A simple anatomy test? Not really, statistics say that only 1 in 115 people passes it

A simple anatomy test?

A simple anatomy test? What is the name of the bundle of nerve fibers that serves as a means of communication between one brain hemisphere and the other? It’s not very easy, is it? But we know you know the answer, and you’ll get the highest grade.

A simple anatomy test? Not really, statistics say that only 1 in 115 people passes it


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    • Parietal lobe
    • Occipital lobe
    • Frontal lobe
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    What is the region of the brain responsible for managing emotions?

    • Limbic system
    • Cerebellum
    • Encephalon
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    What is the name of the bundle of nerve fibers that serves as a means of communication between one brain hemisphere and the other?

    • Nervous body
    • Corpus callosum
    • Brain body
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    What is the name of the prolongation of neurons specialized in conducting the nervous impulse from the cellular body towards another cell?

    • Axon
    • Axiom
    • Axa
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    What is the name of the protoplasmic ramifications mainly dedicated to the reception of stimuli?

    • Dentites
    • Denelites
    • Dendrites
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    Antibiotics are useful against…

    • Viruses
    • Bacteria
    • Autoimmune Diseases
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    What are the parts common to all cell types (prokaryotes and eukaryotes)?

    • Nucleus, cytoplasm, and membrane.
    • Nucleus, membrane and organelles.
    • DNA, cytoplasm and membrane.
  • Question of

    What is the main characteristic of prokaryotic cells?

    • They do not have a nucleus.
    • They have a nucleus.
    • They do not have cytoplasm.
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    What living beings are made up of prokaryotic cells?

    • Protozoa
    • Plants
    • Bacteria
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    What two types of eukaryotic cells exist?

    • Bacterial and Protista
    • Moneras and vegetal
    • Animal and vegetal
  • Question of

    What organelles and structures do plant cells have that animals cells do NOT have?

    • Cell wall, chloroplasts and vacuoles
    • Chloroplasts, ribosomes and vacuoles
    • Chloroplasts and ribosomes
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    • Cellular breathing
    • Protein synthesis
    • Photosynthesis
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    Who proposed the theory of endosymbiosis?

    • Robert Hooke
    • Lynn Margulis
    • Theodor Schwann
  • Question of

    What organelle is present in animal cells, but not in plant cells?

    • Centrioles
    • Mitochondria
    • Ribosomes
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    What is the function of mitochondria?

    • Cellular Breathing
    • Movement
    • Photosynthesis

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