BSC2087 All Lab Assessments Latest 2022 July

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BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 1 Lab Assessment

Question 1The mouth is ___ to the nose.

Superior

Superficial

Lateral

Inferior

Question 2Which type of tissue is shown here?

Bone tissue

Epithelial tissue

Nervous tissue

Muscular tissue

Question 3The red blood cell shown here is losing water to its external environment. Which type of solution would cause this type of water movement?

image

Isotonic solution

Hypertonic solution

None of these

Hypotonic solution

Question 4Which structure is represented by the red arrows?

Lysosomes

Mitochondria

Endoplasmic reticula

Nuclei

Question 5Sara’s resting heart rate is 70 bpm. She goes for a run. Within one-minute post exercise, her heart rate is 100 bpm. Sara has achieved homeostasis.

True.

False.

Question 6Which structure is represented by red arrow?

Ribosome

Nucleus

Golgi Apparatus

Centromere

Question 7Which group of cells is indicated by the red arrow?

Blood cells for oxygenation

Nerve cells for signal transmission

Muscle cells for movement

Bone cells for structural support

Question 8Which structure is represented by red arrow?

Mitochondria

Ribosome

Nucleus

RNA

Question 9Which structures contain digestive enzymes and are responsible for breaking down substances consumed by the cell?

Ribosomes

Lysosomes

Peroxisomes

Mitochondria

Question 10The structure shown in this image represents which part of a cell?

Nucleus

Lysosomes

Endoplasmic membrane

Plasma membrane

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 2 Lab Assessment

Question 1Which structures are represented by the red arrows?

Merkel cells

Meissner’s corpuscles

Pacinian corpuscles

Free nerve endings

Question 2Which structures are represented by red arrows?

Keratinocytes

Hair follicles

Meissner corpuscles

Sudoriferous glands

Question 3Which of the letters below represent the “stratum corneum”?

C

B

D

A

Question 4The thigh has increased sensory receptor density compared to the fingertips.

False

True

Question 5During the proliferative phase of wound healing, ____ build new tissue by secreting ____ to take the shape of the original tissue.

Mast cells, histamine

Fibroblasts, collagen

Neutrophils, keratin

Platelets, collagen

Question 6Which type of epidermal cell is highlighted in bright blue?

Keratinocytes

Melanocytes

Langerhans cells

Merkel cells

Question 7Which of the following is the deepest structure?

Dermis

Phalanx

Cuticle

Hypodermis

Question 8Which dermal layer is represented by the letter A in this image?

Reticular

Stratum basale

Papillary

Epidermis

Question 9Which structure is represented by the red arrow?

Sebaceous gland

Pacinian corpuscle

Sweat gland

Arrector pili

Question 10Which of the following is true of fibroblasts?

They produce collagen

They produce keratin

They identify microbes

They produce melanin

 

 

 

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 3 Lab Assessment 

Question 1Which cell is correctly matched to its function?

Osteoclast: Builds bone

Osteoblast: Builds bone

Osteocyte: Breaks down bone

Osteospore: Breaks down bone

Question 2

Which structure cannot be visualized in this anatomical model?

Lesser trochanter

Greater trochanter

Neck

Head

Question 3What region of the spine is this vertebra from?

Sacral

Lumbar

Cervical

Thoracic

Question 4The fingers are palpating the _______ .

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Ulna

Radius

Scaphoid

5th metacarpal

Question 5When you palpate the fibula, the most distal point of the bone is the _____ .

Tibia

Lateral malleolus

Head

Talus

Question 6Which structure cannot be visualized in this anatomical model?

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Supraspinous fossa

Acromion

Subscapular fossa

Spine of scapula

Question 7When you palpate the femur, the most lateral point is the _____.

Neck

Greater trochanter

Lesser trochanter

Head

Question 8When you palpate the spine, the dorsal most point is the _____ .

Disc

Transverse process

Spinal cord

Spinous process

Question 9Where does hematopoiesis occur?

Cartilage

Sesamoids

Ends of long bones

llow bone marrow

Question 10 Which choice represents the correct order of events in bone healing?

Hard callous, soft callous, hematoma

Soft callous, hematoma, hard callous

Bone formation, hard callous, hematoma

Hematoma, soft callous, hard callous

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 4 Lab Assessment  

Question 1Which type of muscle is depicted here

Cardiac muscle

Smooth muscle

Epithelial muscle

Skeletal muscle

Question 2Which structure is indicated by the letter A in this histology slide?

Troponin

Cartilage

Myosin

Intercalated disk

Question 3It is harder to write with a wrist fully flexed, as compared to in neutral position due to active inefficiency of the wrist and hand flexors.

True

False

Question 4The respiratory tract is ____ to the intestines.

Deep

Inferior

Lateral

Superior

Question 5This tissue histology slide is a sample of _____ tissue.

Skeletal

Blood vessel

Smooth stomach wall

Cardiac

Question 6Which structures are indicated by the red arrows?

Troponin

Myosin head

Z-disk

Myosin binding site

Question 7Which of the following muscles types is often found in the walls of hollow organs?

Epithelial

Skeletal

Cardiac

Smooth

Question 8What does the structure shown in yellow do?

Serve as a thin filament for cross bridge formation

Release calcium

Create the power stroke in cross bridge formation

Create ATP

Question 9Which type of image is represented here?

Skeletal muscle

Smooth muscle

Blood vessels

Cardiac muscle

Question 10Which of the letters in this image is found in the neuromuscular junction?

A

C

B

D

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 5 Lab Assessment  

Question 1What is the name of the highlighted muscle, and which action is it performing?

Rectus abdominus, cervical extension

Trapezius muscle group, cervical extension

Sternocleidomastoid, cervical flexion

Rhomboid muscle group, cervical flexion

Question 2 Which of the following is a ball and socket joint?

Vertebral facet

Intervertebral

Radioulnar

Glenohumeral

Question 3  When you lower to a chair, the _____ acts in eccentric knee flexion to prevent plopping into the chair.

Biceps femoris

Rectus abdominus

Gastrocnemius

Rectus femoris

Question 4Which muscle is highlighted?

Pectoralis major

Sternocleidomastoid

Pectoralis minor

Biceps brachii

Question 5What is the name of the highlighted muscle, and which action is it performing?

Gluteus maximus, hip abduction

Glutes maximus, knee flexion

Tibialis anterior, hip abduction

Semimembranosus, knee extension

Question 6Which muscle is highlighted?

Longissimus thoracis

Lower trapezius

Latissimus dorsi

Serratus posterior

Question 7Which muscle is highlighted?

Supinator

Deltoid

Biceps brachii long head

Biceps brachii short head

Question 8Which of the following muscles performs elbow flexion?

Triceps brachii

Biceps femoris

Rectus femoris

Brachialis

Question 9Which muscle is highlighted?

Lower trapezius

Latissimus dorsi

Rhomboids

Splenius capitus

Question 10Opposable thumbs are unique human functions. The thumb is opposable due to its _____ joint structure.

Saddle

Gliding

Syndesmosis

Ball and Socket

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 6 Lab Assessment

Question 1The following image depicts the _______, which is responsible for _____ .

spinal cord, peripheral nervous system communication

ventral roots, motor commands to skeletal muscle

spinal nerves, spinal reflexes

dorsal roots, sensory input

Question 2Testing the patellar reflex in a patient is a good indicator of overall brain function.

True

False

Question 3The following image sequence represents the proper order of neurologic impulse in the reflex arc.

True

False

Question 4Which of the following letters represents the myelin sheath?

A

D

B

C

Question 5Where are the neuroglia in the image located?

PNS

ANS only

CNS and PNS

CNS

Question 6The Jendrassik maneuver decreases the patellar reflex output by inhibiting descending tract input to the spinal reflex arc.

False

True

Question 7The structures shows on this histological image may be found in which of the following branches of the nervous system?

Neither CNS nor PNS

PNS

Both CNS and PNS

CNS

Question 8What is the correct order of the phases of an action potential?

Rising, Peaking, Falling, Undershoot, Refractory

Rising, Peaking, Undershoot, Refractory, Falling

Peaking, Undershoot, Refractory, Falling, Rising

Peaking, Falling, Undershoot, Rising, Refractory

Question 9Which of the following steps occurs immediately after dendrites receive a message?

Muscle cells relax.

If the signal is strong enough, the axon sends a chain of depolarization down the axon.

Axons receive a message.

The axon terminal becomes repolarized.

Question 10When positively charged ions enter the axon, this creates a repolarizing signal.

True

False

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 7 Lab Assessment

Question 1The spinal cord’s posterior column of white matter is comprised of sensory tracts.

True

False

Question 2You are observing a neurological exam. The patient is having difficulty tandem walking. Tandem walking evaluates ______ .

Thalamus function

Frontal cortex function

Cerebellar function

Pituitary function

Question 3Which structure is highlighted in this image?

Hypothalamus

Midbrain

Corpus callosum

Pons

Question 4You are observing a neurological exam. The patient has a positive pronator drift. This is a sign of ____.

Upper motor neuron dysfunction

Pituitary dysfunction

Lumbar spine injury

Cranial nerve dysfunction

Question 5The blood brain barrier helps minimize harmful substances from entering brain tissue. The blood brain barrier is made up of the _____.

Capillary walls and astrocytes

Radius and ulna

Neurons and jugular veins

Vertebral arteries and meninges

Question 6Which brain structure is highlighted in yellow below?

Occipital lobe

Parietal lobe

Temporal lobe

Frontal lobe

Question 7Which of these brain structures is most superior?

Pons

Spinal cord

Parietal lobe

Temporal lobe

Question 8Which structure is highlighted in this image?

Middle cerebral artery

Corpus callosum

Midbrain

Pons

Question 9Which structure is highlighted in this image?

Middle frontal gyrus

Superior parietal lobule

Postcentral gyrus (primary somatosensory cortex)

Precentral gyrus (primary motor cortex)

Question 10Which of the following pathways handles motor signals?

Spinocerebellar

Posterior column

Pyramidal

Spinothalamic

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 8 Lab Assessment

Question 1All of the cranial nerves are properly matched to their function in the table below.

True

False

Question 2Which two structures are highlighted in this image?

Rectus femoris muscle and peroneal nerve

Piriformis muscle and sciatic nerve

Biceps femoris muscle and sciatic nerve

Psoas muscle and femoral nerve

Question 3Which of the following muscles is innervated by the brachial plexus nerve indicated by the red arrows?

Deltoid

Subscapularis

Biceps brachii

Teres major

Question 4Which structure is highlighted in this image?

CN III

CN II

CN V

CN IV

Question 5The ____ nerve innervates the diaphragm.

Axillary

Phrenic

Thoracodorsal

Suprascapular

Question 6Which of these structures is deepest?

Piriformis

Sciatic nerve

Gluteus maximus

Femur

Question 7Your patient had a whiplash injury a few days ago. On your dermatomal exam, you notice that she has diminished sensation in her right thumb. Damage to which nerve root may directly account for this numbness?

C6

C5

C4

C7

Question 8Which of the following is depicted in the diagram?

Somatic nervous system

Parasympathetic nervous system

Sympathetic nervous system

Spinal reflex arc

Question 9The ____ nerve travels down the posteromedial elbow, and people often exclaim “I hit my funny bone,” when this area contacts an external force and sends a shock down to the pinky finger.

Median

Ulnar

Sciatic

Radial

Question 10CN V has ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular branches.

True

False

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 9 Lab Assessment

Question 1What is the function of the highlighted element in this image?

Creates an action potential

Processes color

Creates 3D perception

Refracts light

Question 2The     refracts light.

Pupil

Lens

Retina

Choroid

Question 3Photoreceptors in the     transform light into nervous system signals

Sclera

Retina

Lacrimal duct

Optic nerve

Question 4Which structure is highlighted and indicated by the red arrow in this image?

Olfactory tracts

Olfactory bulbs

Olfactory nerves

Nasal cavity

Question 5Olfaction affects the accuracy of the gustatory sensation perception.

True

False

Question 6When you stand on a foam pad with eyes closed in a BESS test, the primary sensory input for balance is ______ .

Olfaction

Vision

Somatosensation

Vestibular

Question 7

Taste buds are located within the circumvallate and fungiform papillae.

True

False

Question 8Where is the pictured structure found?

Inner ear

Middle ear

Nasal cavity

Outer ear

Question 9Which cranial nerve is NOT involved in the taste pathway perception?

Facial

Glossopharyngeal

Vagus

Abducens

Question 10It is harder to correctly identify colors in the dark because ______ .

Rods primarily function in the dark, and they sense shades of black, white, and gray

The optic chiasm doesn’t work in the dark

Cones primarily function in the dark, and they sense shades of black, white, and gray

Optic nerves don’t work in the dark

 

 

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 10 Lab Assessment

Question 1Which of the following hormones is represented by “Y” in this diagram?

ACTH

Oxytocin

CRH

LH

Question 2This tissue histology represents which gland?

Pancreas

Adrenal*

Kidney

Pituitary

Question 3Which of the following hormones is represented by “T” in this diagram?

Antidiuretic hormone

LH

FSH

Calcitonin

Question 4Which of the following endocrine structures is most superior?

Hypothalamus

Adrenal glands

Anterior and posterior pituitary

Thyroid and parathyroid

Question 5Which gland is most responsible for sleep – wake cycle regulation?

Kidneys

Pineal

Pancreas

Gonads

Question 6Which structure is highlighted in this image?

Thymus

Thyroid

Langerhans

Pituitary

Question 7Which of the following hormones is represented by “ZZ” in this diagram?

Insulin

CRH

Melatonin

Glucagon

Question 8Most of the releasing hormones originate from the posterior pituitary

True

False

Question 9Which of the following hormones is represented by “Q” in this diagram?

Melatonin

Prolactin

ACTH

CRH

Question 10In this diagram, U, V, and W represent which hormones?

Cortisol, Aldosterone, & Epinephrine

Mineralocorticoids, Glucocorticoids, & Gonadocorticoids

Thyrotropin, Calcitonin, and Parathyroid hormone

Estrogen, Progesterone, & Testosterone

 

BSC2087 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 11 Lab Assessment 

Question 1What type of bone is the patella?

Long bone

Short bone

Sesamoid

Irregular bone

Question 2Which is the function of the highlighted part of the eye?

Light refraction

Black, white, and gray perception

Color perception

Eye tracking

Question 3Which pituitary hormone is represented by the abbreviation ADH?

Adrenal hormone

Aldosterone hormone

Antidiuretic hormone

Adrenocorticotropic hormone

Question 4What does the green organelle do?

Control all cell function

Process and package proteins and lipids

Transport waste

Produce ATP

Question 5Where is this bone found?

Head

Thoracic spine

Cervical spine

Lumbar spine

Question 6Which inner ear structure is highlighted in blue?

Cochlea

Semicircular canals

Stapes

Tympanic membrane

Question 7In this picture of a neuron, what structure is represented by the purple oval shapes?

Dendrons

Cell body

Myelin

Axon

Question 8What is the primary function of the highlighted endocrine organ?

Thyroid regulation

Glucose regulation

Blood pressure regulation

Calcium regulation

Question 9Which nervous system structure is pictured here?

Sacral plexus

Brachial plexus

Lumbar plexus

Cranial nerves

Question 10The highlighted muscle is part of which muscle group?

Knee extensors

Hamstrings

Quadriceps

Abbductors

Question 11Which structure is highlighted in blue here?

Medulla

Pons

Spinal cord

Cerebellum

Question 12Which ear bone is highlighted here?

Malleus

Incus

Utricle

Stapes

Question 13

1 Point

Which structure is highlighted in blue?

Bursa

Muscle

Tendon

Capsule

Question 14What is the name of this bone?

Fibula

Femur

Tibia

Humerus

Question 15What is the name of the top (outermost) layer of skin depicted in this image?

Hypodermis

Epidermis

Dermis

Adipose tissue

Question 16Which endocrine gland is indicated by the red arrow?

Thyroid

Thymus

Renal gland

Gonads

Question 17What does the highlighted muscle do?

Flexes the shoulder

Flexes the hip

Extends the shoulder

Extens the hip

Question 18Which glands are depicted in this image?

Capillary glands

Adipose glands

Epidermal glands

Sweat glands

Question 19Which bone is highlighted in blue?

Zygomatic bone

Occipital bone

Frontal bone

Parietal bone

Question 20Which bone is highlighted in blue?

Radius

Humerus

Fibula

Ulna

Question 21Which bone is highlighted in blue?

Ilium

Pubis

Ischium

Ulna

Question 22Which part of the brain is indicated by the red arrow?

Corpus callosum

Medulla oblongata

Cerebrum

Cerebellum

Question 23What does the red organelle do?

Produce glucose

Store fat

Produce glycogen

Produce ATP

Question 24Which structure is identified by the red arrow?

Ventral horm

Spinal nerve

Dorsal horn

Ganglion

Question 25Which is true of the highlighted nerves?

They have mixed function

They have motor function

They have sensory function

They are part of the central nervous system

Question 26Which muscle is highlighted?

Rectus abdominis

Serratus posterior

Trapezius

Latissimus dorsi

Question 27What structure is represented by the indigo colored sphere in the middle of the cell image?

nucleus

ribosome

RNA

mitochondria

Question 28Which structure is indicated by the red arrow?

Supraspinatus

Teres major

Infraspinatus

Teres minor

Question 29Where are rods and cones located?

Retina

Lens

Myopia

Optic nerve

Question 30What does the highlighted muscle do?

Flexes the hip and extends the knee

Flexes the hip and flexes the knee

Extends the hip and extends the knee

Extends the hip and flexes the knee

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