bio final pt 2

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  1. Nerve tissue throughout the body is made of nerve impulse transmitting cells called
    neurons
  2. True or False? The type of tissue which binds and supports body parts is muscle tissue
    false
  3. Tissues are combined in the human body to form:
    orangs
  4. Which of these is NOT an example of connective tissue?
    muscle
  5. True or False? One of the skin's functions involves the regulation of body temperature.
    true
  6. True or False? The dermis of the skin is composed of loose connective tissue and adipose tissue.
    false
  7. True or False? The epidermis is made up of layers of flat cells containing the waterproof protein, keratin.
    true
  8. Functions in the movement of the limbs, head and trunk.
    skeletal muscle
  9. Found in stomach and arteries; moves substances through the lumen of these organs
    smooth muscle
  10. Found in heart muscle.
    cardiac muscle
  11. When the ventricles contract, blood is prevented from backing up into the atria by the:
    atrioventricular valves
  12. The "pacemaker" of the electrical conduction system of the heart is the:
    SA node
  13. Deoxygenated blood (low in oxygen) is found in the:
    left pulmonary arteries
  14. The first heart sound (lub) is caused by vibrations occuring when the __________ valves close during ventricular ____________ .
    atrioventricular;systole
  15. The accumulation of soft masses of fatty material beneath the inner lining of arteries is a condition known as ____________ and may lead to a potentially fatal ___________ .
    atherosclerosis;thromboembolism
  16. Oxygenated blood (high in oxygen) leaves the heart through the
    aorta
  17. Blood vessels that are one cell thick to allow exchange of material between the blood and tissue.
    capillaries
  18. Blood vessels which contain valves
    veins
  19. Blood pressure is highest in these vessels.
    arteries
  20. Constriction and dilation of these blood vessels help regulate blood pressure
    arterioles
  21. Highly muscular lower chambers of the heart.
    ventricles
  22. Muscular wall seperating the right and left sides of the heart.
    septum
  23. Dissolves thromboembolisms.
    t-PA
  24. Reduces the ability of platelets to stick together and thus lowers the probability of a heart attack.
    aspirin
  25. Blood vessel removed from a limb is used to form a new blood flow from the aorta to a blocked coronary artery.
    coronary bipass
  26. Many copies of the gene for this factor is injected directly into the heart to encourage the growth of new blood vessels.
    VEGF
  27. Closed artery is forced open by a ballon attached to a plastic tube threaded into the artery.
    angioplasty
  28. Method of treating Congestive Heart Failure.
    heart transplant
  29. Records electrical changes that occur in the myocardium during the heart cycle.
    ECG
  30. A person with Type O blood:
    has neither A or B antigens on their RBCs
  31. Liquid portion of the blood, 98% of which is water.
    plasma
  32. Oxygen carrying pigment of erythrocytes.
    hemoglobin
  33. Liquid portion of the blood without the blood clotting protein fibrinogen.
    serum
  34. Excess tissue fluid absorbed in the capillary beds.
    lymph
  35. Group of granular and agranular cells which fight infection.
    leukocytes
  36. Type of white blood cells which are responsible for specific immunity.
    lymphocytes
  37. Cell fragments which aid in clotting, also known as platlets.
    thrombocytes
  38. Mature into macrophages which phagocytize pathogens.
    monocytes

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