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A Radiologic Technologists (RT), use X-RAY, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance to treat and diagnose diseases , some job titles are:
An Epidemiologists :
Emergency medical services
Health Information workers include all of the following except?
An MD has a doctorate in:
Medical Assistants:
Which of the following is not an organ involved in the integumentary system?
Which of the following is not of the major 3 functions of the integumentary system?
Which of the following list the 3 layers of skin in the correct order from outside to inside?
Which layer of skin contains the glands and organs?
Which layer of skin contains the fatty tissue?
What occurs if the epidermis is separated from the dermis?
When the epidermis is exposed to sunlight, which vitamin is produced?
What is the name of the pigment found in the epidermis that produces skin color?
Which of the following sensory receptors found in the dermis is not matched correctly?
Which of the following is not found in the dermis?
The union of gametes (sperm and egg) is called ______.
Which of the following has the correct gonads matched?
Which of the following is not an example of a male secondary sex characteristic?
What is the primary male hormone produced in the testes?
What is attached to the testes and stores sperm?
Which of the following does not release sections that helps sperm to survive until fertilization?
This is the fluid made up of sperm and secretions from glands.
This is the tube through which semen leaves the body.
These are the female gonads that contain thousands of follicles to develop eggs.
This is the primary female reproductive hormone produced by the ovaries.
When the egg cell is mature and is released from the follicle, this process is called ______.
What is the hollow, muscular organ that is primarily used to house the unborn child?
What is the structure that connects the ovaries to the uterus?
What is the name given to a fertilized egg?
In the unborn child, what is the name of the outer layer that develops into the nervous system, skin, sensory organs?
In the unborn child, the mesoderm will not develop into which of the following organs?
In the unborn child, which of the following layers is the inner layer that develops into digestive organs, urinary bladder, urethra?
After 2 weeks, the zygote has developed into a(n) ______.
Towards the end of the 1st Trimester (after about 2 months), the unborn child is now a(n) ______.
At how many months does typical labor start?
What is the name of the system that consists of a complex network of fluid-filled vessels and chambers helping to transport white blood cells?
Which type of white blood cell engulf bacteria, viruses and other debris?
What are the Y shaped proteins molecules that act like homing missiles?
The tissue fluid that enters the lymphatic system vessels are called ______.
What are the special enlargements of lymphatic tissue called?
Which of the following is not an example of a lymph organ?
Which of the following is not 1 of the defenses that aid the immune system?
What type of immunity is developed as the body makes antibodies and helps fight pathogens in the future?
Which of the following exposes the body to a weakened form of bacteria or other organisms to build defense?
Which of the following does not lead to immune deficiency?
A disease caused by a pathogen is a ______ disease.
What are the microscopic living organisms that cause disease?
House has had leg pain for more than 10 years. How could you describe his pain?
What is a disease that occurs when tissue and organs gradually lose their ability to function, like Alzheimer's?
What is a disease that is caused by the malfunction of the endocrine system?
Birth defects are also what type of disease?
Which of the following is not a substance that can cause disease?
Allergies are which type of disease?
What disease is the result of the uncontrolled growth of cells?
Deficiency disease are what type of disease?
Which of the following diseases is caused by a bacteria?
Which of the following diseases is caused by a fungus?
Bacteria have no nucleus. They are referred as being ______.
Which scientist is known as the father of microbiology and formulated the germ concept of disease?
The most common type of disease is _______.
Diseases that are caused by roundworms or tapeworms are referred to as ______.
Which of the following would not be an example of a mode of transmission by droplet infection?
An animal that transmits infection is known as a ______.
A disease that spreads rapidly and heavily through a population is known as a(n) _______.
The development period of a pathogen before symptoms of the disease show is known as _______.
What is the idea that the universe consists of nothing but matter and energy and has no spiritual or supernatural aspect?
What is the idea that nature is all that exists?
Charles Lyell developed a principle that states: “present is the only key to the past and all things continue by natural processes at the same rates as they always have.”
Charles Darwin wrote this book that made speculations on the origin and development of living things.
This is the idea that the fittest and strongest of each species are more likely to survive and reproduce.
This was an ethically questionable practice of selectively breeding humans to produce a “master race.”
The study of fossils is known as ______.
Which of the following is not an evidence against macroevolution?
Genetics supports which of the following ideas?
Creation from the Biblical account is written as taken place in _______.
What does ecology mean?
The role a species plays in a community is called its _____.
The place an organism lives out its life is called a ______.
What is the largest sustainable number of an organism an ecosystem can support?
Which of the following factors is not a limiting factor?
A group of giraffes in a savanna in africa that can produce offspring would be a(n) _____.
A group of lions, giraffes and zebras that live in a African savanna are in a(n) _______.
A group of lions giraffes and zebras in the African savanna that share a watering hole and use trees for shade to cool off from hot days. What level of organization does this represent?
All the life supporting portions of earth composed of air, land, freshwater and saltwater is what level of organization?
Which of the following is an abiotic factor in a forest ecosystem?
Which type of organism gets its energy directly from the sun?
What type or organisms eats other organisms because they cannot make their own food?
What is a consumer that only eats plants?
What is a consumer that only eats other animals?
What is a consumer that eats both plants and animals?
What type of organism gets energy from breaking down dead organisms?
What is a more realistic and complicated way of looking how energy flows through the relationships of plants and animals?
A hawk eats a snake that eats a mouse. The hawk is a ______ consumer?
A lion eats a gazelle. The gazelle is a ______.
A food chain that is water related with sea plants and animals is a(n) _____ food chain.
What type of symbiosis results when both organisms benefit from the relationship?
What type of symbiosis results when one species benefits while the other is unharmed?
What type of symbiosis results when one species benefits while the other is harmed?
Barnacles need a place to anchor to wait for food to come their way so they hitch a ride on a whale gives them access to a food source. The whale is unharmed. This is:

 

 

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