Anatomy and Age-related Physiology (Synergy Answers)

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Anatomy and Age-related Physiology (Synergy Answers)

Anatomy and age physiology test answers Synergy

The gland, which is the central organ of the immune system, is ...

The first turning point in the development of the anaerobic capacity of a child is age ...
12 years
6 years
8 years
3 years

Four pulmonary veins flow into ...
right ventricle
right atrium
left atrium
left ventricle

A man’s blood-forming organ after his birth is ...
The lymph nodes
liver
spleen
Bone marrow

The small intestine consists of a duodenum, ...
iliac
skinny iliac
transverse colon, iliac
skinny

The highest subcortical center for the regulation of digestion is ...
hypothalamus

The total duration of the human heart cycle is ... s
0.6
0.4
1,2
0.8

Slow puberty is characteristic of girls ... like constitution
thoracic
astenoid
muscle
digestive

It’s not true that gastric juice enzymes belong ...
lipase
maltase
gastricin
pepsin

The pH value (concentration of hydrogen ions) of the blood is ...
weak acid
alkaline
slightly alkaline
acidic

The skeleton of an adult is made up of ... bones
200
250
300
150

Every decade, the average weight of a child 4-7 years old increases by ... kg
1,5
0.5
1
0.8

An adult makes an average of ... respiratory movements per minute
45–47
25–27
15-17
35–37

The main function of the parathyroid glands is the regulation ...
carbohydrate metabolism
calcium and phosphorus metabolism
fat metabolism
growth and development processes

The vessels and parts of the heart that carry only venous blood include ...
aorta, left ventricle, inferior vena cava, pulmonary veins
aorta, superior vena cava, pulmonary veins, right ventricle
pulmonary artery, inferior vena cava, superior vena cava, right ventricle
pulmonary artery, aorta, left ventricle, inferior vena cava

Enzymatic cleavage of proteins to amino acids ...
carried in the esophagus
begins in the stomach, ends in the small intestine
begins in the oral cavity, ends in the small intestine
carried out in the rectum

Pressure equalization on the eardrum is ensured by ...
eustachian tube
eardrum
auditory ossicles
Corti´s organ hair cells

The centers of respiratory and digestive reflexes are located in ...
cerebellum
medulla oblongata
midbrain
cerebral cortex

The structural and functional unit of the lung is ...

The brain mass of the newborn is ...% of its body weight
2-3
12–13
5-6
8-10

The number of deciduous teeth in humans is ...
sixteen
24
twenty
eighteen

The ossification of the spinal column is completed by ... years
21-23
35–38
27-30
16-18

Wedge-shaped fontanelles disappear by ... years
3
2
5
4

The child begins to distinguish between pleasant and unpleasant odors at the age of ...
twelve months
eight months
four months
one month

Additional information

The first breath of a newborn is carried out thanks to ... in the blood
increase CO2 concentration
CO2 reduction
lowering the concentration of hydrogen ions
adrenaline

Continuous reading for students in grade 1 should be ... minutes
5
fifteen
20–25
7-10

The sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions belong to ... the nervous system
central (spinal cord)
central (brain)
vegetative
somatic

A lower voice in men compared with women is associated with ...
longer vocal cords
larger larynx
greater muscle tension in the larynx
wider glottis

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