Alternative Name: How Strong Are Your Basic Human Anatomy Skills Quiz, How well do you know your basic anatomy?
Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-
Q 1. In the following image, which organ is colored in red?
Q 2. Which part of the body is circled here?
Q 3. What is the black center of your eye known as?
Q 4. And which part of the body is circled here?
Q 5. Which part of the body is shown in red?
Q 6. It is the role of which system to protect the body against diseases and other foreign agents?
Q 7. Which system supports the body and consists of bones that are connected by ligaments, cartilage, and tendons?
Q 8. Which system regulates the breathing process via the intake of oxygen and ejection of carbon dioxide?
Q 9. Which system is responsible for controlling both voluntary and involuntary actions and sending signals to various parts of the body?
Q 10. Which of these is the body’s largest organ?
Q 11. Which vital organ is responsible for the removal of waste and excess fluid from the blood?
Q 12. True or False: There are five vital organs that are necessary for survival. They are the lungs, liver, kidneys, brain, and heart.
Q 13. Which anatomical term means “towards the back”?
Q 14. Which gland is highlighted in red?
Q 15. Which vital organ is responsible for detoxifying harmful chemicals, filtering the blood, secreting bile, producing blood-clotting proteins, and breaking down drugs?
Q 16. What is the name of the substance that gives the skin and hair its pigment?
Q 17. What is the name of the pipe that shifts food from the throat to the stomach?
Q 18. The innermost part of the human bone contains what?
Q 19. The muscles in the front of your thighs are known as?
Q 20. Are there more bones in the hand or foot?
Q 21. How does blood enter the heart?
Inferior Vena Cava
Superior Vena Cava
Superior Vena Cava and Inferior Vena Cava
Q 22. The human skeletal framework consists of how many bones by adulthood?
Q 23. Which of these is an appendicular bone?
Q 24. If you stretched out the digestive system of an adult, roughly how long would it be?
10 feet (3 meters)
50 feet (15 meters)
20 feet (6 meters)
30 feet (9 meters)
Q 25. Which of these is the most common blood type?
Q 26. What is another word for your voice box?
Q 27. What is the biggest part of the brain?
Q 28. There are three types of muscles in the body. Which of these is NOT one of them?
Q 29. How many muscles control your eyeballs?
Q 30. The heart consists of four chambers: two collecting chambers and two pumping chambers. What are the pumping chambers called?
Q 31. What is the anatomical term for the position when the body is lying down with the face pointing upwards?
Q 32. What is the anatomical term for a flattened, tendon-like material that anchors a muscle and connects it to the body part that it moves?
Q 33. True or False: The central nervous system only consists of the brain and cranial nerves.
Q 34. Which anatomical term refers to movement toward the central axis?
Q 35. Which anatomical plane divides the body into equal right and left halves?