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Mash Histo II Test 1

NWHSU Mash Histology 2 Test 1

What structural type of capillary would be expected in an endocrine organ? Fen Cap
Which blood vessels are primarily responsible for the maintenance of normal arterial blood pressure? arteriole
Describe the structure of the tunica media of an elastic artery. elastic and smooth m.
What cytologic characteristics of Purkinje cells account for their rapid speed of transmission? large cells, gap junction, less myofibrils
Discuss how the structure of the parietal pericardium contributes to cardiac tamponade. fibrous outlayer
Compared to a medium sized artery, its companion medium sized vein has more A.________and less B._______ A. collagen B. elastic smooth m.
Subcutaneous red streaks radiating from an infected wound are due to inflammation of ________ lymphatic cap
What component of the bronchial tree is responsible for controlling air flow into regions of the lung? Bronchi
What 2 forces are responsible for exhalation at rest? diaphragm, suffocation
What is the alveolar contribution to the blood-air barrier? surfacten
Name the cells of the digestive which secrete the following: Isotonic alkaline fluid undiff - SI
Name the cells of the digestive which secrete the following: Pepsinogen Chief St
Name the cells of the digestive which secrete the following: Secretin Perietal St
Name the cells of the digestive which secrete the following: Albumin Endocrin SI
Explain how sympathetic stimulation may contribute to duodenal ulcers. secrection of mucus
The A._______ cells of the pancreas secrete digestive enzymes is response to B. ______ A. endocrine B. HCL
How does the absorptive cell of the small intestine contribute to the breakdown of carbohydrates? pepsinogen
Describe the structure of the hepatic sinusoid. disc endo disc bl
What specific tissue forms the internal anal sphinchter? smooth m.
What 2 major cytologic characteristics of the parietal cell reflect its function of HCL secretion? mitochondria, sufaceane
Which is a false statement about interstitial cells of Cajal? A. Form gap junctions with smooth muscle of the intestines B. Regulate the frequency and propagation of peristaltic contractions C. Accompany neurons of the submucosal plexus D. Are coupled to D. more than one are false
Name the hormone that causes contraction of uterine smooth muscle. oxytocin
Name the hormone that secretes in response to an increase in blood osmolarity. ADH
Name the hormone that secretes by neurons of the hypothalamus and enter the hypothalamic-hypophysial portal system. ADH
Name the hormone that stimulates the secretioin of milk from the lactating mammary gland. prolactin
All components of the _______ derive from the hypophysial (Rathke's) pouch. Adenohypep
What is the function of the hypothalamic-hypophysial portal system? Transport hormones
Created by: AnatomyMash