Anatomy Questions Unit 2 - Water can bond upto 4 OTHER...

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Water can bond upto 4 OTHER water molecules Hyperplasia – division of cell Hypertrophy – growth of cell Atrophy – shrinking of cell Phosphorlysis (occurs in liver) – breaks down glycogen to release glucose Type 1 diabetes – autoimmune disease Type 2 diabetes – no insulin Hydrolysis – consuming water CO2 + H2O (via carbonic anhydrase) H2CO3 H(+) + HCO3(-) pH – log [H+] - if CO2 goes up - equation will go to the right - if CO2 goes down – equation will go to the left - if H+ goes up - equation will go to the left - if H+ goes down - equation will go to the right - if HCO3- goes up - equation will go to the left - if HCO3- goes down - equation will go to the right 1) The formation of a lipid based membrane was key to the development of life, the formation of these lipid membranes was possible because a) There was a decrease in entropy b) there was an increase in entropyc) Energy was expanded to defy entropy d) endosymbiotic theory 2) Homeostatic loops seek to maintain constant environments T/ F 3) Homeostasis within an organism seeks an internal set point that is in equilibrium with the organisms external environment T/ F 4) The property that allows your blood to act as a heat sink without destroying protein and cells within the blood a) High specific heat b) high heat of vaporization c) Homeostasis d) bicarbonate buffer system 5) Metabolic inefficiencies result in a) Constant cell turn over b) body temperature c) Vasoconstriction d) hypocaloremia e) Hypoglycemia
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