Question: 1. Which Of The Following Would Most Likely Occur If The End Diastolic Volume Doubled From Rest? A) The Stroke Volume Would Not Change B) The Strength Of Contraction Would Decrease C) -the Amount Of Blood Ejection From The Heart Would Be Double D) -the Amount Of Blood Ejected From The Heart Would Decrease By A Factor Of 2 2. During The Period Of Ventricular …

Question: 1. Which Of The Following Would Most Likely Occur If The End Diastolic Volume Doubled From Rest? A) The Stroke Volume Would Not Change B) The Strength Of Contraction Would Decrease C) -the Amount Of Blood Ejection From The Heart Would Be Double D) -the Amount Of Blood Ejected From The Heart Would Decrease By A Factor Of 2 2. During The Period Of Ventricular …

1. Which of the following would most likely occur if the end diastolic volume doubled from rest? a) the stroke volume would n

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1. Which of the following would most likely occur if the end diastolic volume doubled from rest? a) the stroke volume would not change b) the strength of contraction would decrease c) -the amount of blood ejection from the heart would be double d) -the amount of blood ejected from the heart would decrease by a factor of 2 2. during the period of ventricular filing: a) -blood flows through the open semilunar valves b) -ventricular volume remains the same c) blood flows passively from the atria into the ventricles through the open AV valves d) pressure in the ventricle is at its peak 3. the volume of blood in the ventricle _during time of ejection a) decrease b) no change c) increase 4. the volume of blood in the ventricles _during the ejection phase a) -increase b) decrease c) -no change 5. when blood calcium levels are high, which of the following occurs? a) thyroid hormones is released to metabolized bone b) -insulin is released to enhance cellular uptake of calcium c) calcium receptors are downregulated on bone d) parathyroid (PTH) is released to promote bone reabsorption. e) calcitonin is released to promote bone deposition 6. which of the following is/are pair(s) of antagonistic hormones: a) ADH and Aldosterone b) TSH and thyroid hormones c) FSH and luteinizing hormones d) epinephrine and norepin ine 7. the hormone of the posterior pituitary activity in the anterior pituitary a) decrease b) -No change c) -increase