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Basic Structure of the Skin
Complete the following statements by writing the appropriate word or phrase on the correspondingly numbered blank:
The two basic tissues of which
Final Practical Outline
A. Blood: Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics
B. In the pulmonary circulation, arteries carry oxygen-poor blood from the right ventricle
to the lungs where gas exchange occurs, and veins carry oxygen-rich blood back to the
Surface Anatomy _
L For each of the numbered descriptions, write the equivalent key term or its letter in front of the description.
Key: 3. buccal c. cephalic e. patellar
b. calcaneal (1. digital f. scapular
L 1. ch
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Care and Structure of the Compound Microscope
1. Label all indicated parts of the microsc0pe.
Obfecrire lenses .
. Power swztch
Test 3 Review
What is the function of the Upper and Lower Respiratory Tract consist of? Air is moved from
the atmosphere to the alveoli as we breathe in Site for oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange
Production of sound Odor detection
List the Epithelium th
Test 1 Review
List the five special senses. Olfaction, Gustation, Vision, Equilibrium, and Hearing
What is the function of the olfactory glands or Bowmans glands? Site of the Olfactory glands, or
Bowman's glands, whose secretions absorb water and produced
Lab 4 Test
1. Teeth- mechanically break up food during mastication.
2. Pancreas- secretes enzymes that digest carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and
3. Pancreas- the secretions of this gland join with bile the enter the
Test 3 Power Point Questions
1. What is the function of the Upper Respiratory Tract and what does it consist of? These
passageways within the upper respiratory track filter, warm, and humidify the incoming air.
B. nasal cavity
Practice Test 5
1. The systems involved in an adequate sperm count, correct pH and nutrients, and erection
and ejaculation are:
a. reproductive and digestive
b. endocrine and nervous
c. cardiovascular and urinary
d. All of the above
2. The reproductive or
Test 5 Review
What are the functions of the human reproductive system? The human reproductive system:
Produces, Stores, Nourishes, Transports- for gametes
What organs are part of the human reproductive system? 1.Gonads (Ovaries and Testes), 2.
Test 3 Prep
What is the function of the Upper and Lower Respiratory Tract consist of?
1. Upper respiratory- filter, warm, and humidify the incoming air.
2. Upper respiratory consists of the nose, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses (all 4
sinuses), and pharyn
List the path of urine.
Define the Hilus.
What covers the outer surface of the kidney and lines the renal sinus?
Name the 2 inner layers of the Kidney?
Within the kidney locate the following in the order provided below in charge of moving the
Test 4 Review
List the path of urine. kidneys, the Organs that filters blood and produce urine, Urine leaving
the kidneys travels along a paired of tubes called ureters, these carried urine to the urinary
bladder, on leaving the urinary bladder, urine pas
Calculating your grade Rubric:
Here is the Rubric to understand how to get your final grade.
1. Add your top 4 lecture exam percentages from your grade center (of course dropping you
lowest) and divide them by 4. Then multiply what you
1st: The dilation stage-
Begins with the onset of true labor, as
the cervix dilates and the fetus begins to
move toward the cervical canal
2nd: The expulsion stage-
Expulsion ends when the fetus has
emerged from the vagina
3rd: The placental stage-
Practice Test 4
1. Which organ or structure does not belong to the urinary system?
2. The openings of the urethra and the two ureters mark an area on the internal surface of
the urinary bladder called the:
Chapter 20: The Heart Practice Exam
The blood vessels in the cardiovascular system are subdivided into the:
a. pulmonary and systemic circuits
b. cardiac and vascular circuits
c. lymphatic and blood circuits
d. dorsal aorta and inferior-superior vena c
Practice Test Chapter 23-25
The primary function(s) of the respiratory system is (are):
a. to move air to and from the exchange surfaces
b. to provide an area for gas exchange between air and circulating blood
c. to protect respiratory surfaces from de
Review Chapter 19
A. The heart pumps 7,000 liters of blood through the body each day
B. The heart contracts some 2.5 billion times in an average lifetime
C. The heart and all blood vessels make up the cardiovascular system
D. The blood vessels make up two
Test 2 Review
The Heart is located in the Mediastinum between the two pleural cavities.
Follow the layers of the Heart and list the 3 Layers. An outer epicardium A middle
myocardium An inner endocardium
Which one is the outer layer also known as the epica