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Physiology stack 1


Intrinsic Control: Is sometimes called autoregulation
Which of the following is not one of the basic components in a feedback control loop? A) Effector Mechanism B) Transmitter C) Sensor D) Integrating Center B) Transmitter
A structural lipid found in the cell membrane is a: Phospholipid and Steroid
Which energy-releasing or energy-transferring molecule does not contain a nucleotide: A) FAD B) Creatine Phosphate C) NAD D) ATP B) Creatine Phosphate
Amino Acids frequently become joined by: Peptide bonds
What is the most important factor in determining the physical and chemical properties of fatty acids? Degree of Saturation
NaCl would move through the cell membrane in which direction? Both into and out of the cell.
A membrane carrier structure attracts a solute to a binding site, changes shape, and releases the solute on the other side of the cell membrane. This describes the process of: carrier-mediated transport
During which stage of mitosis do the centrioles move to the opposite poles of the cell? Prophase
Which type of connective tissue helps newborns maintain body temperature by producing heat? Brown fat
Which tissue is most likely to form a keloid scar as it heals? Connective
A condition that is caused by an abnormally increased roundness in the thoracic curvature is: Kyphosis
An example of a hinge joint is the: interphalangeal joints
Muscle contractions will continue so long as: Calcium ions are attached to the troponin
Which type of muscle is responsible for peristalsis: Single-unit smooth
Created by: Charley1988