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5 Matching questions

  1. efferent pathway
  2. 1/2 cup
  3. Sickle Cell anemia
  4. Right Atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, lungs, pulmonary vein, Left atrium, left ventricle, aorta, arteries, body, veins, vena cava
  5. Sensory deafness
  1. a transmission of nerve impulses from the cochlea to the brain is impaired because of damage to the cochlea
  2. b consists of a motor neuron and takes the information from the ventral horn of the spinal cord of the CNS
  3. c the fetus swallows about ____ of amniotic fluid each day
  4. d resemble a half moon. the normal red blood cells are the circular non-nucleated red cells.
  5. e pathway of blood through human heart

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (XXX, chromosome 23) occurs when an extra chromosome ends up in the 23rd position.

    *no signs. females seem normal. may be infertile.
  2. the ___ comes on like a dimmer switch, growing gradually over many months from nothing to being fully on
  3. 2. Comparative Anatomy - looking at both embryonic stages in different vertebrate organisms and the physical features of the adult vertebrate forelimbs in comparison with a common ancestor.
  4. this human germ layer contains: liver, digestive system, lungs, pancreas, urinary tract.
  5. transmitted by mosquitoes, this parasite causes malaria. worm-like parasite and non-nucleated red blood cells.

5 True/False questions

  1. Turner's syndrome(XYY, chromosome 23) individuals possess an extra Y sex chromosome.

    *no obvious signs or symptoms. males seem normal.

          

  2. Stages of Early Developmentcoordinates muscle movements. balance, posture, muscle.

          

  3. Line graphuse when both variables are continuous. draw lines of best fit.

          

  4. Cerebral Cortexneuron cell bodies. Left brain for language, speech, math.
    Right brain for intuitive, musical, artistic abilities.

          

  5. Down syndromethis human germ layer contains: liver, digestive system, lungs, pancreas, urinary tract.