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282 Answered Questions for the topic physiology

Physiology

12/28/18

Physiology lab blood question

At rest, the typical left ventricle of the heart pumps 5.0 liters of blood per minute. Blood flow to the kidneys is approximately 1200ml per minute at rest. Assuming a constant proportionality,... more
Physiology Science Biology

12/12/18

What would happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate?

What would happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate if you increase the diameter of the afferent arteriole?If, experimentally, the solute concentration of the medullary... more
Physiology Science Chemistry

12/11/18

What would happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate?

What would happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate if you increase the diameter of the afferent arteriole?If, experimentally, the solute concentration of the medullary... more
Physiology Anatomy

12/04/18

A student is very stressed about his performance on an exam. Which of the following substances might be detected in his urine?

A.glucoseB.nitritesC.ketonesD.blood
Physiology Psychology

12/03/18

A homeostatic process is one that

Physiology Biology Chemistry

09/09/18

Is a normal cell always isotonic to the solution if number of mm not given.

They say if the cell in a question does not give you a number and the solutionn300 mm NACL you auotmatically know the inside of a cell is 300 and than you calculate Osmolairty so 300 times 2... more
Physiology Anatomy

09/04/18

anatomy question

Which of the following are general features of all connective tissues? (There may be more than one correct response.) - Epithelial cells - Protein fibers in an extracelluar matrix -... more
Physiology Biology Chemistry

08/31/18

Which of the solution below is isoosmotic

100 mm of nacl  300 mm of nacl  250 mm of dextrose  150 mm nacl  500 mm calcl2    my answer is 3 rd one but I want to make sure I am right. Is it because calculation osmolarity dextrose does... more
Physiology Biology Chemistry

08/31/18

If a cell is placed in a 300 millimolar solution of NACL which of the following would occur

crenation  lysis  no change to cell membrane or shape    do we calculate OSMOlarity to decide which has higher solute? Are we looking at it from repsect to the cell being also 300 mm? Because... more

07/06/18

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
Physiology Biology Biology Tutor

05/20/18

Although the leg is a big part of the body ,only a small area in the sensory region is sensitive to stimuli from it .Explain why this is so ?

We have to relate it to terminology with the nervous system and anatomy of the brain 
Physiology Biology Biochemistry

03/24/18

What clinical problems would be expected to arise if fetal hemoglobin persisted into adulthood?

 Fetal hemoglobin has higher oxygen affinity so my only thought might be that it would not release oxygen as easily in the tissues.
Physiology Nursing Health

03/18/18

question about hypokalemia/hyperkalemia

this is really confusing me! so say someones TOTAL body potassium were to stay the same but they developed BLOOD hyperkalemia due to something like low insulin levels or acidosis. ultimately the... more

11/29/17

Muscles used when doing a push up and when driving a car.

Describe the muscles and muscle actions involved with the process doing “Push-Ups”. (Include the actions of the arms and legs). Now describe the muscles and muscle actions involved with the process... more
Physiology

11/21/17

true or false

1) The activity of the central chemoreceptors would increase upon breathing a gas mixture containing 18% O2 and 82% N2. 3)   2) Most of the filtrate formed in the renal corpuscle is reabsorbed... more
Physiology Anatomy Health

10/24/17

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
Physiology Criminal Justice

10/08/17

Which group has the lowest level of income?

Which group has the lowest level of income?

05/21/17

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 _______

05/18/17

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 _______

05/18/17

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 ______
Physiology Biology Anatomy

05/03/17

How does the diameter of a blood vessel affect blood low rate and blood flow volume?

How does the diameter of a blood vessel affect blood low rate and blood flow volume? How does increasing the viscosity of blood affect blood flow rate and volume?
Physiology Anatomy

02/15/17

This question is pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology

1) Predict what happens if the elastic fibers in a blood vessel's wall were defective. Would such a condition be more problematic for arteries or for veins? Explain. 
Physiology Science Anatomy

01/30/17

What environmental conditions induce hemoglobin to release oxygen?

What environmental conditions induce hemoglobin to release oxygen?Select one:a. An environment low in oxygenb. An environment high in oxygenc. An environment under high pressured. An environment... more
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