BIOL 1104KSTUDY GUIDEFALL 2007[1]

BIOL 1104KSTUDY GUIDEFALL 2007[1] - BIOL 1104K STUDY GUIDE...

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BIOL 1104K STUDY GUIDE Fall 2007 1. What are the functions of the Urinary system? 2. Kidney, Ureter, Urinary bladder and Urethra are parts of _______ system. 3. What is the function of Erythropoietin? 4. Which organ secrets the hormone “Erythropoietin”? 5. What is the name of microscopic structures found in the kidney? 6. The three steps involved in Urine production are _____________________. 7. The pigment that gives yellow color to the urine is _______________. 8. What is the relationship between the level of ADH and Urine production? 9. Which one of the two has more Urea: Urine or Plasma? 10. Urea is a waste product of ________________metabolism. 11. Re absorption of water results in the concentration of _____________in Urine. 12. Tubular Secretion takes place in this part of the Nephron______________. 13. During Inspiration the air moves into lungs through these structures: 14. The function of Vocal Cords is to: 15. Vocal cords are located in the: 16. External respiration involves: 17. Internal respiration involves: 18. Cellular respiration involves: 19. The largest artery found in human body is called: 20. The largest vein found in human body is called: 21. Systole is when heart muscles:
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22. Diastole is when heart muscles: 23. Alveoli are sac like structures found in the: 24. When does the Lub sound occur: 25. When does the Dup sound occur: 26. Pacemaker is also known as the: 27. What is the function of Purkinje fibers: 28. Which two hormones released by Adrenal Medulla increase the rate of heart beat? 29. Electrocardiogram, detects cardiac abnormalities in brief is known as: 30. What is Pulse and name two arteries where you can take the readings: 31. Red blood cells are also known as: 32. White blood cells are also known as: 33. The function of Platelets is to: 34. The function of B Lymphocytes is to produce: 35. The function of T Lymphocytes is to: 36. The T cells become mature in: 37. Red blood cells contain this pigment named: 38. Which part of hemoglobin binds with Oxygen: 39. The reason Carbon monoxide is a deadly gas is: 40. Aged red blood cells are destroyed in the: 41. Hemolysis is: 42. Anemia develops when a person has: 43. Leukemia is characterized by: 44. The most abundant Granular leukocytes are:
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45. Prothrombin, Thrombin, Fibrinogen and Fibrin are found when a person’s blood is: 46. A, B, AB and O are: 47. A person with blood type O is called a universal donor because:
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BIOL 1104KSTUDY GUIDEFALL 2007[1] - BIOL 1104K STUDY GUIDE...

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