What filters blood and removes cellular waste products?
What is in the inner region of the parenchyma of the kidney?
What is between the renal capsule and the renal Medulla?
Which acid forms ions and salts?
What drains the kidney and carries the filtered blood?
What collects coming in air?
What leads the swallowed food down to the esophagus and stomach?
Where does moving air being breathed in go?
what muscle moves downward and creates suction drawing in air?
Where is the primary site for gas exchange?
Which major gland signals other glands to produce their hormones?
Which organ regulates your blood sugar?
Which cell releases insulin when you have eaten to much sugar?
Which acid contains amino and carboxyl?
Which cell releases glucagon when you've not eaten enough?
How do we measure energy stored in the chemical bonds in food
Name the tooth that rips and tears food.
What cell causes swelling?
What is the name for the specialized nerve cell that transmits information chemically and electrically throughout the body?
The molecule hemoglobin, is used in which type of cell?
what is the common name for the third and final set of molars that most people develop?
In humans, what is the only internal organ capable of regenerating lost tissue?
How many pairs of chromosomes are found in the average human?
what is the name for the protein that acts as a biological catalyst?
What is the largest organ of the body?
What structure is found in plant cells and not in animal cells?
which part of the cell is responsible for packing and transporting substances made in the cell?
Which part of the cell is responsible for breaking down used organelles and essentially "digesting" substances?
Site where absorption of nutrients to the blood occurs.
what is the spongey tissue in your bone called?
What is the name of the "H" factor
which stimulating hormone stimulates the synthesis of skin pigment?
Neutral fats,oils, steroids and fatty acids may be classified as what?
What do epiPens contain?
What's the stage called when your body removes any left over waste?
Body temperature, metabolism, heart rate, and sleep are influenced by what region of your brain?
Name the "N" Factor.
What does the diaphragm do when you exhale?
Which gland produces hormones which primarily influence the meta bolic rate, and protein synthesis?
Digestion of carbohydrates start where?
Oxygen carries a _______ charge.
Iron holds what kind of charge?
The digested bolus is called_______.
Epinephrine is produced by what gland?
what makes melatonin?
what are large molecules called?
what do you call low blood sugar?
what hormone regulates metabolism?

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