Anatomy & Physiology
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_____ is the chemical in innate immunity that blocks viral reproduction.
The ______ is the serous membrane that lines the abdominal cavity.
_____ sweep mucus and pathogens out of the larynx and trachea.
The CNS respiratory centers are located in the _____.
Medulla and Pons
______ is the water found within the capillaries.
The pancreatic digestive enzyme that digests starch is ______.
_______ is the air pressure outside the body.
The _______ are branches of the trachea that go to each lung.
_______ is inside capillaries but is made from tissue fluid.
_______ is part of gastric juice that kills most of the bacteria that enters the stomach.
______ is permitted in the alveoli by the simple squamous epithelium.
Humans do not get diseases of insects because of ______.
______ found in larger lymph vessels prevent backflow of lymph.
______ are the parts of the bronchial tree that open into the alveoli.
The pancreatic digestive enzyme that digests fats is ______.
Intrinsic factor in gastric juice prevents the digestion of ______.
______ are the white blood cells produced by lumph nodes and nodules.
lgG is the class of ______ that provide long term immunity following recovery of a disease.
The ______ is the digestive organ that is located in the right upper quadrant of the abdominal cavity.
______ found in tears is part of the innate immunity that inhibits bacterial growth .
Submaxillary lymph nodes are found near the ______.
Presence of _______ within alveoli makes inflation of alveoli possible.
The ______ prevents the backup of food from the small intestine to the stomach.
________ takes place in the mouth, stomach, and small intestine.
Popliteal lymph nodes are found near the _______.
The pancreatic digestive enzyme that digests protein is _______.
A lung will _______ if the atmospheric pressure enters one side of the chest cavity.
The nerves to the diaphragm are the _______.
The lymph node destroy _______ in the lymph that is returning from the extremities.
________ is the process of breaking food into smaller pieces.
The duodenum, jejunum, and ileum are the parts of the ______ listed in the order that food passes through them.
_______ antibodies are able to cross the placenta.
The _______ are the lymph nodules of the pharynx.
The ______ prevents backup of fecal material from the colon to the small intestine.
_______ are the end products of protein digestion.
_______ destroy any pathogens or air pollution that reaches the alveoli.
______ are the cells in the spleen that phagoctize old RBCs.
The digestive function of the liver is the production of ________.
________ are recognized with the help of helper T cells.
Backup of food from the stomach to the esophagus is prevented by the ______ Sphincter.
________ are lymphocytes that are produced in the thymus.
________ is the volume of air in the greatest inhalation followed by the most forceful exhalation.
The _______ provides voluntary control of the defecation reflex.
The digestive function of bile is to _______.
The _______ warms and moistens inhaled air.
The effects of parasympathetic nerve impulses on the alimentary tube is to ________.
The _______ and ________ muscles contract which assists inhalation.
Diaphragm / External Intercoastal
The ______ covers the larynx during swallowing.
The strongest stimulus in blood for breathing is a high level of ________.
The _______ are the cranials nerves to the alimentary tube.
The digestive organ that stores and concentrates bile and contracts to propel bile to the duodenum is the _______ .
_______ is the tissue that keeps the airways of the larynx and trachea open.
_______ prevents friction between the pleural membrane during breathing.
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