amazing facts about the human body

50 Random Facts About Human Body You Should Know

50 random facts about Human body you should know

A great compilation of random 50 facts (general knowledge questions and answers) about Human body you should know.

amazing facts about the human body

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  1. What is the estimated no. of cells that the human body is composed of?

Ans: 37.2 trilion

  1. What is the amount of blood contains in the human body?

Ans: 5-6 litres.

  1. With how many bones the human skeletal system is composed of in adult age?

Ans: 206

  1. What is the largest organ in the human body?

Ans: skin

  1. What is the largest gland?

Ans: liver

  1. How many blood groups in the ABO system?

Ans: 4

  1. How many chambers in the human heart?

Ans: 4

  1. What is the average blood pressure of human being?

Ans: 120/80 mmHg

  1. What is the weight of the brain?

Ans: 1.36 kg

  1. What is the name of covering of central nervous system?

Ans: meninges

  1. Which part of the brain controls anger, fear, body temperature?

Ans: hypothalamus

  1. Which part occupies 80% of the brain?

Ans: cerebram

  1. what is the function of retina?

Ans: to create reflection of an image

  1. what is the master gland of the body?

Ans: pituitary gland

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  1. what is the amount of urine that a healthy human passes each day?

Ans: 1500 ml

  1. what is the Ph of urine?

Ans: 6

  1. what is the weight of heart in an average human being?

Ans: 300 gm

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  1. what is the covering of heart?

Ans: pericardium

  1. How many ribs in the human thorax?

Ans: 12 pairs

  1. What is the percentage of calcium stored in the bones?

Ans: 97%

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  1. Which acid is secreted from stomach?

Ans: HCl

  1. What is the amount of gastric juice secreted from stomach daily?

Ans: 2 litres

  1. What is the mixed gland of the human body?

Ans: pancreas

  1. What is the function of thrombocyte?

Ans: hemostasis

  1. Who invented human blood grouping system?

Ans: Carl Landsteiner

  1. What kind of blood is carried through artery?

Ans: oxygenated blood

  1. What is the function of hemoglobin?

Ans: transport oxygen

  1. Who invented Insulin?

Ans: Edward Sharpy Schafer

  1. What is considered as the ‘Power house of cell’?

Ans: Mitochondria

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  1. What is the brain of the cell?

Ans: Nucleus

  1. Who is the father of anatomy?

Ans: Aristotle

  1. In which muscle we can find ‘intercalated disc’?

Ans: cardiac muscle

  1. Hoe many vertebrae are there in the human boby?

Ans: 33

  1. Which bone is called ‘beauty bone’?

Ans: clavicle

  1. Which is the longest bone in the human body?

Ans: Femur

  1. What is the length of stomach?

Ans: 25 cm

  1. How many teeth are there in the human body in adult life?

Ans: 32

  1. Which part of the human body produces voice?

Ans: vocal cord

  1. Which nerve is responsible for olfaction?

Ans: olfactory nerve

  1. What is the covering of lung?

Ans: pleura

  1. Which is the common pathway in between respiratory and gastrointestinal tract?

Ans: pharynx

  1. What is the equivalent part of penis in female body?

Ans: clitoris

  1. What is the cause of hardness in erected penis?

Ans: Increased blood

  1. What is the cause of Diabetes mellitus?

Ans: insulin deficiency

  1. What is the sex hormone in female?

Ans: estrogen and progesterone

  1. What is the secretion of lacrimal gland?

Ans: Tear

  1. What is the common but dangerous disease of eye?

Ans: Glaucoma

  1. In which condition human crystalline lens becomes hazy?

Ans: catarract

  1. Which is the smallest bone of human body?

Ans: stapes

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  1. What is the barrier between middle ear and outer ear?

Ans: tympanic membrane


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