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1.PTH is a peptide hormone that raises blood calcium levels, what gland is responsible for this action?
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Parathyroid glandPTH=Parathyroid hormone is released by the parathyroid to raise blood calcium levels. Calcitonin is produced by thethyroid gland to reduce blood calcium levels.2.What system regulates the uptake and release of calcium?
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EndocrineThe endocrine system provides hormones to regulate the uptake and release of calcium from the bones, hormones alsopromote long-bone growth and maturation. The skeletal system in turn provides some bony protection to the endocrinesystem.3.Epinephrine is released by the endocrine system to help which body system?
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RespiratoryEpinephrine is released to influence ventilation by dilating the bronchioles in the respiratory structures.4.The _________ system regulates uptake and release of calcium from bone and promotes long-bone growth andmaturation for the skeletal system.
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EndocrineThe endocrine system provides hormones to regulate the uptake and release of calcium from the bones, hormones alsopromote long-bone growth and maturation. The skeletal system in turn provides some bony protection to the endocrinesystem.5.The cardiovascular system consists of?
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Heart and vesselsThe cardiovascular system or circulatory system consists of the heart and the vessels. It is the system of organs that isin charge of distributing blood to the whole body.6.Which system provides nutrients to the blood for RBC and hemoglobin formation?
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Digestive
 
The digestive system provides nutrients to the cardiovascular system such as iron and vitamin B that are essential forRBC and hemoglobin formation.7.Name two hormones that are produced by the pancreas:
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Insulin and glucagonInsulin and glucagon are produced by the pancreas to regulate blood sugar. Insulin helps feed the cells by breakingdown the sugars and glucagon maintains the sugars at proper levels.8.What is the endocrine system responsible for?
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Producing and transporting hormonesThe endocrine system produces hormones and passes them into the blood stream.9.Of the following compounds found in the body, which is organic?
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LipidsOrganic Compounds: (carbon-containing) carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Inorganic compounds:(lack carbon) water, salt, some acids, and bases.10.The pulmonary veins carry blood from the______________ to the _________________?
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Lungs / heartPulmonary veins carry oxygen rich blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart for redistribution to the body.11.The ________ system activates vitamin D for the integumentary system?
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UrinaryThe urinary system activates vitamin D made by the keratinocytes in the integumentary and disposes of nitrogenouswastes. The endocrine system also activates vitamin D in order to absorb calcium in relation to the digestive system.12.Which of the systems of the body is in charge of sexual function control and behaviors?
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ReproductiveThe Reproductive System Controls sexual functions and behaviors as well as performing the processes of human
 
reproduction.13.Of the following choices, which is the fluid that resides in the spaces between the body's cells?
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Interstitial fluidInterstitial fluid is in between the body's cells. Intracellular is in the cells and intravascular is in the veins and arteries.14.What is the homeostatic relationship between the integumentary and lymphatic systems?
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The integumentary system protects the lymphatic organs and prevents pathogen invasionThe homeostatic relationship that the integumentary system has on the lymphatic system is to protect the lymphaticorgans and prevent pathogens from invading.15.What abnormal substance is found in the urine when the condition is called Hemoglobinuria?
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HemoglobinRBCs= hematuria, WBCs and bacteria or pus= pyuria. Proteins= proteinuria or albuminurial, Hemoglobin=hemoglobinuria.16.To remove hormones from the blood you need what organ?
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LiverLiver (detoxify), removes hormones ending their activity. It is also the largest gland in the body and plays a major rollin metabolism.17._______ is also known as the master gland?
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The pituitary glandThe pituitary gland is known as the master gland because it manufactures and regulates the hormones that regulateall of the other glands.18.Depending on intensity of physical exercise, what system may enhance or depress immunity?
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MuscularThe muscular system can enhance or depress the immunity depending on the intensity of physical exercise. The

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