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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 181 - Exocytosis, 182 - Cranial nerves, 183 - Upper lips, 184 - Foot, 185 - Fibrosis, 186 - Glenohumeral joint,   187 - Nitrogenous base, 188 - Mediastinum, 189 - Cholecystokinin, 190 - Tearing.

181. In which process wastes are removed from a cells?

           Cell division

           Endocytosis

           Filtration

           Exocytosis


182. Which nerves emerge indirectly from the brain?

           Cranial nerves

           Spinal nerve

           Neuron nerves

           Hyper nerves


183. Labium superius oris is:

           Nostril duct

           Teeth structure

           Lower lips

           Upper lips


184. In which part metatarsal bones are located?

           Shoulders

           Foot

           Hands

           Thighs


185. The excess connective tissue in reparative process is called:

           Adipose

           Fibrosis

           Reticular

           Areolar


186. The shoulder joint is also called as:

           Humeroulnar joint

           Scapula

           Glenohumeral joint

           Humeroradial joint


187. A nucleotide is composed of:

           Calcium hydroxide

           Strontium hydroxide

           Potassium hydroxide

           Nitrogenous base


188. In which compartment, the heart located?

           Pericardium

           Mesothelium

           Mediastinum

           Pleural cavity


189. Which hormone is responsible for stimulating the digestion of fat and protein?

           Insulin

           Cholecystokinin

           Calcitonin

           Thyroxine


190. Lacrimation is also called as:

           Tearing

           Stressing

           Headache

           Dizziness