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Human Physiology

Which of the following constitutes total lung volume? Residual volume and vital capacity
Normal, quiet breathing is known as: eupnea.
Which of the following helps determine the amount of oxygen that diffuses into the blood each minute? All of the above help determine the amount of oxygen that diffuses into the blood each minute.
Which of the following statements about cardiac muscle is incorrect? Cardiac muscle requires nervous stimulation to contract.
The largest and most frequently injured joint is the: knee
When neurotransmitters from synaptic knobs stimulate a postsynaptic neuron in rapid succession, their effect can add up over a brief period to produce an action potential. This is called temporal summation.
When a neuron is resting, the inner surface of its plasma membrane is slightly positive compared with its outer surface. False
The tiny bulge at the end of a terminal branch of a presynaptic neuron’s axon is called a(n) synaptic knob.
The second step of hemostasis occurs when additional coagulation factors beyond factor VII respond in a cascade to form fibrin strands. Fibrin stands strengthen what? platelet plug
Because fats are insoluble in water, they must be emulsified
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