1. The airways are responsible for which of the following?
A. Warming inspired air to body temperature.
B. Humidification of inspired air to achieve 100% alveolar humidity.
C. Filtering and removing foreign materials from the inspired air.
D. All of the a
GI Practice Exam 2
PGY300 Fall 2015
1. Which of the following is an accessory organ of the digestive system?
E. A, B and C
2. Where does chemical digestion begin?
A. oral cavity
C. stomach antr
GI Practice Exam 1
PGY300 Fall 2015
1. Under normal digestive conditions, chyme is moved from the jejunum into the next
compartment of the GI tract, which is the _.
D. ascending colon
2. Which of the following is NO
Figure 12-1 - Overview
Speed of Contraction
Antagonistic Muscles: Extensors and Flexors
The Motor Unit
Components of a Mu
Chapters Five and Eight
Figure 8-2 - Overview
Charge ions (Na+, K+, Ca+, Cl-)
Current ions/sec (into or out of cell)
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1. Which of the following statements about a carrie
Control of Ventilation
Central Nervous System
Somatic motor neurons
Rhythmic Ventilation (Central Pattern Generator)
Cardiovascular Control Centers
Conscious and Unconscious Control
Transport of Gases and
Hydrogen Ions in the
Hemoglobin Increases Oxygen Transport
Hemoglobin binds oxygen
by mass action.
- the higher the oxygen
concentration, the more
oxygen binds to
hemoglobin. When oxygen
Mechanics of Breathing
121 Farber Hall
Gas Exchange and Transport
Office Hours: The hour following each lecture or by appointment.
Exam: Oct 26, 2015
Renal Tubular Transport
The processes of reabsorption and secretion occur by unique mechanisms,
characteristic to each segment of the renal tubule.
Transepithelial Solute and Water Transport
Membrane Transport Mechanisms
Passive: Down electrochemical gra