46 Answered Questions for the topic Anatomy And Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology

Which of the following is not a cause of conductive hearing loss?

Why is ATP an important molecule in metabolism?

a. Its terminal phosphate group contains a strong covalent bond that does not contain much chemical energy b. Its hydrolysis provides an input of free energy for exergonic reactionsc. It provides... more

How to calculate stroke volume, ejection fraction and heart rate for this question?

Q: Assume that one ventricle of a child’s heart has an EDV of 90mL and ESV of 60mL and has a total cardiac output of 2.55L/min. What is the child’s stroke volume, ejection fraction and heart rate? ... more

Which hormone increases osteoclast activity to release more calcium ions into the bloodstream?

A) calcitonin B) thyroxine C) parathyroid hormone D) estrogen 

types of hormones have different methods of getting their chemical messages into a cell. Explain these methods and why the hormones types must use them.

We are learning about the endocrine system in Anatomy and Physiology 2 right now

Anatomy Questions

The actions of the _____ group of vertebral column muscles are similar to the erector spinae group of the quadrus lumborum

To kick a football, it is necessary to (blank) the thigh and (blank) the leg.

Anatomy question please help

When does a substance stop moving down its concentration gradient?

When does a substance stop moving down its concentration gradient?

Why don't beta blockers interfere with skeletal muscle?

Beta blockers are a group of drugs given after an acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) to reduce the sympathetic stimulation of the heart muscle. They work by blocking β1 adrenergic... more

Why don't beta blockers interfere with skeletal muscles?

1. Beta blockers are a group of drugs given after an acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) to reduce the sympathetic stimulation of the heart muscle. They work by blocking β1 adrenergic... more

Why are troponin and creatine kinase used to diagnose a heart attack?

Why are Troponin and Creatine Kinase often used as cardiac blood markers to diagnose a myocardial infarction (heart attack). Also, could these be used to evaluate if smooth muscle of the GI tract... more

Why are isotonic eccentric contractions passive?

In an isotonic eccentric contraction, the muscle is lengthening because of gravity being pulled on it and more tension from the load, but since for a contraction to happen myosin heads must still... more

Active ion channels

I'm wondering about active versus passive ion channels. I know that gated ion channels are considered active, but why? Since ions still flow with their concentration gradient and not against it.... more

Which of these 2 solutions is more concentrated?

a. 80% water, 20% starch b. 90% water, 10% starch

Which of these 2 solutions is more concentrated?

a. 5 g NaCl, 25 g water b. 5 g NaCl, 50 g water

Which of these 2 solutions is more concentrated?

a. 85% solvent, 15% solute b. 75% solvent, 25% solute

gastric juice has a ph value of 2.0. Therefore the solution is?

Gastric juice has a ph value of 2.0. Therefore the solution is?

Name a disaccharide

Name a disaccharide 

Describe these structures and their function in the small intestines:

Describe these structures and their function in the small intestines:Villi _____Smooth muscle ______Intestinal glands _______

Describe these structures and their function in the pancreas

Describe these structures and their function in the pancreas: Acinar cells that secrete enzymes or bicarbonate _____Islet cells that secrete insulin or glucagon ____Blood vessel ______

Describe these structures and their function in the small intestines:

Describe these structures and their function in the small intestines:Villi _____Smooth muscle ______Intestinal glands _______

Describe these structures and their function in the pancreas

Describe these structures and their function in the pancreas: Acinar cells that secrete enzymes or bicarbonate _____Islet cells that secrete insulin or glucagon ____Blood vessel ______

The release of pancreatic proenzymes is stimulated by

a. secretin b. inhibin c. GIP d. CCK e. insulin
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