Physiology Quizzes & Trivia

How does the human body really work? Physiology is the study of function in living systems, and goes all the way back to Hippocrates, the father of medicine. Our physiology quiz will test your knowledge of the human body.

How much blood does the heart pump every day? The answer might surprise you: it's over 6000 liters. And how many bones are there in the human body? Babies have 300, but some of them fuse together so that by the time they are adults, there are 206. The human body is a beautifully designed machine, and our quiz will help you understand how it works with a range of questions about the things which keep the body alive and functioning.

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Physiology Questions and Answers


  • What is the Ponss primary function?
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  • What is the Cerebellums primary function?
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  • When a muscle cell is relaxed and intracellular ATP levels are normal, a crossbridge will remain in which of the following states?
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  • Which of the following would tend to reduce the concentration of lactic acid that accumulates in a muscle cell as a result of contractile activity?
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  • Which of the following statements is a valid generalization regarding properties of smooth muscle?
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  • The ventricular myocardium expends energy to fill during diastole.
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  • Which one of the following clinical signs is associated with underlying cardiac or pulmonary pathology?
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  •  Which of the following is the stimulus for increased secretion of atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP)?
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