Part 1 of 3 - Digestive Anatomy 7.0 Points
Question 1 of 13
Food enters the stomach through the
A. pyloric sphincter
Correct B. gastroesophageal sphincter
C. upper esophageal sphincter
D. ileocecal valve
Answer Key: B
Question 2 of 13
Study Guide Integumentary System
1. What are the functions of the integument?
2. What is the single organ of the integumentary system?
3. What are the two layers that make up the skin? What type of tissue is each of these? Which
one is more superficial?
Study Guide Endocrine System
1. Describe the five types of signals (intracellular to pheromones). How far can the signals
travel? How do they travel - by diffusion (through fluid or air) or in the blood?
2. Compare an endocrine gland to an exocrine gland
Miguel Lozano Jr.
1. For the first 10-14 days measles lays dormant within the body where a person will see no
symptoms. The first symptoms to show are mild to moderate fever, a cough, runny nose and a
sore throat. Next, a rash will break
The endocrine system is a system of ductless glands (organs) that produce and release hormones.
These hormones are secreted directly into blood or lymph as the capillaries pass through the endocrine
organ. Many of these organs have additi
The integumentary system consists of only a single organ, the integument or skin, with accessory
structures like glands, hair and nails. In most parts of the body it is about as thick as a postcard. Its
Dr. Corinne Ulbright
Signaling in the Body
Rapid but short-term effects
released at synapse
Signal binds to receptor on
The Integumentary System
The integumentary system
consists of only a single organ,
the integument or skin, with
accessory structures like glands,
hair and nails.
Protection from pathogens, dehydration,
abrasion and UV
Temperature regulation -
Circulatory System is actually two
(travels from heart,
goes through body and
back to heart)
Begins in tissues,
returns to veins (one