Lecture Lab 3 Review Sheet With Added Hints Essay

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Lecture/Lab 3 Review Questions

Chapter 20, 21, 22, 23

1. What is blood composed of?
2. Name all of the white blood cells.
3. What cells produce platelets?
4. Does a mature RBC contain a nucleus?
5. What chemicals are secreted by your granular leukocytes & what are their functions?
6. What does a plasma cell secrete?
7. What does a cytotoxic T-cell secrete? What is this chemical’s function?
8. What is the function of a macrophage after phagocytizing a pathogen to stimulate the specific immune response?
9. Name the plasma proteins and the function of each.
10. What is the difference between the fibrous & serous pericardium?
11. What do you find in the pericardial cavity?
12. What is the fossa ovalis?
13. The right coronary artery branches into ….
14. The left coronary artery branches into …..
15. Name all of the autorhythmic portions of the heart and their functions.
16. What valve separates the right atria and right ventricle? How about the left atria & left ventricle?
17. What are chordae tendinae? What are papillary muscles?
18. What effect does the sympathetic nervous system have on heart rate? The parasympathetic?
19. Name the 3 types of true capillaries.
20. What is the difference between a conducting artery and a distributing artery?
21. Name the 3 layers that make up the wall of the artery.
22. What is the function of venous valves?
23. Describe how lymph is formed at the lymphatic capillaries.
24. What is the difference between primary & secondary lymphatic organs?
25. Name the 5 lymph trunks & the lymph ducts that they empty into.
26. What are the functions of the spleen?
27. Where do you find Hassall’s corpuscles?

Chapter 13, 14

28. Name the 6 types of neuroglia cells and list their functions.
29. Define the following terms: A) endoneurium, B) perineurium, C) epineurium, D) ganglia, E) nucleus (as it applies to brain structure), F) axon, G) dendrite, H) myelin
30. What is the structural difference between a mulitpolar, bipolar, & unipolar neuron
31. Name the 4 structures or layers that compose the spinal meninges. How are they arranged?
32. What is the function of the filum terminale?
33. What do you find in gray matter?
34. What do you find in white matter?
35. Name the 2 main sensory tracts in the spinal cord
36. Name the 2 main motor tracts in the spinal cord.
37. What is the function of the meningeal branch of the spinal nerves?

Chapter 15 – 19 True statements Only – Hi guys! For these chapters specifically, these are the 120+ statements that you should commit to memory. I’m usually behind in lecture at this point in time, so this is your focus for these last few chapters. This combined with my high lighted notes in class should prepare you. Here’s the big gimmeeeeeeeee. Make sure you know your cranial nerves at the end of this document along with their nuclei location and ONE function!

1. The prosencephalon forms the diencephalon which forms the thalamus & hypothalamus
2. The prosencephalon forms the telencephalon which forms the cerebrum
3. The mesencephalon form the midbrain
4. The rhombencephalon forms the myelencephalon which forms the medulla oblongata
5. The rhombencephalon forms the metencephalon which forms the pons & cerebellum
6. The cranial dura mater is made up of an outer endosteal & inner meningeal layer
7. The falx cerebri separates the cerebrum
8. The falx cerebelli separates the cerebellum
9. The tentorium cerebelli separates the cerebrum from the cerebellum
10. CSF is produced by the ependymal cells covering the choroids plexus
11. CSF flows from the lateral ventricles to the 3rd vis the interventricular foramen
12. CSF flows from the 3rd to the 4th through the cerebral aqueduct
13. CSF flows from the 4th into the subarachnoid space via the median aperature & 2 lateral aperatures
14. CSF is reabsorbed via the arachnoid villi into the superior sagittal sinus
15. The medulla contains all the ascending & descending tracts
16. The medulla contains the nucleus gracilis & nucleus