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Entomology- Insect Orders Quiz
A brief review of the various insect orders and the insects that belong to them. Information referenced from Field Guide to Texas Insects by Bastiaan Drees and John Jackman (1999).
1) Beetles fall under the order Coleoptera and are among the largest order by number of species. : False
2) Insects from the order of diptera are usually wingless and are known for their knob-like structures called halteres. : False
3) Moths and butterflies belong in the order of lepidoptera. : False
4) Hemiptera are found on plants and animals, or in water. : True
5)

The abdomen of the female hymenoptera ends in an ovipositor (a tubular organ through which a female insect or fish deposits eggs) which may be modified into a stinger.

: True

Created on October 30, 2011
# of questions: 10

Elementary Aged Multiplication Quiz
Help learn or retain times tables zeros and ones
1) 8 x 0
: 7
2) 10 x 0
: 9
3) 0 x 5
: 4
4) 7 x 1

: 6
5) 9 x 1
: 18

Created on October 26, 2011
# of questions: 8

Elementary Addition Quiz
Short quiz to help elementary aged children with adding numbers
1) You have seven (7) carrots and your brother has two (2). Together, you and your brother have ten (10) carrots.
: False
2) 8+1 : 10
3) 10+3 : 13
4) 5+5 : 10
5) 2+2 : 4

Created on October 25, 2011
# of questions: 14

math
addition
1) 1+1= 2 : True
2) 3+ 4+ 2= 9 : True

Created on October 24, 2011
# of questions: 2

Neuro 3 Motor Development Quiz
This quiz is on the first 6 months of normal child development. The next 6 months will be posted shortly.
1) At 6 months, babies are typically able to sit and be functional in all planes
: False
2) In a normally developing child, the flexor tone is typically developed before the extensor tone.
: False
3) Which statement is incorrect?

: Head strategies are developed first (cephalocaudal)
4) The embryo is typically in what time span?
: 4 Weeks Gestation
5) Mrs. Jones recently gave birth to her baby son. The baby was born in 42 weeks gestation. What would the time span of this baby being born be considered?
: Premature

Created on October 23, 2011
# of questions: 25

Classification of Tissues Quiz

1) Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function are called? : capillaries
2) Histology is the study of tissues, a study of gross anatomy and provides the structural basis for study of organ physiology. : False
3) Which epithelia consist of one layer of cells attached to the basement membrane? : squamous epithelial
4) A simple columar epithelium in which its cells vary in height and the nuclei lie at different levels above the basement membrane. : pseudostratified epithelium
5) __________ is a rather peculiar stratified squamous epithelium that is found only in urinary system organs sujected to periodic distention, such as the bladder. : basement membrane

Created on October 23, 2011
# of questions: 6

Body Cavities Quiz
The body has two large cavities that provide different degrees of protection.
1) __________ is the cavity that the brain is enclosed in. : cranial cavity
2) __________ is the cavity that protects the spinal cord. : vertebral cavity
3) What is the name of the cavity that houses the stomach, intestines, liver, and other organs? : abdominal cavity
4) The region that is partially enclosed by the bony pelvis and contains the reproductive organs, bladder, and rectum. : pelvic cavity
5) The __________ affords some measure of protection by the bony rib cage and is where the heart and lungs are located. : thoracic cavity

Created on October 23, 2011
# of questions: 9

Spanish Clothing Vocabulary Quiz
Sol Y Vient 2B FAU. Vocabulary on clothing
1) el abrigo : coat
2) la blusa : blouse
3) la bolsa : purse
4) las botas : boots
5) los calcetines : socks

Created on October 20, 2011
# of questions: 19

Spanish Vocabulary 1B Sol Y Viento Quiz
FAU Spanish 1
1) abrir : to open
2) aprender : to learn
3) asistir(a) : to attend(a class)
4) beber : to drink
5) comer : to eat

Created on October 17, 2011
# of questions: 101

Movements of the Synovial Joints Quiz

1) A movement, generally in the sagittal plane, that decreases the angle of the joint and reduces the distance between the two bone (bending the knee or elbow). : Flexion
2) A movement that increases the angle of the joint and the distance between two bones or parts of the body (straightening of the knees or elbow). : Extension
3) Movement of a limb away from the midline or median plane of the body, generally on the frontal plane, or fanning movement of fingers or toes when they are spread apart. : Abduction
4) Movement of a limb toward the midline of the body. : Adduction
5) Movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis without lateral or medial displacement, also described as a movement of the atlas around the odontoid process of the axis. : Rotation

Created on October 16, 2011
# of questions: 12

The Appendicular Skeleton Quiz
The upper limb that is composed of the 126 bones of the appendages and the pectoral and pelvic girdles.
1) The "collarbone" is also called : Humerus
2) What is the name of the scapular region to which the clavicle connects? : Scapula
3) __________ is the distal condyle of the humerus that articulates with the ulna : Radius
4) The two coxal (coxa = hip) bones together with sacrum and coccyx form the ____________. : Bony pelvis
5) The _________ is a triangular sesamoid bone enclosed in the quadriceps tendon that secures the anterior thigh muscle to the tibia. : Tibial tuberosity

Created on October 16, 2011
# of questions: 10

Movements of the Synovial Joints Quiz

1) A movement, generally in the sagittal plane, that decreases the angle of the joint and reduces the distance between the two bone (bending the knee or elbow). : Flexion
2) A movement that increases the angle of the joint and the distance between two bones or parts of the body (straightening of the knees or elbow). : Extension
3) Movement of a limb away from the midline or median plane of the body, generally on the frontal plane, or fanning movement of fingers or toes when they are spread apart. : Abduction
4) Movement of a limb toward the midline of the body. : Adduction
5) Movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis without lateral or medial displacement, also described as a movement of the atlas around the odontoid process of the axis. : Rotation

Created on October 16, 2011
# of questions: 12

The Appendicular Skeleton Quiz
The upper limb that is composed of the 126 bones of the appendages and the pectoral and pelvic girdles.
1) The "collarbone" is also called : Calvicle
2) What is the name of the scapular region to which the clavicle connects? : Acromion
3) __________ is the distal condyle of the humerus that articulates with the ulna : Styloid process
4) The two coxal (coxa = hip) bones together with sacrum and coccyx form the ____________. : Pubic bone
5) The _________ is a triangular sesamoid bone enclosed in the quadriceps tendon that secures the anterior thigh muscle to the tibia. : Tibial tuberosity

Created on October 14, 2011
# of questions: 10

Spanish Vocabulary
FAU Spanish Vocabulary. Sol y viento
1) la escuela : school
2) el banco : bank
3) el correo : post office
4) el hotel : hotel
5) el cine : movie theater

Created on October 12, 2011
# of questions: 41

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