Quiz: Body Parts and Function

Quiz 6 Body Parts and Function

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Question 1
Which of the following organs is responsible removing toxic waste from the blood?
A
Heart
B
Stomach
C
Pineal
D
Liver
Question 1 Explanation: 
The liver is a very vital organ whose daily job includes cleaning the blood, aiding in the digestive process, producing cholesterol, producing protein and storing energy in the form of sugar (glycogen).
Question 2
Which of the following organs is responsible for depositing necessary nutrient in the blood?
A
Prostate
B
Kidney
C
Heart
D
None of the above
Question 2 Explanation: 
The kidney does not only remove toxic wastes from the blood but it also nourishes it. In conditions such as having high blood pressure caused by too much salt in the blood, it is the kidney’s job to remove the excessive amount of salt.
Question 3
One of the functions of the spleen is?
A
To recycle old red blood cells
B
To supply the body with oxygen
C
Both A and B
D
None of the above
Question 3 Explanation: 
The spleen is a part of the lymphatic system, its job is to maintain fluid balance, fight infection and controlling the blood level in the body.
Question 4
If which of the following organs is damaged it affects the production of Vitamin A in the body?
A
Bile
B
Lung
C
Kidney
D
Pancreas
Question 4 Explanation: 
The pancreas is responsible for converting beta-carotene into vitamin A.
Question 5
What are melanocytes?
A
Cells that restricts the production of Melanin
B
Parasitic cells in the body
C
Cells that produces Melanin
D
Cells with neutral function
Question 5 Explanation: 
Without Melanocytes pigmentation cannot naturally occur. Pigmentation only implies to the coloration of the skin. But the condition that contributes to pigmentation is necessary for converting Sunlight into food and useful energy. This defines the true purpose of Melanin (Melanocytes) as opposed to reducing its function to being just a “Sun blocker”. Note: Melanin is not a Sun blocker; it is a Sun (light) harvesting component that pulls Sunlight into the body as opposed to keeping it out (blocking). Referring to Melanin as a “Sun blocker” is used to undermine its dynamic universal powers.
Question 6
Insulin is produced naturally by which of the following organs
A
Spleen
B
Pancreas
C
Gallbladder
D
Pharynx
Question 6 Explanation: 
People who are diabetic and have to take insulin suffers from damaged cells in the pancreas.
Question 7
Select the hormone that regulates the body's retention of water?
A
Enkephalin
B
Arginine vasopressin
C
Antidiuretic hormone
D
Both B and C
Question 7 Explanation: 
Antidiuretic hormone is another name for the arginine vasopressin. When someone drinks liquor and then has the urge to urinate that is because the arginine vasopressin is affected. And it is no longer able to do its job of retaining water in the body.
Question 8
Calcitonin is a hormone that regulates the calcium levels in the blood and is produced by which gland?
A
Thyroid
B
Pituitary
C
Hypothalamus
D
All of the above
Question 8 Explanation: 
Calcitonin helps to regulate the calcium levels in the body which contributes to the health of our bones and alkalinizing our body. Calcitonin is also active in metabolizing calcium and phosphorus.
Question 9
What is the name of the body part that is responsible for preventing gastric acid from spilling up through the esophagus?
A
Gastrocytes
B
Sphincter
C
Gastric valve
D
Both A and C
Question 9 Explanation: 
Sphincters are single muscular open and close values that enables the body to retain or release variant substances.
Question 10
Which of the following represents little tiny holes in our small intestine that is responsible for absorbing the fluid from the broken down foods we eat?
A
Alveoli
B
Valve
C
Villi
D
Both A and C
Question 10 Explanation: 
It is in our small intestine that blood is made from the food we consume and not our bones as it is often implied by western scientists.
Question 11
Which of the following organs is responsible for the production of Gastric acid?
A
Liver
B
Spline
C
Stomach
D
Bladder
Question 11 Explanation: 
Gastric acid is used by our stomach to dissolve (liquefy) the solid food that we eat.
Question 12
When functioning normally, is the pineal a gland or an organ?
A
Gland
B
Organ
C
None of the above
D
Both A and B
Question 12 Explanation: 
When a part of the body is referred to as a gland it means that it doesn’t not produce anything. The sweat gland is an example of this… it does not produce sweat but only secretes it. Organs produces… like the liver which is the organ that produces cholesterol.
Question 13
Which of the following is responsible for circulating blood throughout the entire body?
A
Heart
B
Lungs
C
Lymphatic system
D
Bladder
Question 13 Explanation: 
The heart only pumps blood to a small region not too far from the heart itself. It is the lymphatic system that takes the blood throughout the entire body. Unlike the heart, the lymphatic system does not have a pump so it works by us moving around and that is why exercise is so important.
Question 14
All single (i.e. the kidney will be considered a double) organs are located entirely on left side of the lower body except for which organ?
A
Heart
B
Liver
C
Stomach
D
Pancreas
Question 14 Explanation: 
The Liver is the only single organ that extends over to the right side of the body. All organs exist on the left.
Question 15
Which of the following conditions can trigger an increased surge of blood flow in the body?
A
Fear
B
Anger
C
Stress
D
All of the above
Question 15 Explanation: 
The increased surge of blood is caused by the body’s reaction to internal or or external threats. The blood is what enhances the body’s ability to execute greater task or to deal with the threats so having a surplus of blood in this case works to the body’s advantage.
Question 16
In the case of intense stress (external attack) which of the following system gets shut down?
A
Digestive system
B
Excretory System
C
Immune system
D
All of the above
Question 16 Explanation: 
All systems in the body requires blood as a necessity to execute any task. An external attack is interpreted by the body as a state of emergency and all of its assets should be focused on dealing with this problem. In order to concentrate this focus the body will need all the blood it can get for this fight and so in response it shuts down all the systems that are not necessary to combat the attacker. The blood at this point is now focused on amplifying the mental and physical strength.
Question 17
Which of the following organs is responsible for capturing Sunlight for the purpose of food for the body?
A
Lungs
B
Skin
C
Stomach
D
None of the above
Question 17 Explanation: 
Like any other organs the skin has a purpose, its purpose is to produce Melanin. Melanin is the element in humans, plants, animals, water, the soil, etc. which offers the ability to absorb all the minerals (Sunlight) from our Sun.
Question 18
What are the two main components in the eye that allows us to capture light for the purpose of sight?
A
Vitamin A and Vitamin C
B
Sulfur and Vitamin A
C
Melanin and Vitamin C
D
Melanin and Vitamin A
Question 19
True or false, a health vagina is natural aphrodisiac for men?
A
True
B
False
Question 19 Explanation: 
This enforces the importance of having a natural diet. Natural fruits and vegetables contain electrocytes. Electrocytes is what creates the electricity that our body uses to function. This includes: physical movement, thinking, sensitivity, etc. The more electrified the body is from our food consumption is the more sensitive it is, this means sharper nerve endings. This is what makes sexual intercourse pleasurable and spiritual. The electrical charge from both male and female sex organs is what maintains the health of the sexual/spiritual engagement. Today due to poor eating habits the electrical frequency from the man or woman is so poor that a woman can replace a man with a piece of plastic (dildos). And a man can find satisfactory engagement in other places other than with a woman. A fully electrified body’s sexual organ can never be substituted without feelings of great compromise.
Question 20
What is the name of the largest organ in the body?
A
Skin
B
Heart
C
Liver
D
Lung
Question 20 Explanation: 
The skin accounts for about 12 to 15 percent of total body weight and covers a surface area of about 20 square feet.
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