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5 Matching questions

  1. salibary glands
  2. large intestine (colon)
  3. jejunum (part of small intestine)
  4. glomeruli
  5. duodenum (part of small intestine)
  1. a -waste produced. water absorbed/ its removal produces feces
    -final part is rectum
  2. b site in nephron where filtration occurs
    -involves active transport to eliminate urea while reabsorbing glucose, Na+, water
  3. c villi absorbs amino acids, sugars, fatty acids, & glycerol so that what is passed onto the large intestine is a thin, watery substance almost devoid of nutrients
  4. d - saliva starts digestive process & acts as a lubricant.
    -largest of the 3 salivary glands are the parotid glands
  5. e separated from stomach by duodenal sphincter., ultimate destruction of food digestion reaches completion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. tubes which transport urine from kidneys to bladder
  2. -majority of digestion & nutrient absorption takes place
    -surface is covered w/ villi which increase SA for nutrient absorption
  3. -muscular tube which leads to stomach
    -a valve (esophageal sphincter) separates it from stomach
  4. has muscular wall lined w/ mucus -> contains gastric enzymes and acid (pH 1) for breaking down food
  5. 1. proteins digeted
    2. amino acids carried in blood to body cells
    3. cells convert amino groupps to ammonia. carried in blood to liver
    4. liver converts ammonia to urea (less toxic)
    5. urea carried in blood to kidneys
    6. kidney nephrons filter urea into urine

5 True/False questions

  1. nephronurine flows to outside from bladder by the way of urethra

          

  2. urethraurine flows to outside from bladder by the way of urethra

          

  3. amylaseenzyme in saliva
    breaks down starch

          

  4. bladdersite storage of urine

          

  5. proteases1. proteins digeted
    2. amino acids carried in blood to body cells
    3. cells convert amino groupps to ammonia. carried in blood to liver
    4. liver converts ammonia to urea (less toxic)
    5. urea carried in blood to kidneys
    6. kidney nephrons filter urea into urine