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wpr3cd-072-ans - Cadet _ Time of Departure _ DEPARTMENT OF...

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Cadet ________________________ Time of Departure __________ DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND LIFE SCIENCE CH387, Human Physiology, AY07-2 Resources Permitted: None Written Partial Review 3 (C/D hours) TEXT: Germann & Stansfield, 23 April 2007 Principles of Human Available time: 55 minutes Physiology, 2 nd Edition SCOPE: Lessons 24-33 CHECK THIS EXAMINATION TO SEE THAT THERE ARE 8 PAGES. INFORM THE INSTRUCTOR OF ANY INCOMPLETE OR MISSING PAGES. WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE TOP OF EACH SHEET. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. TOTAL WEIGHT 200 POINTS DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE: PART MAX VALUE CUT POINTS 1 120 2 80 TOTAL 200
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Cadet___________________________ PART 1 (120 Points) MULTIPLE CHOICE : (4 points each) 1. (1) ________ specifically describes the movement of air into and out of the lungs. a. Internal respiration b. Pulmonary ventilation c. Secondary ventilation d. Expiration 2. (1) Glucose is reabsorbed in the proximal tubule by cotransport with ________. a. ATP b. water c. sodium 3. (2) The ciliated cells of the conducting zone function to ________________. a. propel mucus containing trapped particles toward the glottis b. allow the accumulation of mucus within the conducting zone c. provide the rigid support that maintains its open state d. produce a viscous solution called mucus 4. (3) When air is no longer moving through the respiratory tract and the airway is open to the environment, the pressure within the lung is equal to _______________. a. transpulmonary pressure b. atmospheric pressure c. intrapleural pressure d. systolic blood pressure 5. (1) A measure of the distending force across the lungs is the _________________. a. intrapleural pressure b. intra-alveolar pressure c. transpulmonary pressure d. atmospheric pressure CH387 Human Physiology WPR3 AY2006-2007 1
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Cadet___________________________ 6. (3) As the lungs expand, intra-alveolar pressure _______ and air moves ________ the lungs. a. decreases : into b. decreases : out of c. increases : into d. increases : out of 7. (3) Contraction of which of the following muscles in involved with inspiration? a. diaphragm b. external intercostals c. abdominal muscles d. both A and B e. all of the above 8. (3) The compensation for metabolic acidosis is a. decreased ventilation, increased HCO 3 reabsorption, and decreased H + secretion. b. increased ventilation, decreased HCO 3 reabsorption, and decreased H + secretion. c. decreased ventilation, decreased HCO 3 reabsorption, and increased H + secretion. d. increased ventilation, increased HCO 3 reabsorption, and increased H + secretion. 9. (2) The surface tension of the alveolus is reduced by surfactants produced by the ____ cells. a. ciliated b. goblet c. type I alveolar d. type II alveolar 10. (1) Peristalsis is accomplished by ______________________. a.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CH 387 taught by Professor Robert during the Fall '08 term at West Point.

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