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Controls the body with chemical molecules called hormones
a) Nervous System
b) Endocrine System
c) Lymphatic System
d) Muscular System

Substance within the human body which accounts for 60-80% of body weight
a) Salt
b) Sugar
c) Bone
d) Water

Refers to structures closer to the surface of the body
a) Deep
b) Lateral
c) Superficial
d) Transverse

The heart is ________________ to the stomach
a) Anterior
b) Superior
c) Superficial
d) Inferior

What region of the body refers to the upper and lower limbs?
a) Appendicular
b) Axial
c) abdimnopelvic
d) Thoracic

System responsible for gas exchange between the atmosphere and the body
a) Circulatory
b) Respiratory
c) Muscular
d) Nervous

What region or cavity does the following structure belong to: brain?
a) Cranial
b) Thoracic
c) Cardial
d) Pelvic

The bicep is _________________ to the wrist
a) Medial
b) Inferior
c) Deep
d) Proximal

Which system do the following components belong to: arteries, veins, heart?
a) Cardiovascular
b) Endocrine
c) Nervous
d) Respiratory

These Bring about change (responses) within the body to maintain homeostasis
a) producers
b) consumers
c) effectors
d) receptors

Control system of the body; sends electrical impulses from one nerve to another
a) Lymphatic
b) Cardiovascular
c) Nervous
d) Endocrine

Which of the following is not an example of negative feedback mechanism?
a) control of glucose levels
b) blood pressure
c) childbirth

Consists of bones, ligaments, and cartilage; provides framework for muscle attachment; protects soft tissues; stores minerals
a) Lymphatic System
b) Bone System
c) Muscular System
d) Skeleton System

The stomach is ___________________ to the spine.
a) Medial
b) Anterior
c) Posterior
d) Proximal

Sensors within the body that provide information about specific conditions (stimuli)
a) Receptors
b) Effectors
c) Sensors
d) Cameras

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