5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- transport O2 to cells and CO2 away from cells
- warms air, filters air, moistens air
- form platelets
- 100-120 days
- a what are the three functions of the nasal cavity?
- b function of megakaryocytes
- c in this process, the diaphragm is contracted
- d function of erythrocytes
- e life span of an erythrocyte
5 Multiple choice questions
- the opening on the larynx is also known as vocal chords
- what is the order of leukocytes from most abundant to least? (or...how does Ms. Devick want us to remember them?)
- in this process, the diaphragm is relaxed
- process that occurs in bone marrow and ends of long bones where erythrocytes are formed
- what are erythrocytes lacking?
5 True/False questions
epiglottis → the opening on the larynx is also known as vocal chords
spectrin, hemoglobin → what makes up erythrocytes? (2)
vital capacity → located on the larynx, they allow humans to make noise
hilus → what are erythrocytes lacking?
spectrin → the opening on the larynx is also known as vocal chords