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Question number: 1

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What part of the blood carries minerals, vitamins, sugar, and other foods to the body’s cells?

Blood Components

Blood Components

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a.

Plasma

b.

Red Blood corpuscles

c.

Platelets

d.

White blood corpuscles

e.

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Question number: 2

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The U-shaped bone present at the base of buccal cavity is called

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a.

Mandible

b.

Hyoid

c.

Zygomatic

d.

Maxilla

e.

None of the above

Question number: 3

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In the accompanying diagram of urine formation, identify A, B, C and D.

Diagram of urine formation

Diagram of Urine Formation

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a.

A Bowman’s capsule, B Loop of Henle, C Distal tubule, D Proximal tubule

b.

A Renal pyramid, B Bowman’s capsule, C Proximal tubule, D Distal tubule

c.

A Bowman’s capsule, B Glomerulus, C Loop of Henle, D Distal tubule

d.

A Glomerulus, B Loop of Henle, C Proximal convoluted tubule, D Distal convoluted tubule

e.

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Question number: 4

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In humans, cleavage begins in the

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a.

Oviduct

b.

Uterus

c.

Vagina

d.

Ovary

e.

All of the above

Question number: 5

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In myelinated neurons, impulse jumps from node to node. This is called

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a.

Transmitter nodes

b.

Nodes of Ranvier

c.

Synapse

d.

Nodes of impulse transfer

e.

None of the above

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