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Question 1
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What is the difference between tissues and organs?
 
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Question 2
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All of the following tissues are types of connective tissue EXCEPT
 
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Question 3
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The largest and most sophisticated part of the brain is called the
 
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Question 4
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Which of the following muscle types is considered voluntary?
 
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Question 5
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All of the following make up the matrix of loose connective tissue, EXCEPT
 
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Question 6
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True or false: Smooth muscle is responsible for some voluntary movements, such as the contractions of the digestive tract.
 
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Question 7
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Sally eats a bagel for breakfast. Her body begins the chemical digestion of the bagel in her
 
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Question 8
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The liver performs all of the following functions EXCEPT
 
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Question 9
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Which of the following organs of the digestive system is not usually transplanted?
 
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Home heating systems usually work in the following way: When the furnace warms a house above the set temperature of the thermostat, the thermostat is triggered and shuts off the furnace. When the temperature in the house drops below the set temperature, the furnace comes back on. True or false: Home heating systems work through negative feedback.
 
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True or false: Thermoregulation is the maintenance of internal conditions within an organism.
 
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Question 12
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An example of an ectotherm is
 
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