Week 5 Worksheet Chapters 9 13, 17 and 20
5 The division of the autonomic nervous system that controls the series of physiological responses that are collectively called the "fight-or-flight" response. 7 A sequence of rapidly occurring events that decrease and reverse the membrane potential and then eventually restore it to the resting state. 8 Chemical substances found in food that body cells use for growth, maintenance, and repair. 9 Since most body cells have receptors for thyroid hormones, the hormones increase this; which is the rate of oxygen consumption at rest after an overnight fast (three words). 11 A nonspecific, defensive response of the body to tissue damage whose signs and symptoms include redness, pain, heat, and swelling. 13 A molecule that is released from synaptic vesicles and serves as the means of communication from one neuron to the next or from a neuron to an effector cell. 14 Transport vehicles that function to remove excess cholesterol from body cells and transport it to the liver for elimination (three words). 17 Specialized cells that ingest microbes or other particles such as cellular debris. 18 The division of the autonomic nervous system that controls the series of physiological responses that are collectively called the "rest-and-digest" response. 21 The hormone secreted by the pineal gland that contributes to setting the body's biological clock. 22 The portion of the brain that provides us with the ability to read, write, and speak; to make calculations and compose music; to remember the past and plan for the future; and to create. 23 The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Celsius. 24 The multi-layered covering composed of lipid and protein that surrounds most of the axons of the human body (two words). 25 In contrast to the nervous system, which controls body activities through the release of neurotransmitters at synapses, this system releases hormones into interstitial fluid and then into the bloodstream.
1 The maintenance of body position in response to sudden movements such as rotation, acceleration and deceleration (two words). 2 The portion of the brain that compares intended movements programmed by the cerebral cortex with what is actually happening through constantly receiving sensory impulses from muscles, tendons, joints, equilibrium receptors, and visual receptors. 3 All the chemical reactions of the body. 4 The small region in the brain that serves as the link between the nervous and endocrine systems. 6 The difference in the amount of electrical charge on the inside as compared to the outside of the plasma membrane (two words). 10 Secretions of these are regulated by signals from the nervous system and chemical changes in the blood. 12 Free nerve endings within the dermis that are activated by hot and cold temperatures. 15 One of the two main hormones of the adrenal medullae which greatly augment the "fight-or-flight" response. 16 All nervous tissue outside of the central nervous system is part of this nervous system. 19 Organic nutrients required in small amounts to maintain growth and normal metabolism. 20 The hormone responsible for helping glucose move into cells, especially muscle fibers, which lowers blood glucose levels when they are too high.
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