5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- bile salts and pancreatic enzymes digest what substance?
- where is hydrochloric acid produced?
- a breaking chemical bonds by adding water. Opposite of dehydration synthesis. catabolic
- b catabolism of carbs (ie- glucose) by enzymes for the release of energy and pyruvic acid
- c lipids
- d abnormal decrease in blood platelets
- e parietal cells in the gastric glands of the stomach
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- increase in pH leads to increase in hemoglobin O2 sat
- hydrochloric acid
- 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.
- salivary and pacreatic enzymes
- Potassium's effect on muscle cells causes contractions to become weak and irregular and eventually to stop.
5 True/False Questions
glycogenolysis → the breakdown of glycogen stores for use when there is insufficient glucose (catabolic reaction)
EDV (End Diastolic Volume) → blood volume in the ventricle before a contraction (at the end of diasole/relaxation)
A major function of hepatocytes is the formation and secretion of which substance? → lipids
clotting problems and electrolyte imbalances are disorders of what blood element? → plasma
triglycerides are digested by the enzyme ___ ___ → pancreatic lipase