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University of North Texas           Biol 3800  Animal Physiology                EXAM 2            Fall 2003                 pg  1 Name:_________________________________ BIOLOGY 3800 FALL 2003 EXAM 2 COVERAGE: Chapt. 7: Vision; Chapts. 8 &11: Brain & Behavior; Chapts 9: Glands and Hormones; Chapt 10: muscle structure and Sliding Filament Theory. SECTION 1 TRUE/ FALSE 1 pt each 1. Red muscles contain hemoglobin. ............................................................................................. T F 2. A motor unit represents one alpha motor neuron and all the muscle cells it contacts synaptically T F 3. Vertebrate visual receptors release transmitter continually in the dark. ...................................... ,…. . T F 4. The protein “calmodulin” is related structurally to Troponin-C. ................................................... ……. T F 5. In a coronal section through the fissure of Rolando, the thalamus is located under (below) the lateral ventricles. ................................................................................................................ ……… T F 6. In most humans the motor speech area (Broca's area) is located in both hemispheres. ........ ……. . T F 7. Vertebrate skeletal muscles use electrical synapses for inhibition. ........................................... ……. T F 8. The sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system constricts blood vessels that supply the skin . ................................................................................................... ……. . T F 9. The telencephalon consists of the pallium, the basal nuclei, and the cerebellum    ...................... ….T F 10. During isotonic contractions, the muscle is maintained at a constant length. ................................ T F 11. The perimysium is connective tissue surrounding muscle fascicles. ................. T F 12. All hormones produced by the anterior pituitary are peptides or proteins. ...................................... T F 13. Calcitonin reduces activity of osteoclasts. ......................................... …………………………………. . T F 14. While some hormones interact with membrane receptors and never enter the cell, others diffuse through the membrane and interact with internal receptors……………………………………………. . T F 15. Both epinephrine and glucagon can stimulate glyconolysis in the liver. ..................................... ……. T F 16. The adrenal medulla produces more epinephrine than norepinephrine . ....... ………………………… T F 17. Estrogen is responsible for the appearance of glands in the endometrium of the uterus. ............... T F 18. Estrogen and progesterone are both produced by the Graafian follicle. ....................................... …. T F 19. The male follicle stimulating hormone is also called ICSH. .............................. ………………………. . T F 20. The corpus callosum connects the left and right ventricular system of the brain and allows equilibration of cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF). ............................................................................... …… T F 21. Goiter is an enlarged thyroid gland due to dietary insufficiency of the amino acid "tyrosine”. ....……. T F. 22. The chain ganglia located to either side of the vertebral column belongs to the parasympathetic nervous system. .................................................................... …………………. .. T F 23. The parasympathetic nervous system uses one adrenergic and one cholinergic synapse outside the spinal cord. ................................................................................ ………………. .. T F 1 1
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University of North Texas           Biol 3800  Animal Physiology                EXAM 2            Fall 2003                 pg  2 24. Parathyroid hormone and calcitonin are not controlled by hypothalamic releasing factors…………. . T F 25.
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