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A. producing hormones C. Carrying oxygen B. providing immunity D. Blood clotting Which of the following is NOT a function of blood
Back to Board A. Producing Hormones
A. Right C. Both C. Both B. Left B. Left D. Neither D. Neither Side of the heart that contains oxygenated (red) blood
Back to Board B. Left
A. Systole C. Resistance C. Resistance B. Diastole D. Velocity Period of heart chamber contraction
Back to Board A. Systole
A. Sinoatrial (SA) node C. His node B. Atrioventricular (AV) node D. Purkinje node Pacemaker of the heart
Back to Board A. Sinoatrial (SA) node
A. Peritoneal A. Peritoneal C. Pericardial C. Pericardial B. Pleural B. Pleural D. Cranial D. Cranial Heart cavity
Back to Board C. Pericardial
A. Arteries A. Arteries C. Vena Cavae C. Vena Cavae B. Veins B. Veins D. Venules D. Venules Carry blood away from heart
Back to Board A. Arteries
A. Bicuspid C. Pulmonary B. Tricuspid B. Tricuspid D. Aortic D. Aortic Valve between left atrium and ventricle
Back to Board A. Bicuspid
A. osteogenesis A. osteogenesis C. hematopoiesis C. hematopoiesis B. hemosynthesis B. hemosynthesis D. chondroplasia D. chondroplasia Formation of blood cells
Back to Board C. Hematopoiesis
A. Erythrocyte A. Erythrocyte C. Platelet C. Platelet B. Thrombocyte B. Thrombocyte D. Lymphocyte D. Lymphocyte Type of white blood cell
Back to Board D. Lymphocyte
A. Diffusion A. Diffusion C. Transcytosis C. Transcytosis B. Bulk flow B. Bulk flow D. Osmosis D. Osmosis Movement of molecules along pressure gradient
Back to Board B. Bulk flow
A. Erythrocytes A. Erythrocytes C. Thrombocytes C. Thrombocytes B. Leukocytes B. Leukocytes D. Monocytes D. Monocytes Cells used to determine blood type
Back to Board A. Erythrocytes
A. bicuspid A. bicuspid C. septum C. septum B. tricuspid B. tricuspid D. diaphragm D. diaphragm Separates right and left chambers of heart
Back to Board C. Septum
A. SA node A. SA node C. Mitral valve C. Mitral valve B. Bundles of His B. Bundles of His D. Both a and b D. Both a and b Part of excitation (conduction) system
Back to Board D. Both a and b
A. Electroencephalogram A. Electroencephalogram (EEG) C. Electrocardiogram C. Electrocardiogram (ECG) B. Myogram B. Myogram D. MRI D. MRI Records cardiac cycle
Back to Board C. ECG
A. Eosinophil A. Eosinophil C. Basophil C. Basophil B. Neutrophil B. Neutrophil D. Lymphocyte D. Lymphocyte Blood count that runs high with parasitic infection
Back to Board A. Eosinophil
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