Chapter 26 Connect Questions
1. The structure indicated in the figure is the opening of the _.
2. Match the tissues surrounding the kidneys with the correct description.
Renal capsule a layer of fibrous connective tissue directly surrounding the k
The concentration and volume of urine excreted by our kidneys will change
depending on what our body needs for homeostasis.
Aldosterone is a hormone produced by the adrenal cortex under the control
of the bodys renin-angiotensin system.
Lab 9 Notes YELLOW
Metabolism includes all chemical reactions in the body
Mole- number of molecules of a substance
1 Mole of ATP- 7 Kcals of energy (7,000 cal)
1 calorie of heat raises 1 gram of water (1 degree C)
1 Kilocalorie of heat r
Chapter 23 PowerPoint Questions
1. Which of these structures has no cartilage around it?
2. T or F: Gas exchange is occurring in the trachea, primary and secondary bronchus
False, only in respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts and sac
Case Study/ Predict Questions Chapter 22
1. What is the rationale for testing sentinel lymph nodes for cancer?
Cancer cells can break free from a tumor and spread, or metastasize, to other parts of
the body by entering lymphatic or blood capillaries. If t
Chapter 24 PowerPoint Questions
1. What are the 8 major functions of the digestive system?
2. What are the two forms of Propulsion?
Chapter 23 PowerPoint questions
Reduces surface tension of the fluid lining the alveoli
2. Define Pneumothorax
An opening between pleural cavity and air that causes a loss of pleural pressure.
3. At the end of inspiration which of these pre
Integumentary lab exam 1 questions
the superficial, thinner layer of skin, composed of keratinized stratified squamous epithelium
a layer of dense irregular connective tissue lying deep to the epidermis
a continuous she
Case Study Day 2
1. What is the difference between an "allergen" and an "antigen"?
An antigen is a molecule that produces antibodies and these antibodies react a certain way to
toxins or foreign substances. When an antigen is introduced an immune response
Chapter 23 quiz
1. What is the difference between acute and chronic transplant rejection?
Acute rejection occurs several weeks after transplantation and results from a delayed
hyper sensitivity reaction and cell lysis. Lymphocytes and macrophage infiltrat
1. What are the five functions of Peripheral circulation?
Exchange nutrients, waste procucts and gases
Transport- hormones, immunes system, coagulation molecules, enzyme
Regulate blood pressure
Direct blood flow
2. What are the thre
Case Study Frost Bite
Frostbite is the most common type of freezing injury. When Skin temperature drops below 0
degrees (32 degrees F), the skin freezes and ice crystals formation damages tissues.
a. Using figure 5.9, describe the mechanism that
Chapter 23 Connect Questions
1. Which of the following is necessary for air to flow?
A pressure gradient
2. Identify the functions of the respiratory system
Assist in the removal of carbon dioxide
Exchange of o2 and co2 between the atmosphere and the tiss
Chapter 22 PowerPoint Questions
1. Lymphatic system includes:
2. True or false: the only function of the lymph system is immunity
3. What are the three
Chapter 24 Connect Questions
1. Food is ingested, digested and eliminated from the body as _
2. The elimination of semi-solid waste products from the body is called _.
3. Which of the following of the are functions of the digest tract?
Chapter 19 Exam 1 Questions
1. An individual has only the A antigen present on his/her red blood cells and anti B
antibodies present in the blood. This individuals blood type is_.
A- If an individual only has the A antigen present on
Chapter 21 Connect Questions
1. True or False: The underlying function of the circulation system is to deliver adequate
blood flow to tissues to meet their needs.
True this statement is true. By several means, the circulatory system of the blood meets the
Chapter 20 Connect Questions
1. Pulmonary circulation transports blood from the right ventricle of the heart to the
lungs from exchange od gases.
2. Systemic circulation-transports blood from left ventricle to the body tissues to supply the
tissues with o
Chapter 20 questions
1. What are the 4 main functions of the heart?
Generating blood pressure
Routing blood- separates pulmonary and systemic circulation
One-way blood flow-valves
Regulating blood supply- changes in contraction rate and force match blood
Chapter 22 Connect Questions
1. The functions of the lymphatic system include:
Fluid balance, lipid absorption and defense
2. Lymph is the fluid located within:
3. The system that consists of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the tonsils,
Chapter 25 Connect Questions
1. The term for the sum of all chemical reactions in the body is _.
2. Identify the statements that represent catabolism.
Breakdown of large molecules
3. The term for the overall process by which th
Chapter 20 Circulatory System Quiz
1. The heart is really two pumps in one. Which system does the right side pump to and
which system does the left side pump to?
Systolic System carries oxygenated blood from LEFT ventricle, through the arteries to the
Chapter 5 Exam 1 Questions
1. Ceruminous glands are modified _ glands. Eccrine sweat
2. Apocrine sweat glands _ body temperature in humans. Do not help regulate the
apocrine sweat glands respond to stress.
3. The _ forms the bulk of t