PNS Respiration Circulatory System Senses Digestion

100

What are Nodes of Ranvier?
Narrow gaps between Schwann cells.

100

What is the right lung.
The larger of the two lungs.

100

What are veins?
Blood vessels that carry blood from venules to the heart.

100

What is tinnitus?
Ringing in the ears.

100

What is the papillae?
Where taste buds are located on the tongue.

200

What is the neurolemma?
The membrane that surrounds the myelin sheath.

200

What is the nasal cavity?
The cavity responsible for warming, moistening, and filtering air.

200

What is a heart bypass?
A procedure in which a vein from the leg is used to replace a coronary artery.

200

What is the retina?
The area of the eye that contains receptors sensitive to light.

200

What is gastrin?
The hormone that increases gastric juice production.

300

What is a synapse?
The gap that an impulse crosses to get from one neuron to another.

300

What is the epiglottis?
A flap of tissue that aids in swallowing and prevents food from entering the trachea.

300

What are Atrioventricular valves?
These ensure one way blood flow between the atria and ventricles.

300

What is the anvil?
Another name for the incus.

300

What is hepatitis?
Inflammation of the liver.

400

What are four types of neuroglial cells?
Microglial cells, oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, and ependymal cells.

400

What are males?
Vocal cords are longer in this gender.

400

What is the pulmonary vein?
The first vessel to receive oxygenated blood.

400

What are the suspensory ligaments?
Connects the ciliary body to the lens.

400

What is jaundice?
A build up of mucus in the pancreas.

500

What is the somatic nervous system?
The branch of the nervous system that controls skeletal muscles and voluntary movements

500

What are the nostrils, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli?
The correct sequence of air entering the body during respiration. (7 structures)

500

What is arteriosclerosis?
Hardening of the arteries.

500

What is the sclera?
The part of your eye that is inflammed when you have Pink Eye.

500

What are the duodenum, the jejunum, and the ileum?
The correct sequence of the small intestine starting at the stomach and going to the large intestine.

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