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A & P 102 Quiz 3

Gas exchange happens in small sacs within the lungs, what are these small sacs called alveoli
excess glucose can be stored in the liver as what molecule glycogen
a deficiency in what vitamin can lead to a condition called rickets Vitamin D
what is the band of cartilage jut inferior to the thyroid cartilage cricoid cartilage
what by product of protein digestion can led to gout Urea/uric acid
Name one function of Folic Acid fetal development
of the three sources of energy in our diet, which one contains the most calories per gram lipids/fat
what large sheet of muscle inferior to the lungs contracts during inspiration to increase the volume of the thoracic cavity Diaphragm
what structures within the nasal cavity cause air to swirl around to humidify the warm air before it goes to the lungs nasopharynx
which part of the respiratory system contains the vocal cords larynx
what is the structural difference between an unsaturated and saturated lipid saturated have no carbon to double carbon bones, unsaturated have at least 1 carbon to double carbon bond.
what condition can result when the body uses fat for energy for an extended period of time ketoacidosis
citrus fruits are a good source of vitamin C. What disease will eating citrus fruits prevent scurvy
Eight amino acids cannot be synthesized in the body and have to be part of the food we eat What are these eight amino acids called Essential Amino Acids
What vitamin is important for healthy vision Vitamin A
what is the name of the point where the trachea splits into the right and left main bronchi carina
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