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This body system is the fast-acting control system of the body
a) Nervous System
b) Lymphatic System
c) Endocrine System
d) None of these

This body system breaks down food into absorbable units that enter the blood
a) Respiratory System
b) Male Reproductive System
c) Cardiovascular System
d) Digestive System

This body system is composed of bone, cartilage, ligaments and tendons
a) Integumentary System
b) Skeletal System
c) Lymphatic System
d) Respiratory System

This level of structural organization is made up of different types of tissues
a) Chemical
b) Organismal
c) Organ
d) Cellular

Focuses on the functions of the body, often at the cellular or molecular level
a) Physiology
b) Anatomy
c) Structural Organization
d) None of these

The maintenance of a stable internal environment is termed
a) hematopoiesis.
b) homeostasis.
c) positive feedback mechanisms.
d) None of these

The endocrine system is
a) the body’s fastest-acting control center.
b) responsible for returning fluid to the circulatory system.
c) responsible for producing hormones.
d) the external covering of the body.

In the anatomical position, the body is
a) lying face up.
b) lying face down.
c) erect with feet parallel and arms at the sides with palms forward.
d) erect with feet parallel and arms hanging at the sides with palms facing backward.

Which of the following is an example of positive feedback mechanism?
a) A blood clot forms after a chef cuts her finger.
b) As calcium level rises in the blood, the excess calcium attaches itself to bone.
c) A runner completes a race, and her heartbeat slows to a normal level.
d) A soccer game begins, and the players’ respirations rise because of exercise exertion.

Which of the following activities represents an anatomical study?
a) making a section through the heart to observe its interior
b) testing the pituitary for hormone function
c) studying how the muscles contract
d) studying how the nerves conduct electrical impulses

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