What is the normal pH of the blood 735 745 78 How do lungs and kidney play a

What is the normal ph of the blood 735 745 78 how do

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77.What is the normal pH of the blood? 78.How do lungs and kidney play a role in pH regulation of the blood? 79.Explain the difference between metabolic acidosis and respiratory acidosis (do the same comparison for alkalosis). Which ions in blood would be at different concentration in each condition?
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82.Explain the structure of reproductive systems in male and female (organs, ducts and cells). 83. Briefly describe anatomy and functions of the following structures: testes, scrotum, raphe, dartos and cremaster muscles, tunica albuginea, seminfierous tubules, Sertoli cells, Leydig cell, epidydymys, spermatic cord, vas deferens. Testes : produces sperm and make sex hormones. Scrotum : supporting structure for the testes, Raphe : seme on the scrotum and penis. Form one tissue. Dartos muscles : composed of bundles of smooth muscles. Found in subcutaneous layer of scrotum. Cremaster muscles : a series of small bands of skeletal muscle that descend as an extension of the internal oblique muscle through the spermatic cord to surround the testes. Tunica Albugenia : white fibrous capsule composed of dense irregular connective tissue. Extends inward, forming septa that divide the testis into a series of internal compartments, Seminfierous Tubules : sperm is produced here. Sertoli Cells : support spermatoginia Leydig Cells : secrete testosterone. Epididymys : where sperm is stored. Spermatic cord : supporting structure of the male reproductive system that ascends out of the scrotum. Vas Deferens : ascends along the posterior border of the epididymis through the spermatic cord and then enters the pelvic cavity.
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