Chapter 13 The Respiratory System
#1. What are the organs of the Respiratory system? - Upper respiratory tract - Organs located outside the chest Lower respiratory tract - Organs located inside the chest #2. What are examples o...
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Anatomy & Physiology - Midterm
#1. The parent cell for all formed elements of blood - hemocytoblast #2. The average pH range of blood - 7.35-7.45 #3. Special type of hemoglobin present in fetal blood - hemoglobin F #4. The slowe...
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#1. Your doctor has diagnosed you with prostatitis, an inflammation and swelling involving the prostate gland. One of your primary symptoms is A) dribbling urination. B) renal failure. C) hematur...
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#1. The loss of heat energy by vaporizing water is called A) radiation. B) conduction. C) convection. D) evaporation. E) transmission. - D) evaporation #2. Heat loss to the cooler air that ...
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#1. Each of the following organs is a component of the digestive tract except the: A) Stomach B) Pharynx C) Esophagus D) Bladder E) Colon - D) Bladder #2. Which of the following is an acc...
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Chapter 26 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
...following two organs function as the most important physiological buffer systems? A) the lungs and the kidneys B)...C) metabolic alkalosis #88. One of the major physiological factors that triggers thirst is ________. A)...
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Chapter 24 Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temperature Regulation
#1. Riboflavin A) required for the synthesis of clotting factors(prothrombin) B) is a component of the coenzyme FAD C) promotes calcium and phosphorus use D) involved in amino acid metabolism E) a pri...
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Chapter 17 Blood
#1. True or False The RBC graveyard is the liver. - False The graveyard is the spleen #2. True or False Each heme contains an atom of iron and can transport one molecule of oxygen. - True #3. True...
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#1. True or False If vasoconstriction occurs in the afferent arterioles, then the Glomerular Filtration Rate (GRF) will decrease. - True #2. True or False Increased urine production leads to an incre...
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Chapter 9 Muscle & Muscle Tissue
- cardiac #107. A smooth, sustained contraction is called ________. - tetanus #108. Define physiologic muscle fatigue. - Fatigue occurs when ATP production fails to keep pace with ATP use even though...
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#1. Trochlear - Cranial nerve IV Mixed: Sensory: proprioception Motor: superior oblique ( eye movement) #2. Hypoglossal - Cranial nerve XII Mixed: Sensory: proprioception Motor: ...
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Chapter 27 The Reproductive System / clinical questions / fill in the blank exam questions / test bank
...ejaculation, its function is probably to neutralize the acids in the urethra. #16. 16) What is the physiological importance of the fact that the male testes descend to reside in the scrotal sac? - Answer:...
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