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NAME:P a g e|1PERIOD:Anatomy & Physiology3Unit 1Requirements for Human LifeBELLWORKREQUIREMENT
NAME:P a g e|2PERIOD:1.For how long have modern humans been adapting to live on Earth?2.What is the percentage content of oxygen in Earth`s atmosphere?3.Which part of human body is the most sensitive to lack of oxygen?4.What are three classes of nutrients needed to sustain human life?5.List three functions water performs within the human body6.Carbohydrates (sugars) and lipids (fats) are referred toas______________________________________________________________________.7.Proteins and amino acids are referred toas______________________________________________________________________.8.What is the range of temperature a human being can survive within?9.What is a human body`s response to cold?10.What is a human body`s response to heat?11.What do we mean when we utter the statement: CONTROLLED HYPOTHERMIA?12.What are the advantages of controlled hypothermia within a medical field?13.What does atmospheric pressure do to gasses in human tissue?
NAME:P a g e|3PERIOD:14.What would happen to nitrogen dissolved in human blood should you suddenly find yourself ontop of the Mount Everest.15.
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