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Ball and socket joints, pivot joints, plane joints, and hinge joints are which type of joints?
Cardiac muscles exhibit which of these features?
Fill in the blank: The hepatic portal vein carries
____ blood from the
____ to the
On each side of the body, the brachiocephalic veins are formed by the union of which two veins?
Large lymphatic trunks unite to form which two main vessels of the lymphatic system?
Which of these is not a lymphoid organ?
Which of these is not a part of the central nervous system?
Which structure is not considered a part of the rib cage?
Which of these is known as the pacemaker of the heart?
Which valve is found between the left atrium and the left ventricle?
Which layer of the skin contains hair follicles, sweat glands, and nerves?
Which element is essential for the normal production of the hormone thyroxine?
Fill in the blanks:
Vitamin A, also known as
____, is a
____ vitamin. Its deficiency can lead to
Which of these is an example of protein-related malnutrition?
Food moves in the gastrointestinal tract by which of these processes?
What is the function of amylase in the body?
Which of these statements regarding the gastrointestinal tract is false?
What is the life span and final breakdown product of red blood cells?
Maturation and development of T cells takes place in which region?
Which of these statements is false regarding blood cells?
During inhalation, what changes occur in the diaphragm?
The volume of air that remains present in the lungs, even after forceful expiration/exhalation, is called
____ and is about
Which pyrimidine base is only found in RNA?
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is an autosomal recessive disorder. Knowing this information, what are the chances that a child will not have the recessive allele if both of his parents are carriers?
If someone is lying belly-down, their positioning is said to be what?
Which of these statements is true for boiling, but not true for evaporation?
How does an impurity affect the melting point and boiling point of a substance?
Which of these statements regarding isotopes is not true?
Which of these patterns of the periodic table is not correct?
Simple covalent compounds show which of the following properties?
The law of conservation of mass states that
What happens when a piece of zinc is placed in a copper(II) sulphate solution?
Which of these statements is correct?
What causes a moving body to resist a change in its state of motion?
A change in the gravitational field affects which property of a body?
Which of these groups of physical quantities consists only of scalars?
A body of mass 30 kg is traveling in space at a speed of 10 m/s. Given that the formula for kinetic energy is KE=0.5⋅m⋅v2, and m is mass and v is speed of an object, what is its kinetic energy?
A man of mass 60 kg, runs up the stairs of total height 5 meters in 4 seconds. How much power is exerted by the man? (Assume the acceleration due to gravity is 10m/s2.)
Which of these represents the correct order of some of the main energy changes that take place in a coal-fired power station after coal is ignited?
A large amount of energy is produced in the center of sun by which phenomenon?
Balance the following chemical equation by filling in the coefficients that should go in the blanks:
___ Na + ___ H2O → NaOH + H2
Which of these organs is made up of epithelial tissue?
The attached diagram shows four varieties of one type of tissue. Name the type of tissue and the four varieties.
Referring to the passage, tell why it was important that Gregor Mendel used a large number of plants in his experiments into genetics and heredity?
Gregor Mendel used pea plants to conduct experiments on genetics and heredity. He grew approximately 29,000 plants to study seven characteristics: flower color, seed texture, seed color, stem length, pod color, pod texture, and flower position. Mendel was able to demonstrate that these characteristics were passed from one generation to the next and that the offspring could inherit the characteristics from either one, or from both, of the parent plants.
Referring to this passage, what could Gregor Mendel conclude from the result of his experiment with green and yellow pea plants?
Pea plants can self-pollinate (sperm and eggs both come from the same plant) or they can cross-pollinate (sperm and eggs come from different plants). Gregor Mendel used this to study heredity. He found that if he took a plant that only produced yellow peas and crossed it with a plant that only produced green peas, all the offspring would only produce yellow peas.
On the other hand, if he left the offspring (all yellow pea plants) alone and let them self-pollinate, then the second generation had a ratio of 3:1 yellow to green pea plants. Thus, Mendel could demonstrate that some traits are “dominant” while others are “recessive.”
Carbohydrates are macromolecules that can be divided into three main types. Name the types of carbohydrates.
The autonomic nervous system can be divided into two branches. What are they?
In this diagram of the brain, some of the labels are missing. What should the labels be?
What set of signals is the vagus nerve responsible for conveying?
What name is given to the space between the axon of one neuron and the dendrite of the next?
Which of these is not regulated by the parasympathetic nervous system?
Which valves are responsible for the sound of the heartbeat?
What does the sympathetic portion of the autonomic nervous system control?
Which of the following organ systems has the purpose of producing movement through contraction?
An unknown element is found to contain 45 protons and an atomic mass of 64, what is its atomic number?
Which of these anatomical terms refers to the knee?
When animals eat, insulin is released from the pancreas, stimulating glucose uptake by the liver. When glucose levels drop, the pancreas reduces insulin release. This is an example of which mechanism for maintaining homeostasis?
Where does fertilization of an egg by a sperm cell occur?
What disorder results from a hypersensitivity of the immune system?
Which of the following is the result of bone marrow failure?
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