Chapter 23 review questions
1. In human, the lungs are caused to inflate by events related to:
2. The concentration of bicarbonate ions would be:
3. In chronic or long term cigarette smokers:
4. The C-shaped rings of cartilage of the trachea not only prev
1. Which of the following statement about BV pressure is "true"?
2. Pulsations exist in the circulatory system because:
3. Plasma proteins that remain in the blood capillaries help best to
4. Under normal conditions, capillary blood pressure is
1. Which of the following is a lymphatic "nodule"?
2. Which is/are not a function of the spleen?
3. Which tonsils are located in the posterior nasal cavity?
4.The thymus plays an important role in the development of (the)
5.A "B Cell" responds
Chapter 25 Metabolism
1. Metabolism is best described as:
2. What is the most important outcome of cellular respiration?
3. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is:
4. A person becomes hungry after he has NOT eaten for a time because:
Chapter 27, Fluid, electrolytes
1.The direction of water movement between fluid compartments is determined by
2. The primary means of water movement between fluid compartments is
3. The thirst center is stimulated by ALL of the following EXCEPT
4. The pri
Chapter 26 Urinary system
1. Which of the following is/are characteristic of the kidney?
2.The glomerular membrane differs from a typical capillary membrane in which of the following ways?
3. Which of the following mechanisms, if any, exerts the greatest
Chapter 28 Reproduction
1. About how many ovarian (Graafian) follicles reach maturity in a healthy young woman, in the
course of a year?
2. The passages of the female reproductive system differ from those of the male in that female
tracts have direct comm
Chapter 29 Development
1. What percentage of sperm cells introduced into the vagina normally reach the oocyte?
2.The term syngamy refers to the
3.How many days after fertilization does implantation of the blastocyst occur?
4. At day 4 after fertilization,