Saturday, 24 October 2020

Science Quiz 78: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 78: Human Body Quiz


This is a part in the series of questions on human body. New quiz will be added every day. So visit again for a new set of questions and learn more about your body.



1. Which of the following is the narrowest portion of the stomach?
Fundus
Pylorus
Cardia
Antrum

Friday, 23 October 2020

Science Quiz 77: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 77: Human Body Quiz


This is a part in the series of questions on human body. New quiz will be added every day. So visit again for a new set of questions and learn more about your body.



1. Peptide hormones or protein hormones are hormones whose molecules are peptides or proteins. Which is the first peptide hormone discovered?
Amylin
Insulin
Leptin
Prolactin

2. Fibroids are found in which part of the female body?
Colon
Kidney
Uterus
Breast

3. Which is considered to be the "master gland" of the endocrine system?
Pituitary
Pineal
Adrenal
Thyroid

4. Which among the following is the medical term for removal of uterus?
Laparotomy
Hysterectomy
Lobotomy
Colostomy

5. How many bones are present in the human neck?
7
6
10
8

6. Which is the largest internal organ in the human body?
Heart
Liver
Kidney
Pancreas

7. What is the name of the fluid that keeps joints moving smoothly?
Synovial fluid
Adenoidal fluid
Pleural fluid
Peritoneal fluid

8. Name the tube that connects the uterus to the ovaries
Colon
Cochlea
Urethra
Fallopian tube

9. With which one of the following will you associate tragus?
Nose
Eye
Ear
Stomach

10. Broca's area, or the Broca area of the brain is associated with
Speech
Smell
Memory
Vision


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Thursday, 22 October 2020

Science Quiz 76: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 76: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which is the largest bone, measuring a quarter of the body's height?
Tibia
Fibula
Femur
Humerus

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Science Quiz 75: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 75: Human Body Quiz


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1. Name the blood vessel that carries unfiltered blood from the aorta to the kidney.
Renal Artery
Renal vein
Radial artery
Femoral artery

Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Science Quiz 74: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 74: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which part of the body is affected by multiple myeloma?
Bone marrow
Bones
Muscles
Nerves

Monday, 19 October 2020

Science Quiz 73: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 73: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which of the following is the tube that carries urine from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body?
Ureter
Urethra
Fallopian tube
Colon

Sunday, 18 October 2020

Saturday, 17 October 2020

Science Quiz 71: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 71: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which of these filters out nitrogenous wastes and regulates concentration of salts in the body?
Lungs
Lymph nodes
Kidneys
Gall bladder

Friday, 16 October 2020

Science Quiz 70: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 70: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which is the longest segment of the small intestine?
Ileum
Duodenum
Cecum
Jejunum

2. How many pairs of spinal nerves are there in the human body?
26
31
51
17

3. Which part of the human eye can be transplanted from a dead donor to a living person?
Cornea
Retina
Lens
Iris

4. Which of these glands function as both an endocrine and exocrine gland?
Adrenal
Pancreas
Pineal
Liver

5. How many times, approximately, do human beings blink in each minute?
15-20
5-10
25
30

6. Swine Flu is caused by which of these
H1N1
HIV
H!B1
H1N2

7. Which of these raises the glucose level in the blood by stimulating the liver to reconvert glycogen into glucose?
Insulin
Glucagon
Somatosatatin
Acinar cells

8. Which part of the body is most affected by smoking?
Heart
Teeth
Lungs
Liver

9. Which valve regulates blood flow between the right atrium and the right ventricle?
Mitral
Pulmonary
Tricuspid
Aortic

10. Bile, which is important for digestion is secreted in the the
Kidneys
Lungs
Liver
Pancreas

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Science Quiz 69: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 69: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which of these digestive enzymes breaks down protein into amino acids?
Amylase
Lipase
Trypsin
Pepsin

2. Which part of an alcoholic's body is most affected by his lifestyle?
Heart
Liver
Kidney
Lungs

3. Which of these is called the heart's natural pacemaker?
Sinoatrial node
Mitral valve
Septum
Pulmonary valve

4. What is the normal temperature for the human body?
36 Celsius
37 Celsius
98.6 Fahrenheit
Both B and C

5. In which part of the human body does the process of digestion begin?
Mouth
Eesophagus
Stomach
Throat

6. How many bones are likely to be there in an adult person?
300
206
341
209

7. The hyoid bone is the only bone without a joint. Where is it found?
Neck
Throat
Shoulder
Ear

8. Which of the following removes worn blood cells or lymphocytes?
Spleen
Pancreas
Appendix
Lungs

9. Name the Greek anatomist who discovered pancreas first
Herophilus
Galen
Amentes
Rufus of Ephesus

10. What is the name of the system in the human body that transports blood?
Respiratory system
Lymphatic System
Digestive System
Cardiovascular system

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Science Quiz 68: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 68: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which among the following is an important part of our immune system?
Digestive system
Nervous system
Lymphatic system
Respiratory system

2. Do you know the snail shaped tube that is found in the ear?
Cochlea
Tympanum
Ossicle
Stirrup

3. How many strands of hair does an average person have on his head?
500000
100000
750000
250000

4. Which gland produces somatotropin, the growth hormone?
Adrenal
Pituitary
Hypothalamus
Pineal

5. Adipose tissues is commonly known as
Cartilage
Body fat
Tendons
Adrenal

6. Which membranes cover and protect the brain and spinal cord?
Synovial
Mucous
Meninges
None of these

7. What is the name of the tissue that connects muscle to bone?
Adipose
Tendon
Fascia
Ligament

8. Which of these glands is present as a pair in the human body?
Liver
Adrenal
Pancreas
Pineal

9. Tears are produced by the eyes when we are sad or when the eye gets irritated. Which is the gland that produces tears?
Pineal
Pituitary
Adrenal
Lacrimal

10. A doctor who specialises in cancer treatment is called
Nephrologist
Oncologist
Paediatrician
Neurologist

Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Science Quiz 67: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 67: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which of these in the human body has no blood vessels?
Cornea
Sclera
Iris
Pupil

2. The eyeball is divided into how many fluid-filled chambers?
2
3
4
6

3. Vitiligo is a disease that affects which of the following?
Lungs
Skin
Nerves
Heart

4. Who discovered the pancreatic duct?
Johann Georg Wrsung
Jonas Salk
Paul Langerhans
Ronald Ross

5. How many dead skin cells fall from the human body every minute ?
50000
40000
20000
100000

6. Which is the body's largest artery?
Aorta
Carotid
Lumbar
Subclavian

7. What is the name of the parasite that is found to live on the human head?
Louse
Termite
Mite
Flea

8. Which of the following is an important symbol in occult physiology, and believed to contain the secret of fate?
Heart
Liver
Kidney
Lungs

9. Which among the following is a neurotransmitter?
Insulin
Adrenalin
Dopamine
All of these

10. Which animal has the same number of bones in the neck as humans?
Gorilla
Chimpanzee
Tiger
Giraffe

Monday, 12 October 2020

Science Quiz 66: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 66: Human Body Quiz


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1. Deficiency of which mineral caused the disease called goitre?
Potassium
Sodium
Iodine
Magnesium

2. Which of the following is the largest organ in the human body?
Liver
Skin
Lungs
Heart

3. Parkinson's disease is caused by the lack of those substances required for the formation of which one of the following?
Dopamine
Serotonin
Melanin
Both A and B

4. How many bones can be found in the human face?
14
13
15
12

5. What is the name of the muscle that is found below the lungs?
Duodenum
Diaphragm
Bronchus
Endocardium

6. Which part of the ear analyzes sound waves and maintain body balance?
Outer ear
Middle ear
Inner ear
Both A and B

7. Which of the following is NOT a part of small intestine?
Duodenum
jejunum
Caecum
Ileum

8. What separates the lobes of the lungs from one another?
Fissure
Bronchi
Alveoli
Trachea

9. Which part of the human body prevents food from entering the respiratory tracts?
Larynx
Esophagus
Epiglottis
Eustachian tube

10. Where is Soleus muscle found in the human body?
Hand
Neck
Leg
Chest

Sunday, 11 October 2020

Science Quiz 65: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 65: Human Body Quiz


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1. What is the new, uncontrolled growth of cells that is not under physiologic control called?
Necrosis
Nephrosis
Neurosis
Neoplasia

2. What is the formation of new blood vessels called?
Osteogenesis
Pathogenesis
Angiogenesis
Homeostasis

3. Which of these hormones is produced by testes?
Projesterone
Prolactin
Serotonin
Testosterone

4. Which is the largest joint in a human body?
Knee
Shoulder
Ankle
Wrist

5. Which is the only organ in the human body that floats?
Liver
Heart
Lungs
Stomach

6. Which is the most sensitive part of the retina?
Cornea
Macula
Iris
Fovea

7. What is the medical term for the disease that is characterised by seizures?
Epilepsy
Dropsy
Leukemia
Pleurisy

8. The name of which disease is derived from the Greek word 'diabainien' which means 'to pass through' or 'to siphon'?
Diphtheria
Diabetes
Dengue
Dropsy

9. How many blood cells are produced and destroyed by the body every second?
14 million
10 million
15 million
20 million

10. Which of these is the largest and strongest chamber in the heart?
Right ventricle
Left ventricle
Right atrium
Left atrium

Saturday, 10 October 2020

Science Quiz 64: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 64: Human Body Quiz


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1. Which of the following affects the human lung?
Silicosis
Pleurisy
Bronchitis
All of these

2. Name the first protein to be chemically synthesised and produced by DNA recombinant technology?
Gastrin
Somatostatin
Insulin
Glucagon

3. Which part of the body does gout affect?
Feet
Arms
Eyes
Brain

4. How many chambers does the human heart have?
4
5
6
2

5. What is the primary objective of sweating in humans?
Thermoregulation
Removal of toxins
Removal of excess water
Removal of excess salt

6. Who was the first to dissect the human body?
Susrutha
Dhanvanthari
John Hadley
Herophilus

7. Which of these hormones is necessary for the uterus to contract during childbirth?
Prolactin
Oxytocin
Adrenalin
Corticosterone

8. How many bones does the human hand have?
20
25
27
29

9. Which of the following is also known as the voice box?
Pharynx
Trachea
Larynx
Epiglotis

10. The ear is divided into how many parts?
3
4
5
2

Friday, 9 October 2020

Science Quiz 63: Human Body Quiz

Science Quiz 63: Human Body Quiz





1. Which of these hormones stimulates milk production in women after childbirth?
Prolactin
Oxytocin
Epinephrine
Both A and B

2. Which of these are made of cartilage and not bones?
Ears
Nose
Neck
Both A and B

3. The nervous system transmits impulses at the rate of
100 m/sec
200 m/sec
300 m/sec
250 m/sec

4. Name the largest and longest nerves in the human body
Lumbar
Sciatic
Spinal
Cervical

5. The death of body tissue is called
Necrosis
Nephrosis
Neurosis
Neoplasia

6. The inner surface of every blood vessel is lined by a thin layer of cells known as
Mucosa
Epidermis
Endothelium
Epithelium

7. Which part of the skull contains the brain?
Cranium
Mandible
Occipital bone
Maxila

8. How many types of cells are there in a bone?
6
2
5
4

9. Which is the hardest tissue in the human body?
Skin
Enamel
Bone
Cementum

10. Which is the thin membrane that covers the white of the eye?
Macula
Conjunctiva
Cornea
Retina

Sunday, 4 October 2020

Sports Quiz 52

Sports Quiz 52





1. Who were the champions of 2018 World Cup Hockey tournament?
Belgium
India
Pakistan
Netherlands

2. The word Gambit is related to which of the following sports?
Squash
Table Tennis
Polo
Chess

3. Which is the most successful team in the World Cup Hockey tournament?
India
Pakistan
Spain
Australia

4. Ian Thorpe was the most successful athlete at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. With which sports he is associated?
Athletics
Boxing
Swimming
Racing

5. Penhold and shakehand are styles associated with which one of the following sports?
Cricket
Hockey
Table Tennis
Badminton

6. UEFA Champions League is related to which sports?
Badminton
Football
Table Tennis
Hockey

7. Which among the following is the National Sports of USA?
Bowling
Baseball
Table Tennis
Rugby

8. Ryder cup is related to which sports?
Polo
Golf
Tennis
Lawn Tennis

9. Velodrome is an arena for which among the following sporting events ?
Lawn tennis
Ice Hockey
Track Cycling
Formula 1 racing

10. Pestabola Merdeka or Merdeka Tournament is associated with which sports?
Tennis
Football
Volleyball
Cricket

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