mastering A&P chapter 26 urinary system
#1. what are the three funcitons of the urinary system? - excretion elimination and homeostatic regulation #2. how does the urinary system help regulate blood volume and blood pressure? - by adjusti...
arieldshae|9 years ago|+1|6,137 views
Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels
#1. The ________ pulse can be palpated near the temple anterior to the auricle of the ear. - temporal #2. The ________ artery descends along the arcuate line of the ilium and passes below theingu...
JSchacher|7 years ago|±0|912 views
The Digestive System
#1. The ________ is connective tissue whose capillaries nourish the epithelium of the mucosa. - lamina propria #2. The right and left hepatic ducts join to form the ________ duct. - common hepatic...
JSchacher|7 years ago|±0|397 views
Exercise 20 The Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Sympathetic and parasympathetic fibers serve the same organs and structures. How can they exert opposite effects? - They release different neurotransmitters, which bind to different receptors. ...
ksar|7 years ago|±0|15,772 views
The Endocrine system
#1. Pancreas - A mixed gland composed of both endocrine and exocrine gland cells. Pancreatic islets-produce pancreatic hormones alpha cells-produce glucagon (hyperglycemic) beta cells-produce insu...
smoon5|7 years ago|±0|299 views
Chapter 23- Digestive System
#1. What are the two categories of digestive system organs? - Alimentary canal and accessory organs #2. Alimentary canal - continuous muscular digestive tube that runs through the body digesting and...
akeller|9 years ago|+3|3,129 views
Anatomy and Physiology
#1. RAISED RIDGE - GYRI #2. GROOVE - SLUCI #3. NAME THE CORTEX WHAT DOES IT DO? - PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX CONTROL VOLUNTARY SKELETAL MOVEMENT #4. NAME THE CORTEX WHAT DOES IT DO? - PRIMARY SOMAT...
Miranda_Jewels_Carlin|5 years ago|±0|99 views
Bones and Skeletal Tissues
#1. what does the skeletal system consists of - cartilage, tendons, ligaments, bones #2. what kind of tissue is cartilage - connective #3. does cartilage contain nerves or blood vessels - no #4. wh...
Wcc2014|9 years ago|±0|1,285 views
#1. what are nerves - collection of axons #2. another name for sensory - afferent #3. which direction do sensory nerves move - toward to CNS #4. another name for motor - efferent #5. which directi...
Wcc2014|9 years ago|+4|2,773 views
Anatomy and Physiology Lab
#1. selective or differential permeability - the plasma membrane is selective about what passes through it, it allows nutrients to enter the cell but keeps out undesirable substance. by the same toke...
oic108|8 years ago|-1|650 views
Vocabulary - Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temperature Regulation
#1. Nutrient - a substance in food used by the body to promote normal growth, maintenance, and repair. #2. Major Nutrients - carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins #3. Essential Nutrients - 45 / 50 mo...
Annabelle|9 years ago|±0|910 views
Chapter 23 test
#1. What are the major regions of the stomach - cardia, fundus, greater curvature, pyloric atrium, pyloric canal and pyloric sphincter #2. what kind of stimulation stimulates digestive activities - ...
Wcc2014|8 years ago|+3|2,145 views
Chapter Questions The Endocrine System
#1. For each of the following statements indicate whether it applies more to the endocrine system or the nervous system. •rapid = •discrete responses = •controls growth and development = •long-last...
Annabelle|10 years ago|+1|3,093 views