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  1. The study of the structure of the human body is called:
  2. Specialized organs that remove elements from the blood and convert them into new compounds are:
  3. The broad muscle that covers the top of the skull is the:
  4. Cosmetologists must be concerned with muscles of the head, neck, face, and arms that are:
  5. The skull is divided into two parts: the cranium, which protects the brain, and the:
  6. Muscles that are voluntary or controlled by will are:
  7. Nerve tissue is composed of special cells that make up the nerves, brain, and spinal cord called:
  8. The scalp muscle responsible for drawing the scalp forward is the:
  9. The two divisions of the circulatory system are the:
  10. The study of the functions and activities performed by the body structure is:
  11. The largest and most complex nerve tissue in the body is the:
  12. The muscles of the chest that assist in the swinging movement of the arms are the:
  13. The dense, active protoplasm found in the center of the cell is the:
  14. Two bones that form the sides and crown of the cranium are:
  15. Sensory nerves located close to the surface of the skin are:
  16. The dorsal nerve supplies impulses to the:
  17. Fibrous tissues that stretch and contract according to the body's demand for movement are:
  18. The body system that covers, shapes, and supports the skeleton tissue is the:
  19. The basic unit of all living things from bacteria to animals and plants is:
  20. Muscle found in the heart and not found in other parts of the body is:
  21. The inner and large bone of the forearm located on the side of the little finger is the:
  22. The colorless jellylike substance in cells is:
  23. The portion of the central nervous system that originates in the brain and extends down the lower trunk is the:
  24. Nerves that carry impulses from the brain to the muscles are:
  25. The chemical process in living organisms where cells are nourished and carry out their activities is:
  26. A collection of similar cells that perform a particular function is a:
  27. Which of the following bones forms the kneecap joint?
  28. The bone that forms the forehead is the:
  29. The system that is the physical foundation of the body is the:
  30. The extensor muscles involved with the bending of the wrist are the:
  31. The scientific study of the structure, function, and pathology of the nervous system is:
  32. How many bones make up the foot?
  33. Which of the following choices is not a major artery that supplies blood to the lower leg and foot?
  34. The process where cells reproduce and divide into two identical cells is called:
  35. The sensory nerve of the face that controls the muscles involved with chewing is the:
  36. The muscle that draws the scalp backward is the:
  37. Two bones that form the bridge of the nose and are involved in facial massage are:
  38. The largest and strongest bone of the face is the:
  39. An automatic nerve reaction to a stimulus that produces movement is a:
  40. The function of white blood cells is to destroy disease-causing:
  41. The bone of the cranium that forms the back of the skull is the:
  42. The tissue that contracts and moves various parts of the body is:
  43. With the exception of the teeth, the hardest tissue in the body is:
  44. Tissues that support, protect, and bind together other tissues of the body are:
  45. The largest bone of the arm, extending from the elbow to the shoulder, is the:
  46. In massage, pressure on a muscle is directed from:
  47. The part of the muscle that does not move is the:
  48. The nervous system that controls all voluntary muscle actions is the:
  49. The ring muscle of the eye socket that controls the ability to close one's eyes is:
  50. Muscles that straighten the wrist, hand, and fingers to form a straight line are the:
  51. The connection between two or more bones of the skeleton is a:
  52. The chemical process of metabolism has two processes: Anabolism &
  53. The human body has how many major systems?
  54. The nervous system responsible for carrying impulses or messages to the central nervous system is the:
  1. a Protoplasm
  2. b Occipitalis
  3. c Metabolism
  4. d Blood Vascular and Lymph Vascular
  5. e Central Nervous System
  6. f Spinal Cord
  7. g Anatomy
  8. h Skeletal Systeam
  9. i Pectoralis
  10. j Receptors
  11. k Orbicularis Oculi
  12. l Physiology
  13. m Neurons
  14. n Connective Tisssue
  15. o Origin
  16. p Tissue
  17. q Ulna
  18. r Humerus
  19. s Occipital Bone
  20. t 26
  21. u Fifth Cranial Nerve
  22. v Mitosis
  23. w Parietal Bones
  24. x Glands
  25. y Microorganisms
  26. z Patella
  27. aa Cells
  28. ab Nucleus
  29. ac Muscular Tissue
  30. ad Insertion to Origin
  31. ae Muscles
  32. af Muscular System
  33. ag Cardiac Muscle
  34. ah Brain
  35. ai Peripheral Nervous System
  36. aj Skin on top of the foot
  37. ak Reflex
  38. al Extensors
  39. am Frontal Bone
  40. an Motor Nerves
  41. ao Voluntary
  42. ap Frontalis
  43. aq Flexors
  44. ar Nasal Bones
  45. as Interior Tibial Artery
  46. at Striated Muscles
  47. au Epicranius
  48. av Bone
  49. aw Facial Skeleton
  50. ax Mandible (Lower Jawbone)
  51. ay 10
  52. az Joint
  53. ba Neurology
  54. bb catabolism