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5 Matching questions

  1. Brain
  2. left ventricle
  3. Sensory division
  4. synaptic cleft
  5. autoimmunity
  1. a body attacks itself
  2. b division of the PNS that recieves information from the external environment (senses)
  3. c recieves oxygen rich blood from the left atrium and pumps it to the body (through Aorta)
  4. d gab between an axon (one nerve) and the dendrite of the next nerve.
  5. e Part of the CNS that oversees body functions and interprets information

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. "big eater"; identifies and eats pathogens, calls for help if necessary
  2. transports nutrients, oxygen and waste to/from the cells
  3. "Keep the bad guys out!"; skin, mucus membranes, antimicrobial proteins (in sweat) ...
  4. immune system doesn't work the way it should
  5. RBCs have less hemoglobin so can carry less oxygen. This results in fatigue. treatment with iron rich foods (dark green veges, red meat...)

5 True/False questions

  1. immunitypart of the nerve cell that receives information and passes it to the cell body

          

  2. diffusionOxygen and Carbon Dioxide move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentrations

          

  3. Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)Nerves that extend out from the CNS; made of sensory and motor neurons

          

  4. antibodiesmarker protein that can trigger an immune response; "name tag"

          

  5. nodes of ranvierchemicals that carry impulses across teh synaptic cleft