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Fundamental Principles of Physiology - Part 5
In order to learn physiology, it is essential that one understand many fundamental principles. Some of these principles are intrinsic to the discipline of physiology, while others are borrowed from disciplines such as molecular biology, cell biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, psychology, engineering, and others. Test your knowledge of the fundamental principles of physiology by taking this simple quiz.
(1)   In mammals (including humans), the most abundant (i.e., highest concentration) cation in the cytoplasm is:
(2)   In mammals (including humans), the most abundant (i.e., highest concentration) cation in the extracellular fluid is:
(3)   In mammals (including humans), the most abundant (i.e., highest concentration) anion in the extracellular fluid is:
(4)   In mammals (including humans), the most abundant (i.e., highest concentration) anion in the intracellular fluid is:
(5)   Mitochondrial DNA is inherited from:
(6)   Metabotropic receptors are:
(7)   Ionotropic receptors are also known as:
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Posted: Monday, September 7, 2015