Senses Review Questions
1. What is sensation? What are the steps involved in sensation?
2. How do the general senses differ from the special senses?
3. Define the types of sensory receptors bases on the type of stimulus they are specialized to
CH. 53: INTERGUMENTART SYSTEM FUNCTION, ASSESSMENT, AND
Four steps in a wound culture
What is a cyst?
What is an ulcer?
What is a fissure?
When anemia occurs, people have a decrease in the number of red blood cells or a decrease in
the capability of these red blood cells to carry oxygen. Anemia is not a disease but is a symptom
of other disorders, such as thalassemia and iron deficien
Chapter 38. Endocrine System Function and Assessment
Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_ 1. Which hormone is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland?
a. Antidiuretic hormone
b. Thyroid hormone
List the three parts of the ear and describe the pathway of hearing from the collection of
sound waves in the external ear to the primary auditory cortex in the temporal lobe of the
The three parts of the ear are, the outer ear, the middle ear,
1. List the three parts of the brain stem.
The three parts of the brain stem are the midbrain, medulla, and pons. The midbrain,
involved in processes such as vision, hearing, eye movement, and body movement. The Medulla
which involved in maintaining vital
Stimulates protein synthesis and
converts glycogen to glucose in the
increase energy production and
increases water reabsorption by the
promotes reabsorption of sodium and
excretion of p
1. List two ways that the secondary response differs from the primary response?
Two ways secondary response differs from primary response are: primary response the
immune response occurring on the first exposure to an antigen, with specific antibodies
Why are the two circulations of the heart color-coded red and blue? Explain the difference
between pulmonary and systemic circulations.
The two circulations of the heart are color-coded red and blue because the vessels that
carry oxygen-rich blood are col
Tissues: Post Lab Quiz Guide
1. The trachea is lined by pseudostratified squamous epithelium.
2. Embryonic (connective) tissue is called mesenchyme
3. Structures contain many small mucin granules and function in the production of
mucus that aids in protec
Integument Review Questions
1. What are the stages of tissue repair? What characterizes each stage?
2. What are the three major regions of the integumentary system?
3. What are the layers of the epidermis? How many layers does the dermis consists of and
Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Integration of Nervous System Functions Review Questions
What are the segments of the spinal cord? Can you draw and label them?
What are the men
Test 1: Practice Test 2
SI: Yuliya Yakusheva
1. LABEL: A) HypERtonic (crenation), B) HypOtonic (Lysis), or C) ISOtonic
2. Diffusion is the movements of _, and Osmosis is the
3. How many different kinds of bases can be found on DNA _
Identify the origin of the right and left common carotid arteries. Then list five arteries that
emerge directly from the aorta. Trace a drop of blood from the left ventricle to the left
Although the right and left common carotid arteries follow the