1. This Greek philosopher gave us the first written discussion of embryology: (page 3) a. Hypocrites
b. Aristotle
c. Erisistratus
d. Herophilus
e. Galen
2. This is one of the greatest Hypocrites' ideas about medicine: (page 2) a. disease is due to natural forces
b. the circulatory pathway of blood
c. the brain serves to cool the blood
d. the cranial nerves conduct spirits
e. the development of the heart
3. Which of the following is not a scientific view? (page 5) a. all natural phenomena can sooner or later be explained
b. scientific facts are testable
c. the word of the experts may not be challenged
d. scientific work must be reproducible
e. scientific theories can be modified
4. Which taxon would include the most species? (page 8) a. family
b. order
c. class
d. phylum
e. kingdom
5. Which of the following is not a characteristic of primates? (page 8) a. ventral nerve cord
b. pharyngeal pouches
c. notocord
d. heterodont teeth
e. prehensile hands
6. During a dream, a knight with a broadsword approaches directly in front of you. The knight raises the sword directly above your head and is about to slice you in half. The knight is about to make a ____ section of you. (pages 10, 14) a. transverse
b. coronal
c. frontal
d. sagittal
e. cross
7. The armpit is which area? (pages 14, 17) a. popliteal
b. crural
c. pectoral
d. axillary
e. antecubital
8. The adult lungs lie most specifically within these cavities: (pages 16-17) a. coelom
b. thoracic
c. visceral
d. mediastinum
e. pleural
9. This membrane helps to hold your small intestines (page 17) a. pleural
b. mesentery
c. diaphragm
d. pericardium
e. meningeal
10. The homeostatic process that defends the body against a dangerous trend is: (pages 19-20) a. integrating center
b. sensor
c. effector
d. switch
e. amplifier
11. This famous Greek human anatomist most likely dissected less than a handful of human cadavers but was recognized as an authority on the topic for over a thousand years: (page 3) a. Galen
b. Vesalius
c. Harvey
d. Aristotle
e. Hypocrites