5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- left ventricle
- Sensory division
- synaptic cleft
- a body attacks itself
- b division of the PNS that recieves information from the external environment (senses)
- c recieves oxygen rich blood from the left atrium and pumps it to the body (through Aorta)
- d gab between an axon (one nerve) and the dendrite of the next nerve.
- e Part of the CNS that oversees body functions and interprets information
5 Multiple choice questions
- "big eater"; identifies and eats pathogens, calls for help if necessary
- transports nutrients, oxygen and waste to/from the cells
- "Keep the bad guys out!"; skin, mucus membranes, antimicrobial proteins (in sweat) ...
- immune system doesn't work the way it should
- 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
immunity → part of the nerve cell that receives information and passes it to the cell body
diffusion → Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentrations
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) → Nerves that extend out from the CNS; made of sensory and motor neurons
antibodies → marker protein that can trigger an immune response; "name tag"
nodes of ranvier → chemicals that carry impulses across teh synaptic cleft