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Which white blood cells contain granules of histamine?
A) basophils
B) lymphocytes
C) neutrophils
D) eosinophils
Produces antibodies.
A) erythrocyte
B) lymphocyte
C) eosinophil
D) neutrophil
E) basophil
Which of the following cells lack mitochondria?
A) basophils
B) neutrophils
C) platelets
D) erythrocytes
Seen in abundance during parasitic infection.
A) erythrocyte
B) lymphocyte
C) eosinophil
D) neutrophil
E) basophil
The functions of platelets include all of the following except
A) release of molecules that initiate clotting.
B) secretion of chemicals that call more platelets to the site of injury.
C) formation of a temporary patch in the walls of...
What type of white blood cell increases dramatically during parasitic infections or allergic reactions?
A) monocyte
B) neutrophil
C) eosinophil
D) basophil
Which cells produce surfactant?
A) chondrocytes
B) type I cells
C) type II cells
D) alveolar macrophages
Fluid that reduces surface tension of the alveolar walls.
A) surfactant
B) mucin
C) pleural fluid
D) serous fluid
E) lysozyme
The serous membrane lining of the wall of the thoracic cavity.
A) parietal pericardium
B) mucous membrane
C) visceral pericardium
D) visceral pleura
E) parietal pleura
Most foreign substances in inspired air fail to reach the lungs because of the
A) porous structure of the nasal conchae.
B) abundant blood supply to the nasal mucosa.
C) ciliated epithelium and mucus that line the respiratory...
The lobes of a lung are easy to recognize and distinguish from one another because
A) they all have slightly different colors.
B) each is supplied by a primary bronchus, and the primary bronchi are easy to find.
C) they are separated...
The left lung
A) receives oxygenated blood from the heart via the left pulmonary artery.
B) is supplied entirely by a secondary bronchus.
C) has a cardiac notch.
D) has three lobes.
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