#1. which specific type of antibodies is most abundant in the serum - IgG- gamma globins are antibodies produced by lymphocytes, one of the formed elements #2. what is immunological competence - the...
nurse72|8 years ago|±0|1 view
#1. What is Gluconeogenisis? What organ does it take place in? - Gluconeogenesis (abbreviated GNG) is a metabolic pathway that results in the generation of glucose from non-carbohydrate carbon subst...
nurse72|7 years ago|±0|1 view
Physiology Quiz 1 (covering packets 1-4): Packet 1 review
#1. One theme of physiology is hierarchy. Name the hierarchy starting from atoms - atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems #2. example of inorganic(2 examples)and organic (4examples) ...
Malibudentist|7 years ago|±0|51 views
Cardiovascular System: The Heart
#1. What is the normal activation pattern of the heart - An AP initiaties in the SA Node...propagates throught the atrial muscle (atria contract)...arrives at AV node...AP propagates rapidly down the...
dantetaraba|8 years ago|±0|66 views
Cardiovascular System: Principles of Flow
#1. rate of diffusion depends on - concentration gradient #2. In a circulatory system, the rate of exchande with interior celss if proportional to - rate of blood flow #3. To determine the flow (Q) ...
dantetaraba|8 years ago|±0|78 views
#1. Ear Anatomy - Three parts – external ear, middle ear, and inner ear External & Middle are for sound transmission, while Inner is for sound processing. #2. External Ear - Composed of p...
Stephen_Clark|3 years ago|±0|14 views
Autonomic Nervous System
#1. ANS Anatomy - Sympathetic: Exit CNS at T1-L2 Parasympathetics: Exit via Cranial Nerves or sacral Spinal Cord Preganglionic: project to autonomic ganglia Postganglionic : innervate the ...
Stephen_Clark|3 years ago|±0|30 views
#1. Inflammation of connective tissue is called? - FIBBROSITIS #2. Nerve impulse conduction is faster in... - myelinated axons #3. A collection of the central nervous system is called? - ganglion #...
celsal|6 years ago|±0|220 views