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4.3 Animal Science Vocab B

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The number of times a heart beats in a minute.
Chemical process when food is burned to release energy and waste; or the act of breathing.
A system that pertains to and affects the heart and blood vessels.
An instrument used to listen to sounds in the chest and other parts of the body.
Involuntary portion of the peripheral nervous system.
A pair of ductless glands located on or adjacent to a kidney and secrete adrenaline and cortin.
The act of bringing air into the lungs through contracting the diaphragm; inspiration.
The junctional cavity that connects the mouth and nasal cavity to the throat; passage way common to the digestive and respiratory tracts.
One of the two pumping chambers of the heart; situated toward the bottom of the heart.
The windpipe that extends from the throat to the bronchi in mammals.
A way of limiting, controlling, or stopping an animal.
A major branch of the respiratory system. The biggest portion of the lungs.
A ductless gland situated in the neck that secretes thyroxin which controls metabolism, growth, and production.
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The arterial pressure during the interval between heartbeats; the bottom number in blood pressure.
The large veins that carry blood back to the right atrium of heart.
Epinephrine; A hormone produced by the medulla of the adrenal gland and helps in preparing the body for emergency actions.
The maximum arterial pressure during contraction of the left ventricle of the heart; the top number of the blood pressure.
A due used as an acid-base indicator.
The act of forcing air from the lungs; expiration.
Blood vessels in the circulatory system that carries unoxygenated blood back to the heart from the body.
The bodily system consisting of organs that produce, collect, and eliminate urine. This includes kidneys, ureters, the urinary bladder, and the urethra.
The main vessel that carries blood to all bodily organs except the lungs.
The act or process of discharging waste matter from the blood, tissues, or organs.
To ascertain (obtain) the quantity of a given constituent by adding a liquid of known strength and measuring the volume necessary to convert the constituent to another form.
Tiny, thin-walled air sacs in the lungs; where gas exchange happens between oxygen and blood.
A chemical substance formed in an organ, secreted directly into the blood and carried to a target organ or tissue for a specific effect.