5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which blood group will have its erythrocytes agglutinated by either type A plasma or type B plasma?
- bile salts and pancreatic enzymes digest what substance?
- isovolumetric relaxation
- alkalosis affect on hemoglobin O2 sat
- pCO2 affect on pH
- a increased pCO2 causes decrease in pH
- b increase in pH leads to increase in hemoglobin O2 sat
- c early in diastole, all heart valves are closed, ventricles are relaxing but pressure is still higher than atrial pressure so no blood is flowing into ventricles yet.
- d type AB has both antigen A and antigen B. Thus it will be agglutinated by both anti-A antibody and anti-B antibody.
- e lipids
5 Multiple choice questions
- synthesizing glucose from a non-carbohydrate source such as fats or proteins.
- Potassium's effect on muscle cells causes contractions to become weak and irregular and eventually to stop.
- increased erythrocyte production
- in the pancreas
5 True/False questions
cause of expiration during normal, quiet breathing? → passive recoil of the lungs and chest wall
The radial and ulnar veins fuse to form this vein that runs most of the length of the arm → axillary
3 veins of the neck (two of each) → internal jugular, external jugular and vertebral veins
Intestinal phase → clumping of cells due to introduction of an antibody
two functions of glycogenolysis → 1-maintain blood glucose level
2-provide energy during fight-or-flight response