5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Corticotropin releasing hormone
- Disturbed eating behaviours that jeopardize a person's physical or psychological health.
- Endocrine cells in the islets of Langerhands of the pancreas responsible for synthesizing and secreting the hormone insulin, which lowers the glucose levels in the blood.
- To physiologically adapt to an unfamiliar environment and achieve a new steady state. For example, the body can adjust to a high altitude or a hot climate and gain an increased capacity to work in those conditions.
- The ability to perform large muscle movement over a sustained period; related to the capacity of the heart-lung system to deliver oxgen for sustained energy production. Also called cardiorespiratory endurance or aerobic fitness.
- a CRH
- b Acclimatize
- c Eating disorders
- d Beta cell
- e Cardiorespiratory fitness
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Atherosclerotic heart disease
5 True/False Questions
Pertaining to the breaking down of tissue, or catabolism. Catabolism generally refers to a decrease in lean tissue, particularly muscle. → Digestion
A localized abnormal dilation of a blood vessel; associated with a stroke when the aneurysm bursts. → Aneurysm
Pain in the anterior compartment muscles of the lower leg, fascia, and periosteal lining. Often induced by exertional or sudden changes in activity. → Anterior shin splints
A legal defense used in claims or suits when the plaintiff's negligence contributed to the act in disupte. → Contributory negligence
A temproary absence of cessation of breathing; when this condition occurs during sleep it is called sleep apnea. → Elasticity