Due to the increase in mitochondria number and activity following training a,More ADP is required for the same VO2 b.The glycolysis pathway leads to more pyruvate production c.Lactatemia decreases for the same VO2 d.The AMP pathway is more activated e.Athletes rely more on the creatine pathway
Mitochondria can be detected by A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Measuring concentration of citrate synthase in muscle Measuring the depletion of glycogen in muscle Using morphometric estimate A and B B and D
An RN walks into a patient’s room and encounters the patient with his arms crossed. The patient states in a loud voice, “How come I’m not being taken care of in this hospital?” The patient points to the covered tray on the table across the room and states,” My lunch tray is sitting over there, and I can’t reach it. My call light has been on for the last 30 minutes, and nobody has responded. My wife was right when she said the care here is deplorable!“ Initial Discussion Post: Address the following: Describe which communication style the RN should […]
The difference between fever and exercise-induced hyperthermia is: a. exercise-induced hyperthermia is normal while fever is an abnormal reaction of the body b. for the fever, the set point is the same, only the immune system produces more heat c. for exercise, the set point is changed by muscle contraction d. fever will have priority over exercise hyperthermia e. For fever, heat is produced by viruses or bacteria
Sweat glands: a. Are divided in 2 main categories: autocrine and paracrine b. are all activated in the same time c. use mostly a merocrine secretion system d. can secrete more sweat than a person can drink e. apocrine gland are only active after puberty f. all of the above g. b and e h. d and e
For fever a. The thermostatic set-point is changed b. Thermoregulatory mechanisms are the same as exercise c. The body will activate mechanism to reach the thermostatic set-point d. a pyrogen can decrease core temperature e. Bacteria can produce anti-pyrogen f. a and c g. None of the above
Antigen presenting cells are a. the last step in the immune system to kill the antigen b. usually part of the macrophage family c. able to directly activate T and B cells d. part of the complement systemAntigen presenting cells are
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