Exam 1 A&P II
...cross plasma membrane 2. Steroids Lipid soluble; can cross plasma membrane #2. Define "Target Cells"...lipid-soluble hormones - 1. Hormone enters cell 2. Complex enters the nucleus 3. Binds a specific DNA...
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Blood Structure & Function
Liquid matrix 45% Formed Elements - Red Blood Cells Blood makes up about 8% of the total body weight #2. Plasma - Liquid part of blood. Pale yellow. 91% water and 9% other substances ( proteins, ions, nutrients...
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Unit 5 Nervous System part 2
...with cerebrospinal fluid lined by ependymal cells. #2. What are 3 landmarks necessary to compartmentalize...divide anterior motor function from posterior sensory 2. Longitudinal fissure: Separates the two hemispheres...
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chapter 19&20 review APII
...fluid losses at injury sites Defending against toxins and pathogens Stabilizing body temperature #2. describe the basic functions of erythrocytes - most abundant blood cell making up about 99.9 percent...
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A&P2 Practicum 2
#1. Pulmonary Trunk #2. Superior Vena Cava #3. Ascending Aorta #4. Inferior Vena Cava #5. Ascending Aorta #6. Aortic Arch #7. Thoracic/descending aorta #8. Brachiocephalic trunk #9. Rt. subclavian #10...
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The Lymphatic System
...similar to.... 2.How are lymphatic capillaries different? - 1. blood capillaries 2. very permeable...from the blood vascular system back to the blood #2. 3 Parts of the Lymphatic System - A meandering...
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...system consists of two semi-independant parts: - * lymphatic vessels * lymphoid tissues and organs #2. The lymphatic System function - returns interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back to the...
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Lab Exam 4/Final Exam
Reabsorption of the solutes creates an osmotic gradient that promotes the reabsorption of water via osmosis. #2. What is the function of the tight junction between tubule cells? - The tight junctions between tubule...
SandiB115|9 years ago|±0|455 views
Reproductive system Ch. 28
...reproductive hormones. - Reproductive system #2. Type of cell division specialized for sexual reproduction...are: (1.) Maintenance of blood-testis barrier (2.) Support of mitosis and meiosis. (3.) Support...
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Exam 1 chap. 15 practice questions
#1. Taste buds are not found - In filiform papillae #2. Select the correct statement about olfaction - Some of the sensations of olfaction is actually one of pain #3. What prevents the eyelids from sticking...
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...urinary system that is primarily concerned with - the removal of nitrogenous wastes from the body #2. kidneys maintain the balance of - electrolytes acid-base ratio fluids #3. the major homeostatic organ...
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Tunica intima, Tunica externa, and Tunica Media #2. What are vessel Lumen? - A Central blood- containing...in intimate contact with the blood in the lumen.) 2. This tunica coontains the endothelium ( The simple...
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Endocrine System Chapter 18
- Function independently of the endocrine system #2. Endocrine cells - release their secretions directly...- retinal problems and nerve problems #111. Type 2 diabetes - can usually be controlled by diet and...
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#1. Arch of aorta - To upper body #2. Abdominal aorta - To abdominal cavity; legs #3. Coronary artery - Supplies oxygenated blood to the heart muscle #4. Subclavian A/V - To / From shoulder #5. Axillary...
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