Physiology Test

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Imagine you have been asked to teach a small group of your peers about animal organs.

Create 10 multiple-choice questions to test knowledge of the structure and function of animal organs.

Address the functions of each of the following concepts in your test.

  • Differences between asymmetrical, radial symmetry and bilateral symmetry.
  • Differences between endotherms and exotherms.
  • Definition and examples of epithelial tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of connective tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of muscle tissue. (provide one example)
  • Definition and examples of nervous tissue. (provide one example)

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Animal Organs Physiology




Animal Organs Physiology
Asymmetrical is the basic plan where an organism has two halves or sides that are not
similar and cannot be divided into two, while radial symmetry is an essential body plan where an
organism is capable of being divided into two halves that are similar through a plane at the
central axis, which is a characteristic of bottom-dwelling and sessile animals such as starfish and
sea anemone. On the other hand, bilateral symmetry is a body plan whereby the right and left
sides in an organism can be divided through approximation into mirror images along the midline
of each other (Kovesi, 2017)
Endotherms are animals that have the ability to generate their own heat in the body such
as the human being, while Ectotherms are organisms that lack the capability of generating
enough heat for keeping them warm, for instance, amphibians and reptiles (Else et al, 2016).
Epithelial tissue is a sheet of cells covering the lines or surface of the body cavity. There
are two forms of epithelial tissue in the human body; lining and covering epithelium. The lining
epithelium and covering epithelium is found on the skin’s outer layer, lines the respiratory and
digestive open cavities as well as covers the organ walls of the body cavity of closed ventral. The
epidermis is an example of epithelial tissue (Tzou et la, 2016)
Connective tissues is a linkage of fiber that separates, binds, supports, or connects other
organs or tissue, and typically have comparatively few cells that are embedded in a matrix that is
amorphous, having fibers and collagen. The fatty, elastic, and cartilaginous tissues are examples
of connective tissues (Woessner, 201...

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