A & P I Final
Lines organs exposed to the outside
What is the purpose of positive feedback & negative feedback?
Negative feedback will work to correct an imbalance (ex. Sweating, shivering) while positive feedback will push abstimulus further ( ex. Blod clots and labor).
In what form is carbohydrates stored in the liver (mono, di, poly saccharides)?
Stored as glycogen or fat
When are chemical bonds broken?
When are chemical bonds formed?
What is the major positive ion in the cells?
What is the compound of HCO3?
What is ATP molecule? When is it not used?
ATP is Adenosine Triphosphate, the energy mostly used in the body which is not used during passive transport.
What is RBC in tonic solutions?
Hypotonic will swell. Hypertonic will shrink.
What happens in mitosis?
It enables cellular growth and repair in multicellular organisms such as humans.
What is a function of meiosis?
It assists in sexual reproduction.
What type of transportation uses ATP energy?
Active transport uses ATP
What type of tissue contaons lacunae and calcium salts?
Name the blast cell for blood production?
What gland is "ductless"?
What are chondroblasts?
Cartilage Stem Cells
In what kind of tissue does edema occur?
Where are Mesenchymal cells located?
Osteocytes, Adipocytes, Myocytes
What is acne associated with?
Acne is an outbreak of lesions fron clogged pores associated with hormone regulation.
What is the most common risk factor for skin cancers?
Exposure to UV rays
What glands in the ear produce ear wax?
What makes finger prints?
What is the function of the yellow marrow?
Fat deposit and wbc production
What are osteoblasts?
A cell that secretes matrix for bone formation.
In a long bone structure, what covers the end of the bones where they come together to form joints?
Ossification of the end of long bones is
Is produced by secondary ossification centers
Which structure allows diaphysis of the bone to increase in length until early childhood?