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Chapter 5 Haemopoietic System Question Answer Bank

Chapter 5 Haemopoietic System LONG ESSAYS (10Marks) 1. Describe the constituents of blood and their functions. Answer: PLASMA When formed elements are removed from the blood, a straw-colored liquid called blood plasma is left. OTHER SOLUTES (1.5%) ELECTROLYTES Inorganic salts. Positively charges ions(cations) include Na+,K+,Ca+,Mg2+; Negatively charged ions(anions) include Cl-,HPO42-,SO42-,HCO3-. Help maintain osmotic pressure and …

Chapter 16. Sports Physiology

Chapter 16. Sports Physiology Question Answer Bank

SHORT ANSWERS (2M) 1. Enlist the drugs used by athletes. Answer: • Anabolic steroids • Androstenedione • Human Growth Hormone (HGH) • Erythropoietin • Diuretics • Creatine • Stimulants 2. Write the effect of exercises on CVS. Answer: A. Decrease in resting heart rate. Because the rigors of regular exercise require so much work from …

Endoskeleton

Endoskeleton, Human Axial Skeleton & Human Appendicular Skeleton and it’s components

Endoskeleton An endoskeleton consists of hard, mineralized structures located within the soft tissue of organisms. An example of a primitive endoskeletal structure is the spicule of sponges. The bones of vertebrates are composed of tissues, whereas sponges have no true tissues. Endoskeletons provide support for the body, protect internal organs, and allow for movement through …

skeletal system

Chapter – 4 . Osseous System Question Answer Bank

SHORT ESSAYS (5M) 1. Classify joints with examples Answer: 2. Explain the Haversian canal system of bone. Answer: Haversian canals a series of microscopic tubes in the outermost region of bone called cortical bone that allows blood vessels and nerves to travel through them. Each Haversian canal generally contains one or two capillaries and nerve …

Chapter 3. Elementary Tissues of The Human Body Question Answer Bank

Chapter 3. Elementary Tissues of The Human Body SHORT ESSAYS (5M) 1.Classify tissues with examples. Answer: • Epithelial: Is made of cells arranged in a continuous sheet with one or more layers, has apical & basal surfaces.     o A basement membrane is the attachment between the basal surface of the cell & the underlying …

Chapter 2. Structure of cell - its components and their functions.

Chapter 2. Structure of cell – its components and their functions Question Answer Bank

Chapter 2. Structure of cell – its components and their functions. 1.Explain the structure and functions of the cell membrane. Answer: Structure of the Plasma Membrane The basic structural framework of the plasma membrane is the lipid bilayer, two back-to-back layers made up of three types of lipid molecules—phospholipids, cholesterol, and glycolipids. About 75% of …

Scope of anatomy and physiology

Chapter 1. Scope of anatomy and physiology, basic terminologies used in this subject Question Answer Bank

Chapter 1 Scope of anatomy and physiology, basic terminologies used in this subject SHORT ESSAYS (2M) 1.Define Anatomy and Physiology? Answer: Anatomy is (the study of the structure of the body) the branch of science that studies the physical structure of a human body. Physiology is (the study of the functioning of living things) the …

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