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List the components of each of the three layers that make up a typical arterial blood vessel

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  • List the components of each of the three layers that make up a typical arterial blood vessel. 
  • Describe the differences in the middle layer structure between elastic and muscular arteries plus arterioles.                
  • Describe the two pathways leading to the formation of a clot and the factors that initiate each of these pathways.


  • List the four different layers or tunics associated with the digestive tract from the esophagus to the rectum and the components found in each layer. 
  • For the layer facing the lumen, list the three modifications noted in the small intestine that are associated with an increase in surface area. 
  • In which layer are blood and lymph vessels found?
  • Describe the major differences between the stomach wall and the wall of the esophagus



  1. For the four different types of nerves found in the sympathetic division of the ANS, list how the neuronal axons (preganglionic or postganglionic?) exit the spinal cord and associated nearby ganglia. Be specific about locations, structures and communicating pathways followed. Finally, list at least one target organ or structure for each type
  • Describe parasympathetic and sympathetic neurons, taking into account the relative lengths of the fibers, neurotransmitters involved, and receptors that are present at the pre-post ganglionic junctions and postganglionic-target organ junctions (this does NOT include discussion of how the nerves exit the spinal cord).
  • Name 5 effects of the flight-or-flight response and 5 effects that target DIFFERENT components than those named for the sympathetic effects of the rest-and-digest response.


  • Discuss the etiology of goiter development compared to that of a normal person. 
  • List the three major endocrine cell types and their secretions found in the human pancreas. 
  • Name and describe the roles of the substances produced by the exocrine portion of the pancreas


  • A CBC is ordered for you and the sample of blood has just been taken. After proper procedures are observed and centrifugation occurs, the blood is separated into two major components. Name the liquid portion, the three proteins plus four other components contained in it. 
  • Name the various cellular components in the formed elements and provide at least one feature for each of them.
  • Describe the flow of blood through the cardiovascular system

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