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What is the most common mechanism for regulation for release of hormones positive feedback negative feedback
what part of the hypothalamus is the commander in chief positive feedback negative feedback
what is the mechanism of control by the hypothalamus for the release of hormones from the anterior pituitary gland hormonal control nerve impulse control
hormone secreted by the posterior pituitary gland that initiates labor antidiuretic hormone oxytocin
while hormone lowers blood calcium level parathyroid hormone calcitonin
while hormone increases blood calcium level parathyroid hormone calcitonin
hormone secreted by penal gland is associated with seasonal affective disorder melanin melatonin
WHAT endocrine gland secretes epinephrine also known as adrenaline adrenal cortex adrenal medulla
what is the hormones secreted by the adrenal cortex that plays an important role in the regulation of blood volume pressure by regulating water reabsorption by the kidneys
which hormone secreted by the pancreas decreases blood glucose glucagon insulin
what type diabetes is caused by hyposecretion by the pancreas diabetes insipidus diabetes mellitus
what is the clear protective membrane that covers exposed part of the sclera conjunctiva
name of glands that secrete tears secruemonis lacrimal glands
what is the innermost layer of the eyeball retina choroid sclera
what is the clear inner portion of the sclera that allows light to enter the eye cornea choroid
pathology of the eye caused by increased pressure of fluids of the eye glaucoma cataracT
function of the eustachian tubes equalize pressure between the inner ear and atmosphere equalize pressure between middle ear and atmosphere
what part of the inner ear contains the receptors for hearing vestibule cochlea semicircular canals
what part of the inner ear contains receptors for the dynamic balance vestibule cochlea semicircular canals
the right ventricle pumps carbon dioxide rich blood out of the heart and into the pulmonary vein pulmonary arteries
the left atrium of the heart receives oxygenated blood from the lungs via the four pulmonary arteries veins
The Left ventricle of the heart pumps oxygenated blood out of the heart and into the aorta pulmonary arteries
what part of the brain is cardiac control center for resting heart rate hypothalamus medulla oblongata
during physical activity heart rate is controlled by what part of the autonomic nervous system parasympathetic sympathetic
_______ is a blood clot in an unbroken vessel that travels and gets lodged in a smaller blood vessel occluding blood flow embolism thrombosis
_________ is a blood clot in a fixed location in an unbroken blood vessel thrombosis embolism
what is the medical term for the voice box pharynx larynx
what is the function of the epiglottis to close off the opening to the larynx during swallowing to close off the opening to the pharynx during swallowing
what structures are the sites for the exchange of the respiratory gases bronchioles alveoli
the alveoli of the lungs is composed of stratified squamous epithelium simple Squamous epithelium
the visceral pleural is the inner layer of the serous membranes that surround the lungs outer layer of the serous membranes that surround the lungs
primary respiratory control center is located in the hypothalamus Medulla oblongata
which of the following describes a blood pH of 7.4 acidosis within normal limits alkalosis
the majority of oxygen transported by the blood is primarily transported by bicarbonate hemoglobin
which of the following is not a function of the lymphatic system return excess tissue fluid to the blood protection from disease storing and maturing some tops of white blood cells intestinal absorption of amino acids