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KINS 1224 Study Guide - Final Guide: Obturator Fascia, Parametrium, Mons Pubis

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19 Apr 2016
25
Scrotum-outer skin layer that holds the testes together. Epididymis- ontop of the testes houses the sperm to become matured. (ductus) cord that moves s
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Antigen, Humoral Immunity, Neutrophil

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21 Mar 2016
8
Section 21. 4 cellular immunity study questions: list the types of lymphocytes involved in cellular immunity and describe the roles they play. Cytotoxi
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tachycardia, Cardiac Muscle, Stethoscope

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10 Mar 2016
15
Antibody"s mean they don"t accept that blood type. Lead 1= right arm and left arm connected. Lub: close of av vales and begin of systole pressure build
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TEMPLEKINS 1224Kyle HarrisSpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antimicrobial Peptides, Adaptive Immune System, Innate Immune System

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19 Mar 2019
0
Immune system - 3 lines of defense against environment agents: First line of defense - epithelial barriers that are impenetrable to daily pathogens. Se
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Final: Nutrition_notes (3)

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17 Apr 2016
25
Kilocalorie (kcal) or calorie (c) are used interchangeably. Methods- calorimetry= science of measuring heat of chemical reactions or physical changes.
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Complement System, Macrophage, Epitope

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1 May 2016
48
The primary stimulus for respiration at rest is declining blood oxygen levels. True the mucociliary escalator moves debris-laden mucous from larynx and
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gastric Mucosa, Gastric Glands, Stomach

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31 Mar 2016
23
Describe the gross and microscopic anatomy of the stomach. Cardiac region- area from the cardiac orifice the top tube of stomach connecting to esophagu
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nasal Septum, Histology, Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium

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21 Mar 2016
13
22. 1 anatomy of the respiratory system review questions. It provides for oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange between the blood and air. Eliminates co2
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Posterior Pituitary, Supraoptic Nucleus, Colloid

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10 Mar 2016
11
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Immunocompetence, Botulism, Interleukin

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21 Mar 2016
12
Immunity to one pathogen usually does not confer immunity to others: contrast cellular and humoral immunity, active and passive immunity, and natural a
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eosinophil, Memory B Cell, Immunoglobulin Light Chain

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21 Mar 2016
7
Explain how b cells recognize and respond to an antigen: An immunocompetent b cell has thousands of surface receptors for one antigen. Antigens bind to
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TEMPLEKINS 1224rooneySpring

KINS 1224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prolactin, Melatonin, Insulin

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10 Mar 2016
22
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