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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. X rays
  2. adaptation to environment and disease
  3. muscular system
  4. thoracic cavity contains
  5. physiology
  1. a function
  2. b pericardial cavity, pleural cavity, mediastinal cavity
  3. c contracts(look up)
  4. d dorsal kyphosis/barrel chest: trapping air in lungs but there is not FRESH air and their lungs become overly inflated
  5. e high energy of ultraviolet light will be shot at a part of the body; also called a RADIOGRAPH; radio opaque dyes will outline the tissues and reveals the tubes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. this gives a radioactive substrate. In this test, you examine which areas are using the substrate that was give. This is able to show dead cells, because if they are not using the substrate, that is the clue to them being dead cells.
  2. responsible for maintaining gases(oxygen, CO2 and hydrogen ions) and responsible for acid base balance
  3. there are 200 cell types classified into 4 groups and tissue types
  4. internal organs contained in body cavities; this is the heart, lungs, liver. These do NOT have voluntary control
  5. distinguish humans from other animals(like apes)

5 True/False questions

  1. agingwrinking: this is caused by collegen and elastin


  2. lining of cavitiesvisceral and parietal; they stick together because of the serous fluid


  3. too much carbon dioxide in the bodycarbonic acid increases


  4. 4 different types of tissueconnective, muscle, epithelial, nervous


  5. what does homeostasis do?steadies the state of parameters in the internal environment; this balance allows all cells to survive in the internal environment