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Unit 10B Chapter 3 Quiz



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Which of the following lists correctly orders the levels of structural organization in an animal from simplest to most complex?
a.
tissue, cellular, organ, organ system, organism
b.
cellular, organ, organ system, tissue, organism
c.
organ, tissue, cellular, organ system, organism
d.
cellular, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
 

 2. 

The stomach is an example of what level of the structural organization in an animal?
a.
cellular level
b.
tissue level
c.
organ level
d.
organ system level
 

 3. 

Which type of tissue contains proteins that contract and enable the body to move?
a.
epithelial
b.
connective
c.
muscle
d.
nerve
 

 4. 

Bone tissue is an example of what type of animal tissue?
a.
epithelial
b.
connective
c.
muscle
d.
nerve
 

 5. 

Heart tissue is an example of what type of animal tissue?
a.
epithelial
b.
connective
c.
muscle
d.
nerve
 

 6. 

Stem cells found in the blood in the umbilical cord following a birth are
a.
embryonic stem cells
b.
similar to tissue stem cells
c.
all of the above
d.
none of the above
 

 7. 

All of the following cells have the ability to regenerate, except
a.
nerve
b.
skin
c.
muscle
d.
bone
 

 8. 

Which organ system takes in and breaks up food and then excretes the waste?
a.
digestive system
b.
circulatory system
c.
respiratory system
d.
musculoskeletal system
 

 9. 

Which of the following is an example of an accessory organ to the digestive system?
a.
ligaments
b.
pancreas
c.
heart
d.
trachea
 

 10. 

The esophagus is part of the
a.
musculoskeletal system
b.
respiratory system
c.
digestive system
d.
nervous system
 

 11. 

The blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are the
a.
arteries
b.
capillaries
c.
veins
d.
all of the above
 

 12. 

Which of the following is a part of the circulatory system?
a.
blood
b.
large intestine
c.
bones
d.
pharynx
 

 13. 

Which organ system is responsible for providing oxygen to the body?
a.
digestive system
b.
musculoskeletal system
c.
respiratory system
d.
nervous system
 

 14. 

Tiny sacs of air in the lungs where gas exchange takes place between air and blood are called
a.
cillia
b.
villi
c.
arteries
d.
alveoli
 

 15. 

The brain and spinal cord form the
a.
respiratory system
b.
circulatory system
c.
central nervous system
d.
peripheral nervous system
 

 16. 

Which of the following is a disease of the respiratory system?
a.
coronary artery disease
b.
tuberculosis
c.
osteoporosis
d.
multiple sclerosis
 

 17. 

Skeletal muscle is attached to bones by
a.
ligaments
b.
cartilage
c.
nerves
d.
tendons
 

 18. 

The organ system that regulates body temperature is the
a.
nervous system
b.
musculoskeletal system
c.
circulatory system
d.
digestive system
 

 19. 

Special cells or tissues that receive input from our external environment and send signals along the peripheral nerves to our central nervous system are called
a.
neurons
b.
sensory receptors
c.
alveoli
d.
cillia
 

 20. 

Which of the following is a true statement regarding organ systems?
a.
Organ systems all work independently.
b.
All animal species have the same organ systems.
c.
In complex animals, the circulatory system connects all other systems of the body.
d.
There are exactly five organ systems in the human body.
 



 
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