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16 Cards in this Set

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Lacteals Absorb
Fatty Acids
Pancreatic Lipase is involved in the digestion of
Smooth Muscle developes from which germ layer
What Germ Layer developes into the epithelial lining of the digestive and respiratory tracts and parts of the liver, pancreas, thyroid, and bladder
Which germ layer developes into the brain, nervous system, the lens of the eye, and inner ear, hair, nails, sweat glands, and the lining of the nose, mouth nad the epidermis of the skin
Lysogenic cycle does what
Does not cause cell death
Lytic stage in a bacteriophage
Kills host cell
True of False
ACh diffuses through the pre-synaptic membrane after its systhesis
Renin is Produced as a decrease in
blood pressure
According to starlings hypothesis of capillary physiology what happens to the filtrate
the Ultrafiltrate returns to the bloodstream via the Lymphatic system
in the kidney, blood filtered through the glomerulus does not normally contain what
Blood cells
True of False:
When the pressure of air in the lungs is less then the atmospheric pressure, air will flow out of the lungs
True of false:
Potassium ion is not reabsorbed in the glomerulur filtrate
name the order of air expulsion. bronchi, alveoli, pharynx, larynx, trachea
True or false:
Ribosomes are made withing the Nucleus of a cell
How many molecules of ATP are produced during cellular respiration during the oxidative phosphorylation
32 during this cycle
36 Overal ATP