A-Z - THE HUMAN BODY!!!

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First submittedApril 13, 2020
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A
The largest artery
Aorta
B
Your upper-arm muscle
Bicep
C
The scientific name for your skull
Cranium
D
The 1st part of your small intestine
Duodenum
E
What you use to hear with
Ear
F
The largest bone
Femur
G
The bile-storing organ
Gallbladder
H
The upper-arm bone
Humerus
I
One of three tiny bones in your middle ear
Incus
J
Your neck vein
Jugular
K
What your hair and nails are made of
Keratin
L
The largest internal organ
Liver
M
Your jaw-bone
Mandible
N
Another name for your belly button
Navel
O
The nerve that connects your eye to your brain
Optic Nerve
P
The gland in you brain that produces melatonin
Pineal Gland
Q
The group of muscles in your upper leg
Quadriceps
R
The thin layer of tissue lining the back of the eye
Retina
S
The scientific name for your shoulder blade
Scapula
T
The large endocrine gland in your throat
Thyroid
U
A fleshy extension at the back of the soft palate that hangs above the throat
Uvula
V
A pumping chamber of the heart
Ventricle
W
A woman's uterus
Womb
X
The "process" of the lower sternum
Xiphoid Process
Y
What makes a man, genetically speaking
Y Chromosome
Z
The technical name of the cheekbone
Zygomatic Bone
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Level 71
Apr 13, 2020
Good quiz. I have a few suggestions: maxilla should be accepted for jaw bone as well as mandible - unless you specify the lower jaw. It's not logical to demand that we reproduce a word given in the question - for example for question O, we should not have to write "nerve" as you've already given that. You have spelled "Xiphoid" incorrectly and again "Process" should not be required. For the final question, in medicine we frequently refer to the bone simply as the "Zygoma" and that ought to be accepted.