50 questions about human organs:
What is the largest organ in the human body?
what is the main function of the lungs?
Ans: Provide oxygen to the blood cells.
What is the largest gland?
How many blood groups in the ABO system?
How many chambers in the human heart?
What is the average blood pressure of human beings?
Ans: 120/80 mmHg.
What is the estimated no. of cells that the human body is composed of?
Ans: 37.2 trillion.
What is the amount of blood contains in the human body?
Ans: 5-6 liters.
With how many bones the human skeletal system is composed of adult age?
What is the weight of the brain?
Ans: 1.36 kg.
What is the name of the covering of the central nervous system?
Which part of the brain controls anger, fear, body temperature?
Which part occupies 80% of the brain?
what is the function of the retina?
Ans: To create the reflection of an image.
what is the master gland of the body?
Ans: pituitary gland.
what is the amount of urine that a healthy human passes each day?
Ans: 1500 ml.
what is the Ph of urine?
what is the weight of the heart in an average human being?
Ans: 300 gm.
what is the covering of the heart?
How many ribs in the human thorax?
Ans: 12 pairs.
What is the percentage of calcium stored in the bones?
Which acid is secreted from the stomach?
What is the amount of gastric juice secreted from the stomach daily?
Ans: 2 liters.
What is the mixed gland of the human body?
What is the function of thrombocyte?
Who invented the human blood grouping system?
Ans: Carl Landsteiner.
What kind of blood is carried through the artery?
Ans: oxygenated blood.
What is the function of hemoglobin?
Ans: transport oxygen.
Who invented Insulin?
Ans: Edward Sharpy Schafer.
What is considered as the ‘Powerhouse of the cell’?
What is the brain of the cell?
Who is the father of anatomy?
In which muscle we can find ‘intercalated disc’?
Ans: cardiac muscle.
How many vertebrae are there in the human body?
Which bone is called ‘beauty bone’?
Which is the longest bone in the human body?
What is the length of the stomach?
Ans: 25 cm.
How many teeth are there in the human body in adult life?
Which part of the human body produces a voice?
Ans: vocal cord.
Which nerve is responsible for olfaction?
Ans: olfactory nerve.
What is the covering of the lung?
Which is the common pathway between the respiratory and gastrointestinal tract?
What is the equivalent part of the penis in the female body?
What is the cause of hardness in the erected penis?
Ans: Increased blood.
What is the cause of Diabetes mellitus?
Ans: insulin deficiency.
What is the sex hormone in females?
Ans: estrogen and progesterone.
What is the secretion of the lacrimal gland?
What is the common but dangerous disease of the eye?
In which condition the human crystalline lens becomes hazy?
Which is the smallest bone of the human body?