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Human Body Challenge
• As a group, read and discuss each
question. I will give about 30
seconds per question. At the end, we
will check the answers. The group
with the most correct answers will
win.
1 of 35) Name this part of the ear.
2 of 35) Name the inner ear bone that leads to the
auditory nerve?
3 of 35) Name the cells inside the cochlea that create
impulses when bent.
4 of 35) During an action potential, what is the
electrical charge of the cell’s interior?
5 of 35) Which part of the eye focuses an image onto
the retina?
6 of 35) Name the objects that carry
neurotransmitters outside of a neuron.
7 of 35) Label the parts of the eye diagram.
Choices:
Iris
Lens
Optic Nerve
Pupil
Retina
Cornea
8 of 35) Which diabetes type increasing in the USA
due to poor diet and lack of exercise?
9 of 35) The human control system has 4 parts.
Which role do nerves play?
10 of 35) Which tissue supports the body and
includes bones and ligaments?
11 of 35) Label the objects of the neuron below.
Choices:
Neurotransmitters
Impulse
Plasma membrane
Vesicle
Schwann cell
Synapse
Receptor
12 of 35) Which part of the brain is the
“thermostat” during the process of
thermoregulation?
13 of 35) Match the sense with the nerve.
Sense
Nerve
Smell
Auditory
Sight
Olfactory
Hearing
Optical
14 of 35) Which part of a control system gathers
information about the body and environment?
15 of 35)During negative feedback, which organ
senses high blood glucose levels and then
responds to help lower the level?
16 of 35) Name the fluid that scent chemicals dissolve
in before leading to the olfactory nerve?
17 of 35) Which part of a neuron first receives
neurotransmitters and then creates an impulse?
18 of 35) Label the
parts of the
endocrine system
using the choices
below.
Adrenal
Testes
Thymus
Pituitary
Thyroid
Pancreas
Ovaries
19 of 35) Name the proteins found on the
surface of cells to help identify them as
belonging to yourself.
20 of 35) Which white blood cell surrounds
and engulfs foreign particles?
21 of 35) Two part question:
a) What type of chemical do glands create?
b) The chemical created from part a, then binds
to a receptor inside the cell, to make which
other molecule?
22 of 20) Name the protein that binds
oxygen to red blood cells.
23 of 35) Name 3 components of
whole blood.
24 of 35) List all the blood types that a B+
person can receive in a transfusion.
25 of 35) Which white blood cell destroys
infected body cells, along with the invading
pathogen?
26 of 35) Which process is taking place in
the animation below?
27 of 35) Because plasma is mostly water, it is
considered a solute/solvent. (choose 1)
28 of 35) Which gland is considered your
“thermostat” to help control body
temperature?
29 of 35) Two part
question:
a) Name the gland
that helps WBCs
mature.
b) Identify the
gland.
30 of 35) Three part
question:
a) Name the gland
that controls blood
sugar levels.
b) Name the
hormone that
reduces blood sugar
concentration in the
blood.
c) Which letter
identifies this gland?
31 of 35) Which defense proteins cause
pathogens to clump together until being
destroyed by WBCs?
32 of 35) Two part
question:
a) Name the gland
releases estrogen.
b) Identify the
gland.
33 of 35) Tom is taken to a hospital and needs
blood. His mother informs the doctors that his
blood type is O negative. List all the blood types
that Tom can receive.
34 of 35) Which medications are created
from dead/weakened viruses?
35 of 35) Which part of
blood clots to help stop
bleeding?
Exchange
Your
Answers
1 of 35) Name this part of the ear.
2 of 35) Name the inner ear bone that leads to the
auditory nerve?
3 of 35) Name the cells inside the cochlea that create
impulses when bent.
4 of 35) During an action potential, what is the
electrical charge of the cell’s interior?
5 of 35) Which part of the eye focuses an image onto
the retina?
6 of 35) Name the objects that carry
neurotransmitters outside of a neuron.
7 of 35) Label the parts of the eye diagram.
Choices:
Iris
Lens
Optic Nerve
Pupil
Retina
Cornea
8 of 35) Which diabetes type increasing in the USA
due to poor diet and lack of exercise?
9 of 35) The human control system has 4 parts.
Which role do nerves play?
10 of 35) Which tissue supports the body and
includes bones and ligaments?
11 of 35) Label the objects of the neuron below.
12 of 35) Which part of the brain is the
“thermostat” during the process of
thermoregulation?
13 of 35) Match the sense with the nerve.
Sense
Nerve
Smell
Auditory
Sight
Olfactory
Hearing
Optical
14 of 35) Which part of a control system gathers
information about the body and environment?
15 of 35)During negative feedback, which organ
senses high blood glucose levels and then
responds to help lower the level?
16 of 35) Name the fluid that scent chemicals dissolve
in before leading to the olfactory nerve?
17 of 35) Which part of a neuron first receives
neurotransmitters and then creates an impulse?
18 of 35) Label the
parts of the
endocrine system
using the choices
below.
Testes
Thymus
Pituitary
Thyroid
Adrenal
Pancreas
Ovaries
19 of 35) Name the proteins found on the
surface of cells to help identify them as
belonging to yourself.
20 of 35) Which white blood cell surrounds
and engulfs foreign particles?
21 of 35) Two part question:
a) What type of chemical do glands create?
b) The chemical created from part a, then binds to a
receptor inside the cell, to make which other
molecule?
22 of 35) Name the protein that binds
oxygen to red blood cells.
23 of 35) Name 3 components of
whole blood.
24 of 35) List all the blood types that a B+
person can receive in a transfusion.
Remember, this person will only
have A antibodies in their plasma.
25 of 35) Which white blood cell destroys
infected body cells, along with the invading
pathogen?
26 of 35) Which process is taking place in
the animation below?
27 of 35) Because plasma is mostly water, it is
considered a solute/solvent. (choose 1)
28 of 35) Which gland is considered your
“thermostat” to help control body
temperature?
29 of 35) Two part
question:
a) Name the gland
helps WBCs
mature.
b) Identify the
gland.
30 of 35) Three part
question:
a) Name the gland that
controls blood sugar
levels.
b) Name the hormone
that reduces blood
sugar concentration in
the blood.
c) Which letter
identifies this gland?
31 of 35) Which defense proteins cause
pathogens to clump together until being
destroyed by WBCs?
32 of 35) Two part
question:
a) Name the gland
releases estrogen.
b) Identify the
gland.
33 of 35) Tom is taken to a hospital and needs
blood. His mother informs the doctors that his
blood type is O negative. List all the blood types
that Tom can receive.
34 of 35) Which medications are created
from dead/weakened viruses?
35 of 35) Which part of
blood clots to help stop
bleeding?