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Biology
Course
BIOL 1911
Professor
Eileen Wood
Semester
Summer

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Quarter 4 Exam Review List, 2007 Endocrine System ACTH Adrenal cortex Adrenal medulla Bile Calcitonin Calcium level control mechanism Corticosteroids Diabetes: types, causes Epinephrine (adrenaline)/nor-epinephrine Feedback loops (glucose, calcium), purpose Gland locations and functions, hormone or enzyme? Glucagon Glucose control mechanism GnRH Homeostasis Hormone, define Hypothalamus Insulin, purpose and function Melanin Melatonin Pancreas Parathyroid Pepsin Pineal gland Pituitary gland (anterior vs posterior) (hormone sources, types of tissue) Prolactin PTH Salivary gland Secretin Thymus Thyroid Thyroxin TSH Circulatory System Aorta Arterial wall pressure Arteries Atria (right and left) Capillaries Circulation path of a red blood cell through the body Circulation path of a red blood cell through the heart Clotting process Comparison of vessel types Erythrocytes, purpose Fibrin Fibrinogen Heart structure Hemoglobin Leucocytes, purpose Lymph system vessels, nodes, and organs (purpose and location) Open vrs. Closed Systems Plasma Platelets Prothrombin Pulmonary arteries and veins Spleen Superior vena cava Systolic and diastolic pressure Thrombin Valves (location and function in vessels and heart) Veins Vena cava (superior and inferior) Ventricles( right and left) Digestive System Amylase Appendix Bile duct Changes in pH in digestive system Chyme Emulsification Emulsification Epiglottis Esophagus Gastrin HCl Lipase Location of digestion and absorption for fats, proteins, carbohydrates Location of each digestive organ Monosaccharide Mouth Organ locations and functions Pancreatic juice Path of digestion Peristalsis Purpose of digestive chemicals Pyloric sphincter Salivary glands Secretin Small vs large intestine function Source of each digestive chemical Stomach Trypsin Villi Which chemicals are hormones vs enzymes Nervous System Autonomic nervous system Axon Cell body Central nervous system (CNS) Cerebellum Cerebrum Dendrite Eye structure and function Ganglia Hypothalmus Location and function of parts of C
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