Endocrine System
Urinary System
Nervous System Part 1
Nervous System Part 2
Brain Power

100

Type of gland that releases their secretions into a duct to outside body

What is an exocrine gland?

100

The part of kidney where urine production takes place.

What are the nephrons?

100

The parts of the central nervous system.

What are the brain and spinal cord?

100

The two divisions of the nervous system

What are the CNS and PNS?

100

The lobe of the brain that controls hearing and smell

What is the temporal lobe?

200

Type of gland that releases hormones into the bloodstream

What is an endocrine gland?

200

Medical term that means condition of blood in the urine.

What is hematuria?

200

The part of a neuron that conducts the electrical impulse towards its destination.

What is an axon?

200

The tracts of the spinal cord that carries motor commands from brain to peripheral nerves. 

What are the descending tracts?

200

The lobe of the brain that controls vision.

What is the occipital lobe?

300

The two sections of the adrenal gland.

What are the medulla and cortex?

300

The stage of urine production that involves returning water, nutrients, and electrolytes to the blood stream.

What is reabsorption?

300

The tracts of the spinal cord that carries sensory information from the body to the brain.

What are ascending tracts?

300

The name of the space within the meninges around the brain that contains cerebrospinal fluid.   

What is the subarachnoid space?

300

The most anterior portion of the cerebrum.

What is the frontal lobe?

400

The endocrine portion of the pancreas that secretes insulin and glucagon.

What is the islets of Langerhans?

400

The therapeutic procedure that uses an artificial kidney machine.

What is hemodialysis?

400

The three layers of the connective tissue (meninges) from external to internal.

What are the dura mater, arachnoid layer, and pia mater?

400

The place the spinal cord begins and the place the spinal cord ends.

What is the medulla oblongata to the 2nd lumbar vertebrae?

400

The most superior portion of the brain that interprets language and sensory information.

What is the parietal lobe?

500

The three hormones secreted by the thyroid gland.

What are thyroxine, triiodothyronine, and calcitonin?

500

The order of the four structures that filtrate travels through the renal tubules.

What is the proximal convoluted tubule, loop of Henle, distal convoluted tubule, and collecting duct.

500

The two functions of the cerebellum.

What is coordinates voluntary body movements and maintains balance?

500

The two parts of the diencephalon.

What are the thalamus and hypothalamus?

500

The three parts of the brain stem.

What are the pons, midbrain, and medula oblongata?