Chapter 4: The Tissue Level or Organization
#1. Definition of tissue - Group of similar cells that usually have a similar embryological origin an are specialized for a particular function #2. Definition of histology - The science that deals...
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#1. Which of the following is NOT a factor that helps create the stomach mucosal barrier? - production of rennin #2. Chyme is created in the - stomach. #3. *A client with appendicitis is scheduled...
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Chapter 10: The Muscle Tissue
#1. Motion results from - Alternating contraction (shortening) & relaxation of muscles #2. The scientific study of muscles - Myology #3. Skeletal muscle tissue - Primarily attached to bones Striat...
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Chapter 6: Bone Tissue
...ions is very closely regulated due to - Calcium's importance in cardiac, nerve, enzyme, and blood physiology #36. An important hormone regulating calcium exchange between bone and blood , secreted by the...
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Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance, Chapter 26 P Besaw
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
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Chapter 3: Cellular Organization
#1. In sexual reproduction, each new organism is produced by the union and fusion of... - Two different sex cells, ine produced by each parent #2. Sex cells - Gametes, unite and fuse in the proces...
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Lab Practical Manual Questions
#1. Bone Questions #2. What structure(s) pass through the vertebral foreman? - Spinal Cord #3. What structure(s) pass through the intervertebral foreman? - Spinal nerves #4. What structure(s) pass t...
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Test 1 - Human Body, Basic Chemistry, Cells
...anatomy and physiology. - Anatomy is the study of parts of a body or system while physiology is the study...parts is called? a. anatomy b. physiology c. homeostasis d. negative feedback...
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Final exam: #3
Function as enzymes which catalyze reactions D) Transport vital substances in the body E) Regulate physiological processes by functioning as hormones - A #39. ______ are considered good cholesterols because...
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Urinary System visual learning
...between 7.35 and 7.0 is called __________. - PHYSIOLOGICAL ACIDOSIS #57. 67) The process of filtration...major calyx E) renal column - c #69. What physiological process occurs at the structure labeled "2"...
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Final exam: #1
#1. Fibrin - Forms a fibrous, web-like network that reinforces the platelet plug & participates in coagulation #2. Lymphocytes - Cells that produce antibodies and contribute to immunity to certain...
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#1. Atrial Natriuretic Hormone (ANH) is responsible for: A) Increased heart rate B) Increased salt excretion C)Enhancing the release of Angiotensin II D) Promoting ACE release from the lungs E) B...
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#1. vitamin B1 (thiamine) - beriberi (nerve disorders - tingling. poor coordination, reduced heart function #2. vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - skin lesions such as cracks at the corner of the mouth #3....
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