Biology 118 - Spring 2005
May 9, 2005
EXAM 3 - VERSION A
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antibody = gamma globulin
NK cell = natural killer cell
B or T cell = B or T lymphocyte
neutrophil = microphage
EPO = erythropoietin
platelets = thrombocytes
interleukins = cytokines = leukotrienes
RBCs = red blood cells = erythrocytes
killer T cell = cytotoxic T cell
TPO = thrombopoietin
macrophage = monocyte
WBCs = white blood cells = leukocytes
Albumins are a common plasma protein that is made by the _____.
These proteins transport lipids or fat-soluble vitamins within _____ pockets.
bone marrow - hydrophobic
liver - hydrophobic
bone marrow - hydrophilic
liver - hydrophilic
Although males tend to have a ______ percent of RBCs than females, a typical value for either sex could be ______%.
lower - 45
lower - 65
higher - 45
higher - 65
One hemoglobin molecule is a complex protein that contains or carries 4 _______.
all of these
nucleus - plasma membrane
nucleus - mitochondria
cytoplasm - mitochondria
cytoplasm - plasma membrane
If you move from Seattle (at sea level) to Denver (1 mile high) this summer, put these events in order after you arrive (first to last): 1 - EPO stimulates bone
marrow, 2 - speed up mitosis of hemocytoblasts, 3 - kidneys release more EPO, 4 - you suffer from low oxygen, 5 - more RBCs released into blood.
4, 5, 1, 2, 3
3, 1, 5, 2, 4
4, 3, 1, 2, 5
1, 3, 2, 5, 4
Low levels of _____ in your diet can lead to a dietary form of anemia.
If the X-axis is the % of RBCs (Hematocrit) in your blood, ranging from 0% to 80%, which line on graph 1 best describes relative blood viscosity on the Y-
Platelets are cell fragments made by budding off of _______.
The platelets live less than 2 _______.
megakaryocytes - months
megakaryocytes - weeks
hemocytoblasts - months
hemocytoblasts - weeks