← A&P II Test 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is a greater than normal amount of CO2 in the blood called?
- What is the movement of molecules out of the digestive tract into circulation or the lymphatic system?
- What plays a major role in swallowing?
- What is the volume of air inspired or expired with each breath?
- During swallowing, the opening into the larynx is covered by what?
- a Epiglottis
- b Hypercapnia
- c Tidal volume
- d Tongue
- e Absorption
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Trypsin & carboxypeptidase
- The pharyngeal phase of swallowing
- Frequency of the vibrations
- Decreasing the surface tension between water molecules on the lining of the alveoli
5 True/False Questions
Secretions that are added as food moves through the GI tract assist in? → Pharynx
What are the salivary glands located just anterior to the ear? → Salivary amylase
What is the portion of the pharynx that extends from the internal nares to the level of the uvula? → Nasopharynx
Food in the stomach is squeezed and mixed with gastric juices forming a semiliquid called? → Chyme
What are the serous membranes that surround the lungs? → A pressure gradient established between the atmosphere and the alveoli