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Numbers in Anatomy and Physiology 3

 
 
A few numbers - and ranges  
 1. Which of the following represents normal body temperature in degrees Celsius

 2. Which of the following represents normal body temperature in degrees Fahrenheit

 3. Which of the following represents a normal blood glucose level.
(After fasting for a few hours.) (Note - this number is now considered by some to be "borderline high."

 4. Which of the following represents a poor HDL level?
(Note: do not pick an unrealistic number.)

 5. Which of the following represents a good HDL level?
(Note: do not pick an unrealistic number.)

 6. What is an desirable number for Total Cholesterol levels?
(Note: do not pick an unrealistic number.)

 7. What Total Cholesterol level represents a “high risk” for atherosclerosis.
(Note: do not pick an unrealistic number.)

 8. Number of different amino acids inhumans.

 9. During the process of protein synthesis, how many nitrogen bases on a mRNA molecule will code for one amino acid

 10. Normal number of DNA molecules in a sperm or egg cell.

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Note - a few numbers that you should know in a freshman anatomy and physiology course. Hint: do not select unrealistic numbers!
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