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2. 4 elements that makes up 96% of the body
Ans: carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen
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Chapter 15: Digestive System and Nutrition
Digestion refers to the mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods, so that nutrients can be
absorbed by cells. The digestive system consists of the _ canal, through which
the food passes, and t
Chapter 14 Blood
A type of connective tissue
Transports vital substances
Maintains stability of interstitial fluid
*blood is 3-4 times thicker than water*
Form mostly in red bone marrow
o Red blood cells:
Chapter #16: Respiratory System
The respiratory system consists of tubes that _ incoming air and
_ it into the microscopic alveoli where gases are _.
What are the four processes of respiration?
Oxygen use and CO2 production by the cells is ca
Holes Human Anatomy and Physiology
Shier, Butler & Lewis
Chapter 16 Outline
A. The lymphatic system is a vast collection of cells and biochemicals that travel
in lymphatic vessels
B. It is a network of vessels that assist
Chapter 15 Cardiovascular System
The heart and its vessels (plus blood) comprise the cardiovascular system
The vessels are:
Arteries carry blood from the heart to smaller vessels (arterioles)
Chapter 17 - Urinary System
The urinary system consists of two _ that filter the blood, two _ that
transport urine to the bladder, a urinary _ that stores urine, and a _
to convey waste substances to the outside.
Chapter 13: The Endocrine System
Hormones: chemical messengers that diffuse to target cells, causing the target cells to undergo some
type of change in activity
Helps regulate metabolic processes
Controls the rates of some chemical reacti
Chapter7 Test B
Name: _ Date: _
1. A quality control expert wants to estimate the proportion of defective components that
are being manufactured by his company to within 2.5%. A sample of 300 components
showed that 20 were defective. How large a sample is
Chapter 7 Test A
Name: _ Date: _
1. A survey of 800 women shoppers found that 17% of them shop on impulse. What is the
98% confidence interval for the true proportion of women shoppers who shop on
Chapter 14 Lymphatic System and Immunity
The lymphatic system is comprised of a network of _ that transports body fluids,
the cells and chemicals in them, and the organs and glands that produce them.
Lymphatic vessels collect and carry a
Test 3 Review
Action Potential (466)
An electrical signal that propagates along the membrane of a neuron or
muscle fiber (cell);
A rapid change in membrane potential that involves a depolarization
followed by a repolarization
Nerve action potential
Test 1 Review
Anatomy = scientific discipline that investigates the bodys structure
Looking at the structure and relationships
Types of Anatomy
Gross/macroscopic anatomy = structures that can be examined without a
Control and Regulation
General senses: Describe our sensitivity to Temperature, Pain, Touch, Pressure,
Vibration, and Proprioception (body position).
Sensation: The arriving information.
Perception: The conscious awareness of a sensation.