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Anatomy & Physiology: final review
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Which of the following endocrine glands is in the neck?
Growth of the ovarian follicle occurs because of?
FSH(follicle stimulating hormone)
The hypothalamus produces?
The gland that serves in both an endocrine and exocrine capacity is?
The major hormone produced by the corpus luteum?
The "lock-and-key" mechanism allows hormones to bind only with target cells that have receptors that "fit" them exactly?
Erythropoiesis is the formation of?
Red blood cells
Which type of white blood cell plays a major role in immunity to infectious diseases?
Thrombocytes are used for?
In the formation of a clot, the insoluble keyword of fine threads in which the cellular elements of blood are trapped are called?
Which of the following is an anticoagulant?
A decrease in red blood cell numbers can result in?
The function of blood is?
Carry blood to cells, remove waste, body temperature regulation
The order of blood flow through the vessels?
Arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, veins
The pulmonary and aortic valves are also called?
Measured with the aid of a sphygmomanometer and stethoscope; listen for korotkoff sounds as the pressure in the cuff is decreased?
Force of the blood pushing against the artery walls while ventricles are contracting?
Systolic blood pressure
Which of the following most accurately describes what is measured by an electrocardiogram?
The fluid found between cells?
___ absorb fats and other nutrients from the small intestine
A fluid pressure gradient is established through?
Skeletal muscle contractions & breathing movements
Cells within the lymph nodes that are capable of phagocytosis?
This organs white pulp consists of developing lymphocytes
Red blood cells and platelets are destroyed in?
The respiratory system does what to air?
Warms, filters, humidifies
The term for the pharynx?
The pharynx is a passageway for the __& __ tracts?
Respiratory & digestive
The term for the trachea?
Bronchioles end in the__?
The primary gas exchange structures are?
Which of the following describes anatomy?
Science of the structure of an organism and the relationship of its parts
Which of the following describes physiology?
Science of the functions of organisms
The study of the body and its parts using the naked eye?
Study of the body parts using a microscope?
Study of cells?
Study of tissues?
Study of human growth & development?
Study of diseased body structures?
Study of the body by systems?
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