In the kidneys, both useful substances and wastes are removed from the blood by
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When an impulse reaches the end of a neuron, it triggers the release of
B. sodium ions.
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Which of the following choices best describes dopamine?
A. A substance that is naturally found in the brain.
B. An illegal drug that can cause great damage.
C. A receptor molecule that is found on neurons.
D. A protein that stimulates neurons to grow.
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Sensory cells in taste buds respond to which types of flavors?
A. salty, bitter, sweet, sour, umami
B. salty, spicy, juicy, sweet, tangy
C. sour, tangy, spicy, bitter, sweet
D. fatty, sweet, meaty, tangy, salty
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What is the function of the central nervous system?
A. to gather information
B. to carry a response to glands and muscles
C. to receive stimuli from the environment
D. to process information and form a response
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What do ligaments hold together in a joint?
A. cartilage and bone
C. bone and muscle
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What “muscular tube” carries food between the pharynx and the stomach?
A. small intestine
D. large intestine
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Which diagram in Figure 32–2 shows an example of a joint involved in kicking a soccer ball?
A. Diagram A
B. Diagram B
C. Diagram C
D. Diagram D
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The most important function of the skin is
B. storing fat.
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Which of the following sensory receptors would lead you to squint in bright light?
Photoreceptors lead you to squint in bright light.
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Your alarm clock wakes you up and reminds you to get ready for school. Which type of neuron receives the sound of the alarm?
B. myelin neurons
C. sensory neurons
D. motor neurons
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If you did not like the flavor of a certain oral liquid medicine, you could hide much of its taste by
A. closing your eyes.
B. covering your ears.
C. holding your nose.
D. folding your hands together.
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