PCP Quiz 4

Question 1 of 25

The normal respiration rate for an infant is:





Question 2 of 25

Bile is produced by the:





Question 3 of 25

The digestive tract is restrained and prevented from tangling by a structure called the:





Question 4 of 25

An example of a biaxial joint allowing movement in two planes is (are) the:





Question 5 of 25

Most of the carbon dioxide in the blood is carried as:





Question 6 of 25

The respiratory cycle begins when the lungs have achieved normal expiration and the pressure inside the thoracic cavity:





Question 7 of 25

All of the following make up the lung parenchyma EXCEPT the:





Question 8 of 25

Which of the following is NOT one of the functions of cells?





Question 9 of 25

The cartilage separating the left and right nasal cavities is called the:





Question 10 of 25

Which of the following is the "gatekeeper" that slows the depolarization impulse and allows the ventricles time to fill?





Question 11 of 25

The coronary artery receives blood during:





Question 12 of 25

Which of the following hormones are responsible for increasing the blood calcium level?





Question 13 of 25

Growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) is secreted by the:





Question 14 of 25

Areas of the skin innervated by one root nerve are called:





Question 15 of 25

The portion of the brain that is responsible for fine motor movement, posture, and equilibrium is the:





Question 16 of 25

The mediastinum in bounded laterally by the ________, inferiorly by the ________, and superiorly by the ________.





Question 17 of 25

Which of the following divisions of the spinal column protects the urinary and reproductive organs?





Question 18 of 25

How many bones make up the vertebral column?





Question 19 of 25

The portion of the brainstem containing the cardiac, respiratory, and vasomotor centers is the:





Question 20 of 25

The MOST specialized muscle tissue is:





Question 21 of 25

A high concentration of hydrogen ions is referred to as:





Question 22 of 25

An ion with a positive charge is called a(n):





Question 23 of 25

The compartment containing the largest percentage of water in the human body is the:





Question 24 of 25

The organ system that virtually controls all body functions is the:





Question 25 of 25

The septum is the thin wall that divides the: