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Cardiovascular
Lympathatic
Endocrine
Nervous
Digestive
Respiratory
Cardiovascular
Lympathatic
Endocrine
Nervous
Digestive
Respiratory
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Cardiovascular
Normal heart sounds
are caused by which
of the following
events?
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What is?
Closure of the heart
valves
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Cardiovascular
The left ventricular wall
of the heart is thicker
than the right wall in
order to:
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Pump blood with
greater pressure to
the entire body
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Cardiovascular
Blood within the
pulmonary veins
returns to the:
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What is?
Left atrium
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Cardiovascular
The term for pain associated
with deficient blood
delivery to the heart that
may be caused by the
transient spasm of
coronary arteries is:
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What is?
Pericarditis
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Cardiovascular
When holding a
dissected heart in
your hands, it is easy
to orient the right &
left side by:
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Tracing out where the
vena cava enters the
heart and recognizing
the heart apex
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Lympathatic
Antibodies are
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Large, Y-Shaped
proteins that
recognize & bind to
antigens
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Lympathatic
Vaccines are effective in
preventing disease
because they
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Trigger an immune
response without
causing disease
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Lympathatic
Active Immunity
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Can last a life time, Can
result from an
immunization & Results
when an immune
response to pathogen
produces memory cells
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Lympathatic
AIDS is such a deadly
disease because the
HIV attacks and
destroys
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What is?
B Cells
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Lympathatic
Diseases when a
person’s immune
system attacks the
person’s own normal
tissues is called
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What is?
Autoimmune Disease
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Endocrine
Hormonal Mechanism
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What is?
Triggered by a
hormone
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Endocrine
Humeral Mechanism
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Triggered by an ion in
the blood
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Endocrine
Neural Mechanism
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Triggered by a nerve
fiber
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Endocrine
Steroid Hormone
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Made of lipids
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Endocrine
Nonsteroid Hormone
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Made of protein
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Nervous
The point at which the
terminal button & another
neuron communication is
called;__ Communication
here is made possible by
the release of__.
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What is?
Synapse;
neurotransmitters
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Nervous
__, which covers most
of the axon, is
important because it
__.
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Myelin; facilitates
electrical conduction
of nerve cells
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Nervous
The spaces between
the covered parts of
an axon are called:
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What is?
Vescicles
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Nervous
Which of the following
is an example of a
glial cell?
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What is?
Astrocytes,
Oligodendroglia &
Schwann Cell
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Nervous
The collective name for
dopamine, serotonin
& noradrenaline is:
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What is?
Neurotransmitters
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Digestive
__ make the stomach
contents very acidic &
is produced by the
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HCI
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Digestive
__ cells found in the
lining of the stomach.
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Parietal
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Digestive
__ __-the body’s major
digestive organ.
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Small Intestine
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Digestive
The small intestine is
suspended from the
posterior abdominal
wall by the __.
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Mesentery
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Digestive
Stomach is located on
the __ side of the
abdominal cavity?
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Left
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Respiratory
For gas exchange to be
efficient, which of the
following must be
present?
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Thin respiratory
membranes
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Respiratory
Which of the following
provide the greatest
surface area for gas
exchange with the
blood stream?
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Alveoli
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Respiratory
The largest amount of
carbon dioxide is
transported in the
bloodstream, in the form
of carbonic acid converted
from bicarbonate ions.
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What is?
True
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Respiratory
Oxygen diffuses from the
capillary blood into the
alveoli in the lungs.
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False
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Respiratory
As carbon dioxide
enters systemic
blood, it causes the
blood pH to drop
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True
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Final Jeopardy!!!
Final Jeopardy!!!