QUIZ8E-07-ans - a pH b P O2 c P CO2 d all of the above 9...

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APPROVED SOLUTION Name _________________________ CH387 Human Physiology 11 April 2007 Quiz #8, E HOUR – (30 points) MATCHING: Match the correct letter with the number (as shown in the nephron below) (2 points each) 1. ___d_____ a. glomerulus 2. ___a_____ b. Loop of Henle 3. ___e_____ c. proximal convoluted tubule 4. ___c_____ d. afferent/efferent arteriole 5. ___b_____ e. Bowman’s capsule 6. ___f_____ f. distal convoluted tubule 7. ___g_____ g. collecting duct Multiple Choice (3 points each) 7. What is the primary mechanism of carbon dioxide transport in blood? a. dissolved in the plasma b. bound to hemoglobin c. as bicarbonate dissolved in the plasma d. as bicarbonate dissolved in the RBCs 8. Peripheral chemoreceptors are specialixed cells in contact with arterial blood that respond directly to changes in blood ___________.
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Unformatted text preview: a. pH b. P O2 c. P CO2 d. all of the above 9. Once produced, urine travels from the ____ until it reaches the bladder, from which it is released into the external environment by the __ a. ureter : urethra b. urethra : ureter c. collecting duct : ureter d. collecting duct : urethra 10. Blood enters the glomerulus from the _____. a. afferent arteriole b. efferent arteriole c. vasa recta d. Bowman’s capsule 11. During what process are molecules selectively removed from the tubule lumen, moved into the interstitial space, and removed from the kidneys by the peritubular capillaries and vasa recta? a. filtration b. reabsorption c. secretion d. excretion TRUE/FALSE QUESTION (1 point) 12. True or False : Urea is actively transported out of the collecting duct....
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