Medical Quiz

Digestion and Microbes Quiz


Teeth that are used in tearing food are called

A. Premolars

B. Molars

C. Canines

a tooth has a….

A. crown and root

B. head and foot

C. eyes and nose

D. arms and legs

The number of molars present in adult human teeth is

A. 12

B. 8

C. 6

The sticky yellow layer formed on the tooth is called

A. Cavities

B. Plaque

C. None of these

This is the soft part of the tooth which consists of blood vessels and nerves

A. Pulp

B. Enamel

C. Dentine

The process of digestion starts in

A. Stomach

B. Small intestine

C. Mouth

The undigested food is passed into

A. Small Intestine

B. Stomach

C. Large Intestine

These are the diseases which are caused by virus

A. Typhoid, Tuberculosis

B. Influenza ,Flu

C. food poisoning , malaria

The teeth meant for cutting and biting the food is called

A. Incisors

B. Canines

C. Premolars

Special digestive juices produced by the ____________ and ___________ are sent to the small intestine

A. Pancreas, Stomach

B. Liver, Pancreas

C. Liver, Stomach

The hardest substance in human body

A. Brain

B. Bones

C. Enamel

D. Dentine

Diseases such as tuberculosis and typhoid are caused by __________

A. bacteria

B. fungi

C. virus

D. protozoa

The disease causing microbes are called __________

A. Germs

B. Protozoa

C. Both

D. None of the above

The third pair of molars is known as

A. Premolars

B. Wisdom teeth

C. Canines

The part of the digestive system , where all the useful nutrients are absorbed by the blood and is taken to all parts of the body.

A. Large intestine

B. Small intestine

C. Stomach

Finger like projections on the wall of small intestine are called as

A. Villi

B. Spines

C. Nerves

Food passes from the mouth through this long tube called the

A. Small intestine

B. Large intestine

C. Food pipe

D. Liver

There are _______ types of microbes.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

How many sets of teeth have human beings

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

The first set of teeth that appears when a child is 2 and half year old is called

A. Temporary teeth

B. Permanent teeth


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