309D S08 Exam _2 PQ - Bio 309D Exam #2 Practice Questions...

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Bio 309D Exam #2 Practice Questions Which of the following is NOT TRUE of hemoglobin? It a. is found in all blood cells. b. carries oxygen. c. is found only in red blood cells. d. contains iron e. makes blood red Which statement is NOT TRUE? a. Plasma is primarily water. b. Red blood cells carry oxygen. c. White blood cells defend the body against disease. d. Platelets are large cells that aid in blood clotting. e. Red blood cells make up 99% of blood cells. Neurons create electrical signals? a. True b. False The branch of the nervous system responsible for getting your body ready for "fight or flight" is the. .. a. Somatic Nervous system b. Central Nervous system c. Parasympathetic Nervous system d. Sympathetic Nervous system The branch of the nervous system responsible for "rest and repose" is the. .. a. Somatic Nervous system b. Central Nervous system c. Parasympathetic Nervous system d. Sympathetic Nervous system The branch of the nervous system responsible for controlling skeletal muscle is the. .. a. Somatic Nervous system b. Central Nervous system c. Parasympathetic Nervous system d. Sympathetic Nervous system Which of the following is NOT a part of the Hypothalamus-Pituitary Complex? a. Hypothalamus b. Anterior Pituitary c. Internior Pituitary d. Posterior Pituitary The anterior pituitary produces a. steroids b. tropic hormones c. non tropic hormones d. both b and c Myelin is a group of branched tendrils extending out from the cell body that receives info from neurons and the environment. a. True b. False Which of the following releases a hormone that stimulates the adrenal cortex? a. anterior pituitary b. posterior pituitary c. hypothalamus d. thyroid
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Excitatory neurotransmitters are more likely to produce action potential in a postsynaptic neuron. a. True b. False The posterior pituitary produces and releases its own hormones. a. True b. False Calcitonin is produced when there is too little calcium in your blood. a. True b. False FSH, LH, TSH, and ACTH are all __________ hormones? a. Posterior Pituitary b. Anterior Pituitary c. Thyroid d. Adrenal Which of the following hormones regulates the calcium in our blood by DECREASING calcium levels when they are too high? a. Glucagon b. Parathyroid c. Insulin d. Calcitonin Which muscle component is smallest? a. muscle cell b. myofibril c. myosin thick filament d. sarcomere e. muscle fiber Which of the following is NOT true of muscle. a. Skeletal muscle is attached to bone. b. The sarcomere is the contractile unit of skeletal muscle. c. Cardiac and smooth muscle are under involuntary control. d. All muscle is striated. e. Cardiac muscle is only found in the heart. It feels like you broke your ankle, but the doctor says you tore a ligament instead. What did you tear?
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course BIO 309D taught by Professor Jessicawandelt during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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309D S08 Exam _2 PQ - Bio 309D Exam #2 Practice Questions...

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