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Anatomy And Physiology Exam Practice Test quiz 4

Anatomy And Physiology Exam Practice Test quiz 4

Anatomy And Physiology Exam Practice Test

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Epidermis is distinguished by being whereas the dermis is distinguished by being

The innermost layer of the skin; under the dermis
Composed of largely fibrous connective tissue; composed of stratified squamous epithelial tissue
The outermost layer of skin; composed of stratified squamous epithelial tissue
Composed of stratified squamous epithelial tissue; composed of fibrous connective tissue.

A hair is distinguished from a hair follicle by:

Being composed of living stratified squamous cells, whereas a hair follicle is composed of dead dermal cells
Originating in the subcutaneous layer, whereas a hair follicle originates in the dermis
Strictly the position, with the hair being in the center of the follicle
Being composed of dead epidermal cells, whereas a hair follicle is composed of living dermal cells

The subcutaneous layer can be described as:

Being composed of loose connective tissue and adipose tissue
The skin
Functioning as a heat insulator or helping to conserve body heat
All of the above

The tough layer of waterproof material that makes up the outermost portion of the epidermis is called the stratum lucidum.

True
False

The outermost layer of the epidermis is stratum basale and the innermost layer is the stratum corneum.

True
False

Which statement describes a motor unit?

A motor neuron and all of the muscle fibres to which it connects
A motor neuron that transmits information to the central nervous system
A sensory neuron that detects muscle movement
A group of muscles working together to create movement

Decreased heart rate during exercise is brought about by which of the following?

Parasympathetic action of the autonomic nervous system
Sympathetic action of the somatic nervous system
Sympathetic action of the autonomic nervous system
Parasympathetic action of the somatic nervous system

Which part of the female pelvis is false

Smaller Q between hip and knee joints causing less efficient transfer of force between hip and knee
Deeper, wider oval shaped pelvic bowl
Greater curvature in the sacrum
Pelvic angle tilts anteriorly

Atheroscolerosis is a disease that causes the arteries to?

Narrowing and become rough due to LDL (lipids) being deposited in the lining of the artery walls
Hardening and loss of elasticity of the artery walls.
Narrowing and become rough due to HDL (lipids) being deposited in the lining of the artery walls
Decreasing in blood pressure and loss of elasticity of the artery walls

If picking up a pen to do handwriting how many muscle fibres need to be recruited?

A small amount of fibres recruited fully
A large amount of fibres recruited partially
A small amount of fibres recruited partially
A large amount of fibres recruited fully
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