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A&P2 Test 2 Listing

Mrs. Fletcher Weatherford College Test 2

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The three parts of a cardiac cycle. 1. Atrial Systole: Atria contract, venticles rest 2. Ventricular Systole: Ventricles contract, atria rest 3. Diastole: All chambers at rest
Name the Nine Pulse Points temporal, carotid, facial, brachial, radial, femoral, popliteal, dorsalis pedis, posterial tibialis
Differences between veins and arteries Veins carry de-oxygenated blood, veins have valves, arteries are thicker, arteries carry oxygenated blood
Components of the Upper respiratory tract Nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx
Three parts of the pharynx 1. Nasopharynx: located above the oral cavity 2. oropharynx: part of pharynx where oral cavity hooks in 3. laryngopharynx: area below the oral cavity
3 bones that contain sinuses Ethmoid, Maxillary, Frontal
Parts of the lower respiratory tract 1. larynx 2. trachea, 3. bronchial tree,
Parts of the bronchial tree trachea--> primary bronchi --> secondary or lobular bronchi --> tertiary or segmented bronchi --> interlobuar bronchioles --> terminal bronchioles --> respiratory bronchioles --> alveolar ducts
What is the "functional unit of the lung" the lobule
How many lobular bronchi does each lung contain? 3 on the right, 2 on the left.
How many tertiary or segmented bronchi does each lung contain? 10 on the right, 8 on the left.
What structure divides the L and R primary bronchi? the carina
What are the components of the urinary system? 1. two kidneys, 2. two ureters, 3. urinary bladder, 4. urethra
Name the three external layers of the kidneys. 1. renal capsule - fibrous and covers the surface 2. adipose capsule - pocket of perirenal fat that protects the kidney 3. renal fascia - encloses the kidney and anchors them to the posterior abdominal wall.
Name the components of urine #1 95% water! also, electolytes and nitrogenous waste: urea, uric acid, creatine, traces of amino acids.
Examples of nitrogenous waste Urea, uric acid, creatine, trace electrolytes.
Name the 5 factors that affect the rate of breathing. partial pressure of O2 and CO2, blood pH, degree to which lung tissue is stretched, emotional state, cold water shock.
Identify the factors affecting urine formation glomerular filtration, tubular reabsorbtion and tubular secretion.
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