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2 Created by: Christine Copyright, 2013 PLAY

3 1,000, , , ,000 64,000 32,000 16,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 1,

4 Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.

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7 B. deglutition C. absorption A. defecation D. mastication The process of swallowing is also known as:

8 CORRECT B. deglutition Back to Board

9 A. catabolism C. anabolism B. carbolysis D. metabolism The process by which larger molecules or structures are built up from smaller ones is called:

10 Back to Board C. anabolism CORRECT

11 A. cecum C. rectum B. anus D. small intestine The opening of the large intestine is called the:

12 Back to Board B. anus CORRECT

13 D. protein C. vitamin A B. water A. vitamin K Which one of the following is NOT absorbed by the human large intestine:

14 Back to Board D. protein CORRECT

15 A. waste secretion C. absorption of water C. absorption of water D. mineral secretion B. absorption of nutrients B. absorption of nutrients The primary function of the small intestine is:

16 Back to Board B. absorption of nutrients CORRECT

17 A. pharynx C. larynx B. esophagus D. tongue Which one of the following is NOT involved in the swallowing reflex:

18 Back to Board C. larynx CORRECT

19 A. Synthesis of cholesterol A. Synthesis of cholesterol C. ATP production B. Synthesis of Vitamin K B. Synthesis of Vitamin K D. Synthesis of Lipoproteins D. Synthesis of Lipoproteins The liver metabolizes fats for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

20 Back to Board B. Synthesis of Vitamin K CORRECT

21 A. gallbladder, liver C. liver, gallbladder C. liver, gallbladder B. pancreas, liver D. liver, pancreas D. liver, pancreas Bile is produced by the __________ but stored in the __________.

22 Back to Board C. liver, gallbladder CORRECT

23 A. large intestine D. stomach D. stomach Protein digestion begins in the: C. small intestine B. mouth

24 Back to Board D. stomach CORRECT

25 Which one of the following is continuous with the esophagus: A. nasopharynx C. linguopharynx B. oropharynx D. laryngopharynx

26 Back to Board D. laryngopharynx CORRECT

27 A. segmentation The process by which food within the small intestine is mixed with digestive juices by backward and forward movement across the internal wall of the organ is called: C. absorption B. digestion D. defecation

28 Back to Board A. segmentation CORRECT

29 B. 4 liters When full, the average adult stomach can hold approximately: A. 4 tons C. 4 quarts D. 4 gallons

30 Back to Board B. 4 liters CORRECT

31 C. large intestine C. large intestine The organ responsible for drying out indigestible food residue through water absorption and the elimination of feces is the: A. small intestine B. stomach D. liver

32 Back to Board C. large intestine CORRECT

33 C. pancreas The accessory digestive organ that produces enzymes that break down all food groups is the: A. liver D. salivary glands B. gallbladder

34 Back to Board C. pancreas CORRECT

35 A. chemical digestion The sequence of steps by which large food molecules are broken down into their respective building blocks by catalytic enzymes within hydrolysis reactions is called: B. absorption D. ingestion C. mechanical digestion C. mechanical digestion

36 A. chemical digestion CORRECT

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