5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The heat loss thru skin is called?
Bruni's Note:Rubbing alcohol on skin cools a person down when fever is present,(This practice is dangerous per internet research, and should not be used)
- When at rest.
- Intestinal absorption of water is increased when?
- a CHO(carbohydrate)is present
- b Amino acids to proteins, glucose to starch
- c Abdominal organs produce most of the body heat when?
- d Evaporation
- e Contains:
*dead mucosal cells
*non-absorbed remains of digestion
5 Multiple choice questions
- Hard, dry, infrequent stools
Reduced by high fiber, fluid intake, exercise
- (Anabolism/build up)Glucose to glycogen
- *Large Intestine (5ft long) (cecum, Colon, Rectum)
*Site of Water, Salt, Vit absorpt
*Only no nutrition left, only waste (cellulose pectins, pentosans,oth)
- Sphincters; prevent back-flow (influenced by nervous system).
- What is Inorganic substances necessary for body functions. i.e. muscle contraction Essential to health?
5 True/False questions
the direct transfer of heat from one substance to another substance that it is touching. i.e. ice pack, touching hot tea cup → Conduction
Gastric Emptying Slowed by? → *High CHO, osmolality, protein/amino acids & low pH
Working muscles produce? → Large amounts of heat.
Glycogenolysis → Broken down(Catabolism), known as glycolysis, occurs in the Cytoplasm in the Anaerobic. Produces +2 ATP molecules.
Absorptive Mechanisms → *Passive diffusion