Integrative Biology 131 - Fall 2003 - Diamond - Midterm 1

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Integrative Biology 131 Examination I October 13, 2003 Part I. Choose the best answer: 1. The layer closest to the sternum is the: a. serous pericardium b. epicardium c. fibrous pericardium d. myocardium 2. Which coat of an artery contains the endothelium? a. tunica media b. tunica adventitia c. tunica intima d. tunica brachialis 3. The interventricular sulcus houses the anterior and posterior coronary arteries. From where do they arise? a. brachiocephalic artery b. pulmonary artery c. aortic arch d. ascending aorta 4. Which of the following has a rich capillary bed? a. hyaline cartilage b. epithelium c. skeletal muscle d. an epiphyseal disc because it is the site of growing cartilage 5. Purkinje fibers: a. are smaller than ordinary cardiac muscle cells b. lie immediately beneath the epicardium c. serve as the conducting mechanism of the heart d. constitute the bundle of Hers 6. Papillary muscles are: a. covered by epicardium b. attached to the chordae tendinae c. made of smooth muscle d. synonymous with Purkinje fibers 7. During systole the: a. semilunar valves close b. atrioventricular valves open c. left ventricular wall relaxes d. atrioventricular valves close
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8. The unpaired branches of the abdominal aorta include: a. the renal artery b. the gonadal artery c. the common iliac artery d. the celiac artery which branches to supply the stomach, liver, pancreas, and spleen 9. The framework of compact bone consists of: a. Haversian systems b. trabeculae c. articular cartilage d. yellow marrow 10. Blood vessels and nerves from the periosteum penetrate the compact bone through the: a. Volkmann’s canals b. Haversian canals c. endosteum d. medullary cavity 11. Paget’s disease is an example of a disorder in which bone-producing and bone- destroying cells become uncoordinated in their activities. Which cells might be involved? a. astrocytes
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course IB 131 taught by Professor Diamond during the Fall '07 term at Berkeley.

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Integrative Biology 131 - Fall 2003 - Diamond - Midterm 1 -...

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