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A&P Gennero II

A & P II

QuestionAnswer
Disease causing agents such as virus and bacteria Pathogens
Lymphnodes are the center of production of Lymphocytes
Foreign or "non-self" substances that trigger immune responses: Antigen
Canal from the mouth to the anus Alimentary Canal
Chisel shaped teeth Incisors
Sphincter muscle located between small and large intestines ilieocecal valve
Nutrients necessary for health that human cells cannot synthesize: Essentials
Ways that nutriets are altered chemically and used in cells to build and breakdown compounds Metabolism
Fructose, glucose and galactose are what class of sugars? Monosaccharides
The units of heat that measure the amount of energy in food Calories
The bronchus and blood vessels enter the lung though: Hilum
The hormone released from kidney that promotes production of red blood cells: erythropoietin
Right Atrium, receives blood from SVC, IVC and ? coronary sinus
Which circuit sends oxygen poor blood to the lungs? Pulmonary
Granular or Agranular? Monocyte: A Lymphocyte: A Basophil: G Eosinophil: G
Arteries, ____________, ______________, __________, Veins Arterioles, Capillaries, Venuoles
What makes venous blood flow move? Breathing, movement, venoconstriction, valves
Parasympathetic impulses ____________ digestive activities Increase
Largest salivary gland that secretes watery serous fluid that is rich in salivary amalayse Parotid Gland
This gland has duel function endocrine/exocrine , exocrine secretes digestive juices Pancreas
Fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, K
Along with red bone marrow, ______ _______ are centers for lymphocyte production. Lymphnodes
__________ Produces swelling, heat and pain and protection Inflammation
Comes from exocrine gland and fights bacteria and viruses IGA
Describe Artificially Acquired Active Immunity Gave the problem, not the answer
Short term immunity for newborn Naturally Acquired Passive Immunity
Immediate reaction to an allergy occurs in minutes Type 1
Skin from one part of the body to replace skin on another part Autograft
If you only eat dairy and eggs Lacto-ovo vegetarian
Larynx, trachea and lungs are located in what part of respiratory Lower respiratory tract
Air filled spaces in frontal, ethmoid and maxillary sinuses
The location of gas exchange in the lungs Alveoli
Describe breathing process Diaphragm moves down, air rushes in, body relaxes and air rushes out.
Tidal volume Air in and out of normal respiratory cycle
Max volume of air after deepest breath possible Vital capacity
Homeostasis Balance
Ventilation Movement of air in and out of the lungs
External respiration Exchange of gases between air in the lungs and blood
Internal Respiration Exchange of gas between the blood and the body cells
Cellular respiration O2 use and production of CO2
Respiration Process of exchanging gases between atmosphere and body cells
Upper respiratory tract Nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx
Kidneys function Regulate volume, composition and pH of body fluids
Nephron Where urine is created
Glomerular Filtration 1st step in urine formation
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