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Body Systems & Anatomical Terms Quiz


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Which two body systems BEST collaborate to maintain homeostasis in the body?

A. Endorine & Nervous Systems

B. Circulartory/Cardiovascular & Endocrine Systems

C. Circulartory/Cardiovascular & Nervous Systems

D. Nervous & Digestive Systems


You are doing your best to drink 80 ounces of water each day for your October wellness goal. Name the body system responsible for controlling the water levels and liquid waste of your body

A. Immune System

B. Excretory/Urinary System

C. Integumentary System

D. Endocrine System


Which hormone will your body release to help control your rising blood sugar from your Caramel Swirl Hot Latte with Milk from Dunkin’?

A. Adrenaline

B. Cortisol

C. Insulin

D. Norepinephrine


All of the following are parts of the Integumentary system EXCEPT

A. Sebaceous (Oil) Glands

B. Sudoriferous (Sweat) Glands

C. Epidermis

D. Pituitary Gland


You just enjoyed a Caramel Swirl Hot Latte with Milk from Dunkin’. Your blood sugar is really high (because there is 54 grams of sugar in it!) Which type of feedback loop will your body use to bring your blood sugar back to normal?

A. Negative Feedback

B. Positive Feedback


All of the following are part of the muscular system EXCEPT

A. Quadriceps

B. Hamstrings

C. Femur

D. Glutes


Which of the following is part of the immune system

A. Spleen

B. Pancreas

C. Thyroid Gland

D. Heart


Your body is actively engaged in a negative feedback loop, causing you to sweat vigorously after a hard workout. Which anatomical region will be most likely affected?

A. Axillary region

B. Carpal region

C. Orbital region

D. Tarsal region


Which of the following body systems is best protected by bone?

A. Circulatory/Cardiovascular System

B. Nervous System

C. Respiratory System

D. Digestive System


Which hormone below is used in a Positive Feedback loop to regulate childbirth and also to encourage social interaction under moments of stress?

A. Adrenaline

B. Glucagon

C. Oxytocin

D. Human Growth Hormone


What is the anatomical name for the FOREHEAD

A. Cranial

B. Frontal

C. Buccal

D. Mental


Your stomach is GROWLING because you are HANGRY! The body system that controls metabolic reactions in the body after you eat a snack would be…

A. Circulatory System

B. Cardiovascular System

C. Digestive System

D. Muscular System


All of the following are part of the Alimentary Canal of the Digestive System EXCEPT

A. Esophagus

B. Stomach

C. Liver

D. Intestines


Which of the following is a POSITIVE Feedback loop to maintain homeostasis?

A. Increasing body temperature when cold by shivering

B. Decreasing body temerature when hot when sweating

C. Increasing blood flow to a small cut to stimulate scab formation

D. Decreasing heart rate & blood pressure in a stressful situation (such as an Anatomy test!)


Your friend was playing in an intense UDJAA basketball game and was accidentally elbowed in the eye while going for a rebound. Which anatomical region has the black eye?

A. Frontal

B. Orbital

C. Otic

D. Occipital


You notice that your skin is breaking out, and a friend says, “Oh, it’s just your hormones!” Name the body system that controls the release of hormones

A. Cardiovascular/Circulatory System

B. Endocrine System

C. Excretory/Urinary System

D. Integumentary System


What is the anatomical name for the FRONT of the KNEE?

A. Patellar

B. Popliteal


Which organ in your Endocrine/Digestive systems will release Insulin to control your blood sugar from your Dunkin’ Latte?

A. Liver

B. Gall Bladder

C. Pancreas

D. Thyroid Gland


All of the following are functions of the skeletal system EXCEPT

A. Protection

B. Hemopoiesis

C. Movement

D. Water Balance


What is the anatomical name for the FINGERS & TOES?

A. Metacarpals

B. Metatarsals

C. Phalangeal/Digital

D. Tarsals




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