Preview (20 questions)
1 Question
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It is responsible for regulating blood sugar levels.


Pancreas

Intestine

2 Question
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Consisting of 96% water, it is the largest internal organ in the human body.


Larynx

Liver

3 Question
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It is the only organ that all mammals have and without which they cannot live.


Diaphragm

Lymph Node

4 Question
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It is referred to as the master gland of the endocrine system.


Pineal Gland

Pituitary Gland 

5 Question
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It is a green pear-shaped organ that forms a part of the human digestive system.


Gall Bladder

Bile Duct

6 Question
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It serves as a reservoir or a safe house for the gut bacteria.


Vas deferens

Appendix

7 Question
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They are of four kinds and form a key barrier to inhaled or ingested pathogens.


Tonsils 

Oesophagus

8 Question
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Recognizes and removes old damaged blood cells, keeping the blood circulating in your body clean.


Spleen

Bronchi

9 Question
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It forms the first level of the small intestine.


Duodenum 

Epididymis

10 Question
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In the fetal heart, it allows blood to enter the left atrium from the right atrium. It later closes at birth to form Fossa Ovasis.


Lymphatic vessel

Foramen ovale 

11 Question
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It is common to many mammals but in humans, it is known as infranasal depression with no apparent function.


The Philtrum

Interstitium

12 Question
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This fan-shaped organ consists of blood vessels, nerves, lymph nodes, and fat.


Mesentery

Bulbourethral gland

13 Question
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Also known as oviducts these tubes stretch from the uterus to the ovaries.


Vulva

Fallopian tube

14 Question
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Also known as the Vomeronasal organ it is a part of the olfactory system that detects heavy moisture-borne odor particles.


Trachea

Jacobson's Organ

15 Question
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It is a part of the male reproductive system responsible for secreting a fluid that partly composes the semen.


Seminal Vesicles

Tunica Vaginalis

16 Question
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It is the final segment of the vertebral column that has attachments to various muscles, tendons, and ligaments.


Tendon

Coccyx

17 Question
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A small pink node in the corner of the eye is the source of a whitish secretion constantly seen in that region.


Plica semilunaris

Lacrimal caruncle 

18 Question
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It is a slender, elongated, and spindle-shaped muscle running at the center of the wrist. It is absent in some people.


The Palmaris Longus

Skeletal Muscle

19 Question
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Goosebumps are a result of the contraction of these muscles.


Subcutaneous tissue

Arrector pili 

20 Question
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Present in most mammals, it is responsible for many muscle movements around the neck region.


Thymus Gland

Hyoid bone