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Lymphatic System

1. All of the following belong to the lymphatic system EXCEPT
lymph.
lymphatic vessels.
red bone marrow.
yellow bone marrow.

2. Which of the following cells produce antibodies?
T-lymphocytes
B-lymphocytes
monocytes
phagocytes

3. Lymph nodes
are bean-shaped organs.
are located along lymphatic vessels.
are scattered throughout the body.
All of the above.

4. Worn-out and damaged red blood cells are destroyed in the
thymus gland.
tonsils.
spleen.
lymph nodes.

5. The first line of defense against disease-causing organisms is
cell-based immunity.
production of antibodies.
inflammation.
the intact skin.

6. Complement proteins
are found in blood plasma.
are present in infected cells.
are produced by T-cells.
are produced by B-cells.

7. All of the following are symptoms of inflammation EXCEPT
pain
redness
fever
swelling

8. Which of the following an act as an antigen?
bacteria
viruses
food
All of the above.

9. Vaccination is an example of
naturally aquired active immunity.
naturally acquired passive immunity.
artifically acquired active immunity.
artifically acquired passive immunity.

10. Cell-mediated immunity is provided by
macrophages.
basophils.
T-cells.
B-cells.

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Chapter 4
Integumentary System

1. A group of tissues that performs a specific function is a(n)
organ system.
organism.
tissue.
organ.

2. The outermost layer of the skin is the
hypodermis.
subcutaneous layer.
epidermis.
dermis.

3. All of the following are functions of the skin
protection
vitamin B synthesis
temperature regulation
sensation

4. The protein that helps protect the skin and underlying tissue is
melanin.
melatonin.
keratin.
actin.

5. The cells producing the pigment responsible for skin color are the
keratinocytes.
melanocytes.
adipocytes.
Merkel cells.

6. All of the following are accessory organs of the skin EXCEPT
hair
nails
pain receptors
sweat glands

7. The bundle of smooth muscles associated with hair follicles is called
orbicularis muscle.
sebaceous bundle.
arrector pili.
none of the above.

8. Perspiration is the substance produced by
ceruminous glands.
sudoriferous glands.
sebaceous glands.
holocrine glands.

9. A burn that involves the entire epidermis and some of the dermis is a
first-degree burn.
second-degree burn.
third-degree burn.
fourth-degree burn.

10. The most common form of skin cancer is
basal cell carcinoma.
squamous cell carcinoma.
granular cell carcinoma.
malignant melanoma.

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Chapter 12
Lymphatic System

1. A group of tissues that performs a specific function is a(n)
organ system.
organism.
tissue.
organ.

2. The outermost layer of the skin is the
hypodermis.
subcutaneous layer.
epidermis.
dermis.

3. All of the following are functions of the skin
protection
vitamin B synthesis
temperature regulation
sensation

4. The protein that helps protect the skin and underlying tissue is
melanin.
melatonin.
keratin.
actin.

5. The cells producing the pigment responsible for skin color are the
keratinocytes.
melanocytes.
adipocytes.
Merkel cells.

6. All of the following are accessory organs of the skin EXCEPT
hair
nails
pain receptors
sweat glands

7. The bundle of smooth muscles associated with hair follicles is called
orbicularis muscle.
sebaceous bundle.
arrector pili.
none of the above.

8. Perspiration is the substance produced by
ceruminous glands.
sudoriferous glands.
sebaceous glands.
holocrine glands.

9. A burn that involves the entire epidermis and some of the dermis is a
first-degree burn.
second-degree burn.
third-degree burn.
fourth-degree burn.

10. The most common form of skin cancer is
basal cell carcinoma.
squamous cell carcinoma.
granular cell carcinoma.
malignant melanoma.

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To receive additional information, contact Dr. Grass at jgrass@ccsf.edu