118exam4-spring05 - Biology 118 - SPRING 2005 MAY 23, 2005...

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Biology 118 - SPRING 2005 MAY 23, 2005 EXAM 4 - VERSION A ..) on your answer sheet. You can keep this list of exam questions. You may write on it if you wish. This form will be the only way you will know what answers you marked on the scantron. Each question has only 1 correct answer. Indicate your choice on the answer sheet - scantron. If you are stumped by a question, place a mark by it, and return to it later. > = greater than < = less than AV = atrioventricular RBCs = red blood cells BP = blood (hydrostatic) pressure (mmHg) RMV = respiratory minute volume CO = cardiac output RR = respiration rate CRP = C reactive protein RV = right ventricle diastole = relaxation of heart SA = surface area HP = hydrostatic pressure SV = stroke volume HR = heart rate SR = sarcoplasmic reticulum LA = left atrium systole = contraction of heart LV = left ventricle TV = tidal volume LDL = low density lipoprotein VC = vital capacity OP = osmotic pressure (mmHg) V O 2 max - maximum oxygen consumption during peak exercise RA = right atrium 1. The _____ is the strongest heart chamber, in part, because it pumps blood the _____ distance through the body. a. LA - shortest b. LV - longest c. RA - shortest d. RV - longest 2. Put these vessels & heart chambers in the correct order after blood exits the RA: 1 - LA, 2 - RV, 3 - LV, 4 - pulmonary vein, 5 - pulmonary artery, 6 - lung. a. 1, 3, 2, 4, 6, 5 b. 2, 5, 6, 4, 1, 3 c. 2, 4, 6, 5, 1, 3 d. 1, 2, 5, 6, 4, 3 3. The semilunar valves close because the pressure of blood in the ____ is > the pressure of blood in the ________. a. atria - ventricles b. ventricles - atria c. arteries - ventricles d. ventricles - arteries 4. A heart murmur caused by ________ indicates that some blood may be moving backwards in the heart. a. tachycardia (HR > 100 beats/min.) b. aerobic exercise c. bradycardia (HR < 40 beats/min.) d. valve damage 5. The myocardium of the heart is most similar to _______ skeletal muscle because both have lots of _______. a. red fiber - gap junctions b. red fiber - myoglobin c. white fiber - SR d. white fiber - gap junctions 6. If the X-axis is the volume of blood in the ventricle from empty to a normal fill volume and the Y-axis is the force of contraction of the ventricle, which line on figure 1 best describes this relationship called Starlings Law of the Heart? a.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course BIO 118 taught by Professor Bilgen during the Spring '08 term at University of Washington.

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118exam4-spring05 - Biology 118 - SPRING 2005 MAY 23, 2005...

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