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The Hepatocyte is a functional cell of which organ?
Hepatocytes make up 80% of the liver's mass
What is the longest bone found in the body?
Also known as the thigh bone.
Alveoli are found in which organ?
They are the little air sacs in the lungs responsible for gas exchange
The Patella is the anatomical name for which bone?
It begins to ossify into bone at about four years of age.
Which body part contains the most bones?
Each arm as 32 bones, each leg has 30 and the chest usually has 25.
Which cells are also known as Thrombocytes?
They help in stopping you from bleeding to death.
If someone is Masticating, what are they doing?
Increasing the number of chews per bite increases relevant gut hormones
Rickets is caused by a deficiency in which vitamin?
Cases of what is believed to have been rickets have been described since the 1st century
Malaria is an infectious disease caused by what kind of pathogen?
Caused by the 'Plasmodium' parasite, of which there are 5 speices that can cause Malaria in Humans.
Insulin is an example of what?
A hormone produced in the Pancreas
DNA comprises of 4 bases, Adenine, Thymine, Guanine and...?
A Myocardial infarction is the medical term for what?
Where would you find the Uvula?
Its the little thing thats hanging down at the back of your throat
There are three kinds of blood vessels, Arteries, Veins and....?
The smallest of all vessels.
On average, in a healthy human, how long do red blood cells circulate before being destroyed and recycled?
RBC's live for 100-120 days before being taken out of circulation by the Spleen.
How do the arms have more bones than the chest? You have each of the separate rib-bones, counting many more than the arms.
Please explain? Q_Q
I have changed the answers slightly to avoid more discussion :-).
the first question: The Hepatocyte
Me: aha actually never mind
Edit: I got 9/15, which is much better than I thought I'd do XD