chapter 2 overall review (minus organ system of the body)
#1. Thymus - an irregular mass of glandular tissue overlaying the heart. training and the development of T cells, and extremely important type of white blood cell #2. Heart - Medial oval structu...
anw2191|7 years ago|±0|158 views
Chapter 20 Lymphatic System Cont'd
#1. There are 4 types of Lymphoid Cells. Name them. - Lymphocytes,Macrophages, Dendritic Cells, Reticular Cells #2. There are two types of lymphocytes - T lymphocytes and B lymphocytes #3. What do ...
jamie_galindo|9 years ago|±0|241 views
Chapter 25 Anatomy
#1. testes - or testicles are located in the scrotum #2. scrotum - a sac of skin and superficial fascia that hangs inferiorly external to the abdominopelvic cavity at the root of the penis. A sept...
purpletulip100|5 years ago|±0|47 views
how respiratory system changes to accom. increase O2 demand thru hemoglobin
LP 7 EXAM 3
lfrenner|5 years ago|±0|17 views
#1. Malnutrition during pregnancy Effects on baby #2. Important nutrients during pregnancy Effects on baby
Joanne_Chu|6 years ago|±0|66 views
Transmission of Nerve Impulse
#1. entire inside of the cell (intracellular fluid) is - neutral #2. entire outside of the cell (extracellular fluid) is - neutral #3. is potassium more intracellular or extracellular - intracellul...
Wcc2014|9 years ago|+2|1,603 views
chemistry come alive by verna
#1. What is matter? - anything that takes up space and has mass. #2. What is energy? - it is the capacity do do work.
vernawilliams|8 years ago|±0|143 views
Steps of transmission of Action Potential from one cell to another
#1. step 1 - action potential that occurred in the presynaptic cell reaches the presynaptic terminal #2. step 2 - calcium anion from the extra cellular fluid goes into the presynaptic cell #3. step ...
Wcc2014|9 years ago|+3|1,111 views
Chapter 22 and cumulative exam
#1. Function of the conducting zone - provides a fairly rigid conduits for air to reach the gas exchange sites. #2. which zone cleanses, humidifies and warm incoming air - conducting zone #3. passag...
Wcc2014|8 years ago|+3|1,185 views
Chapter 6 - Bones and Skeletal Tissue (Part 1)
#1. What does skeletal cartilage primarily consist of? - Water #2. True or False: Skeletal cartilage contains blood vessels and nerves - False #3. This layer of dense irregular tissue surrounds the...
lby311|8 years ago|±0|1,979 views
#1. what are joints referred to - articulations #2. what are articulations - where two bones meet #3. how are joints classified structurally - fibrous or cartilaginous #4. joints can be classified ...
Wcc2014|9 years ago|+1|1,737 views