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Cellular Respiration & Photosynthesis Quiz

What type of cells contain chloroplasts? Plant cells and some algae What is the energy plants use to make their own food? Light The food making process is called…? Photosynthesis What are the raw materials (reactants) for photosynthesis? CO2 + H2O (+energy) What simple sugar is produced? Glucose What gas is USED? What gas is […]

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Study Guide 10 Respiratory System

three categories for respiration lungs gas exchange cellular respiration lungs ventilation gas exchange (lungs,blood,tissue) pick up and drop off system between the lungs and the tissues with blood as the transport media and blood capillaries as the site of exchange cellular respiration takes place in the _________(what organelle)? mitochondria It (cellular respiration) burns glucose in […]

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Case Studies: Respiratory System

1. Jennifer had been experiencing the symptoms of a sore throat for a couple of days that had become progressively worse. This morning when she woke up, it was extremely difficult and painful to swallow. When she went to the doctor, he could see how red & swollen her tonsils were. He could also see […]

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Respiratory essay

effect of surfactant Surfactant reduces surface tension, so that the alveoli in the lungs are able to expand. It is essentially a biological detergent. Surfactant reduces surface tension. Without surfactant, the wet surfaces of the alveoli in your lungs would stick together and your lungs would not be able to expand – so, you would […]

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AP Bio Unit 3 Packet – Respiration and Photosynthesis Essay Questions

Describe the Biochemical Pathways of the Light and Dark Reactions in C3 Photosynthesis. Begin with a molecule of H2O and CO2 and end with a molecule of glucose. The Light Reactions (aka light dependent reactions) occur in the THYLAKOID of a chloroplast and uses H2O and light to create NADPH, ATP, and oxygen (which is […]

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A&P 2 -Respiratory and Lymphatic Systems – Behmer

Arytenoid Cartilage Corniculate Cartilage Cricoid Cartilage Cricothyroid Ligament Cricotracheal Ligament Epiglottis Leaf and Stem Epiglottis Hyoid Bone Parathyroid Glands Thyroid Gland Thyroid Cartilage Thyrohyoid Membrane Tracheal Cartilage Ventricular Fold Vocal Cords What structural changes occur from primary bronchi to terminal bronchi? A) The mucous membrane changes from pseudo stratified ciliated columnar epithelium to non-ciliated simple […]

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Photosynthesis and Cellular respiration Paper thing

In the Light Reaction, What goes in? NADP+, H₂O, ADP+P In the Light Reaction, What comes out? NADPH, O₂, ATP In the Light Reaction, Where does it happen? Thylakoid membrane in the chloroplasts What is the Light Reaction? ETC with light driving and NADP+ pulling the electrons off What is Photosynthesis? The anabolic reduction of […]

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Litmus paper, PH scale, and cellular respiration

blue paper with an acid red blue paper with a base no color blue paper with a nutral violet red paper with an acid same red paper with a base violet red paper with a nutral blue 0-7 on PH scale acids 7-14 on PH scale bases cellular respiration the opposite of photosynthesis(How cells get […]

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NSG-1523 PrepU Respiratory 3

question A patient is diagnosed as being in the early stage of laryngeal cancer of the glottis with only 1 vocal cord involved. For what type of surgical intervention will the nurse plan to provide education? a) Vocal cord stripping b) Cordectomy c) Total laryngectomy d) Partial laryngectomy answer D question A client undergoes a […]

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A&P II Chapter 22 Respiratory System

question Which of the following is not a function of the respiratory system? answer Assists in the synthesis of vasodilators question The upper respiratory tract extends from the nose through the _________. answer larynx question Each alveolus is surrounded by a web of blood capillaries supplied by the _________. answer pulmonary artery question Which of […]

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A&P2 Respiratory

question The function of the respiratory system is to ________. answer supply the body with oxygen and eliminate carbon dioxide question The trachea divides into ________ bronchi that lead to the lungs. answer 2 question Because the conducting zone structures have no gas exchange function, they are called ________. answer anatomical dead space question What […]

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Chapter 13 respiratory system

question The Nose answer -Interior of the nose consists of nasal cavity divided by the fugging nasal septum. – The fugging olfactory receptors are located here – lateral walls are called the fugging CONCHAE and it increases the surface area and air turbulence in the cavity. – the nasal cavity is surrounded by Paranasal sinuses. […]

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Pharm Ch 37 Respiratory drugs

question COPD answer Asthma, Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis; diseases of lower respiratory tract; all include obstruction of airways question Asthma – Bronchial Asthma answer Recurrent & reversible shortness of breath; occurs when airways narrow from bronchospasms, inflammation or edema of bronchial mucosa, production of thick mucus; the aveolar ducts reman open but airflow is obstructed; […]

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Respiratory System Exam

question Three mucosa-covered projections into the nasal cavity that greatly increase surface area of mucosa exposed to air are called _____. answer conchae question The anterior portion of the palate that is supported by bone is called the ________. answer Hard plate question Three regions of the pharynx are the _______. answer Nasopharynx, Oropharynx, Laryngopharynx […]

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3.1 Respiratory System, Lecture Questions

question Which of the following is NOT a respiratory process performed by the respiratory system? pulmonary ventilation; external respiration; transport of respiratory gases respiration answer TRANSPORT OF RESPIRATORY GASES; question Which of the following maintains the patency (openness) of the trachea? answer cartilage rings question The respiratory membrane is a combination of ________. answer alveolar […]

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Pharm Adap Quiz: Ch. 37 Respiratory Drugs

question Which condition is characterized by enlargement of air spaces caused by the destruction of the alveolar walls? answer Emphysema question The nurse observes that a patient has moon face, acne, an increase in fat pads, and swelling. After checking the patient history, the nurse finds that the patient is taking methylprednisolone for bronchospastic disorder. […]

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Respiratory Adaptive Quiz Pharm (Exam 2)

question To achieve therapeutic effectiveness, a nurse teaches a patient with chronic asthma to use an inhaled glucocorticoid medication according to which schedule? answer On a consistent, daily basis question A patient with a history of asthma is short of breath and says, “I feel like I’m having an asthma attack.” What is the nurse’s […]

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Drug Cards for Respiratory Care

question Serevent answer Salmeterol; Long-acting Beta 2-agonists On set 20-30 Min, Duration 12 hours, Peak 2 hours. question Perforamist answer Formoterol; Long-acting Beta 2-agonists On set 20-30 Min, Duration 12 hours, Peak 2 hours. question Brovana answer Arformoterol; Long-acting Beta 2-agonists On set 20-30 Min, Duration 12 hours, Peak 2 hours. question What are possible […]

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Chapter 37 Respiratory adaptive quizzing

question The health care provider prescribes albuterol and beclomethasone inhalers for a patient. What is the nurse’s best action? answer Administer the albuterol, wait 5 minutes, and then administer beclomethasone. question The nurse is assessing a patient with asthma. Which symptoms should the nurse expect to find in the patient? answer Wheezing Chest Tightness Shortness […]

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Med Surg Respiratory 1 (Chapter 23)

question You are an occupational health nurse in a large ceramic manufacturing company. How would you intervene to prevent occupational lung disease in the employees of the company? answer Fit all employees with protective masks. question A recent immigrant is diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). Which intervention is the most important for the nurse to […]

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Respiratory Drug Cards

question Epinephrine answer Trade Names: Adrenalin, High Dose Epi, Epinepherine Mist Receptor: A and B Dosage: SVN 1% solution .25-.5 ml qid MDI: .22 mg/puff as ordered or as needed Onset: 3-5 min Peak:5-20 min Duration 1-3 hrs Indications: Bronchial asthma, exacerbation of COPD, allergic reactions Contraindications:Patients with underlying cardiovascular disease, hypertension, pregnancy, patients with […]

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