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100 200 300 400 500 Lymphatic System Lymphatic Anatomy Mastergland Endocrine System Immunity Hormonal Influence
The watery, clear fluid inside lymphatic vessels is called? A 100
lymph A 100
What are the specialized white cells that protect the body against antigens like viruses and bacteria? A 200
Lymphocytes A 200
What prevents the lymph fluid from flowing backwards? A 300
semilunar valves A 300
What force moves the lymph fluid through the lymphatic vessels? A 400
muscle contractions A 400
What is the back up of extra fluid in tissue called? A 500
Edema A 500
B 100 What are the two functions of the lymphatic system?
1 – pick up leaky fluid 2 – protection (immunity) B 100
Movement of substances into the lymphatic vessels is caused by what force? B 200
pressure B 200
What type of cells make up the membranes of the lymphatic vessels? B 300
Simple, squamous epithelium B 300
What two molecules are moved through the lymphatic vessels because they are too big for the blood capillaries? B 400
proteins and fat B 400
What vein does all filtered lymph empty into? B 500
Subclavian Vein B 500
What structure in the lymphatic system filters lymph fluid and makes lymphocytes used for protection? C 100
Lymph Nodes C 100
Lymphatic vessels are structurally most similar to? C 200
Veins C 200
What is the body largest lymphatic organ? C 300
Spleen C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Which gland is located behind the sternum, shrinks with age and helps mature lymphocytes into T cells? C 400
Thymus Gland C 400
Lymph drains unevenly in the body. Which duct drains lymph from most of the body? C 500
Thoracic Duct C 500
What term describes how hormones are directly dumped into the bloodstream? D 100
Endocrine D 100
What molecules deliver messages to the body? D 200
Hormones D 200
What type of cells have specific receptors that recognize certain hormones? D 300
Target Cells D 300
What term describes the changes that our bodies go through in adolescence that is primarily influenced by hormones? D 400
puberty D 400
Hormones are made of what type of molecule? Be specific. D 500
lipid based steroids D 500
Which gland is commonly referred to as the mastergland? E 100
Pituitary Gland E 100
Which area of the brain controls the pituitary gland? E 200
Hypothalamus E 200
Which hormone stimulates milk production in mammals? E 300
Prolactin E 300
E 400 Which hormone stimulates uterine contractions during childbirth?
E 400 Oxytocin
Which hormone produced by the pituitary controls stress by stimulating the adrenal cortex? E 500
Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone (ACTH) E 500
Which hormone causes gigantism and dwarfism? F 100
Human Growth Hormone F 100
F 200 Which gland is located in the front of the next and on top of the trachea?
Thyroid gland F 200
Which hormone needs iodine and ultimately stimulates your metabolism? F 300
Thyroid Hormone F 300
Which hormone increases calcium, phosphate, and magnesium absorption in the intestines? F 400
Parathyroid Hormone F 400
Which hormone commonly called adrenaline is responsible for creating fear under stress? F 500
Epinephrine F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Endocrine System Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Which hormone signals the liver to release glucose? Click on screen to continue
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