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QUIZ8CD-07-ans - b. and relaxation of inspiratory muscles...

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APPROVED SOLUTION Name _________________________ CH387 Human Physiology 11 April 2007 Quiz #8, C/D HOURS – (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. During quiet breathing, a person’s breath cycle consists of contraction ___________. a. of inspiratory muscles
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Unformatted text preview: b. and relaxation of inspiratory muscles c. of expiratory muscles d. of inspiratory muscles and relaxation of expiratory muscles 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. The ___ is the functional unit of the kidney. a. proximal tubule b. glomerulus c. loop of Henle d. nephron 11. What is the process whereby molecules are selectively transported from the peritubular fluid to the lumen of the renal tubules? a. absorption b. reabsorption c. secretion d. excretion TRUE/FALSE QUESTION (1 point) 12. True or False: Reabsorption of glucose is an active process....
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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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