Review Sheet 38 Physioex

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Paige Wicks-Niehaus
A & P II
Review Sheet 38 (1-7, 9-17, 19, 20)
10/02/2011
1. Mucosa – epithelium, lamina propria, muscularis mucosae; secretion, absorption, protection Submucosa – nutrition, protection
Muscularis externa – regulates GI motility
Serosa or Adventitia – visceral peritoneum; reduce friction, anchor/protect organs 2. Alimentary, digestive
3. It can expand and contract; number of layers
4. Replaced by smooth muscle
5. Large intestine breaks stuff down, colon is where it becomes broken into waste 6. 1) L,2) Y, 3) O, 4) C, 5) N, V, 6) W, 7) H, 8) D, T, Y, 9) B, 10) S, 11) H, 12) P, 13) I, 14) V, 15) E, 16) J, 17) X, 18) B, 19) V, 20) K, 21) T, 22) R, 23) U, 24) F, 25) Z, 26) Y, 27) A, 28) G 7. Left side (top to bottom): oral cavity, mouth, sublingual gland, submandibular gland, gall bladder, liver, hepatic portal region, cystic duct, bile duct, hepatic pancreatic sphincter, accessory pancreatic duct, hepatic flexure, jejunum, ascending colon, ileum, illiocecal valve, cecum; Right side (top to bottom): paratoid gland, pharynx, esophagus, cardiac sphincter, pyllitic sphincter, pancreas, transverse colon, descending colon, sigmoid colon, rectum, anal canal, anus 8. N/A

9. Left side (top to bottom): clown, neck, root; Right side (top to bottom): enamel, dentin, pulp cavity, gum, periodontal ligament, bone, cementum, rooteaneal 10. 1) C, 2) B, 3) E, 4) F, 5) J, 6) P, 7) G, 8) J, 9) A

11. 20; 32
12. Upper, lower, 2 incisors, 1 canine, 2 premolars, 3 molars 2,1,0,2/2,1,0,2 x 2 = 32
13. Third molar, far back
14. 1) A, 2) F, 3) E, 4) D, 5) B, 6) C
15. Sublingual salivary gland
16. Stores bile
17. Bile duct, portal venule, poral arteriole
18. Inside sinusoid walls; line sinus and remove bacteria 19. Plasma proteins
20. Acinar cells
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