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19) If sympathetic-mediated vasoconstriction reduced the diameter of a small arteriole to one-third itsnormal size, which would best describe the change(s) in blood flow?A) Decreased by 16xB) Decreased by 3xC) Decreased by 81xD) Increased by 3x
20) Activation of the vagus nerve will lead to all of the following EXCEPT:
21) During the cardiac cycle, at which step does the left ventricle contain the smallest volume of blood?
22) How does plasmin act as an anticoagulant?
B) Stimulates the conversion of factor X to factor XaC) Blocks the action of Vitamin K which is needed for synthesis of several clotting factorsD) Inhibits the action of thrombin, thereby inhibiting the formation of fibrin23) You do an agglutination test using the red blood cells from individual X. You observeagglutinationwhen anti-A antibodies are used but no agglutination with anti-B antibodies. What isthe blood type of individual X?A) Type O bloodB) Type AB bloodC) Type B bloodD) Type A blood
24) What is a difference between a cytotoxic T cell and a helper T cell?
25) Which one of the following changes in the heart could cause a decrease in cardiac output?

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