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Body Quiz


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1. At one time it was thought that its roots were so long that they reached the eyes. Which is this tooth?

Upper Canine
Premolar
Molar

2. It is about 10 cm long in an adult and its colour gives an indication of disease.

Large Intestine
Liver
Tongue

3. This pea-sized gland is located on the underside of the brain.

Pituitary gland
Pineal Gland
Thymus Gland

4. The longest and strongest nerve in the body.

Sciatic nerve
Sensory nerve
Pharyngeal nerve

5. The longest and strongest bone in the body.

Hip bone
calcaneus (heel bone)
Femur (thigh bone)

6. The hardest substance in the body.

elbow
skull
Enamel covering of the teeth

7. Which are the only parts of the body that do not tan however long they may be exposed to the sun?

Face
Palms and soles of feet
Legs

8. The covering for this part of the body should be bought in the late afternoon when it has swollen to its maximum size.

Head
Foot
Hands

9. The large dome-shaped muscle that stretches across the middle of the body.

Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Diaphragm

10. It produces insulin.

Pancreas
Spleen
Liver


11. The largest gland in the body.

Liver
Thyroid Gland
Pancreas


12. It secretes the enzyme pepsin.

Small Intestine
Large Intestine
Stomach


13. This organ shaped somewhat like a punching bag plays an important role in waste disposal but if it has to be removed due to disease one can get along without it.

Liver
Spleen
Bladder


14. Most of the digestion of food takes place here.

Small Intestine
Large Intestine
Stomach


15. The artery that supplies oxygenated blood to the head and brain.

Brachiocephalic Artery
Carotid Artery
Systemic Arteries


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