Anatomy and Physiology

1.  
Simple sugars are
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lipids.
monosaccharides.
polysaccharides.
minerals.
2.  
Which of the following statements is not true about the immune system?
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In children, lymphatic tissues such as adenoids, tonsils, and lymph nodes enlarge as growth continues and from exposure to microorganisms.
There is more lymphoid tissue in adults than in children.
Disease, poor nutrition, or poor environments can damage the immune system.
In later adulthood, the thymus gland starts to degenerate.
3.  
A fracture straight across the bone at a right angle to the bone's axis is called a
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oblique fracture.
spiral fracture.
stress fracture.
transverse fracture.
4.  
In the anatomical position, the body is facing _____ with arms
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forward, hanging downward
backward, hanging downward
forward, raised upward
backward, raised upward
5.  
How many parathyriod glands are there in the human body?
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2
3
4
5

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