5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- function of surfactant produced by type II alveolar cells
- effect of hypercalcemia on the heart
- isovolumetric relaxation
- does low blood pH increase or decrease RBC metabolic rates?
- gastric chief cells produce ___ which is then converted to pepsin
- a Heart irritability is increased
- b reduce surface tension for easier expansion during inspiration
- c pepsinogen
- d early in diastole, all heart valves are closed, ventricles are relaxing but pressure is still higher than atrial pressure so no blood is flowing into ventricles yet.
- e acidity increases RBC metabolic rates
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- salivary and pacreatic enzymes
- ascending, transverse, descending, sigmoid
- 1-cephalic phase
- structure that allows communication between the inferior stomach and the duodenum of the small intestine
- type AB has both antigen A and antigen B. Thus it will be agglutinated by both anti-A antibody and anti-B antibody.
5 True/False Questions
pressure is generally high/low in the pulmonary circuit? → break down or emulsify fat droplets
enterogastric reflex → The enterogastric reflex specifically inhibits the intestinal phase by stimulating sympathetic activity and secretion of cholecystokinin which, in turn, decrease motility and delay emptying.
Leukemia is a disorder of what blood element? → platelets
How does the body respond to increased CO2 in the blood stream? → break down or emulsify fat droplets
gastroenteric reflex → opens ileocecal valve allowing materials to move from small intestine to alrge intestine.