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5 Matching questions

  1. In most capillaries, the adjoining cells have narrow clefts between them that allow the ions and other small, water-soluble substances, as well as white blood cells to enter and leave. in capillaries in the ________ high junctions cells and clefts are nonexistent.
  2. ________ is the chemical and mechanical breakdown of food into small molecules, whole ________ is the uptake of these small molecules by the bodies cells
  3. Which of the following activities would be associated with the parasympathetic division of the nervous system?
  4. You would find the axons of interneurons ___________
  5. Most carbon dioxide in blood is transported _________
  1. a in the brain and the spinal cord
  2. b resting and digesting
  3. c Brain
  4. d as bicarbonate
  5. e Digestion, Absorption

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. at blood vessels
  2. Large intestine
  3. (A and C) Taste and Smell
  4. Diffusion
  5. Sensory Neurons

5 True/False questions

  1. This statement is true about the lymph vascular system__________(A and B) Transports lipids absorbed from small INT. to blood stream, recovers interstitial fluid at the venous end of capillaries and transports it back the blood stream

          

  2. made by the pancreas; acts on protein fragmentsLipase

          

  3. This statement is not true about VEINSThey have an outer layer of elastic tissue

          

  4. __________ develops with age, Beginning around mid-40s, the lens of the eye loses much of its elasticity and reading without glasses becomes difficultsensory adaptation

          

  5. In a neuron, ______ receives incoming information and convey them to the cell body.Axon

          

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