5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- schwan cells
- a "chemical handcuffs" released by B cells that bind to a pathogen and disable it.
- b cells around the axon that produce myelin
- c pressure when the heart is at rest
- d tiny air sacks in the lungs surrounded by capillaries where gass exchange takes place (diffusion)
- e carry blood away from the heart
5 Multiple choice questions
- transports nutrients, oxygen and waste to/from the cells
- tiny vessles that allow for diffusion of nutrients, Oxygen, and waste at the alveoli and cells
- mouth/nose, trachea, bronchi, alveoli
- gab between an axon (one nerve) and the dendrite of the next nerve.
- Relay and process information; made of interneurons; brain and spinal cord
5 True/False questions
reflexes → involuntary response to a stimulus; mainly part of the PNS (doesn't involve brain)
white blood cells (WBCs) → involved in the immune response
midbrain → relays visual and auditory information; controls muscle coordination
Helper T cell → activated by the macrophage; then activates the B cells and killer T cells; "The General"
nodes of ranvier → gaps in the myelin sheath