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Test 4 Review Questions

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Test 4 Review Questions Structure and Function of the Digestive System 1. During nervous control of gastric secretion, the gastric glands secrete before food enters the stomach. This stimulus to the glands comes from: a. gastrin. b. impulses over somatic nerves from the hypothalamus. c. motor impulses from the cerebral cortex and cerebellum. d. parasympathetic impulses over the vagus nerve. 2. Pepsinogen: 3. Pancreatic juice is to trypsin as gastric juice is to: 4. An obstruction of the common bile duct would cause blockage of bile coming from: 5. The human adult liver does not : a. store glycogen. b. produce erythrocytes. c. convert ammonia to urea. d. produce blood coagulation proteins.
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Alterations of Digestive Function 1. Osmotic diarrhea is caused by: 2. Melena is:
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