Test Review Chapter 22 & 23
The major functions of the lymphatic system include:
Draining interstitial fluid
Transporting dietary lipids absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract to
Facilitating the immune responses
Difference between lymph an
What is hypertension?
A condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls is
An elevated blood pressure means that the heart must work harder
to pump blood.
1. Conversion of proteins and fats into sugar by the liver cells is called
2. Absorbablenutrientsincludemineral,vitamins,andWater 3. Part of metabolism that results in the breakdown of food into energy is called:
Objective Theobjectiveofthislaboratoryexperimentwastoobserveaprocess called diffusion, which is the net movement of molecules or ions from a regionofhigherconcentrationtoaregionoflowerconcentrationuntilthey are evenly distributed (in equilibrium). For thi
1. Beabletoidentifywhichtypesofmusclesare: a. StriatedorNonstriated Skeletalmuscletissueandcardiacmuscletissuearestriated.Smoothmuscletissueis nostriated.
b. VoluntaryorInvoluntary Skeletalmuscletissueisvoluntary.Cardiacmuscletissueandsmoothmuscletissuesa
Therearefourvalvesintotal. The atriuventricular valves (AV) are the tricuspid and bicuspid valves. The bicuspid valve is locatedbetweentheleftatriumandleftventricle.Thetricuspidvalveislocatedbetweentheright atrium
A and P 1
Human anatomy is the study of body structure. Derived from the Greek and means to cut or
Human physiology is the science of body functions. Including the study of homeostasis. Keeping
the organs system of the body in ba