Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab ZOOL 507
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CPS Questions Ionic bonds when are they formed electrons are transferred from one cell to another Each of these is an inorganic compound exceptglucose The maintenance of a constant internal environment in an organismHomeostasis The structure of RNA differs from DNA in thatThe backbone RNA contains ribose and DNA contains deoxyribose EnzymesAll of these are true The plasma membrane is composed of 7a lipid bilayer with protein and cholesterol The RNA that brings the amino acid to the ribosome is tRNA Membrane channels are composed of 7 proteins Chromosomes are composed of 7 DNA and Histones ATP 7 all ofthese A buffer will 7 resist pH changes The DNA double helix is held together by Hydrogen Bonds The wrist is Chemical reactions that yield energy such as heatexergonic The process of forming messenger RNA is 7 Transcription t0 the elbowdistal Epithelial tissue is characterized bytightly packed cells A cord of connective tissue that attaches muscle to bonetendon What type of cells release chemical response to injury and play important role in in ammationmast cells Which vitamin begins synthesis in skin 7 vitamin D The muscle tissue that shows no striations 7 smooth muscle Glands that discard an oil secretion are sebaceous glands Secondary ossi cation centers occur in 7 the epiphysis Endothelial ossi cation begins with formation of 7 cartilage In the presence of osteoclasts activity increases Which of the following is a function of skeletal system 7 all of these Which of the following is the form in which calcium is found in inorganic matrix 7 hydroxyapetite The site ofmajor blood vessels in the bone is the 7 central canal The trabeculae of spongy bone are 7 are arraigned on stress lines When arrector pili muscles contract 7 goose bumps are formed Which is not a function of epithelial tissue 7 energy storage Nail production occurs at the nail 7 nail root The form of arthritis caused by autoimmunity is 7 Rheumatoid Arthritis Small sacs of synovial uid are called 7 bursae At rest the active sites on actin are blocked by 7 tropomyosin The sarcoplasmic reticulum stores 7 calcium Receptors for acetycholine are located on 7 motor end plate Increasing strength of traction is achieved by 7 motor unit recruitment When skeletal muscle contracts the zone of overlap gets larger The key to contraction is calcium The amount of oxygen needed to support conversion of lactic acid to glucose is 7 Oxygen debt A resting muscle gets most of its energyATP by 7 Aerobic respiration Calcium binds to 7 Troponin The type of bers that are most resistant to fatigue are 7 slow bers In smooth muscle calcium binds to 7 Calmodulin Neurons with several dendrites and one single axons are 7 multipolar Cells that produce and circulate cerebrospinal uid are called 7 Ependymal cells Myelin is produced by the 7 oligodendrocytes Opening of sodium gates causes a membrane to become depolarized The absolute refractory period is due to 7 open sodium channels Myelin is composed of7 lipid Cholinergic receptors bind to 7 acetylcholine Which type of synapses dominate the nervous system 7 chemical The tough brous covering of the spinal cord is the 7 Dura mater Collection of cell bodies outside the central nervous system are 7 ganglia During anaerobic glycolysis 7 all of these Axons inside the central nervous system are tracts
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