...indicates a need to further research anatomy and physiology related to the heart? - “The left coronary artery...two organs function as the most important physiological buffer systems? - the lungs and kidneys #119...
celestetello|8 years ago|±0|932 views
The Reproductive System
#1. Primary Sex Organ - Testis #2. Dartos Muscler - contracts when testis become cold #3. Cremoster muscles - contracts to elevate testis closer to body when cold #4. 2 Layers of connective tissue ...
crwiley|8 years ago|+1|109 views
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...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|±0|100 views
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...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|±0|1,422 views
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...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|+1|714 views
Chapter 5: The Integumentary System
#1. Organs consist - Group of tissues that performs a specific function #2. System - Group of organs working together toward common goals #3. The organs that make up the integumentary system are - ...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|±0|443 views
Chapter 8: The Appendicular Skeleton
#1. The appendicular skeleton consist of - 126 bones The pectoral (shoulder) girdle Upper extremities Pelvic (hip) girdle Lower extremities #2. The pectoral (shoulder) girdle - Attach t...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|+1|953 views
Chapter 2: Chemical Organization
#1. Matter - Anything that occupies space and has mass #2. Matter exists as - Solid, liquid, or gas #3. Mass - The amount of matter a substance contains #4. Weight - Force of gravity acting on a m...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|+1|202 views
Renal, Gastrointestinal, Electrolytes Exam
...loss during surgery. Which of the following physiological responses is needed to restore adequate circulating...develops a plan of care to support the client physiologically until the cells of the renal tubules secrete...
celestetello|8 years ago|±0|663 views
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...
Sharleezybby|8 years ago|±0|1,184 views
#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...
celestetello|8 years ago|±0|294 views
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance, Chapter 26 P Besaw
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
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#1. Autoantibodies that mimic TSH are present and stimulate secretion of thyroid horomones - HYPERTHYROIDISM aka GRAVES DISEASE #2. T CELLS MYELIN SHEATHS AROUND AXONS OF NEURONS - MULTIPLE ...
mjohnson31|7 years ago|±0|13 views