Chapter 11 Cardiovascular System Short Answer Essay Response

Distinguish between anatomy and physiol…
Distinguish among ionic, covalent and h…
Describe the structure of the cell memb…
Compare and contrast diffusion, osmosis…
Anatomy - structure/form of body parts... Physiology - function o…
Ionic - electrons transferred... Covalent - electrons shared (une…
Cell membrane... Semipermeable... Small or nonpolar molecules can ge…
Diffusion - particles travel from high concentration of solute…
Distinguish between anatomy and physiol…
Anatomy - structure/form of body parts... Physiology - function o…
Distinguish among ionic, covalent and h…
Ionic - electrons transferred... Covalent - electrons shared (une…
What are five functions of the bones?
Name and describe the four classificati…
List and describe 3 structural classifi…
Compare and contrast osteoarthritis, rh…
Support... Protection... Movement... Storage... Blood cell formation
Long bones: shaft with heads. Bones of the limbs. ... Short bone…
1. Fibrous joints: generally immovable. United by collagen fib…
Osteoarthritis: most common chronic arthritis that happens bec…
What are five functions of the bones?
Support... Protection... Movement... Storage... Blood cell formation
Name and describe the four classificati…
Long bones: shaft with heads. Bones of the limbs. ... Short bone…
Anatomy and physiology SHORT ANSWER
Name three functions of the skeletal sy…
What is the anatomical name for the sha…
Why do bone injuries heal much more rap…
Compare and Contrast the role of PTH (h…
Three functions of the skeletal system are protection, support…
Anatomical name= Diaphysis; Epiphysis. Yellow marrow is where…
Lack of blood supply to cartilage
PTH determines when or if the bone is to be broken down or for…
Name three functions of the skeletal sy…
Three functions of the skeletal system are protection, support…
What is the anatomical name for the sha…
Anatomical name= Diaphysis; Epiphysis. Yellow marrow is where…
Anatomy & Physiology chapter 5 Short answer
Explain how the renin-angiotensin-aldos…
Select a hormone that would cause a pro…
Explain how inhibin affects testosteron…
Describe the structure of spermatozoa a…
1. Blood pressure drops below a certain level... 2. Juxtaglomerul…
The hormone glucagon increases blood glucose levels. If the bo…
Inhibin controls sperm production rate and is produced by sust…
Spermatozoa contains a head, midpiece, and tail. The head is w…
Explain how the renin-angiotensin-aldos…
1. Blood pressure drops below a certain level... 2. Juxtaglomerul…
Select a hormone that would cause a pro…
The hormone glucagon increases blood glucose levels. If the bo…
What is the pharyngotympanic tube?
What is the purpose of the pharyngotymp…
Another name for the pharyngotympanic t…
connects the middle ear cavity with the nasopharynx.
1) aerates the middle ear system and clear mucus from the midd…
cone shaped structures and are required for bright light (day…
What is the pharyngotympanic tube?
connects the middle ear cavity with the nasopharynx.
What is the purpose of the pharyngotymp…
1) aerates the middle ear system and clear mucus from the midd…
anatomy and physiology ~ short answer questions
Explain how the renin-angiotensin-aldos…
Select a hormone that would cause a pro…
Explain how inhibin affects testosteron…
Describe the structure of spermatozoa a…
1. Blood pressure drops below a certain level... 2. Juxtaglomerul…
The hormone glucagon increases blood glucose levels. If the bo…
Inhibin controls sperm production rate and is produced by sust…
Spermatozoa contains a head, midpiece, and tail. The head is w…
Explain how the renin-angiotensin-aldos…
1. Blood pressure drops below a certain level... 2. Juxtaglomerul…
Select a hormone that would cause a pro…
The hormone glucagon increases blood glucose levels. If the bo…
Anatomy and Physiology II .. Exam 1 Short Answer
Ability to maintain constant body temperature
Ability to maintain constant water balance
Ability of the body to rid itself of harmful waste
The movement of substances across the membrane using energy fr…
Ability to maintain constant body temperature
Ability to maintain constant water balance
Anatomy and Physiology vocab - short answer
Define the mechanism of negative feedba…
Define the mechanism of positive feedba…
Define the term homeostasis and provide…
Explain the distinguishing characterist…
A negative feedback is when the body senses a change and the b…
A positive feedback is when the body senses a change and the b…
Homeostasis is the body's ability to maintain a relatively sta…
Mucous membrane is an epithelial tissue that lines the body ca…
Define the mechanism of negative feedba…
A negative feedback is when the body senses a change and the b…
Define the mechanism of positive feedba…
A positive feedback is when the body senses a change and the b…
Anatomy and Physiology Short Answer Questions
Flat bone on your back apart of the shoulder gurdle
Front leg bone,supporting bone
Skinnier, longer leg bone , back
Flat bone on your back apart of the shoulder gurdle
Short review of anatomy and physiology
What is the blood volume of an average-…
What determines whether blood is bright…
Name as many different categories of su…
Define FORMED ELEMENTS, and list their…
the amount of oxygen in blood
nutrients, hormones, gases, proteins
LIVING BLOOD CELLS. Erythrocytes are most numerous. WBCs and p…
What is the blood volume of an average-…
What determines whether blood is bright…
the amount of oxygen in blood
Consists of two lungs in the thorax, connected to the trachea…
Cartilaginous tube that connects the pharynx and larynx to the…
A passageway for air into the respiratory tract; split up insi…
Tiny air sacs of the lungs in which gas exchange takes place
Consists of two lungs in the thorax, connected to the trachea…
Cartilaginous tube that connects the pharynx and larynx to the…
Short Overview Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration
Equation when strong acid & strong base…
Important elements in body
A chemical reaction where water is lost from the reactants... -re…
Chemical reaction where Large molecules break down into smalle…
HCl + NaOh --> H+ + Cl- + Na+ + OH- --> H2O + Na Cl
1. Oxygen... 2. Carbon... 3. Hydrogen... 4. Nitrogen... 5. Calcium... 6. Phos…
A chemical reaction where water is lost from the reactants... -re…
Chemical reaction where Large molecules break down into smalle…
Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 2 Short Answer (test 9/15)
List and number the major tissue types
What term describes all the chemical reactions occuring in you…
What term describes an acceptable range for variables to be ma…
Glycolysis is an example of which division of the chemical rea…
1. Epithelial... 2. Connective... 3. Muscular…
List and number the major tissue types
What term describes all the chemical reactions occuring in you…
1. Epithelial... 2. Connective... 3. Muscular…
Anatomy & Physiology Final Short Answer - Stork Fall 2016
membrane around single muscle fiber ( between fibers)
connective tissue surrounding the entire muscle.
connective tissue surronding a fascicle
membrane around single muscle fiber ( between fibers)
connective tissue surrounding the entire muscle.
Anatomy and Physiology : Muscular System - short
What is the purpose of blood?
What is the function of the nervous sys…
Compare and Contrast endocrine and exoc…
List the four types of tissues in the b…
To transport respiratory gasses, nutrients, and waste
To transmit electrical signals within the body
Endocrine and exocrine glands are both involved in secreting s…
1. Epithelial Tissues... 2. Connective Tissues... 3. Nerve Tissues... 4…
What is the purpose of blood?
To transport respiratory gasses, nutrients, and waste
What is the function of the nervous sys…
To transmit electrical signals within the body
Anatomy&Physiology Chapter Test: Short Answer (1)
Long Bone, Short Bone, Flat Bone, and irregular bone
Most bones of the skull, the ribs, and the sternum (breastbone)
What are the four types of bones
Long Bone, Short Bone, Flat Bone, and irregular bone
What are the four types of bones
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 5 short
describe the normal function of the GB…
bile is the principal medium for excret…
the bile salts from the small intestine…
the sign that indicates an extra hepati…
-fasting: concentrate bile in GB... -increase pressure of CBD
-intestinal... -pancreatic
describe the normal function of the GB…
-fasting: concentrate bile in GB... -increase pressure of CBD
bile is the principal medium for excret…
Toward the midline of the body
Toward the midline of the body
Anatomy & Physiology Terms -- Short List (Ch. 1)
the gallbladder serves as a reservoir f…
the common hepatic duct is joined by…
the main pancreatic duct joins the *c…
the end parts of the common bile duct
the gallbladder serves as a reservoir f…
the common hepatic duct is joined by…
Latissimus Dorsi muscle (13)
Pectoralis Major muscle (28,29,30)
Origin: clavicle, scapula... Insertion: humerus ... Action: abductio…
Origin: thoracic and lumbar vertebrae ... Insertion: humerus... Acti…
Origin: sternum, clavicle, costal cartilage of the ribs... Insert…
Origin: supraspinous fossa ... Insertion: humerus... Action: abducti…
Origin: clavicle, scapula... Insertion: humerus ... Action: abductio…
Latissimus Dorsi muscle (13)
Origin: thoracic and lumbar vertebrae ... Insertion: humerus... Acti…
Anatomy and Physiology Lab 8 Muscles (Short)
The output decreases the original stimulus (Most feedback is n…
Feedback is "positive" because change occurs in some direction…
Maintains stable, internal conditions no matter what changes a…
Study of structure and relationships between body parts (What…
The output decreases the original stimulus (Most feedback is n…
Feedback is "positive" because change occurs in some direction…
The largest hallow body cavity in humans and many animals, and…
Division of the anterior (ventral) cavity that houses the abdo…
A standard reference position used for describing location and…
Science that studies the form and composition of the the body'…
The largest hallow body cavity in humans and many animals, and…
Division of the anterior (ventral) cavity that houses the abdo…
anatomy is the study of the structure o…
dense connective tissue has an abundant…
areolar- provides strength, elasticity,…
distinguish the difference between anatomy and physiology
distinguish between dense connective tissue and loose connecti…
name and describe the two types of loose connective tissue
anatomy is the study of the structure o…
distinguish the difference between anatomy and physiology
dense connective tissue has an abundant…
distinguish between dense connective tissue and loose connecti…
Q1. Are circumstances in which the huma…
Q2. What are the functions of the Heart…
Q3. What is the difference between oxyg…
Heart= Known as a (pump), delivering blood to all areas of the…
Due to the saturation of oxygen, oxygenated blood is red. The…
Q1. Are circumstances in which the huma…
Q2. What are the functions of the Heart…
Heart= Known as a (pump), delivering blood to all areas of the…
Anatomy and Physiology II, Chapter Nineteen (19), The Cardiovascular System- The Heart. Part I, TTC. The short answer Version.
What are three types of subatomic parti…
What is the matrix of a tissue and what…
Define metabolism, catabolism, and anab…
Name and describe three shapes of cells…
Proton - positive... Neutron - no charge... Electron - negative
The material in a tissue cells composed of protein fibers and…
Metabolism is used to describe chemical reactions involved in…
Stratified Columnar - Columns... Pseudostratified Cuboidal - Cube…
What are three types of subatomic parti…
Proton - positive... Neutron - no charge... Electron - negative
What is the matrix of a tissue and what…
The material in a tissue cells composed of protein fibers and…
Anatomy and Physiology Exam 1 - Short answers

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