bone wars: quizzo

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Anatomy and Physiology
MIDTERM REVIEW: QUIZZO
THE RULES:

Work with your team to answer as many
questions as you can.
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You will have 20 seconds for each question.
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There will be a total of 4 timed rounds.
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You have the option to “double up” on one of
the rounds by checking the box at the bottom of
the page prior to turning it in.
ROUND ONE:
QUESTION 1:
 What
are the largest two sub-cavities
that the AXIAL portion of the body can
be divided into?
QUESTION 2:
 The
term which summarizes all ten of
the characteristics necessary for life
to continue is?
QUESTION 3:
 The
membrane that rests on the
surface of the abdomen is known as
the ______________________?
QUESTION 4:
 List
two substances that make up the
bone matrix.
QUESTION 5:
 Put
the following terms in order from
simplest to most complex:
Atom, cell, molecule, organ, organ
system, organelle, tissue, organism
QUESTION 6:
 Which
body system (besides the
circulatory) is unable to function
without the skeletal system?
QUESTION 7:
 Which
cellular organelle is
responsible for releasing energy
stored in sugar molecules?
QUESTION 8:
A
part of the body that is closer to the
head is said to be _________; a part
of the body that is closer to the edges
is said to be ____________.
QUESTION 9:
 Which
two body systems help to
maintain homeostasis, regulating
nearly all body processes?
QUESTION 10:
 What
are three possible functions of
epithelial tissues?
END OF ROUND ONE…
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ROUND TWO:
QUESTION 1:
 Fibrous
connective tissue primarily
makes up what two structures?
QUESTION 2:
 Smooth
muscle can be found where
in the human body?
QUESTION 3:
 What
type of gland is likely to cause
acne if it is overactive?
QUESTION 4:
 The
appendix is found in which region
of the abdomen? (Be specific!)
QUESTION 5:
 What
type of cells are most likely to
develop skin cancer?
QUESTION 6:
 What
system helps to maintain the pH
and electrolyte balance in the blood,
removing nitrogen-based wastes from
the body?
QUESTION 7:
 Why
are the cells of cartilage so slow
to heal?
QUESTION 8:
 What
cellular organelle is responsible
for recycling old cell parts, removing
debris, and fighting off foreign
invaders?
QUESTION 9:
 As
cells move from the stratum
basale to the stratum corneum, what
is the name of the protein that
develops in them?
QUESTION 10:
 What
body cavity would you look
inside of to find the parietal
pericardium?
END OF ROUND TWO…
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ROUND THREE:
QUESTION 1 :
 Which
body system is responsible for
the creation of blood cells?
QUESTION 2:
 What
is the primary function of mucus
membranes?
QUESTION 3:
 The
antebrachial region is
__________________ to the acromial
region.
QUESTION 4:
 What
is the name of the resident cell
of cartilage?
QUESTION 5:
 Which
body system prevents
infection, helps to maintain body
temperature, and prevents the loss of
inorganic materials from the body?
QUESTION 6:
 Which
type of tissue has intercalated
discs and striations?
QUESTION 7:
 Little
Timmy has burned the fronts of
BOTH legs and the fronts of BOTH
arms in a bizarre cupcake factory
accident. How much of his body has
he burned?
QUESTION 8:
 What
are two reasons why a benign
tumor in the dorsal region is more
easily noticed than a benign tumor in
the ventral region?
QUESTION 9:
 What
substance is secreted to protect
the ends of freely-moving bones?
QUESTION 10:
 What
classification of connective
tissue is phagocytic (engulfing)?
END OF ROUND THREE…
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ROUND FOUR:
QUESTION 1:
 If
you had no sebaceous glands, what
would your skin look like?
QUESTION 2:
A
single layer of pancake-like cells
attached to a basement membrane
would be classified as what type of
tissue?
QUESTION 3:
 Which
body system includes the
thyroid, pancreas, and adrenal
glands?
QUESTION 4:
 What
cellular part creates ribosomes?
QUESTION 5:
 Which
classification of tissues (of the
four discussed in Ch. 5) is most likely
to become cancerous as it is
constantly exposed to pollutants and
carcinogens in the environment?
QUESTION 6:
 Which
two membrane systems protect
you from the coughs and sneezes of
your sickly spunky seat partner?
QUESTION 7:
 In
order for the life process of
RESPIRATION to take place, what two
things are needed from the
environment?
QUESTION 8:
 The
ears are _________ to the nose.
QUESTION 9:
 The
study of morphology is the study
of what?
QUESTION 10:
 What
are three possible physiological
responses of the body during
exercise?
END OF ROUND FOUR…
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