Interpretation of sensory input Motor output - Activation of effector organs and produces response #2. Division of the Nervous System - Central Nervous System (CNS) Brain and Spinal Cord Command Center...
charmcaster|5 years ago|±0|43 views
The respiratory system Pg. 4
...pressure of a gas varies inversely with its volume. #2. Thus changes in lung pressure can be achieved by...inspiratory process signals are sent down what to where (2)? - Signals are sent down the phernic nerve to the...
Michelle_Madaras|4 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. Atom - Smallest unit of matter. Example carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen #2. Molecule - particles composed of at least two atoms. example CO2, H2O, NaCl #3. Macromolecule/Compound - large complex...
Tamie24|4 years ago|±0|21 views
Visual Anatomy & Physiology
TROPHOBLAT THE ______ CELLS OF THE BLATOCYST WILL TAKE PART IN PLACENTAL FORMATION. - E) TROPHOBLAT #2. Match the Following A) COLOSTRUM B) PROLACTIN C) PARTURITION D) ZYGOTE E) TROPHOBLAT ...
Crazy_Horse|3 years ago|±0|48 views
...lymphatic duct left lymphatic duct both a. and b. are correct neither a. nor b. is correct - B #2. Lymph capillaries: are the same as “lymph nodes” are the same as “lymph ducts” both a. and b. ...
karensantos|3 years ago|±0|34 views
Circulatory System - Heart Conduction
Automaticity - The ability to generate electricity impulse #2. Conductivity - ability to conduct impulse to neighboring...rest and digest #41. The Cardiac Plexus contains 2 kinds of nerves as part of the autonomic nervous...
Tamie24|4 years ago|+1|79 views
The respiratory system Pg. 5
...and CO2 levels? (2) - The exchange of gases between 1. blood and alveolar air 2. and blood and interstitial...transported by blood in 2 ways what are they? - Oxygen is transported by blood in 2 ways: 1. 1.5% of O2...
Michelle_Madaras|4 years ago|±0|23 views
...associated with an iron atom. In the lungs, each iron atom combines reversibly with a molecule of oxygen. #2. Macrophage - type of white blood cell that engulfs and digests cellular debris, foreign substances...
aliAG|3 years ago|±0|13 views
A&P Quiz 1
Normal development of immune response is due in part by hormones produced by - The thymus gland #2. Where is leptin secreted from - Fat cells adipose tissue #3. Single most important regulator of calcium...
Neshia_Martin|4 years ago|±0|20 views
Incisors __ canine __ Premolars __ Molars - 32 16 16 2 1 2 3 #56. Deciduous (baby)teeth: total____ Each side...has: __incisors __canine __premolars __molars - 20 2 1 0 2 #57. ___Anchors tooth in a socket(alveolus) -...
bhayden|7 years ago|±0|171 views
...brain stem 2) diencephalon 3) cerebrum 4) cerebellum 5) cerebrospinal fluid and ventricles #2. Brain...Anions,Lymphocytes Functions 1) shock absorbing 2) chemical protection 3) circulation #7. Ventricles...
jlynn320|3 years ago|±0|56 views
The respiratory system Pg.6
...contains both what neurons? (2) - The VRG contains both: 1. inspiratory neurons 2. expiratory neurons #22...Hb has 4 O2 molecules bound to it it's saturated #2. The oxygen-Hemoglobin saturation curve: When Hb...
Michelle_Madaras|4 years ago|±0|20 views
Superior vena cava (SVC) 2. Inferior vena cava3. Pulmonary arteries (2; R/L)4. Pulmonary veins5. Aorta...aorta #120. 2 types of Arterial coronary circulation - 1. Right coronary Artery (RCA)2. Left coronary...
Tamie24|4 years ago|±0|71 views
#1. Aorta #2. Coronary Arteries #3. Common Carotid #4. External Carotid #5. Internal Carotid #6. Brachiocephalic #7. Celiac Artery #8. Superior Mesenteric Artery #9. Inferior Mesenteric Artery #10. Common...
kasey120|6 years ago|±0|369 views