5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is a lack of Vitamin B12?
- What is the function of saliva?
- What is the first stage of a Cavity?
- What are Brunner's Glands?
- _____ ________ _____ (BMR) indicates how well we can break things down
- a Cleanses the mouth, moistens and dissolves food chemicals, aids in bolus formation, contains enzymes that break down starch.
- b Duodenal glands in the duodenum that secrete alkaline mucus.
- c Pernicious Anemia.
- d Dental plague, a film of sugar, bacteria, and mouth debris, adheres to teeth.
- e basal metabolic rate
5 Multiple choice questions
- Stores and concetrates bile by abosrbing its water and ions. Releases bile via the cystic duct, which flows into the bile duct.
- An additional obliquid layer that allows the stomach to churn, mix and pummel food physically, breaks down food into smaller fragments.
- carbohydrate, lipid, amino acid, wastes, vitamin, mineral, drug
5 True/False questions
How are Nucleic Acids Absorbed? → Active transport via membrane carriers. In Villi and transported to live via hepatic portal vein.
______ is a viral disease of salivary glands → Scattered throughout the oral mucosa, keep the mouth moist. (Buccal glands).
What does CCK cause? → The gallbladder to contract, the hepatopancreatic sphincter to relax. As a result the bile enters the duodenum.
What is the Neck? → Constriction where the crown and root come together.
_______ is another word for throwing up → lipolysis