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Final review

Some parasympathetic postganglionic neurons have their cell bodies in nuclei in the brainstem. False
Which is not true about sympathetic postganglionic neurons? They produce acetylcholine.
All cell bodies of the autonomic nervous system are located within the CNS. False
Dendrites and cell bodies of sympathetic preganglionic neurons are located in the gray matter of the thoracic and upper lumbar segments of the spinal cord.
Region of the hypophysis that contains secretory endocrine cells derived from the oral ectoderm. adenohypophysis
Factors that affect the strength of myocardial contraction are called inotropic factors.
Which division of the autonomic nervous system sends fibers to the heart? sympathetic and parasympathetic
The ingestion and destruction of microorganisms or other small particles is called phagocytosis.
The body’s defense mechanisms can be organized into one of two major categories of immune mechanisms; these are innate and adaptive immunity.
The movement of phagocytes from blood vessels to an inflammation site is called diapedesis.
Recognition of antigens by antibodies occurs when an antigen’s epitopes fit into and bind to an antigen molecule’s antigen-binding site
The microscopic cilia function to move mucus toward the pharynx.
The trachea divides at its lower end into two primary bronchi.
The small leaf-shaped cartilage that projects upward behind the tongue and hyoid bone is the epiglottis.
In the right lung, the superior and middle lobes are separated by the: horizontal fissure.
The anatomical division of the pharynx that is located behind the mouth from the soft palate above to the level of the hyoid bone below is called the: oropharynx.
The intestinal lining has circular folds that contain many tiny projections called villi
Which salivary gland produces only a mucous type of saliva? sublingual
The structure that permits material to pass from the ileum into the large intestine is the ileocecal valve.
The uppermost division of the small intestine is the duodenum.
The right angle between the transverse colon and the ascending colon is the: hepatic flexure.
The more common term for deglutition is: swallowing.
The proper anatomical order for the divisions of the colon is: ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid.
The fan-shaped projection of peritoneum that connects the small intestine to the posterior abdominal wall is the: mesentery.
The part of the colon that lies in the vertical position, on the left side of the abdomen, extending from a point below the stomach and spleen to the level of the iliac crest is the _____ colon. descending
Created by: Mitchel320



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