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Facts about Smoking Quiz

MCQ: Friends teasing that non-smoker is not sporting enough and lively turns into

  1. teasing pressure
  2. community-pressure
  3. moral-pressure
  4. peer group pressure

D

Spinal Nerves Quiz

MCQ: Function of spinal nerves is to transmit

  1. impulses from receptors to motor neurons
  2. impulses from receptors to forebrain
  3. impulses from receptors to spinal cord
  4. transmit any stimulus

C

Blood Pressure Testing Quiz

MCQ: 75 to 90 mm of mercury is an adults normal

  1. systolic pressure
  2. diastolic pressure
  3. peristalsis pressure
  4. water pressure

B

Blood and Plasma Quiz

MCQ: Blood is called blood tissue due to the presence of

  1. blood cells only
  2. platelets only
  3. antibodies
  4. blood cells and platelets

D

Structure of Mammalian Skin Quiz

MCQ: Self regulatory mechanism and negative feedback cannot initiate in the absence of

  1. appropriate body temperature
  2. biosensors
  3. receptors
  4. bacteria and virus

C