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The Human Body

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  • Q1
    What is a blastocyst?
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    a zygote that has blasted apart and is shed with the uterine lining during menstruation
    a zygote that is stuck in the Fallopian tube and damages the reproductive organs
    a zygote that has no tissue differentiation; looks like a solid ball of cells
    a zygote that has divided several times and shows tissue differentiation; looks like a hollow ball of cells
  • Q2
    Where will the blastocyst implant itself?
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    The ovary
    Next to the rose bushes
    The Fallopian tube
    The uterus
  • Q3
    What would happen if only one ovary was removed or stopped working?
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    The other ovary will “take over” release of eggs once per month
    The woman will no longer experience a menstrual cycle
    The woman will be unable to release eggs
    The woman will be unable to get pregnant
  • Q4
    What does the amniotic fluid do for the baby?
    It allows for movement, protection, and temperature regulation.
    It is a cool, refreshing drink
    It carries nutrients from the mother to the fetus
    It makes the baby weightless for the mother
  • Q5
    In which trimester do the fetus' eyes open?
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  • Q6
    In which trimester do all major organs form?
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  • Q7
    This produces and releases eggs in a female
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    Fallopian tube
  • Q8
    This produces and releases sperm in males
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    Seminal Vesicle
    Vas Deferens
  • Q9
    The larger the diameter of a blood vessel, the ___________________ blood will flow.
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    More Evenly
    Less Evenly
  • Q10
    What is viscosity?
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    The stoppage of blood to the brain
    The build up of arterial plaque
    The resistance of blood to flow
    The stoppage of blood in an artery
  • Q11
    What causes a heart attack?
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    Biology DIAs
    High Cholesterol
    Blood flow away from the heart is blocked
    Blood flow to the heart is blocked
  • Q12
    What is arterial plaque?
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    A sign of a healthy immune system
    The same plaque on your teeth, but found in your veins
    A fatty substance which accumulates in arteries.
    Something you get engraved when you win an award. Not quite as good as a trophy, but you'll take it.
  • Q13
    The structures of the brain going clockwise from 1-6 are:
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    Frontal Lobe , Temporal Lobe, Brain Stem, Cerebellum, Occipital Lobe, and Parietal Lobe
    Temporal Lobe, Frontal Lobe, Brain Stem, Cerebellum, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe
    Brain Stem, Cerebrum, Occipital Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Cerebellum, Frontal Lobe
    Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum, Brain Stem, Temporal Lobe, Frontal Lobe
  • Q14
    How does a vaccine protect against pathogens?
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    Vaccines are a conspiracy!! They only exist to give our children autism!
    Sends Killer T cells to destroy the invading pathogen
    Releases interferons, which signal cells to create pathogen-destroying enzymes
    Stimulates antigen/antibody production through a deactivated form of the pathogen
  • Q15
    What does contagious mean?
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    Like, when you see one person yawn and then your friend yawns, which makes you yawn.
    The containment of a disease in a specific area or region
    Spread of disease from one person or organism to another.
    The reduction of disease through vaccination

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