Anatomy and Physiology Test - 11

1. Smallest bone of human body?
2. How many temporary teeth in a child?
3. Exchange of phase between blood and cell is known as
4. The organ which plays an important role in production of sound is known as
5. Which hormone is also known as vasopressin
6. Which gland play's a vital role in responding to stress-
7. Which of the following are functions of epithelial tissue?
8. Which is the most abundant tissue in the human body?
9. Which tissue type has the greatest capacity to regenerate?
10. The ‘p’ wave on the electrocardiogram corresponds to:
11. Which valve prevents the backwards flow of blood in to the left atrium?
12. The effect of adrenaline on the heart includes:
13. Arteries that directly lead into capillaries are called:
14. Lack of Vitamin B12 results in:
15. The process of taking food into the digestive system is known as:
16. Which of these is NOT a constituent of saliva?
17. A client is receiving I/V fluid and develops tenderness, erythema and pain at the site. the nurse suspects which of the following?
18. Which paranasal sinus is found over the eyebrow?
19. How many lobes are there in the RIGHT LUNG?
20. The majority of the digestion processes take place in the