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Human Physiology Quiz


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Congestion in lungs is a symptom of_______

A. Myocardial Infarction

B. Cardiac Arrest

C. Heart Failure

D. Heart Attack


Erythroblastosis fetalis occurs when

A. Mother is Rh+ and Father is Rh-

B. Mother is Rh- and Father is Rh+

C. Mother is Rh+ and Father is Rh+

D. Mother is Rh- and Father is Rh-


Trachea divides at the ________

A. 5th thoracic vertebrae

B. 5th lumbar vertebrae

C. 5th cervical vertebrae

D. 6th thoracic vertebrae


Deficiency of which hormone would result delay in clotting

A. Thyroxine

B. Calcitonin

C. Parathormone

D. Glucagon


Which hormone prevents the following disease

A. Estrogen

B. Progesterone

C. Testosterone

D. Insulin


Which of the following promotes formation of concentrated urine

A. ANF

B. Coffee

C. Renin

D. Rennin


Renal calculi are commonly formed of

A. Calcium Nitrate

B. Calcium Phosphate

C. Calcium Oxalate

D. Calcium Bicarbonate


Which of the following cannot be measured with a spirometer

A. Vital Capacity

B. Total Lung Capacity

C. Inspiratory Capacity

D. Expiratory Capacity


Which cells secrete an anti-bacterial enzyme?

A. Acinar Cells

B. Paneth Cells

C. Zymogen Cells

D. Goblet Cells


Choose the correct statement(s) regarding nerve impulse in myelinated neuron

A. Saltatory conduction occurs

B. Depolarisation occurs due to efflux of Na+ ions

C. Hyperpolarisation occurs due to influx of K+ions

D. Repolarisation occurs due to influx of K+ ions


Which is respnsible for thermoregulation

A. Medulla

B. Corpus Callosum

C. Pons

D. Hypothalamus


Which of the following is the most responsible for concentrating urine

A. Permeability of PCT

B. Length of Loop of Henle

C. Permitivitty of DCT and collecting duct

D. None of the above




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