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5 Matching questions

  1. Sinoatrial Node
  2. Coronary Sinus
  3. Yersinia
  4. In what chamber of the human heart in the sinoatrial node located?
  5. Venae Cavae
  1. a right atrium
  2. b a large venous channel in the heart wall that recieves blood via coronary veins and empties it into the right atrium
  3. c a small mass of tissue in the right atrium functioning as pacemaker of the heart by giving rise to the electrical impulses that initate heart contractions
  4. d either of two large veins discharging blood into the right atrium of the heart, one conveying blood from the head, chest, and upper extremities and the other conveying blood from all the other parts below the diaphragm
  5. e a gram-negative that causes various animal diseases

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. thyronine with three iodine atoms added
  2. a complex carbohydrate that is composed of glucose units, forms the main consituent of the cell wall in most plants, and is important in the manufacture of numerous products
  3. one of the several derivatives which are fundamental for nucleic acids
  4. pertainng to or toward the front plane of the body, equivalent to the ventral surface of of quadrupeds
  5. any of several carbohydrates, that cannot be broken down to simple sugars by hydrolysis. Also called simple sugar

5 True/False questions

  1. Yersinina, Drosophila, and Homo are all what taxonomic category?heart

          

  2. Right Ventriclethe right upper chamber of the heart recieves blood from the venae cavae and coronoary sinus

          

  3. Ventralof or pertaingin to the venter or belly; abdomin

          

  4. Glucosea complex carbohydrate that is composed of glucose units, forms the main consituent of the cell wall in most plants, and is important in the manufacture of numerous products

          

  5. Pulmonarypertainng to or toward the front plane of the body, equivalent to the ventral surface of of quadrupeds