5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- BPG affect on hemoglobin O2 sat
- is cholesterol soluble in water?
- bile salts and pancreatic enzymes digest what substance?
- how do bile salts aid in the digestion of fat?
- a deficiency in oxygen-carrying red blood cells (erythrocytes)
- b BPG increase causes decrease in bound O2 on hemoglobin
- c lipids
- d break down or emulsify fat droplets
- e not soluble in water
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- time the atrioventricular valves are open. Bridges all of ventricular systole and diastole
- Potassium's effect on muscle cells causes contractions to become weak and irregular and eventually to stop.
5 True/False questions
cephalic phase of gastric secretion → begins when you smell, think of or taste food. directed by CNS, prepares stomach to receive food. speeds up production of gastric juices.
dehydration synthesis → opposite of hydrolysis. anabolic reacition that joins two molecules by removing water.
pCO2 affect on hemoglobin O2 sat → decrease in pH leads to decrease in hemoglobin O2 sat
acidosis affect on hemoglobin O2 sat → pCO2 increase causes decrease in pH (acidosis) which decreases hemoglobin O2 sat
brachiocephalic vein → structure that allows communication between the inferior stomach and the duodenum of the small intestine