anonymous
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anonymous
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A patient is given supplemental antidiuretic hormone (ADH). How will the patient's kidneys respond to the ADH? (2 points) • increase water reabsorption by creating less urine • decrease water reabsorption by creating less urine • increase water reabsorption by creating more urine • decrease water reabsorption by creating more urine 2. Alcohol inhibits the release of ADH from the pituitary gland. This would produce which of the following effects? (2 points) • Water is reabsorbed from urine in the collecting ducts. • Water is not reabsorbed from urine in the collecting ducts. • Water is reabsorbed from urine by the glomerulus. • Water is added to urine by the glomerulus. 3. Which type of tissue lines the urinary bladder, and what function does the tissue perform? (2 points) • Smooth muscle; contracts to expel urine from the body • Smooth muscle; prevents toxins from penetrating bladder tissue • Transitional epithelium; contracts to expel urine from the body • Transitional epithelium; prevents toxins from penetrating bladder tissue 4. What would occur if the transitional epithelium of the excretory system could not expand? (2 points) • infrequent urination, because more urine could be stored • infrequent urination, because of decreased urine production • frequent urination, because less urine could be stored • frequent urination, because of increased urine production 5. If you were born with a genetic disorder that caused you to lack memory B cells, which of the following would be true? (2 points) • Vaccination would prevent further disease. • Vaccination would not prevent further disease. • You would not produce antibodies. • You would overproduce histamine. 6. An injury becoming red and sore is a sign of which of the following? (2 points) • humoral immunity, which results from infiltrating B-cells • humoral immunity, which results from antibody release • inflammation, which result from histamine release • inflammation, which results from infiltrating macrophages 7. Which of the following contains a weak or inactivated pathogen designed to create immune memory cells? (2 points) • vaccine • antibiotic • antibody • monocyte 8. Which disorder is properly matched with the lymphatic organ responsible? (2 points) • tonsils; throat infection accompanied by runny nose • Peyer's patches; low red blood cell count in blood • spleen; inability to remove pathogens from lymph • thymus; harmful pathogens in the digestive tract 9. © Image Courtesy of 3DScience.com 2013 The diagram above shows some of the components of the lymphatic system. The lymph node contains a large collection of cells, labeled A, through which the lymph flows. What is the function of this cluster of cells? (2 points) • to remove pathogens from the lymph • to recover protein from the lymph • to pump the lymph through the lymph node • to transport oxygen to other lymph node cells 10. Which of the following describes an accurate scenario that could develop due to a malfunction of the spleen? (2 points) • overproduction of lymph cells • overproduction of red blood cells • failure to remove lymph cells • failure to remove damaged red blood cells 11. A person had her tonsils removed and developed throat cancer. How could these two events be related? (2 points) • The tonsils filter lymph in the throat and would have removed the cancer cells. • The tonsils contain lymphocytes that may have killed the cancer cells. • The tonsils remove abnormal red blood cells, including cancer cells. • The tonsils secrete a hormone that suppresses the reproduction of cancer cells. © Image Courtesy of 3DScience.com 2013 12. Based on the cross-sections above, which of the following correctly matches the structure with its function? (2 points) • A—transports egg cells • B—transports sperm cells • C—transports sperm cells • D—transports egg cells 13. An enlarged prostate could cause which of the following to occur? (2 points) • reduced testosterone release due to a constricted urethra • reduced testosterone release due to a constricted vas deferens • reduced semen ejaculation due to a constricted urethra • reduced semen ejaculation due to a constricted vas deferens 14. A woman's ovaries are surgically removed. What would be two possible consequences of this procedure? (2 points) • She will no longer ovulate and will have to take supplemental estrogen. • She will no longer ovulate and will have to take supplemental Cowper's gland hormone. • Her uterus will degrade, and she will have to take supplemental estrogen. • Her uterus will degrade, and she will have to take supplemental Cowper's gland hormone. 15. Which of the following lists the proper order of stages through which a developing embryo passes? (2 points) • gastrula; zygote; morula; blastocyst • zygote; morula; blastocyst; gastrula • morula; zygote; blastocyst; gastrula • blastocyst; morula; zygote; gastrula 16. Which of the following developmental events is correctly matched with its trimester? (2 points) • first trimester—tissues and organs form; amniotic sac forms; neurulation occurs • second trimester—ovarian follicles form; amniotic sac forms; neurulation occurs • first trimester—bone replaces cartilage; eyebrows form; ovarian follicles form • second trimester—eyebrows form; tissues and organs form; bone replaces cartilage 17. What would occur if a fetus's chorion tissue ruptured? (2 points) • The maternal tissue of the placenta would be damaged, causing bleeding. • The maternal and fetal blood would mix, causing an immune reaction. • The umbilical vein would be blocked, preventing waste export from the fetus. • The umbilical artery would be blocked, preventing oxygen import to the fetus. 18. What is the correct order of blood flow from the heart to the lungs in the fetal circulatory system? (2 points) • ductus venosus, heart, vena cava, ductus arteriosus, arteries • vena cava, ductus venosus, heart, ductus arteriosus, arteries • ductus venosus, vena cava, heart, ductus arteriosus, arteries • vena cava, heart, ductus venosus, ductus arteriosus, arteries
anonymous
  • anonymous
@micahm
micahm
  • micahm
ok one at a time 1. SODIUM BALANCE - Critical Care Medicine - Tripod lyser.tripod.com/na.htm Normal kidneys can decrease sodhim excretion to less than 10 mMol/day. ... Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) and thirst do not regulate sodium directly; rather, they .... Given a normal daily diet of 1000 mOsm of solute, a maximally dilute urine ... with the patient's plasma, because the infused sodium can be excreted in a more ...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
C?
micahm
  • micahm
2. Vasopressin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasopressin Wikipedia Vasopressin has two main effects by which it contributes to increased urine osmolarity .... Atrial natriuretic peptide inhibits AVP secretion, in part by inhibiting Angiotensin ... Vasopressin is produced by magnocellular neurosecretory neurons in the ... These carry the peptide directly to the posterior pituitary gland, where it is ...
anonymous
  • anonymous
was #1 correct?
micahm
  • micahm
if you gathered it from the post and you think it is it then fine if not then no
micahm
  • micahm
4. Transitional epithelium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transitional_epithelium Wikipedia Transitional epithelium is a type of tissue consisting of multiple layers of epithelial cells which can contract and expand. It is so named because of this function in the transition of degree of distension.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i want to be sure I am choosing the correct answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont want to draw the wrong conclusions, if I got the wrong idea from your post, I would love for you to let me know, and show me why I am wrong
micahm
  • micahm
I am not 100% sure if it is
micahm
  • micahm
@e.mccormick
anonymous
  • anonymous
could you let me know what you think it is?
micahm
  • micahm
what you do is llok up your question and google it and that's how you find your answers
anonymous
  • anonymous
I tried that, not many answers for anatomy.
micahm
  • micahm
do you have a tutorial
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you mean by tutorial?
anonymous
  • anonymous
its ok, I will try to find someone else to help me. I appreciate all your help. I have fanned and medal you!
micahm
  • micahm
do you have a lesson that deals with this topic
anonymous
  • anonymous
no ;(
micahm
  • micahm
are you home schooled
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
micahm
  • micahm
ok so the best thing is to look up your answers and find an answer that best answers the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
r u good at geometry
micahm
  • micahm
depends on what it is
anonymous
  • anonymous
i need to create an equation for a parabola given the focal point and directrix
anonymous
  • anonymous
if not its ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aaronq
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aaronq could you check my answers?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what were the answers to this lol

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