ATI Teas Medical Terms (Latest 2023)
Alveoli are tiny sacs surrounded by what? capillaries
Veins are blood vessels that transport blood from the capillar... [Show More] ies to the what? heart
Arteries are blood vessels that transport blood away from the heart and to the what? capillaries
what serves as the location for the exchange of oxygen, carbon dioxide fluid and nutrients within the body?
What are the bronchial tubes are lined with?
What circulatory system includes what body structures?
Heart, Blood, Blood Vessels
Deoxygenated blood enters the heart through which two structures?
1) Superior vena cava 2) Inferior vena cava
when the right atrium contracts, blood flows through the tricuspid valve and goes where?
How many chambers does the heart have & what are the names of the chambers?
The heart has 4 chambers. 1-Right Atrium, 2-left Atrium, 3-Right ventricle, 4-Left ventricle
Inhaled air travels from the trachea into what structure? the right & left bronchial tubes
When the left ventricle contracts, blood flows through the what?
The mitral and aortic valves are on which side?
Name the four valves in the heart
4)Bicuspid (aka mitrial valve)
Oxygenated blood flows from the lungs into the left?
The respiratory process begins when air is inhaled through the nose and into the what?
What does the respiratory system supply to the tissues of the body?
The tricuspid and pulmonary valves are both on what side of the heart? The right side
when the right ventricle contracts blood flows into the Pulmonary artery and the into where? the lungs.
What is Cell Theory?
All cells arise from preexisting cells.
Cells can carry out the processes of life.
Organisms are made of cells that function together.
The end products of photosynthesis are?
Oxygen & Glucose
The process of cytoplasm division during plant cell replication is known as?
What principle is this? "An object immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object."
Hardening of the arteries is known as?
Cholesterol known as LDL means?
Low Density Lipoproteins
What does Lock & Key model mean? A model for enzyme actions
what formula indicates the ideal as law?
Receiving a vaccine against a disease, what type of immunity is this considered?
An alternate form of a gene is called? allele
What is an allele?
An allele is one of two or more forms of a gene or a genetic locus. If an organism has two sets, they are diploid.
The study of the structure of organs and body systems is called?
What is an atom with a negative charge?
anion (- ion)
What is an atom with a positive charge?
cation (+ ion)
what carries blood away from the heart? arteries [Show Less]