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Arteriolar Resistance and Blood Pressure

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1When arterial outflow becomes greater than inflow...
A)arterial pressure increases.
B)arterial pressure decreases.
C)arterial pressure reaches a steady state.
D)arterial pressure oscillates.



2Initially, as arteriole outflow increases...
A)arterial pressure increases.
B)arterial pressure decreases.
C)arterial pressure reaches a steady state.
D)arterial pressure oscillates.



3Eventually, after the arteriole outflow has remained at an increased level...
A)arterial pressure increases.
B)arterial pressure decreases.
C)arterial pressure reaches a steady state.
D)arterial pressure oscillates.



4If given the choice between traveling through a vessel with high resistance and one of low resistance, blood will travel through the vessel of most resistance.
A)True
B)False



5After dilation of an arteriole, the arterial blood pressure returns to the level that it was before the dilation.
A)True
B)False







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