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MMTC A&P Final

MMTC A&P Final Exam - Miller Motte A&P2 Final

What are the three functions of the lymphatic system. Fluid balance, Protection from infection, and the Absorption of Fats.
Name male and female gonads and describe their functions. The gonad is the organ that makes gametes. The gonads in males are the testes and the gonads in females are the ovaries. The product, gametes, are haploid germ cells. For example, spermatozoon and egg cells are gametes.
Describe how fetal circulation differs from that of an adult. The fetus has special circulatory adaptations to carry blood to and from the umbilical cord and to bypass the non-functional lungs.
Explain difference between dominant and recessive genes. A dominant gene is one that expresses its effect in the cell regardless of whether its allele on the matching chromosome is the same\different from the dominant gene. The effect of a recessive gene is not evident unless paired with another recessive gene
What are the main categories of immunity? Innate immunity is inborn and is inherited along with other characteristics in a person's genes. - Adaptive immunity develops after birth. Adaptive immunity may be acquired by natural or artificial means; in addition, it may be either active or passive.
Name two types of adaptive immunity. Natural Adaptive Immunity and Artificial Adaptive Immunity
Name the three types of carbohydrates. . A monosaccharide is a simple sugar. A disaccharide consists of two simple sugars linked together, whereas a polysaccharide consists of many simple sugars linked together in chains.
Causes of acidosis (Metabolic) Kidney failure; anaerobic metabolism; lack of carbohydrate metabolism, as in diabetes, starvation; prolonged diarrhea (Respiratory)Respiratory obstruction, lung disease such as asthma or emphysema, apnea or decreased ventilation
Causes of alkalosis (Metabolic) Overuse of antacids; prolonged vomiting (Respiratory) Hyperventilation (overbreathing due to anxiety or oxygen deficiency)
Draw the Urinary System See book.
Name the types of leukocytes and their relative % and Function. see book.
Conduction System of the Heart SA Node - Internodal pathways - AV node - Bundle of His - L/R Bundle branches- the Purkinje Fibers
For the ones that says see book, the cards wouldn't allow space for the answer. If you have questions message me.
Tidal Capacity, Residual Volume, Vital Capacity etc.... see book.
Inspiratory reserve volume
Expiratory Reserve Volume
Vital Capacity
Functional Residual Volume
Tidal Capacity
12. Conduction system of the heart.
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