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Quiz Updated Aug 26, 2014

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Description Activity/Function % Correct
The process of taking in oxygen and emitting carbon dioxideBreathing
95.6%
The expulsion of gases produced via the digestive process through the rectumFlatulence
95.2%
The process of producing tears to clean one's eyes, sometimes done in response to emotional pain or joyCrying
95.1%
The release of gas from the digestive tract through the mouthBurp
94.9%
The involuntary expulsion of the contents of one's stomach through the mouthVomit
94.8%
Thermoregulation, or the regulation of one's body, by means of emitting liquid through the skin.Sweat
94.6%
The disposing of urine from the bladder through the urethraUrination
94.3%
The final act of digestion in which one eliminates waste via the anusDefecation
90.4%
Description Activity/Function % Correct
The transfer of food from the mouth to the stomach, aided by salivaSwallow
90.2%
Rapid movement of the eye done to cleanse the cornea and conjuctiva from irritants with the use of tearsBlink
90%
A convulsive expulsion of air through the nasal passages and mouthSneeze
88.3%
A repetitive defense reflex meant to clear the large breathing passages of foreign particlesCough
88.1%
The flow of saliva outside of the mouthDrooling
85.5%
An audible expression of happiness or inward joyLaugh
79.4%
An esophageal contraction of the diaphragm when an abrupt rush of air causes a closing of the epiglottisHiccup
71.8%
A reflex of simultaneously inhaling air and stretching the eardrums Yawn
68.8%

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