42 Answered Questions for the topic Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology

01/29/17

what are the four survival factors that living organisms require to maintain life?

What are the four survival factors that living organisms require to maintain life?
Anatomy & Physiology

11/26/16

What is formed when the spent electrons bond to pyruvate during oxygen debt?

What is formed when the spent electrons bond to purivate during oxygen debt? 
Anatomy & Physiology

10/18/16

This question is pertaining to Anatomy & Phsiology

A bone tumor disrupts the normal structure of osteons, replacing the organized rings with disorganized, irregular masses of bone. How will this affect the ability of a bone to perform its functions.
Anatomy & Physiology

09/15/16

Each hemoglobin molecule contains..

Each hemoglobin molecule contains...   a)four iron atoms   b)four alpha chains   c) a molecule of oxygen and a molecule of carbon dioxide   d)  one alpha and one beta chain.   which... more
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy College Body

05/01/16

list the muscles involved

list the muscles involved in the little finger as you type on a computer keyboard and reach for the left tab key with the wists properly stabilized in an ergonomic position.  Could someone help me... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/23/16

Anatomy & Physiology Question

Radioisotopes of lead, strontium or radium could substitute for calcium in bone if they enter the body.  In a nuclear disaster, a large amount of radioactive material would be released.  Some of... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Biology Anatomy

01/19/16

Introductory Human Anatomy Question

Peripheral nerves consist of different types of sensory and motor components. please list these components and describe the kind of information that they transmit.
Anatomy & Physiology Science Biology Anatomy

01/19/16

Human Anatomy: Please describe the drainage pattern for the lymphatics system and describe its clinical significance.

Please describe the drainage pattern for the lymphatics system and describe its clinical significance.
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy Human Anatomy Multiple Choice

01/19/16

Human Anatomy (multiple choice) (introductory question)

The difference between a tubercle and a trochanter is that a) The tubercle is where two bones come together, a trochanter is an area of muscle attachmentb) A tubercle is where muscle tendons attach... more
Anatomy & Physiology

10/26/15

Anatomy and Physiology: Normocalcemia is directly maintained by:

Normocalcemia is directly maintained by:   A. Osteoclasts B. Osteoblasts C. Osteocytes D. Osteomalacia   I am thinking the answer is osteocytes since they monitor and maintain the bone... more
Anatomy & Physiology

10/26/15

T/F: All long bones in your body are longer than all short bones in your body.

T/F: All long bones in your body are longer than all short bones in your body.
Anatomy & Physiology Nervous System

10/17/15

How can the brain overcome a reflex?

How can the brain overcome a reflex when there is perception of the stimuli is know?    For example,    I want to pick up and move a hot plate, if I just grabbed it without thinking I would... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Biology Anatomy

03/15/15

Am I correct in my thinking about cyclic AMP?

I've been working on this for awhile, but I'm not sure if I'm really getting it. If a patient injects, into the venous system, a polar molecule that, when placed in a test-tube with isolated... more
Anatomy & Physiology Biology Human Anatomy Endocrine System

02/19/15

How is the action of a peptide hormone similar to the action of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine?

How is the action of a peptide hormone similar to the action of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine? I've been reading about these with no luck of figuring this one out. Any help is greatly... more
Anatomy & Physiology Math Pharmacology Word Problem

01/23/15

Need help solving this problem about dosage?

Hello. I've been wrestling with this problem all night and most of today. Couldsomeone walk me through the steps? Any help at all is extremely appreciated. I don't know what to do!! Here is the... more
Anatomy & Physiology

10/20/14

What is stored 97% in our bones. It is an inorganic salt, and give 3 examples of how it is used in the skeletal system?

97% of this mineral is stored in our bones. What inorganic material salt is it and give 3 examples of how it is used in the skeletal system.   a. b. c.  
Anatomy & Physiology

10/13/14

bone matrix contains all the following but ?

bone matrix contains all the following but sodium, calcium, phosphate, collagen fibers

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