A&P II Exam I

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A&P II Exam I
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  1. White blood cells are also called this?
    leukocytes
  2. Delivers oxygen to the tissues
    red blood cell?
  3. Cell involved with clotting
    platelet or thrombocyte?
  4. Small, highly phagocytic granulocyte
    neutrophil
  5. Granulocyte that secretes histamine
    basophil
  6. Blood test that indicates the percentage of blood cells in a blood
    sample
    hematocrit
  7. What is a differental cell count
    Low levels of this mineral result in anemia
  8. Low levels of this mineral result in anemia
    iron
  9. High levels of this are found in jaundice
    bilirubin
  10. Biopsy of this can evaluate developing blood cells
    bone marrow
  11. Iron is need so this protein can carry oxygen
    hemoglobin
  12. Leukopenia results in this
    infection
  13. Thrombocytopenia results in low levels of this cell
    platelets or thrombocytes
  14. Lack of intrinsic factor causes this type of anemia
    pernicious anemia
  15. This hormone stimulates the production of red blood cells
    EPO (erythropoietin)
  16. A clot is called this
    thrombosis
  17. Protein strands that form the clot
    fibrin
  18. Protein that converts fibrinogen to fibrin
    thrombin
  19. Activates thrombin
    Prothrombin activator (PTA)
  20. Drug that interferes with prothrombin
    coumadin
  21. universal donor
    type O-
  22. universal recipient
    Type AB+
  23. The positive and negative refer to this antigen
    Rh
  24. The plasma of this blood type contains both anti-A and anti-B
    antibodies
    type O
  25. Erythroblastosis fetalis occurs when the mother has this Rh factor
    Rh-
  26. Pancreatic Hormone that decreases blood glucose
    insulin
  27. Pancreatic Hormone that raises blood glucose
    glucagon
  28. Posterior pituitary hormone that raises blood pressure and increases
    water absorption in the kidney
    ADH
  29. A decrease in calcium stimulates the release of this hormone
    PTH
  30. Hormone of the adrenal cortex that increases blood glucose levels
    cortisol
  31. The master gland
    pituitary
  32. Produces releasing hormones
    hypothalmus
  33. Along with the gonads, this gland produces steroid hormones
    adrenal gland?
  34. Gland that contains the alpha and beta cell of the islets of Langerhans
    pancreas
  35. Gland that produces calcitonin
    thyroid
  36. Regulated by T3 and T4
    metabolic rate
  37. PTH (parathyroid hormone) increases blood levels of this
    calcium
  38. Oxytocin causes the release of this
    milk
  39. ADH causes the kidneys to reabsorb more of this
    water
  40. ACTH from the pituitary causes the adrenal cortex to release this
    cortisol
  41. A lack of insulin from the beta cells of the pancreas causes this
    diabetes mellitus
  42. Overgrowth of the thyroid caused by a lack of iodine
    goiter
  43. Exopthalmia or bulging eyes is a
    condition  due to an excess of this
    hormone
    Grave’s disease
  44. This condition is caused by low thyroid hormone in infants.
    cretanism
  45. Results from a deficiency of ADH that causes urination of up to 2 to 5
    liters per day
    diabetes insipidus
  46. Lack of this hormone causes dwarfism
    growth hormone
  47. This hormone is secreted when blood glucose is high
    insulin
  48. Hypersecretion of this hormone causes Chushing’s syndrome
    cortisol
  49. Gland that is the target gland for releasing hormones
    pituitary
  50. Jet lag and night shift work alter the secretion of this hormone
    melatonin

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