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BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 01 Quiz

Question 1

Which cellular organelle produces ATP, the body’s energy source?

Answers:            

Gogli apparatus

 Mitochondria

Endoplasmic reticulum

Lysosome

Question 2

What term best describes the genetic allele make up of an individual?

Answers:            

Autosomal dominant

 Genotype

Autosomal recessive

Phenotype

Question 3

The plasma membrane is composed mostly of _____.

Answers:            

Carbohydrates

 Phospholipids

Glycolipids

Calcium channels

Question 4

Which of the following organelles modified, concentrates, and packages lipids?

Answers:            

Peroxisomes

Cytoskeleton

Endoplasmic reticulum

 Golgi apparatus

Question 5

Which organic compound has the primary function of energy storage?

Answers:            

Carbohydrates

 Lipids

Proteins

Nucleic acids

Question 6

The plasma membrane is mainly composed of this organic compound?

Answers:            

Nucleic acids

Proteins

 Lipids

Carbohydrates

Question 7

Passive transport can only occur when there is a concentration gradient of low to high for a substance.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 8

Which type of tissue transmits electrical signals?

Answers:            

Connective tissue

 Nerve tissue

Muscular tissue

Epithelial tissue

Question 9

Cellular respiration cannot occur without oxygen.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 10

What choice is NOT true regarding cellular respiration?

Answers:            

Oxygen and Glucose are the main components utilized to make ATP

ATP can be made from lipids and protein metabolism

Carbon dioxide and water are byproducts

 ATP is only utilized by muscle cells

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 02 Quiz

Question 1

Hair and nails are mainly composed of what substance?

Answers:            

Collagen fibers

Melanocytes

Elastic fibers

 Keratin

Question 2

Which choice is NOT true about the epidermis?

Answers:            

 It contains blood vessels and is considered highly vascularized

There are multiple layers of living and dead cells

It is constantly flaked/scraped off

Melanin is secreted within it

Question 3

Which of the following choices makes up the majority of the dermis and contains glands, hair follicles, and muscular tissue?

Answers:            

 Reticular layer

Papillary layer

Stratum basale

Hypodermis

Question 4

Which type of gland is responsible for secreting an oily substance that helps to lubricate and soften the skin and hair?

Answers:            

Apocrine gland

Sebaceous gland

Ceruminous gland

Eccrine gland 

Question 5

Which skin layer is the most superficial?

Answers:            

Hypodermis

 Stratum corneum

Stratum basale

Papillary layer

Question 6         

Melanoma is the most treatable and curable of the types of skin cancer.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 7

What is NOT true of keratinocytes?

Answers:            

 They have a 3-4 month life cycle 

Cell production of keratinocytes can be accelerated in areas of consistent friction

They secrete a waxy protein called keratin

They are the main cell of the epidermis

Question 8

What is NOT a complication of burns?

Answers:            

 Decreased function of immune system

Loss of bodily fluids

Circulatory shock

Infection

Question 9

Which layer of skin is the outer most layer and contains dead cells that are filled with keratin?

Answers:            

 Stratum corneum

Stratum granulosum

Stratum basale

Stratum spinosum

Question 10

What structure and/or substance is NOT found within the dermis?  

Answers:            

 Keratin

Sweat glands

Nerve tissue

Blood vessels

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 03 Quiz

Question 1         

Which of the following bones is part of the axial skeleton?

Answers:            

Humerus

Phalanges

Femur

Sternum

Question 2

                Which type of bone cell is activated with the release of parathyroid hormone?

Answers:            

Osteogenic

Osteoblast

 Osteoclast

Osteocyte

Question 3

When an epiphyseal plate “closes,” longitudinal growth is no longer possible.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 4

Which statement is true regarding an osteon?

Answers:            

 Canaliculi connect lacunae to the central canal

Osteocytes do not contain blood vessels

Osteons are epithelial cells

Found in both spongy and compact bone

Question 5

The parietal and frontal bones are classified as:

Answers:            

 Flat bones

Long bones

Short bones

Sesamoid bones

Question 6

Which of the following bones can be found in the wrist?

Answers:            

Cuboid

Talus

Calcaneus

 Scaphoid

Question 7         

The trabeculae of spongy bone are well organized and align precisely along lines of stress, which ultimately help bone resist stress.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 8

The organic portion of the extracellular matrix space provides all of the following functions EXCEPT for:

Answers:            

Ability to resist stretch

 Hardness

Tensile strength

Flexibility 

Question 9

Which of the following is classified as a facial bone?

Answers:            

Temporal bone

 Maxilla

Hyoid bone

Occipital bone

Question 10

Which statement is true of parathyroid hormone?

Answers:            

 Increases blood calcium levels

Overall, it will cause a decrease in blood calcium levels

Indirectly inhibits calcium absorption in the intestines

Inhibits the reabsorption of calcium in the kidneys

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 04 Quiz

Question 1

Which choice best describes the function T-tubules have within muscle contraction?

Answers:            

 Transmit the action potential deep into the muscle cell

Store and release calcium ions into the cell interior for muscle contraction

Help align the thick and thin filament for contraction

Store glycogen

Question 2

Which of the following proteins blocks the active site on actin during relaxation?

Answers:            

 Tropomyosin

Myosin

Actin

Troponin

Question 3

                Which factor is required to allow for muscle contraction?

Answers:            

Acetylcholine binds to the motor neuron

 Cross bridging of the thick and thin filament

Sodium ions to be present within the muscle fiber’s cytoplasm

Actin heads bind to troponin filament

Question 4

                Which statement is true regarding muscle contraction?

Answers:            

The power stroke occurs when the thick filament binds to the thin filament

The T-tubules store the calcium ions within the internal part of the muscle cell

Tropomyosin protein binds to the actin protein

 ATP is needed to release the thick filament from the thin filament

Question 5

Which statement is NOT true regarding muscle contraction?

Answers:            

Tropomyosin protein covers the binding sites for the thick filament on the actin protein

 ATP is needed for the thick filament to bind to the thin filament

The sarcoplasmic reticulum stores the calcium ions that are released within the muscle cell

Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter that binds to the sarcolemma

Question 6

Which of the following passes through the sarcoplasm, causing the sarcoplasmic reticulum to open its “gates”?

Answers:            

Sodium

ATP

 Action potential

Calcium

Question 7

Which of the following is true of muscle contraction?

Answers:            

The H-zone lengthens during contraction.

The Z-disks move farther apart during contraction.

 ATP is converted to ADP during a power stroke.

The T-tubules release stored sodium and magnesium to initiate an action potential.

Question 8

                Which of the following substances is the neurotransmitter released from motor neurons initiating muscle contraction?

Answers:            

Norepinephrine

Acetylcholinesterase

Dopamine

 Acetylcholine 

Question 9

What statement is true of smooth muscle?

Answers:            

It has a striated appearance when viewed under a microscope

It only contracts through conscious control

Its contraction is controlled by the same mechanism as skeletal muscle

 It is found mainly within internal organs such as the bladder and uterus

Question 10

Fast oxidative muscle fibers do not fatigue quickly due to its rich supply of myoglobin.

Answers:            

True

 False

 

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 05 Midterm Exam

Question 1

Wolff’s law of bone states that bone density is directly related to the dietary ingestion of calcium.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 2

Which statement is true regarding osteoporosis?

Answers:            

It is loss of density of the matrix in spongy bone only

It is most commonly diagnosed in pre-menopausal women

 Vitamin D plays an important role in its prevention

Vertebrae and femoral neck fractures are a common complication in males only

Question 3

Osmosis is the movement of random molecules from a low to high concentration across a selectively permeable membrane.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 4

Acetylcholine molecules must bind to troponin in order for the muscle contraction process to occur.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 5

Which statement is true of the glenohumeral (shoulder) joint?

Answers:            

The glenoid cavity can be found on the clavicle

The bones of the shoulder joint include the humerus, scapula and sternum

The shoulder is among the most stable joints in the body

 The SITS muscle tendons help stabilize the shoulder joint

Question 6

A motor unit is composed of all the muscle fibers that one motor neuron innervates.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 7

Which choice is true regarding bone tissue?

Answers:            

Trabeculae are found within compact bone

The periosteum is the inner, blood cell producing portion of bone

 Osteocytes reside within a little open space called lacuna within bone tissue

One of the organic materials of bone include calcium

Question 8

Parathyroid hormone will cause an increase activity in which of the following cells?

Answers:            

 Osteoclasts

Osteoblasts

Osteocytes

Osteogenic cells

Question 9

Which of the following choices contains ridges that are ultimately responsible for fingerprints?

Answers:            

Flexure lines

 Dermal papillae

Friction ridges

Reticular layer

Question 10

Which cellular organelle is responsible for the production of ATP?

Answers:            

 Mitochondria

Lysosome

Gogli

apparatus

Nucleus

Question 11

Which statement is true of muscular tissue and/or muscle contraction?

Answers:            

A sarcomere consists of thin filaments only

The sarcoplasmic reticulum stores the acetylcholine molecules utilized for muscle contraction

 Slow oxidative muscle fibers contain myoglobin giving these fibers a reddish color

The passing of the action potential from the nerve to the muscle cell occurs because the nerve is in direct contact with the muscle cell

Question 12

Which of the following composes the majority of the epidermis?

Answers:            

Melanocytes

 Keratinocytes

Basal cells

Osteocytes

Question 13

A bursa can reduce the friction of a tendon rubbing over a bone.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 14

Which statement is true regarding muscles?

Answers:            

 The antagonist muscle or muscle group opposes a movement of a particular muscle or muscle group

A sprain is damage to a muscle or its tendon

The insertion point of a muscle is attached to the fixed bone during joint motion

All muscles have multiple origin points

Question 15

Aerobic respiration creates lactic acid as a byproduct but produces far more ATP than anaerobic respiration.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 16

Which statement is true regarding the skeletal system?

Answers:            

Compact bone of flat bones in adults is commonly filled with red bone marrow

External stresses placed on bone (such as exercise) will decrease the bone matrix density

 Osteocytes are “connected” to one another via canaliculi

Osteoclasts secrete collagen fibers to increase bone density

Question 17

Which of the following protein molecules provides the binding site for the myosin heads?

Answers:            

Tropomyosin

 Actin

Troponin

Myofilament

Question 18

Which of the following is found in the dermis layer of skin?

Answers:            

Subcutaneous fat

 Elastic fibers

Granulosum layer

Melanin

Question 19

Which statement is true of articulations (joints)?

Answers:            

Cartilaginous joints are freely moveable

 Cranial bone sutures are classified as fibrous joints

Bursas assist cartilaginous joints function

Tendons are essential to the stabilization of suture joints

Question 20

The process of detaching the thick filament from the thin filament during muscle relaxation requires ATP.           

Answers:            

 True

False

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 06 Quiz

Question 1

An action potential can only be propagated along a myelinated axon.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 2

As long as neurotransmitters are bound to a receptor, ion channels remain open.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 3

Which statement is true regarding the nervous system?

Answers:            

Neuroglia cells are only responsible for providing immunity to the nervous cells

 Depolarization is the reduction of the membrane potential; going from negative to a more positive charge

Neurons can communicate with other cells without the use of neurotransmitters

Damaged myelin on an axon has no effect with its ability to transmit an action potential

Question 4

During relative refractory period, a neuron cannot create another action potential to a stimulus no matter how strong or intense that stimulus is.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 5

The resting membrane potential of a neuron, specifically in the axon, is more negatively charged inside when compared to the extracellular space (outside of the cell)?

Selected Answer:           

 True

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 6

Which statement is true regarding action potentials (nerve impulses)?

Answers:            

An action potential moves from the axon to the soma of a neuron

Is typically only generated in the dendrite portion of a neuron

Neuroglia are solely responsible for creating action potentials

When action potentials reach the axon terminal, they cause the release of neurotransmitters

Question 7

During the repolarization phase of an action potential, the neuron begins to regain its negative internal charge.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 8

Which portion of the neuron processes information?

Answers:            

Dendrites

 Soma

Myelin

Axon

Question 9

Action potential is unique to neurons and muscle cells. Other body cells do not use this process.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 10

Which choice is true regarding myelin sheaths?

Answers:            

Myelin sheaths cover dendrites in the central and peripheral nervous system

Myelin sheaths help release neurotransmitters from the axon terminal

 Myelin sheaths allow for the conduction of nerve impulses (action potentials) to be transmitted faster

Myelin sheaths are composed of astrocytes and satellite cells

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 07 Quiz

Question 1

Which statement is true regarding the spinal nerve and cord?

Answers:            

As a spinal nerve approaches the spinal cord, it separates into lateral and medial roots

 Spinal nerves exit the spinal cord through the intervertebral foramen of the vertebrae

The dorsal root of the spinal nerves transmit (carry) information from the central nervous system out to the body

A spinal nerve a single sensory axon and single motor axon

Question 2

Which choice is true regarding the brain stem?

Answers:            

 The midbrain contains visual and auditory reflex centers

One of the pons functions is to control behavior and emotion.

The pons contains nuclei centers that control actions like heart rate, respiratory rate and coughing

The limbic system is part of the medulla

Question 3

Gyri and sulci can be found in which of the following structures?

Answers:            

 Cerebral cortex

Midbrain

Pons

Thalamus

Question 4

Which of the following is considered an ascending tract?

Answers:            

 Spinothalamic tract

Lateral corticospinal tract

Vestibulospinal tract

Anterior corticospinal tract

Question 5

Which statement is true regarding the meninges?

Answers:            

The arachnoid mater is attached directly to the cerebral cortex.

Prescription medications can easily pass through the meninges to treat brain conditions

 The subarachnoid space is filled with cerebrospinal fluid

The meninges forms a portion of blood brain barrier

Question 6

The right hemisphere of the brain is primarily responsible for analytical thought and rational thought.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 7

In reference to the spinal cord, both the anterior horn and posterior horn carry afferent neurons.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 8

Which of the following assists in regulation of body temperature and food/water intake?

Answers:            

 Hypothalamus

Frontal lobe

Occipital lobe

Pons

Question 9

Which part or region of the brain controls and is associated with perceiving information from the general sensory receptors in the skin such as the perception of touch?

Answers:            

Limbic system

Frontal lobe

 Parietal lobe

Wernicke’s region

Question 10

What part of the brain controls and is associated with body posture, balance and equilibrium along with coordination of motor activity?

Answers:            

Frontal lobe

 Cerebellum

Medulla

Occipital lobe

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 08 Quiz

Question 1

Which two major nerves are responsible for sensory (touch) information of the hand?

Answers:            

Ulnar and Radial nerves

Radial and Medial nerves

Axillary and Ulnar nerves

 Ulnar and Medial nerves

Question 2

Which of the following choices forms the Sciatic nerve and branches into the Tibial and Common Fibular Nerves?

Answers:            

Cervical Plexus

Brachial Plexus

Lumbar Plexus

 Sacral Plexus

Question 3

Which of the following choices is an effect of the parasympathetic nervous system?

Answers:            

Increased blood flow to skeletal muscles

Increased blood pressure

Dilation of the bronchi in the lungs to increase airflow

 Stimulates elimination of wastes such as feces and urine

Question 4

Upper motor neurons are efferent neurons that originate in the cerebrum or brain stem.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 5

A ganglia is a collection of nerve cell bodies within the peripheral nervous system.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 6

Which of the following choices is true regarding reflexes?

Answers:            

Neural integration (processing) of all reflexes occurs in the brain

 Somatic reflexes activate skeletal muscle

The motor neuron of a reflex arc transmit afferent impulses to the spinal cord

The stretch or tendon reflexes are only present in children under 5 years of age

Question 7

Which major nerve is the largest and thickest nerve in the body and innervates a majority of the entire lower limb?

Answers:            

 Sciatic nerve

Ulnar nerve

Sacral nerve

Axillary nerve

Question 8

Which of the following choices is an effect of the sympathetic nervous system?

Answers:            

Decreased heart rate

Increased blood flow to the gastrointestinal system

 Increased blood pressure

Constriction of the pupils

Question 9

Which statement is true regarding spinal nerves?

Answers:            

The dorsal root of the spinal nerve will contain motor fibers (axons) that innervate the skeletal muscles

 All 31 spinal nerves contain thousands of individual nerve fibers (axons) carrying information to and from the spinal cord

Spinal nerves only innervate the skin, muscles and joints

Each spinal nerve is designated as a motor nerve only or a sensory nerve only

Question 10

Which of the following best describes the deep tendon reflex?

Answers:            

 Muscle contraction occurs when its tendon is stretched quickly in order to protect the muscle/tendon from tearing injury.

It’s always initiated by a painful stimulus

Causes an automatic response that withdrawals the body from a painful stimulus

It accompanies the flexor response to prevent movement.

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 09 Quiz

Question 1

Olfactory tract damage would affect which of your special senses?

Answers:            

Sight

Taste

 Smell

Hearing

Question 2

Which special sense does not depend on an organ with sensory hairs to assist in their function?

Answers:            

Hearing

 Sight

Smell

Taste

Question 3

An irregular shape of the cornea can cause blurred vision and is referred to as:

Answers:            

Glaucoma

Cataracts

 Astigmatism

Conjunctivitis

Question 4

Myopia occurs when the refracted light (focal point) is focused in front of the retina.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 5

The sense of taste involves cranial nerves VII, IX, and X.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 6

Which choice is true regarding the eye?

Answers:            

 A hyperopic eye occurs when the refracted light is focused behind the retina

The sclera is part of the internal eye and changes shape to focus light

A function of the ciliary body is to absorb light and prevent it from scattering around the eye

The lens shape and thickness cannot be adjusted

Question 7

Which statement is true regarding the ear and hearing?

Answers:            

The auditory (Eustachian) tube allows passage of sound waves to the tympanic membrane

 The ear ossicles are connected to the oval window

The semicircular canals vibrate in accordance to the sound waves entering the ear

The spiral organ is found within the external ear

Question 8

Which of the following structures is in direct contact with the tympanic membrane?

Answers:            

 Malleus

Incus

Stapes

Utricle

Question 9

Which statement is true regarding the special senses?

Answers:            

If the olfactory bulb is damaged, an individual’s sense of equilibrium will be partially lost

 If the light entering the eye is refracted on two different areas of the retina, double vision will occur

If an individual is missing a particular category of rod cells, he or she will be colorblind

Conductive hearing loss can result from damaged or dead hair cells (stereocilia)

Question 10

What statement is true regarding the eye?

Answers:            

The fovea centralis of the macula lutea has the highest concentration of rod cells

The muscles of the eye are all controlled by peripheral nerves

 The ciliary processes of the eye secrete the fluid that fills that anterior chamber of the eye

The fovea centralis is the blind spot of the eye

 

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 10 Quiz

Question 1

Which statement is true regarding the adrenal glands?

Answers:            

Adrenal glands are located on the superior portion of the liver

Adrenal glands produce gonadotropins

Hormones secreted by adrenal glands are influenced by growth hormone

 Imbalances of certain hormones secreted by the adrenal glands can lead to Addison’s and Cushing’s disease

Question 2

Which statement is true regarding antidiuretic hormone (ADH)?

Answers:            

ADH ultimately influences the kidneys to secrete more water, decreasing the body’s overall water retention

ADH is stored in the anterior pituitary

ADH stimulates the release of prolactin secretion too

 ADH will be secreted if the body is dehydrated

Question 3

Which endocrine gland is associated with and directly responsible for increasing and/or decreasing blood sugar levels?

Answers:            

Thyroid gland

Adrenal glands

Thymus gland

 Pancreas

Question 4

In a healthy patient, a decrease in production of Thyroid Hormone (T3 and T4) will cause an increase Thyroid-stimulating Hormone released from the pituitary gland.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 5

Which endocrine hormone is associated with directly decreasing blood sugar levels?

Answers:            

Thyroid hormone

Glucagon

Prolactin

 Insulin

Question 6

Which statement is true regarding the endocrine system?

Answers:            

The pancreas produces and secretes insulin and aldosterone

 Both male and female gonads are influenced by luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

The thyroid only produces and secretes out hormones that influence the body’s metabolism

The pineal gland is located in the lower neck region of the body

Question 7

A goiter is a common feature in which of the following disorders?

Answers:            

Addison’s disease

 Hypothyroidism

Diabetes Type 1

Diabetes Type 2

Question 8

Which endocrine gland is associated with and directly responsible for producing hormones such as cortisol that influence the body’s stress response?

Answers:            

Thyroid gland

 Adrenal cortex of the adrenal glands

Pancreas

Adrenal medulla of the adrenal glands

Question 9

Which statement is true regarding blood calcium levels and the endocrine system?

Answers:            

Calcitonin, melatonin, and aldosterone all have a direct impact on blood calcium levels

Calcitonin will increase the activity of osteoclasts

 Parathyroid hormone will increase the production of vitamin d and absorption of calcium within the gastrointestinal tract

Parathyroid hormone is produced and secreted by the thyroid gland

Question 10

Secretion of both Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing hormone (LH) is stimulated by which of these hormones?

Answers:            

Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)

Antidiuretic hormone

Oxytocin

 Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)

 

BSC2346 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Module 11 Final Exam

Question 1

Which statement is true regarding the special senses?

Answers:            

Rod and cone cells are the only two types of gustatory cells

 Sensory hair cells of the olfactory bulb bind molecules within the nose that ultimately allow for the sense of smell

The cochlea within the inner ear allows for the sense of equilibrium

The pupil is responsible for refracting incoming light

Question 2

Which region of the brain stem is associated with nuclei centers that control various autonomic activities such as sneezing, coughing and respiration rate?

Answers:            

Diencephalon

 Medulla oblongata

Pons

Midbrain

Question 3

Which statement is true of aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration?

Answers:            

Anaerobic respiration utilizes oxygen and glucose to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP)

 Aerobic respiration produces more adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules compared to anaerobic respiration

Anaerobic respiration produces no waste products

Cells can only perform aerobic respiration to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP)

Question 4

Blockage of the auditory (Eustachian) tube can result in conductive hearing loss.

Answers:            

 True

False

Question 5

Which statement is true regarding myelin sheaths?

Answers:            

Myelin sheaths are found only on neurons in the peripheral nervous systems

Myelin sheaths allow for action potentials to be transmitted faster within the dendrites of neurons

 The spaces between each myelin sheath are referred to as the “Node of Ranvier”

Collections of myelin sheaths within the nervous system give nerve tissue a dark appearance, which is referred as gray matter

Question 6

Which of the following is found in the epidermis layer of skin?

Answers:            

Subcutaneous fat

Elastic fibers

 Granulosum layer

Melanin

Question 7

All of the following are symptoms of diabetes mellitus, EXCEPT:

Answers:            

Polyphagia

Polyuria

Polydipsia

 Polydrosis

Question 8

Hyperthyroidism is commonly caused by insufficient amounts of the element iodine within the body.

Answers:            

True

 False

Question 9

Which of the following statements is true of the ciliary body of the eye?

Answers:            

It produces a vitreous humor that fills the posterior chamber of the eye

 It contains muscles that help assist in control the thickness and size of the lens

It is involved in controlling the amount of light that is allowed into the eye

The suspensory ligaments create the color of iris

Question 10

Which endocrine hormone is stored in the posterior pituitary and increases the amount of water reabsorbed in the kidneys increasing blood pressure and blood volume?

Answers:            

Aldosterone

Cortisol

 Antidiuretic hormone

Oxytocin

 

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