5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is diffusion and how does it work?
- What are the 7 types of connective tissue?
- What is contained in the abdominal cavity?
- What is hypertonic?
- Point out cell organelles and name
- a 1. Blood- plasma, RBC, WBC and platelets
2. Areolar- Subcutaneous. Connects skin to muscles. Mucous membranes
3. Adipose- Subcutaneous. Sores excess energy in fat. (insulation)
4. Fibrous- Tendons and ligaments and dermis of skin (strong)
5. Elastic- Walls of large arteries and alveoli in lungs (promotes normal exhalation and helps maintain blood pressure)
6. Bone- Support the body, protect internal organs, store calcium and contain and protect red bone marrow
7. Cartilage- Wall of trachea to keep airway open, on joint surfaces to prevent friction, tips of nose and outer ears. Absorbs shock between vertebrae
- b liver, stomach and intestines
- d movement of molecules from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration along the concentration gradient. Very slow process. FOR MOLECULES
(Example: exchange of gases in lungs or body tissues)
- e A solution with a higher salt concentration than in the cells
(cells shrink) LESS WATER THAN IN CELL
5 Multiple choice questions
- process of cell division that results in the formation of gametes which are egg and sperm cells.
(used for creating human life)
- does not involve the sharing of electrons but results in hydrogen atoms
(ex: water molecules are attracted to nearby water molecules to form surface tension)
- Standing with legs shoulder width apart, arms down by side with palms forward
- Cell division involving one cell with the diploid number of chromosomes dividing into two identical cells.
(used for repair of tissues and growth of the organism)
- outer boundary of a cell made up of phospholipids, cholesterol and proteins.
its main job is to protect the cell and acts as a barrier for communication and assists in transport
5 True/False questions
What are the different kinds of bonding atoms? → 1. Chemical bonds
2. Ionic bonds
3. Covalent bonds
4. Disulfide and Hydrogen bonds
What is an enzyme and what does it do? → A buffer system is a chemical or pair of chemicals that minimizes changes in pH by reacting with strong acids or strong bases
(ex: buffer bonds to H+ ions when body fluid is becoming too acidic or release H+ ions when fluid becomes too alkaline)
What is a positive feedback mechanism? → the response to stimuli does not stop but rather keeps the sequence of events going. (requires an external brake)
EX: cervical stretching during childbirth
What is contained in the cranial cavity? → Contains skull and brain (CNS)
What is contained in the thoracic cavity? → urinary bladder and reproductive organs