5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is isotonic?
- What are the 7 types of connective tissue?
- What is a negative feedback mechanism?
- What is filtration and how does it work?
- Describe a disulfide bond?
- a Requires energy of mechanical pressure. Water and dissolved materials are FORCED through a membrane from an area of higher PRESSURE to an area of lower PRESSURE
(Example: formation of tissue fluid and the first step in the formation of urine)
- b bodys response to stimuli reverses the stimulus in effect turning it off for a while and keeps the body within normal range
- c A solution with the same salt concentration as in cells
- d 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
- e covalent bond formed between two atoms of sulfur
(ex: strand of hair maintains its shape)
5 Multiple choice questions
- ability of the body to maintain a relatively stable metabolism and to function normally despite changes
- 1. Sagittal plane which divides left from right (cut down the middle would be mid-sagittal)
2. Frontal plane which divides the body front to back (Coronal)
3. Transverse plane which is a horizontal plane that separates the body into upper and lower portions (cuts you at belly button into upper body and lower body)
- Heart and lungs
- name for energy production within cells and involves the respiratory gases: oxygen and carbon dioxide
(ex: glucose and oxygen combine to make carbon dioxide, water, ATP and heat)
5 True/False questions
What is the formula for glucose? → ability of the body to maintain a relatively stable metabolism and to function normally despite changes
What is facilitated diffusion and how does it work? → 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)
What are the two main body cavities and what is contained in them? → 1. The dorsal cavity which contains the spinal and cranial cavity
2. The ventral cavity which contains the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities
What is cytoplasm? → a watery solution (cytosol) of minerals, gases, organic molecules and cell organelles are found. it gives the cell its shape
What are the mucous membranes and where are they located? → Line the body tracts open to the environment
---respiratory , digestive, urinary and reproductive
---mucus keeps the living epithelium we and provides lubrication in the digestive tract
---traps dust and bacteria in the respiratory tract