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Anatomy

How much do you know about what goes on in your own body? Put your knowedge to the test! 15 Questions.

 
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1

How is oxygen transported in the blood?

  • It travels freely in the blood
  • It attaches to haemoglobin in the blood
  • It attaches to white blood cells

2

The shoulder is an example of which kind of joint?

  • Ball and Socket joint
  • Hinge joint
  • Pivot joint

3

What is Thermogenesis?

  • The process by which organ volumes are controlled in the body
  • The process by which glucose is broken down in the body
  • The process by which heat is generated in the body

4

Which of the following is responsible for the colour of your skin?

  • Keratin
  • Melanin
  • Collagen

5

Which mineral is necessary for the contraction of muscles?

  • Iron
  • Zinc
  • Calcium

6

How many pairs of ribs does a human have?

  • 10
  • 12
  • 14

7

Where is the Eustachian Tube found?

  • In the ear
  • In the throat
  • In the female reproductive system

8

Which of the following is considered a normal blood pressure in a healthy, resting adult?

  • 100/80
  • 120/80
  • 140/100

9

Where in the body would you find the Great Saphenous Vein?

  • The abdomen
  • The neck
  • The leg

10

Where in the body is the spleen located?

  • Behind and to the left of the stomach
  • Behind and to the right of the stomach
  • In front and to the right of the liver

11

How many Chromosomes does a human cell contain?

  • 23
  • 36
  • 46

12

Where are the Carpal bones found?

  • The hand
  • The foot
  • The face

13

Erythrocytes and Leucocytes are cells found in which kind of connective tissue?

  • Cartilage
  • Bone
  • Blood

14

By what name is the Patella more commonly known?

  • The collar bone
  • The knee cap
  • The shoulder blade

15

How many bones make up an adult human's skeleton?

  • 206
  • 256
  • 306

 

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