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Ch 10 urinary system

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what do you call the building phase of matabolism where smaller molecules are converted to larger ones Anabolism
what do you call the destructive phase of matabolism where larger molecules are converted to smaller ones Canabolism
What is the name of the salivary enzyme Ptyalin
glucose, fat, and proteins are used to generate energy via the process of cellular respiration
Cellular respiration results in the production of ATP
Where does cellular respiration take place the mitochondrion
Cellular respiration normally occures in the presence of oxygen and is called Aerobic metabolism
If you have low oxygen levels then aerobic metabolism doesn't occure and the cell reverts to anaerobic metabolism
Which metabolism process produces the least amount of energy, producing lactate acid waste products. Anaerobic metabolism
The peripherial process of heat regulation is under the primary control of the Hypothalamus
Where is extracellular fluid found outside the cells
where is intracellular fluid found inside the cells
Where is interstitial fluid found outside the blood vessels
What is ADH Anti-diuretic hormone
What are the 2 major functions of the urinary system filtration of blood by removal of waste products, the maintenance of fluid and electrolyte balance
What type of organ are the kidneys. Solid or hollow Solid
What protective layer of fibrous connective tissue surounds the kidney the renal capsule
What are the large urinary tubes called calyces
What is the outer portion of the kidney tissue called the renal cortex
What is the functional unit of the kidney the nephron
The rate at which the blood is filtered through the glomerula is known as glomerular filtration rate
What is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands causing an increased rate of sodium and water resorption back into the blood from the tubules aldosterone
What produces adlosterone angiotensin II
What contributes to the production of anfiotensin II renin
A spinal reflex that causes contraction of the smooth muscle of the bladder is known as micturition reflex
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