Exam 4 Review - Exam 4 Review 1)From the beginning of the...

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Exam 4 Review 1)From the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave of a heart contraction a) you would expect ventricle blood volume to be steadily increasing b) the ventricles depolarized and repolarize c) the atrial cells become more permeable to the Na+ than the ventricular cells d) the atrioventricular valves have been closed Ans: b,c,d….ventricular contraction is occurring, pressure is increasing, ventricles depolar and repolar; cell more permeable to sodium when its depolarizing (initiating contraction), atrioventricular valves have been closed (close at QRS complex) 2) most solute and water reabsorption happens at (see pic): Ans: b 3)Which tubule contains structure than can regulate blood flow to the globmerius? (above pic) Ans: b 4) Which of the following isn’t a function of the kidney? a) production and release of erythropoietin b) storage of urine c) regulation of blood composition and pH d) regulation of blood volume and pressure e) maintenance of blood osmolarity
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course PCB 3713 taught by Professor Sikorski during the Spring '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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