5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Bicarbonate buffers are a component of intestinal juice that are produced where?
- In the cephalic phase, reflexes from the ___-based senses stimulate increased gastric activity.
- ___ is primarily water with small amounts of enzymes that initiate the breakdown of carbohydrates
- a breaking chemical bonds by adding water. Opposite of dehydration synthesis. catabolic
- b high blood platelet count
- c in the pancreas
- d saliva
- e head
5 Multiple choice questions
- The enterogastric reflex specifically inhibits the intestinal phase by stimulating sympathetic activity and secretion of cholecystokinin which, in turn, decrease motility and delay emptying.
- passive recoil of the lungs and chest wall
- medulla oblongata
- hydrochloric acid
- pancreatic lipase
5 True/False questions
gluconeogenesis → synthesizing glucose from a non-carbohydrate source such as fats or proteins.
In the gastric phase, ___ receptors and ___ reactions control gastric activity. → begins when you smell, think of or taste food. directed by CNS, prepares stomach to receive food. speeds up production of gastric juices.
agglutination → colloidal suspension of a liquid in another liquid
pressure is generally high/low in the pulmonary circuit? → relatively low (high pressure causes edema)
function of surfactant produced by type II alveolar cells → Heart irritability is increased