STUDY GUIDE FOR MIDTERM 5

STUDY GUIDE FOR MIDTERM 5 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 2B...

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Human Anatomy and Physiology 2B STUDY GUIDE FOR MIDTERM #5 Midterm 5 will cover the digestive system ( ch. 25), nutrition and metabolism (ch. 26) and the Urinary System (ch. 27). Please read these chapters thoroughly as, although I go over important concepts in my Powerpoints, there is no substitution for reading about them in your book. Most good test takers outline the chapter and make flash cards for all bold face terms. Of course, studying the powerpoints and looking for additional information NOT in the text is a good idea too. The Sternburg studyguide recommended for this course is excellent for all three the exam of these chapters. Below is a series of questions and guided statements to help you prepare for. Chapter 25: Digestive System ( Skip Teeth and tongue) Where do we get salivary amylase? What kind of glands are these? What is deglutition? Which parts of the brain and which Cranial nerves guide this reflex? What is paristalsis? A bolus? What is segmentation? Identify the organs of the digestive system and list their major functions. Name and describe the layers of the GI tract wall. How does excretion differ from defecation? What are the accessory organs and their functions? What is the anatomy of the stomach? Give the general regions ( pyloric, gastric cardiac). What are rugae? ( Fundus, pyloris, pyloric sphinster, canal, body, ) Describe the histology of the stomach including the gastric pits. Where are GASTRIC GLANDS, PYLORIC GLANDS? Compare and contrast the different cells assosicated with glands: Chief cells, Parietal, G-cells, D- Cells, mucus cells and enterendocrine cells. What role does each cell play? What are the phases of gastric secretion?
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Small Intestine: How is this structure divided? What are the functions of the small intestine? What special features allow for its functions? ( Lacteal, villi, )
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course AMY 2B taught by Professor Dianeolin during the Summer '09 term at Riverside Community College.

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