The structural and functional unit of kidney is called as

Neuron
 Glomeruli
  Axone
 Nephrone

The bone that protect the brain is called as

Sternum
 Cranium
  Clavicle
  Pelvis

What type of muscle is Rectus Femoris?

Fusiform
  Elongated
  Triangular
 Pinnate

Which one of the following is correct with regard to meaning of the term "Hyperkalemia"?

Increased Blood sugar level
 Increased blood cholesterol level
 Increased blood potassium level
  Increased urine sodium level

Which of the following hormone stimulate contraction of the uterus at the end of the pregnancy and stimulate milk from the mammary gland

Oxytocin
 AdrenoCorticoTropicHormone (ACTH)
  Vasopressin
 Estrogen

The Growth hormone or Somatotropin is secreted by which of the following gland

Adrenal gland
  Testis
 Hypothalamus
 Pituitary gland

Which part of the brain is concerned with hearing, short term memory and sense of smell?

Temporal lobe
  Parietal lobe
 Cerebellum
 Hypothalamus

What is the name of the membrane that covers lungs?

Meninges
 Pleura
  Peritoneum
 Periosteum

Which Muscle is located on the anterior part of the thigh?

Vastus lateralis
 Rectus femoris
  Vastus medialis
  Sartorius

Which of the following structures carries bile and pancreatic juice to the duodenum?

Pancreatic duct
 Cystic duct
  Hepatic duct
  Common bile duct

Which of the following is not a cranial nerve?

Accessory
 Abducent
 Trochlear
 Coccygeal

The nurse is obtaining a sample from wound for culture. The patient asks what a culture is. Which of the following is the best response by the nurse to explain what a culture is?

culture identifies presence of pathogens
 It is for measuring antibiotic levels
 It identifies an antibiotic's effect on pathogen
 It determines the appropriate medication dosage

Which of the following is needed by all the pathogens to multiply?

Moisture
 Light
  A Host
 Oxygen

Mechanical Digestion in the stomach is accomplished by which of the following structures?

Mucosa
 Smooth muscle layer
 Striated muscle layer
 Gastric glands

Which of the following mineral is necessary for blood clotting ?

Iron
 Sodium
 Potassium
  Calcium

Which one of the following is not a part of the group structure?

Role
  Status
 Norm
 Obedience

Learning is defined as :

Any change in behavior
 acquisition of information
 maturational change
 relatively permanent change in behavior acused by experience

Classical conditioning is a learning process. Which of the following action is taking place in that process ?

Some response is shaped by its consequences
  People follow what they observe other people doing
 Reflexive response is associated with a new stimulus
 Behavior is controlled using punishment

As per the IQ formula, a normal child is one for whom:

mental age less than chronological age
 mental age greater than chronological age
 mental age is equivalent to chronological age
 mental age is not related to chronological age

The ability to produce a novel and unique ideas is called as:

Intelligence
 Aptitude
  Prudence
 Creativity

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