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Summer I 2011 Quiz 3 Key 1. (p. 451) Systole is the period of the heart's contraction. TRUE Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge Insel - Chapter 15 #107 Learning Objective: List the major components of the cardiovascular system and describe how blood is pumped and circulated through the body Topic Area: The Cardiovascular System 2. (p. 444) Homer wanted to lose one pound per week for his weight loss program. In order to do that he must average a negative balance of ________ calories per day. A. 500 B. 1,000 C. 100 D. 250 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge Insel - Chapter 14 #61 Learning Objective: Describe the lifefstyle factors that contribute to weight gain and loss Learning Objective: and emotional factors Learning Objective: exercise Learning Objective: including the roles of diet Topic Area: Eating Disorders 3. (p. 422) A condition called the female athlete triad consists of all of the following, EXCEPT A. amenorrhea. B. muscle dysmorphia. C. premature osteoporosis. D. abnormal eating patterns. Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension Insel - Chapter 14 #20 Learning Objective: Explain factors that may contribute to a weight problem Learning Objective: and psychosocial factors Learning Objective: including genetic Learning Objective: lifestyle Learning Objective: physiological Topic Area: Basic Concepts Of Weight Management 4. (p. 521) Pathogens can enter the body through penetration of skin, by inhalation, or by ingestion. TRUE Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge Insel - Chapter 17 #92 Learning Objective: Describe the step-by-step process by which infectious diseases are transmitted Topic Area: The Chain Of Infection 5. (p. 520) A person who is a reservoir for a pathogen is always ill and has symptoms. FALSE Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension Insel - Chapter 17 #91 Learning Objective: Describe the step-by-step process by which infectious diseases are transmitted Topic Area: The Chain Of Infection 6. (p. 418) A female with a BMI value of 17.5 or less may be used as a diagnostic criterion for A. obesity.obesity.... View Full Document

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