bio110 prelim2 prac que - Ma2.25 14.1 Archimedes statement,...

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Ma2.25 14.1 Archimedes’ statement, “Give me a place to stand--and I shall move the world” implies the importance of A) an anchor to generate force against. B) tools C) gravity D) electricity E) electrons 14.2 Muscles are anchored to bones by the A) fast twitch muscles. B) slow twitch muscles C ) tendons D) ligaments E) cartilage 14.3 Red blood cells are formed in the A) liver B) heart C) kidney D ) bone marrow E) vena cava 14.4. Red blood cell formation in the bone marrow is stimulated by erythropoietin produced by the: A) liver. B) satellite cells. C ) kidney. D) fast twitch muscles. E) slow twitch muscles. OK14.5 The extracellular matrix of bones is made out of A) calcium B) phosphate C) collagen D) all of the above E) both 1 and 2 14.6 Place the following in order from smaller to bigger : A ) actin, sarcomere, muscle fiber, muscle B) sarcomere, muscle fiber, muscle, actin C) muscle, sarcomere, muscle fiber actin D) actin, muscle fiber, sarcomere, muscle E) actin, muscle, muscle fiber, sarcomere
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OK14.7 The energy available from ATP hydrolysis appeared smaller the energy needed for muscle contraction because A) Muscles do not obey the First Law of Thermodynamics B) Muscles do not obey the Second Law of Thermodynamics C) The ATP is continuously replenished from creatine phosphate D) The ATP comes from glycolysis only E) The ATP comes from cellular respiration 14.8 The observations that the A band stayed the same size during contraction while the I band became shorter led to the: A) sliding filament model B) elastic actin model C) elastic myosin model D) elastic actomyosin model E) I-A model of contraction 14.9. The husband and wife team of Vladimir Engelhardt and Militza Lyubimova violated one of the canons of biochemistry in the 1930s by: A) isolating a soluble enzyme B) looking for enzyme activity in the insoluble residue C) isolating digestive enzymes D) isolating insulin E) isolating glucagons 14.10 Myosin is A) an enzyme found in gastric juice B) an enzyme secreted by the salivary glands C) an enzyme secreted by the small intestine D) an enzyme secreted by the pancreas E) a mechanochemical transducer that couples the chemical energy of ATP to the mechanical energy of contraction 14.11. Rigor morti s results from A) an overproduction of ATP B) the lack of ATP C) the conversion of creatine phosphate into ATP D) a stimulation of glycolysis E) a stimulation of cellular respiration 14.12 Fast twitch muscles rely on ____________respiration for energy while slow twitch muscles rely on_________ respiration. A) anaerobic, aerobic B) anaerobic, anaerobic C) aerobic, aerobic D) aerobic, anaerobic E) none of the above
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14.13 Fast twitch muscles store energy as ____________while slow twitch muscles store energy as_________. A) fat, glycogen
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