/tropomyosin c) Binding of Ach to receptors d) All of these options e) The release of Ach accross the synaptic cleft
.

47) Which of the components of the lipid bilayer make up 20% of its composition? a) cholesterol b) glycolipids c) sphingolipids d) phospholipids e) protein complexes
.

48) In what structure of the neuron does a graded response start an action potential? a) axon terminal b) cell body c) dendrites d) axon hillock
.

49) Which facial muscle is responsible for frowning? a) orbicularis oris b) temporalis c) corrugator d) epicranius e) buccinator
.

50) Which hearing condition is a feeling of dizziness? a) otitus media b) snsorineural deafness c) tinnitus d) vertigo e) conduction deafness
.

51) If an IPSP and an EPSP occur at the same time at the same strength what is the net change in charge? a) double b) none c) half
.

52) Which cranial nerves form plexuses? a) C1-C8 c) S1-S5 e) T1-T12


.

b) L1-L5 d) cranial nerves do not form plexuses

53) Where is multi-unit smooth muscle found? a) all of these options but 1 b) muscle in the airways to the lungs c) iris d) muscles of large arteries e) arrector pili
.

54) Which region of the brain is involved in reflexes? a) corpora quadrigemina b) tectum c) inferior colliculi d) all of these options e) medulla oblongata
.

55) Which epithelial tissue has the function of diffusion? a) stratified cuboidal b) stratified squamous c) simple cuboidal d) simple squamous e) transitional
.

56) Which of the following can be used to study cytology? a) Ultrasound b) X-ray c) Half of these options d) Scanning electron microscope e) Transmission electron microscope
.

57) Which structure of the eye creates a blind spot? a) macla lutea b) lens c) retina d) optic disc e) anterior chamber
.

58) What region of the brain contains the primary motor cortex? a) the temporal lobe b) the occipital lobe c) the postcentral gyrus d) the precentral gyrus e) The central gyrus
.

59) Which serous membrane covers the lungs a) parietal pericardium b) visceral pericardium c) visceral pleura d) parietal periotineum e) visceral perotineum
.

60) Which of the following is NOT a type of connective tissue? a) hyaline b) erythrocytes c) neurons d) tendons e) bone
.

61) Which region of the brain involves survival behaviors? a) broca's area b) pons c) thalamus d) medulla oblongata e) hypothalamus
.

62) Which of the follwing controls the pitch? a) pressure waves c) decibels
.

b) amplitude d) frequency

63) Which receptors do NOT have free nerve endings? a) nociceptors b) thermoreceptors c) mechanoreceptors d) nonencapsulated
.

64) Which of the following is NOT true about bone a) contains calcium salts b) fundamental units are osteon and trabeculae c) most abundant fiber is collagen d) is vascularized e) contains multiple osteocytes per lacunae
.

65) Which of the following has varicosities a) striated muscle c) voluntary muscle e) cardiac muscle
.

b) unstriated muscle d) muscle with intercalated discs

66) Whic of the following is NOT active transport? a) countertransport b) endocytosis c) cotransport d) facilitated diffusion e) exocytosis
.

67) Which of the follwing is NOT true about synovial fluid? a) contains blood vessels b) has immune function c) It reduces friction d) provides nourishment e) It compresses
.

68) Which of the following does NOT happen during contraction of the myofibril? a) The H-zone gets smaller till it disappears b) The I-bands lengthen c) A-bands move closer together d) The distance between z-lines shortens e) A-bands remain the same length
.

69) Which of the following can be used to study organ systems? a) Gross anatomy b) All of the options c) X-ray d) CT-scan e) MRI
.

70) What is true about treppe or wave summation? a) Wave summation is the same as complete tetanus b) In wave summation the stimuli are variable c) Increasing the frequency of stimlulation will lead to treppe d) In treppe the stimuli increase in strength e) The muscle is allowed to completely relax before stimulation in treppe
.

1) In what cavity would you find pseudostratified columnar a) Pelvic cavity b) Dorsal cavity c) Thoracic cavity d) Abdominal cavity e) Cranial cavity
.

2) Which of the following are NOT the same or part of the same organelle? a) Endoplasmic reticulum b) Terminal Cisterns c) All the options are or are part of the d) T-tubules same organelle e) Sarcoplasmic reticulum
.

3) Which region of the abdomen is inferior and medial to the left hypochondriac region? a) left lumbar region b) hypogastric region c) epigastric region d) right hypochondriac region e) left iliac region
.

4) Which part of the ear is NOT a part of the middle ear? a) tympanic membrane b) semicircular canals c) eustachian tube d) oval window e) ear ossicles
.

5) Which glial cells myelinate nerves a) oligodendrocytes c) enendymal cells e) schwann cells
.

b) astrocytes d) microglia

6) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the sympathetic nervous system? a) have collateral ganglia b) innervate the rami communicantes c) all are characteristics of the sympathetic nervous system d) innervate the adrenal gland e) have splanchnic nerves
.

7) Which region of the gray matter of the spinal cord would relay voluntary muscle movement? a) dorsolateral horns b) ventral horns c) dorsoventral horns d) dorsal horns e) all of these options
.

8) Which glands are epidermal derivatives? a) sweat c) all of the options e) ceruminous
.

b) mammary d) sebaceous

9) Which muscle flexes arms forward? a) Biceps brachii c) Triceps brachii e) Pectoralis major
.

b) Latissimus dorsi d) Brachialis

10) Whic layer of the epidermis is only found in the palms of the hand and soles of the feet a) stratum basale b) stratum granulosum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum corneum e) stratum lucidum
.

11) Which of the following is an example of a fibrous joint? a) synovial b) symphysis c) synarthrotic d) synchondrosis e) suture
.

12) Which step of tissue repair requires macrophages to remove injured tissue and debris? a) regeneration b) elongation c) inflammation d) organization e) none of these options
.

13) Which step in excitation is chemically regulated? a) The release of Ca via the endoplasmic reticulum b) none of these options c) The influx of calcium into the axon terminal d) The release of Ach via exocytosis e) The transmission of an action potential in the triad
.

14) Which tissue is hydrophobic? a) adipose c) brown fat e) areolar


.

b) yellow fat d) all options except 1

15) Which of the following cells of the epidermis contain pigment a) macrophages b) keratinocytes c) melanocytes d) none of these options e) dendritic cells
.

16) Whic of the following does NOT lead to stiffening (contraction) of muscles? a) all of these options lead to stiffening b) myasthenia gravis of muscles c) excitation/contraction d) Rigor mortis e) Tetanus
.

17) Which plexus contains the median nerve? a) sacral plexus c) brachial plexus e) cervical plexus
.

b) lumbar plexus d) thoracic nerves

18) Which type of neurons only carry sensory info for TPPT? a) Multipolar b) Bipolar c) What is TPPT? d) Unipolar
.

19) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of epithelial tissue? a) Are mitogenic b) Have lots of extracellular space c) Have tight junctions, gap junctions, d) Have a basement membrane or desmosomes e) Top layer dies
.

20) Which tract is NOT a descending tract of the spinal cord? a) reticulospinal b) All of these options are not descending tracts c) tectospinal d) corticospinal e) vestibulospinal
.

21) Which of the following does not represent a response from sympathetic nervous system? a) the globus sensation b) normal defacation c) dilation of pupils d) pooping your pants when you get scared e) running till you throw up
.

22) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the integumentary system? a) contains melanin b) excretes waste c) is not an organ d) makes vitamin D e) contains sensory input
.

23) Which fascia layer covers individual cells? a) epimysium b) none of these options c) perineurium d) perimysium e) epineurium
.

24) What type of glands secrete a portion of the cell? a) merocrine glands b) swerat glands c) apocrine glands d) holocrine glands e) oil glands
.

25) Which of the following is not a characteristic of connective tissue? a) are not highly vascularized (except cartilage) b) are held together via matrix c) Have lots of extracellular space d) arise from a common embryonic tissue e) arise from the mesenchyme
.

26) Which of the following energy sources will NOT be used when sprinting for 30 seconds a) ATP from aerobic respiration b) Creatine phosphate c) glucose stored in muscles d) glucose stored in bloodstream e) ATP storage on myosin heads
.

27) Which of the following are not leukocytes a) neutrophils c) eosinophils e) lymphocytes
.

b) basophils d) thrombocytes

28) Which ligament/tendon is NOT in the shoulder joint a) rotator cuff tendons b) anterior cruciate ligament c) glenohumeral ligaments d) biceps tendon e) coracohumeral ligament
.

29) What structure of the ear is made of elastic cartilage? a) the pinna b) the eustachian tube c) tympanic membrane d) the cochlea e) the vestibulocochlear nerve
.

30) Which is NOT a characteristic of the parasympathetic nervous system? a) rest and digest b) craniosacral origin c) terminal ganglia near the effector d) most effectors are in the vagus nerve cells e) short preganglionic axons
.

31) Whic cranial nerves do NOT innervate extrinsic eye muscles? a) optic b) oculomotor c) abducens d) all of these innervate extrinsic eye muscles e) trochlear
.

32) Which muscle is involved in elevation of the shoulders? a) biceps brachii b) none of these options c) trapezius d) rectus abdominus e) pronator teres
.

33) Which of the following is NOT a function of the IPMPs? a) Tight Junctions b) Gap junctions c) Bind to substances and transport d) Cell identity in/out of cell e) Desmosomes
.

34) What part of a neuron do graded potentials occur on? a) axon b) axon terminal c) all of these options but two d) dendrites e) cell body
.

35) Which phase of a muscle twitch coincides with the ratcheting of actin and myosin? a) relaxation b) this question is too easy c) regeneration d) latent period e) contraction
.

36) Which position of the myosin heads is low energy configuration? a) powerstroke b) crossbridge formation c) detachment d) all of these options e) cocked position
.

37) A transverse cut that goes through thoracic vertebrae could possibly cut through which cavity? a) thoracic cavity b) all of these cavities c) dorsal cavity d) abdominal cavity e) ventral cavity
.

38) Which of the following tissues are NOT found in every synovial joint? a) ligaments b) irregular dense connective tissue c) fibrocartilage d) hyaline cartilage e) dense connective tissue
.

39) Which type of tissue is used for movement? a) unstriated contractile tissue b) epithelial tissue c) striated contractile tissue with d) simple cuboidal intercalated discs e) voluntary striated contractile tissue
.

40) What is the correct order from superficial to deep a) dermis, epidermis, muscle b) epidermis, dense connective tissue, dermis c) stratum corneum, basale, granulosum d) stratum basale, granulosum, corneum e) stratum granulosum, spinosum, basale
.

41) Which of the following involve voltage gated channels? a) influx of Ca at the neuromuscular junction b) all of these options except 1 c) depolarization d) restoration e) repolarization
.

42) Which structure of hair has large cells and air spaces? a) Arrector pili muscle b) cortex c) cuticle d) papilla e) medulla
.

43) Which of the following would require active transport? a) Flow of sodium into the cell b) Flow of calcium into the cell c) Flow of chlorine out of the cell d) Aall of these options except 1 e) Flow of potassium out of the cell
.

44) What type of muscle opposes or steadies the movements of other muscles? a) fixators b) antagonists c) immobilizers d) prime movers e) synergists
.

45) How many cranial nerves and how many spinal nerves are there? a) these are all the same thing you b) 12 pairs/62 total idiot! c) 12 pairs/31 pairs d) 24 total/62 total e) 24 total/31 pairs
.

46) Which part of excitation/contraction does not lead to calcium being released via the endoplasmic reticulum? a) The influx of calcium into the axon terminal b) The binding of calcium to troponin/tropomyosin c) Binding of Ach to receptors d) All of these options e) The release of Ach accross the synaptic cleft
.

47) Which of the components of the lipid bilayer make up 20% of its composition? a) cholesterol b) glycolipids c) sphingolipids d) phospholipids e) protein complexes
.

48) In what structure of the neuron does a graded response start an action potential? a) axon terminal b) cell body c) dendrites d) axon hillock
.

49) Which facial muscle is responsible for frowning? a) orbicularis oris b) temporalis c) corrugator d) epicranius e) buccinator
.

50) Which hearing condition is a feeling of dizziness? a) otitus media b) snsorineural deafness c) tinnitus d) vertigo e) conduction deafness
.

51) If an IPSP and an EPSP occur at the same time at the same strength what is the net change in charge? a) double b) none c) half
.

52) Which cranial nerves form plexuses? a) C1-C8 c) S1-S5 e) T1-T12


.

b) L1-L5 d) cranial nerves do not form plexuses

53) Where is multi-unit smooth muscle found? a) all of these options but 1 b) muscle in the airways to the lungs c) iris d) muscles of large arteries e) arrector pili
.

54) Which region of the brain is involved in reflexes? a) corpora quadrigemina b) tectum c) inferior colliculi d) all of these options e) medulla oblongata
.

55) Which epithelial tissue has the function of diffusion? a) stratified cuboidal b) stratified squamous c) simple cuboidal d) simple squamous e) transitional
.

56) Which of the following can be used to study cytology? a) Ultrasound b) X-ray c) Half of these options d) Scanning electron microscope e) Transmission electron microscope
.

57) Which structure of the eye creates a blind spot? a) macla lutea b) lens c) retina d) optic disc e) anterior chamber
.

58) What region of the brain contains the primary motor cortex? a) the temporal lobe b) the occipital lobe c) the postcentral gyrus d) the precentral gyrus e) The central gyrus
.

59) Which serous membrane covers the lungs a) parietal pericardium b) visceral pericardium c) visceral pleura d) parietal periotineum e) visceral perotineum
.

60) Which of the following is NOT a type of connective tissue? a) hyaline b) erythrocytes c) neurons d) tendons e) bone
.

61) Which region of the brain involves survival behaviors? a) broca's area b) pons c) thalamus d) medulla oblongata e) hypothalamus
.

62) Which of the follwing controls the pitch? a) pressure waves c) decibels
.

b) amplitude d) frequency

63) Which receptors do NOT have free nerve endings? a) nociceptors b) thermoreceptors c) mechanoreceptors d) nonencapsulated
.

64) Which of the following is NOT true about bone a) contains calcium salts b) fundamental units are osteon and trabeculae c) most abundant fiber is collagen d) is vascularized e) contains multiple osteocytes per lacunae
.

65) Which of the following has varicosities a) striated muscle c) voluntary muscle e) cardiac muscle
.

b) unstriated muscle d) muscle with intercalated discs

66) Whic of the following is NOT active transport? a) countertransport b) endocytosis c) cotransport d) facilitated diffusion e) exocytosis
.

67) Which of the follwing is NOT true about synovial fluid? a) contains blood vessels b) has immune function c) It reduces friction d) provides nourishment e) It compresses
.

68) Which of the following does NOT happen during contraction of the myofibril? a) The H-zone gets smaller till it disappears b) The I-bands lengthen c) A-bands move closer together d) The distance between z-lines shortens e) A-bands remain the same length
.

69) Which of the following can be used to study organ systems? a) Gross anatomy b) All of the options c) X-ray d) CT-scan e) MRI
.

70) What is true about treppe or wave summation? a) Wave summation is the same as complete tetanus b) In wave summation the stimuli are variable c) Increasing the frequency of stimlulation will lead to treppe d) In treppe the stimuli increase in strength e) The muscle is allowed to completely relax before stimulation in treppe
.