EVERYDAY SCIENCE MCQS

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FACTS ON THE HUMAN BODY

  • Normal body temperature is 98.4 degrees: F = 37 degrees: C
  • Corrine is used as a paralyzing agent.
  • A nerve cell is called a neuron. Each neuron has different inputs called dendrites and a single output called axon
  • The weakest bone is the clavicle bone.
  • The hardest bone is the neck bone
  • The part of the small intestine that attaches to the large intestine is the colon.
  • The hardest part of the body is the tooth.
  • The most abundant element in the human body is carbon (oxygen or calcium).
  • Systole is the contraction of the heart.
  • Diastole is relaxation of the heart.
  • Dendrites are connected to neurons.
  • Epidermis = the outer skin is called true skin, it is devoid of blood vessels and its cells are nourished by the lymph
  • The muscles are attached to the bones by the tendons.
  • Most of the human brain is the brain.
  • Blood does not coagulate in the absence of calcium
  • The two most abundant elements per mass found in the earth's crust are oxygen and silicon.
  • Eardrum helps maintain body balance
  • In general, the probability of flooding decreases when there is an increase in the amount of infiltration
  • Where is the "Atlas" bone located in the human body? neck
  • What do smart people have in their hair? zinc and copper
  • Which bases distinguishes DNA and RNA? uracil
  • The eye is full of liquids ________: two
  • What is the name of the bones of the human finger? phalanges
  • Poly varolii is located in the brain
  • The human brain contains 4/5 of water
  • The liquid part of the blood is called plasma.
  • The percentage of water in the body is 70%
  • The carbon in the human body is 18%.
  • The heart is conical
  • The heart weight is 9 ounces with 4 cavities
  • The weight of the kidney is 41/2 ounces.
  • The brain weight is 1.4 kg and consists of 14 billion nerve cells
  • The right kidney is shorter and shorter than the left kidney.
  • The kidneys receive blood through the renal arteries.
  • The liver receives blood from the alimentary canal through the hepatic portal vein.
  • The coronary artery supplies blood to the heart.
  • Each kidney contains about one million nephrons.
  • The eyeball is moved by six muscles.
  • The most active muscle in the human body is the ocular muscle.
  • Digestion of food takes 3 to 4 hours in the stomach.
  • The capacity of the stomach is one and a half kilo of food.
  • The clavicle is the clavicle.
  • The scapula is the shoulder bone.
  • The sternum is the chest bone
  • there are 24 ribs
  • The spinal cord has 33 disks
  • The bones in the hand are 27.
  • The ulna is the bone of the forearm.
  • The radius is the second bone of the forearm.
  • Carpian are 8 small bones of the wrist.
  • the tarsus is the ankle bone
  • The femur and the patella, the tibia and the fibula are bones of the lower limbs.
  • The femur is the longest bone.
  • The head or the skull has 29 bones.
  • Total bones are 206
  • Total muscles are 600 (chk 650)
  • 60 thousand miles of blood capillaries
  • Chemically, the nails are made of proteins.
  • The nails are made of a resistant material called keratin.
  • The average body has 2 square meters of leather.
  • The weight of the skin is 6 pounds
  • The smallest bone is the abutment in the ear of about 1/10 of an inch
  • A newborn has 300 bones.
  • In 22 weeks the child is completely formed.
  • The ovule is a female germ cell.
  • The sensation of the skin is perceived by the epidermis.
  • The number of systems in the body is 7 types.
  • Man breathes 20,000 times a day.
  • The root of the hair is called a follicle.
  • More than 2/3 of body weight consists of liquids / water
  • Messages sent to the brain at 240 miles / hour.
  • Eye weight is 1 ½ ounces each.
  • There are 100,000 hairs
  • The jaw muscle exerts 219 kg of weight.
  • Circadian rhythm is a medical term for heartbeat.