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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 161 - Acrophobia, 162 - Tear duct, 163 - Lungs, 164 - Sphenoid bone, 165 - Metastasis, 166 - Red blood cells,   167 - Hematology, 168 - Stretch marks, 169 - 3, 170 - Thiomargarita namibiensis.

161. Fear of heights is called as:

           Acrophobia

           Hydrophobia

           Anemophobia

           Sciophobia


162. Nasolacrimal duct is the:

           Gartner's duct

           Ducts of cuvier

           Tear duct

           Papillary duct


163. Which is the first source for human voice?

           Thyroid

           Larynx

           Vocal folds

           Lungs


164. Which is the most complex bone in the human body?

           Pelvis

           Temporal bone

           Sphenoid bone

           Ethmoid bone


165. The spread of a disease from one organ or another not directly connected is called:

           Tissue flow

           Cell transform

           Carcinogenesis

           Metastasis


166. Erythrocytes is also called:

           Blood plasma

           White blood cells

           Red blood cells

           Protein elements


167. The study of human blood is called:

           Endocrinology

           Hematology

           Immunology

           Nutrition science


168. The tearing of the dermis on the skin causes:

           Moles

           Bleeding

           Stretch marks

           Scar


169. How many bones are in human shoulder?

           4

           3

           6

           2


170. The largest bacteria ever discovered was:

           Thiomargarita namibiensis

           Escherichia coli

           Actinomyces

           Lactobacillus