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A & P 102 test 2

what region of an antibody will bind to an antigen variable region
which chamber of the heart pumps blood to the body except the lungs left ventricle
the right lymphatic duct drains into what blood vessels right subclavian vein
what is the last section of the small intestines that connect to the large intestines ileum
the right atrium receives blood from what two major blood vessels superior and inferior vena cava
when swallowing, the esophagus contracts in a wave-like fashion, moving from superior to inferior. what is this wave-like contractions called. periostalic contraction
what are part of the circle of willis posterior communicating arteries posterior cerebral arteries
what structure covers the trachea during swallowing epiglottis
what structure separates the ventricles interventricular septum
What structute holds the intestines in place in the abdomen and contains many blood vessels mesentery
in an EKG, what is happening during the QRS complex repolarization atria, depolarization ventricle
name one of the secretions of the stomach and the function of that secretion hydrocholic acid, breaks down food
what is the middle, muscular layer of the heart wall. myocardium
what blood vessels branch from the aorta to supply the heart itself with blood right and left coronary arteries
within the small intestines, two structures increase the surface area to increase absorption capacity name one of these structures. intestinal villi
which of the following are direct branches off the aortic arch a) pulmonary trunk b) right and left cardiac veins c)cardiocephalic Trunk d) left subclavian artery e) right subclavian artery D... left subclavian artery
what sphincter (ring of muscle) controls the exit to the stomach to the small intestines Pyrolic sphincter
what string like structure connects valves to muscles in the heart wall chordae tendneae
what structure of lymph node will mainly contain t- and b- cells germinal centers
what is the innermost layer of the heart wall? Endocardium
which blood vessels carry blood to the lungs from the heart right and left pulmonary arteries
the brachiocephalic trunk splits into which two arteries right subclavian, right common carotid
during what stage of the cardiac cycle are the ventricles contracting QRS wave
which of the following are branches of the celiac trunk a) hepatic portal veins b) left gastric artery c) splenic artery d) left renal artery e) right renal artery left gastric artery, splenic artery
which anal sphincter is composed of skeletal muscle external
blood that goes to the heart itself drains back into which chamber right atrium
which section of the digestive system absorbs most of the food we eat. small intestine
name one of the valves that will open when the ventricles are contracting aortic
what section of the large intestines receives digestive material from the small intestines cecum
between which layers of the pericardium would you find pericardial fluid parietal & visceral
name one of the valves that will be open when the atria are contracting. tricuspid
which salivary gland is on the side of the cheek near the ear parotid
the lymphatic vessels from the legs and lower areas of the body drain into what structures cisterna chyli
what muscles in the heart prevent the prolapse of valves (in other words, they prevent a valve from opening in the wrong direction)? papillary muscles
what role does the pancreas have in digestion releases bicarbonate to neutralize stomach acid
which of the following can diffuse (be absorbed) directly into cells of the small intestines a)carbohydrates b) protein c) lipids d) none of the above e) all of the above lipids (fatty acids)
which blood vessels carry blood back to the heart from the lungs pulmonary veins
what does an EKG measure electro activity of the heart
what cells produce bile hepatic (liver cells)
what are the terminals branches that comes from the right and left bundle branches (in other words, what are the smallest branches of the conduction system of the heart purkinje fibers
name one way the structure of a vein is different from an artery tunica media is thinner
name one substance that can be absorbed in the stomach alcohol, water, salts
which of the following return blood to the right atrium a) superior vena cava b) pulmonary veins c) right and left cardiac arteries d) cardiac sinus e) aorta superior vena cava
what sphincter (ring of muscle) controls the entrance to the stomach from the esophagus cardiac
what is the soft middle layer of the tooth dentin
what special structure of the conduction system initiates contraction of the heart SA node starts everything
on the venous end of a capillary bed, -------- pressure is highest and pulls fluid back into the blood vessels from the interstitial space. osmotic
the thoracic duct drains into what blood vessel left subclavian vein
which chamber of the heart will contain oxygenated blood a) right atrium b) left atrium c) right ventricle d) left ventricle e) none of the chambers left atrium, left ventricle
On the arterial end of the capillary bed, ......... pressure is highest and pushes out fluid from the blood vessels into the interstitial space hydrostatic
what is the middle section of the small intestines jejunum
the brachial artery splits into what two major arteries radial and ulnar
which duct carries bile into the first section of the small intestines common bile duct
during what stage of the cardia cycle are the atria contracting p wave
what ligament holds a tooth in place within the gums periodontal ligament
which chamber of the heart pumps blood to the lungs right ventricle
what type of bond holds the chains together in the structure of an antibody light & disulfide bond
the fetal heart contains two special structures not found in an adult heart, what purpose do these serve to bypass the lungs to transport oxygen directly to fetus
what hormone stimulates the pancreas to produce bicarbonate secretin
where will pain from appendicitis present in a patient (what abdominal quadrant) lower left quadrant
which salivary gland produces most of the non-stimulated saliva (the saliva when your're not eating) submandibular
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