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Topic 1: $100 Question: The point at which an impulse from one nerve cell

Topic 1: $100 Question: The point at which an impulse from one nerve cell is communicated to another nerve cell is the: a. Cell body b. Synapse c. Collateral branch d. Effector e. Receptor ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $100 Answer Question: The point at which an impulse from one nerve

Topic 1: $100 Answer Question: The point at which an impulse from one nerve cell is communicated to another nerve cell is the: a. Cell body b. Synapse c. Collateral branch d. Effector e. Receptor BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $200 Question: Elevated ridges located on the surface of the cerebral hemispheres

Topic 1: $200 Question: Elevated ridges located on the surface of the cerebral hemispheres are called: a. Ganglia b. White matter c. Gyri d. Sulci e. Fissures ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $200 Answer Question: Elevated ridges located on the surface of the cerebral

Topic 1: $200 Answer Question: Elevated ridges located on the surface of the cerebral hemispheres are called: a. Ganglia b. White matter c. Gyri d. Sulci e. Fissures BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $300 Question: Lobe that contains the primary motor area that enables voluntary

Topic 1: $300 Question: Lobe that contains the primary motor area that enables voluntary control of skeletal muscle movements: a. Diencephalon b. Temporal lobe c. Parietal lobe d. Occipital lobe e. Frontal lobe ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $300 Answer Question: Lobe that contains the primary motor area that enables

Topic 1: $300 Answer Question: Lobe that contains the primary motor area that enables voluntary control of skeletal muscle movements: a. Diencephalon b. Temporal lobe c. Parietal lobe d. Occipital lobe e. Frontal lobe BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $400 Question: Control of temperature, endocrine activity, metabolism, and thirst are functions

Topic 1: $400 Question: Control of temperature, endocrine activity, metabolism, and thirst are functions associated with the: a. Medulla oblongata b. Hypothalamus c. Cerebellum d. Cerebrum e. Thalamus ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $400 Answer Question: Control of temperature, endocrine activity, metabolism, and thirst are

Topic 1: $400 Answer Question: Control of temperature, endocrine activity, metabolism, and thirst are functions associated with the: a. Medulla oblongata b. Hypothalamus c. Cerebellum d. Cerebrum e. Thalamus BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $500 Question: Which of the following represents the correct sequence from outermost

Topic 1: $500 Question: Which of the following represents the correct sequence from outermost to innermost layers of the meninges: a. Pia mater, Dura mater, Arachnoid mater b. Dura mater, Pia mater, Arachnoid mater c. Arachnoid mater, Dura mater, Pia mater d. Pia mater, Arachnoid mater, Dura mater e. Dura mater, Arachnoid mater, Pia mater ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 1: $500 Answer Question: Which of the following represents the correct sequence from

Topic 1: $500 Answer Question: Which of the following represents the correct sequence from outermost to innermost layers of the meninges: a. Pia mater, Dura mater, Arachnoid mater b. Dura mater, Pia mater, Arachnoid mater c. Arachnoid mater, Dura mater, Pia mater d. Pia mater, Arachnoid mater, Dura mater e. Dura mater, Arachnoid mater, Pia mater BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $100 Question: The nerve that contains motor fibers that are involved in

Topic 2: $100 Question: The nerve that contains motor fibers that are involved in chewing is: a. Cranial nerve III b. Cranial nerve IV c. Cranial nerve V d. Cranial nerve VI e. Cranial nerve VII ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $100 Answer Question: The nerve that contains motor fibers that are involved

Topic 2: $100 Answer Question: The nerve that contains motor fibers that are involved in chewing is: a. Cranial nerve III b. Cranial nerve IV c. Cranial nerve V d. Cranial nerve VI e. Cranial nerve VII BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $200 Question: The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are subdivisions of the:

Topic 2: $200 Question: The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are subdivisions of the: a. Central nervous system b. Voluntary nervous system c. Autonomic nervous system d. Peripheral nervous system e. Somatic nervous system ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $200 Answer Question: The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are subdivisions of

Topic 2: $200 Answer Question: The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are subdivisions of the: a. Central nervous system b. Voluntary nervous system c. Autonomic nervous system d. Peripheral nervous system e. Somatic nervous system BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $300 Question: In contrast to the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous

Topic 2: $300 Question: In contrast to the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system: a. Has two motor neurons b. Has two afferent neurons c. Stimulates its effector cells d. Has both afferent and efferent fibers e. Has centers in the brain and spinal cord ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $300 Answer Question: In contrast to the somatic nervous system, the autonomic

Topic 2: $300 Answer Question: In contrast to the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system: a. Has two motor neurons b. Has two afferent neurons c. Stimulates its effector cells d. Has both afferent and efferent fibers e. Has centers in the brain and spinal cord BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $400 Question: Which letter on the diagram represents the sclera: a. A

Topic 2: $400 Question: Which letter on the diagram represents the sclera: a. A b. B c. D d. F e. G ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $400 Answer Question: Which letter on the diagram represents the sclera: a.

Topic 2: $400 Answer Question: Which letter on the diagram represents the sclera: a. A b. B c. D d. F e. G BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $500 Question: Letter “A” represents the: a. Cornea b. Retina c. Sclera

Topic 2: $500 Question: Letter “A” represents the: a. Cornea b. Retina c. Sclera d. Retina e. Optic disc ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 2: $500 Answer Question: Letter “A” represents the: a. Cornea b. Retina c.

Topic 2: $500 Answer Question: Letter “A” represents the: a. Cornea b. Retina c. Sclera d. Retina e. Optic disc BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $100 Question: A contusion is associated with: a. The medulla oblongata being

Topic 3: $100 Question: A contusion is associated with: a. The medulla oblongata being wedged into the foramen magnum by blood pressure b. Progressive degredation of the brain with abnormal protein deposits c. Retention of water by the brain after a head injury d. Slight and transient brain injury e. Traumatic injury that destroys brain tissue ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $100 Answer Question: A contusion is associated with: a. The medulla oblongata

Topic 3: $100 Answer Question: A contusion is associated with: a. The medulla oblongata being wedged into the foramen magnum by blood pressure b. Progressive degredation of the brain with abnormal protein deposits c. Retention of water by the brain after a head injury d. Slight and transient brain injury e. Traumatic injury that destroys brain tissue BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $200 Question: This condition results in blurred vision, resulting from unequal curvatures

Topic 3: $200 Question: This condition results in blurred vision, resulting from unequal curvatures of the lens or cornea: a. Astigmatism b. Convergence c. Glaucoma d. Hyperopia e. Myopia ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $200 Answer Question: This condition results in blurred vision, resulting from unequal

Topic 3: $200 Answer Question: This condition results in blurred vision, resulting from unequal curvatures of the lens or cornea: a. Astigmatism b. Convergence c. Glaucoma d. Hyperopia e. Myopia BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $300 Question: Area of the eye with acute or discriminatory vision: a.

Topic 3: $300 Question: Area of the eye with acute or discriminatory vision: a. Retina b. Optic disk c. Canal of Schlemm d. Lens e. Fovea centralis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $300 Answer Question: Area of the eye with acute or discriminatory vision:

Topic 3: $300 Answer Question: Area of the eye with acute or discriminatory vision: a. Retina b. Optic disk c. Canal of Schlemm d. Lens e. Fovea centralis BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $400 Question: Which letter represents the Node of Ranvier in the diagram

Topic 3: $400 Question: Which letter represents the Node of Ranvier in the diagram above: a. A b. B c. C d. D e. E ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $400 Answer Question: Which letter represents the Node of Ranvier in the

Topic 3: $400 Answer Question: Which letter represents the Node of Ranvier in the diagram above: a. A b. B c. C d. D e. E BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $500 Question: Which of the following are considered somatic reflexes: a. Regulation

Topic 3: $500 Question: Which of the following are considered somatic reflexes: a. Regulation of blood pressure b. Effectors are smooth muscle and glands c. Flexor reflex d. Papillary light reflex e. Salivary reflex ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 3: $500 Answer Question: Which of the following are considered somatic reflexes: a.

Topic 3: $500 Answer Question: Which of the following are considered somatic reflexes: a. Regulation of blood pressure b. Effectors are smooth muscle and glands c. Flexor reflex d. Papillary light reflex e. Salivary reflex BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $100 Question: An elderly gentleman has just suffered a stroke. He is

Topic 4: $100 Question: An elderly gentleman has just suffered a stroke. He is able to understand verbal and written language, but when he tries to respond, his words are garbled. What cortical region has been damaged by the stroke: a. General interpretation area b. Language comprehension c. Broca’s area d. Auditory area e. Gustatory area ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $100 Answer Question: An elderly gentleman has just suffered a stroke. He

Topic 4: $100 Answer Question: An elderly gentleman has just suffered a stroke. He is able to understand verbal and written language, but when he tries to respond, his words are garbled. What cortical region has been damaged by the stroke: a. General interpretation area b. Language comprehension c. Broca’s area d. Auditory area e. Gustatory area BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $200 Question: The cornea is nourished by a. Corneal blood vessels b.

Topic 4: $200 Question: The cornea is nourished by a. Corneal blood vessels b. Aqueous humor c. Vitreous humor d. Scleral blood vessels e. Optic nerve ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $200 Answer Question: The cornea is nourished by a. Corneal blood vessels

Topic 4: $200 Answer Question: The cornea is nourished by a. Corneal blood vessels b. Aqueous humor c. Vitreous humor d. Scleral blood vessels e. Optic nerve BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $300 Question: Movement of the _____ membrane triggers bending of hairs of

Topic 4: $300 Question: Movement of the _____ membrane triggers bending of hairs of the cells in the organs of Corti, allowing the mechanism of hearing. a. Vestibular b. Otolithic c. Basilar d. Tympanic e. Tectorial ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $300 Answer Question: Movement of the _____ membrane triggers bending of hairs

Topic 4: $300 Answer Question: Movement of the _____ membrane triggers bending of hairs of the cells in the organs of Corti, allowing the mechanism of hearing. a. Vestibular b. Otolithic c. Basilar d. Tympanic e. Tectorial BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $400 Question: The following allows pressure in the middle ear to be

Topic 4: $400 Question: The following allows pressure in the middle ear to be equalized with the atmospheric pressure: a. Endolymph b. Auditory tube c. Oval window d. Semicircular canals e. Tympanic membrane ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $400 Answer Question: The following allows pressure in the middle ear to

Topic 4: $400 Answer Question: The following allows pressure in the middle ear to be equalized with the atmospheric pressure: a. Endolymph b. Auditory tube c. Oval window d. Semicircular canals e. Tympanic membrane BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $500 Question: What does letter “E” indicate in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus

Topic 4: $500 Question: What does letter “E” indicate in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary gland c. Parathyroid glands d. Adrenal glands e. Islets of Landerham ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 4: $500 Answer Question: What does letter “E” indicate in the diagram: a.

Topic 4: $500 Answer Question: What does letter “E” indicate in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary gland c. Parathyroid glands d. Adrenal glands e. Islets of Langerham BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $100 Question: What is being identified as letter “A” in the diagram:

Topic 5: $100 Question: What is being identified as letter “A” in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary glands c. Parathyroid glands d. Thyroid glands e. Adrenal glands ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $100 Answer Question: What is being identified as letter “A” in the

Topic 5: $100 Answer Question: What is being identified as letter “A” in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary glands c. Parathyroid glands d. Thyroid glands e. Adrenal glands BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $200 Question: What is being identified as letter “F” in the diagram:

Topic 5: $200 Question: What is being identified as letter “F” in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary glands c. Adrenal glands d. Parathyroid glands e. Thyroid gland ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $200 Answer Question: What is being identified as letter “F” in the

Topic 5: $200 Answer Question: What is being identified as letter “F” in the diagram: a. Hypothalamus b. Pituitary glands c. Adrenal glands d. Parathyroid glands e. Thyroid gland BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $300 Question: There are three main types of hormones responsible for regulating

Topic 5: $300 Question: There are three main types of hormones responsible for regulating homeostasis. These are: a. Nucleic acid-based molecules, steroids, and humoral b. Steroids, nonsteroid, and neural c. Neural, and steroidal d. Humoral, amino acid-based molecules, and steroids ANSWER e. Steroids, prostaglandins, and amino acid-based BACK TO GAME molecules

Topic 5: $300 Answer Question: There are three main types of hormones responsible for

Topic 5: $300 Answer Question: There are three main types of hormones responsible for regulating homeostasis. These are: a. Nucleic acid-based molecules, steroids, and humoral b. Steroids, nonsteroid, and neural c. Neural, and steroidal d. Humoral, amino acid-based molecules, and steroids e. Steroids, prostaglandins, and amino acid-based BACK TO GAME molecules

Topic 5: $400 Question: White blood cells can locate areas of tissue damage and

Topic 5: $400 Question: White blood cells can locate areas of tissue damage and infection in the body by responding to certain chemicals that diffuse from the damaged cells. This phenomena is called: a. Hemolytic anemia b. Pernicious anemia c. Positive chemotaxis d. Aplastic anemia e. Aplastic chemotaxis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $400 Answer Question: White blood cells can locate areas of tissue damage

Topic 5: $400 Answer Question: White blood cells can locate areas of tissue damage and infection in the body by responding to certain chemicals that diffuse from the damaged cells. This phenomena is called: a. Hemolytic anemia b. Pernicious anemia c. Positive chemotaxis d. Aplastic anemia e. Aplastic chemotaxis BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $500 Question: Two major groups of white blood cells are: a. Erythrocytes

Topic 5: $500 Question: Two major groups of white blood cells are: a. Erythrocytes and lymphocytes b. Erythroprotein and phagocytes c. Granulocytes and lymphocytes d. Granulocytes and agranulocytes e. Lymphocytes and basophils ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Topic 5: $500 Answer Question: Two major groups of white blood cells are: a.

Topic 5: $500 Answer Question: Two major groups of white blood cells are: a. Erythrocytes and lymphocytes b. Erythroprotein and phagocytes c. Granulocytes and lymphocytes d. Granulocytes and agranulocytes e. Lymphocytes and basophils BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice

FINAL ROUND Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice 4 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Answer Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 (correct

FINAL ROUND Answer Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 (correct answer) d. Choice 4 BACK TO GAME