Unit 1 - Human Body Systems
Unit 2 - Heart Attack
Unit 3 - Diabetes
Unit 4 - Sickle Cell
Unit 6 - Infectious Diseases
100
The stomach is an important organ in this system.
What is the digestive system?
100
This is a group of cells working together to perform the same function.
What is tissue?
100
This is the type of sugar used by our cells for energy.
What is glucose?
100
This is the type of body cell affected by sickle cell disease.
What is a red blood cell?
100
These types of drugs are useful for treating bacterial infectious only.
What are antibiotics?
200
The brain is an important organ in this body system.
What is the nervous system?
200
The heart is primarily made of this type of tissue.
What is muscle tissue?
200
This is the amount of a partiular macromolecule or nutrient you should not exceed consuming in a day.
What is RDA (recommended daily amount) or DRI (daily recommended intake)?
200
This is simply a section of DNA that codes for a specific trait. There are many of these located on any given chromosome.
What is a gene?
200
This medical intervention is used to keep people from getting viral infections. It is essentially part of a virus (or a dead or weakened virus) that gets inserted into the human body in order to stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies.
What is a vaccine?
300
The gall bladder is an organ in this system.
What is the digestive system?
300
This is a measure of blood pressure taken while the heart is relaxed.
What is diastolic blood pressure?
300
The amount of energy it takes to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degree C.
What is a calorie?
300
This is a complex structure made of DNA. Humans have 23 pairs (or 46 in total) of these.
What is a chromosome?
300
This type of bacteria turns pink when gram stained.
What is gram negative bacteria?
400
The nervous system communicates by sending these types of signals.
What are electrical signals?
400
This is the phase of heart contraction where the heart is squeezing.
What is systole?
400
Chemical energy in macromolecules is stored here, and released when the macromolecules are broken apart.
What are chemical bonds?
400
These types of human cells only have 23 chromosomes in total. (Not 46).
What are reproductive cells? (Sperm and egg)
400
This type of bacteria turns purple when gram stained.
What is gram positive bacteria?
500
This system contains white blood cells and makes antibodies.
What is the immune system?
500
These include the P wave, the QRS complex, and the P-R interval.
What are the parts of an EKG (electrocariogram) graph?
500
This is a chemical signal that reinforces a process, or tells the body to keep doing more of what it is already doing.
What is positive feedback?
500
This is the protein responsible for binding to oxygen in red blood cells.
What is hemoglobin?
500
Most bacteria that make people sick are this type.
What is gram positive bacteria?
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