Bio 9G S07 Midterm 1 Version A

Bio 9G S07 Midterm 1 Version A - Bio 96 Midterm ] version A...

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Unformatted text preview: Bio 96 Midterm ] version A Before the Exam Begins: 1. Pull out the scantron form, write in your name, and bubble in your Student ID. 2. Make sure your phone is OFF and PUT AWAY. Ml Dream \ T llBl‘Slllll A Please Ill! not begin the exam until instructed to [In an During the exam: 1. Make sure you have A pages with 2:1 total questions. 2. Mark your chosen answers on your exam booklet. 3. Use only a pencil and eraser. No pen or calculators. 4. There will be no bathroom breaks during the exam. When you Finish the Exam: 1. MAKE SURE you bubbled in your Student ID. 2. MAKE SURE every question has an answer. 3. MAKE SURE every question has ONLY ONE answer. Any of these mistakes on your scantron form makes it unreadable by the scanner. If your form cannot be read, your grade will not be posted. 4. Show your student ID when you turn in your exam. You must have a UCI ID to receive a grade on the midterm. Other ID cannot be used. Good luck! Bio 90 Midterm 1 Version A 7. The ania contract during: a. Ventricular ejection Isovolumic ventricular relaxation b. c. Isovolumic ventricular contraction d. Late diastole Atrial systole 8. During ventricular systole, which of the following does NOT happen? a. The AV valves close X . b. The semilunar valves open x c. The volume of blood in the ventricles falls d. The ventricular muscle contracts x G) The “dup” heart sound is heard shown? Ventricular ejection . Isovolumic ventricular relaxation c. Isovolumic ventricular contraction d. Atrial systole 7 9. In the figure to the right, what phase of the cardiac cycle is being 10. The “lub” heart sound is caused by: 34 The atria contracting b. The semilunar valves opening The AV valves closing Blood traveling from the atria to the ventricles eg Blood traveling from the ventricles to the arteries 11. In mitral prolapse: a. The mitral valve bulges into the ventricle when the atria contract b. The mitral valve allows blood to leak through when closed c. The ventricles cannot contract as fully e) The left AV valve closes but bulges into the atria 12. An infection of the heart tissue (including valves) is called: a. Valvitis b. Echocardium c. Reguritation ® Endocarditis e. Stenosis Bio 96 Midterm 1 Vfrsion A 19. What EKG wave has just finished in this image (depolarized regions are darker grey? P wave b. QRS-wave c. T wave d. leaue. 20. What EKG wave is caused by ventricular repolarization? a. P wave (E QRS wave 0. T wave i? d. U—wave o 21. A single region of the ventricular muscle acts as an SA node and causes abnormal timing of a normal ventricular depolarization. This conduction disease is called: @ Atrial fibrillation Ventricular fibrillation 4 c. ASL-block ' d. PWOHS 22. Which disease we discussed in lecture is immediately fatal? a. Atrial fibrillation b. Ventricular fibrillation ” C? AV block ‘ . Premature ventricular contractions 23. What is special about arterioles? a. They can be shut to block blood flow 13- TW 0. TWme—elastivfiran‘oflfmels They are very thin 24. Compliance is a measurement of: WW grows a. b. How quickly blood travels in a vessel 0. The cross-sectional area of a blood vessel @ How stretchy a blood vessel is under pressure 25. Pulse pressure in a normal individual: @ Is the difference between systolic and diastolic pressure b. Is equal to 100 mm Hg c. Is higher than blood pressure in the left ventricle d. ' ‘ Is—measured—m-the-vemsoflhe arm Bio 9G Midterm 1 Version A Before the Exam Begins: 1. Pull out the scantron form, write in your name, and bubble in your Student ID. 2. Make sure your phone is OFF and PUT AWAY. Version A Please do not begin the exam until instructed to do so. During the exam: 1. Make sure you have u pages with m total questions. 2. Mark your chosen answers on your exam booklet. 3. Use only a pencil and eraser. No pen or calculators. 4. There will be no bathroom breaks during the exam. When you Finish the Exam: 1. MAKE SURE you bubbled in your Student ID. 2. MAKE SURE every question has an answer. 3. MAKE SURE every question has ONLY ONE answer. Any of these mistakes on your scantron form makes it unreadable by the scanner. If your form cannot be read, your grade will not be posted. 4. Show your student ID when you turn in your exam. You must have a UCI ID to receive a grade on the midterm. Other ID cannot be used. Good luck! Bio 9G Midterm 1 Version A 1. You have exam version A. Please bubble in an “a” for question 1. 2. The pulmonary valve is found between: The aorta and the pulmonary artery The right atrium and the right ventricle The left ventricle and the pulmonary vein The right ventricle and the Qulmonary arteg The right atrium and the vena cava 999,62» 3. In the diagram to the right, the letter P represents: a. The vena cava . The left atrium The pulmonary vein . The pulmonary valve . The mitral valve b c d e 4. While studying with a friend, you point to a chamber of the heart that contains deoxygenated blood, a valve at its entrance, and a valve at its exit. What chamber are you pointing to? a. Right atrium b. Right ventricle 0. Left atrium d. Left ventricle 5. In the diagram to the right, the chamber “L” would be the: a. Right atrium b. Right ventricle c. Left atrium (1. Left ventricle 6. What phase comes after atrial systole? Ventricular ejection Isovolumic ventricular relaxation Isovolumic ventricular contraction Late diastole P-E‘P‘?’ Bio 9G Midterm 1 Version A 7. The atria contract during: Ventricular ejection Isovolumic ventricular relaxation Isovolumic ventricular contraction Late diastole Atrial systole 999g? 8. During ventricular systole, which of the following does NOT happen? a. The AV valves close b. The semilunar valves open c. The volume of blood in the ventricles fails (I. The ventricular muscle contracts e. The “dun” heart sound is heard 9. In the figure to the right, what phase of the cardiac cycle is being shown? Ventricular ejection Isovolumic ventricular relaxation Isovolumic ventricular contraction Atrial systole fi-PP‘P 10. The “lub” heart sound is caused by: The atria contracting The semilunar valves opening The AV valves closing Blood traveling from the atria to the ventricles Blood traveling from the ventricles to the arteries 0999‘?“ 11. In mitral prolapse: a The mitral valve bulges into the ventricle when the atria contract b. The mitral valve allows blood to leak through when closed c. The ventricles cannot contract as fully d. The left AV valve closes but bulges into the atria 12. An infection of the heart tissue (including valves) is called: a. Valvitis b. Echocardium c. Re guritation d. Endocarditis e. Stenosis Bio 9G Midterm 1 Version A 13. In mitral reguritation, blood flows back into the: a. Right ventricle 13. Right atrium c. Left ventricle (1. Left atrium e. Vena cava 14. In mitral stenosis, blood has difficuity: a. Staying in the atrium b. Moving into the ventricle 6. Moving into the artery d. Staying in the ventricle 15. In general, stenosis is: a. A hole in a valve A hole in a ventricle b. c. A thickening of a valve (1. A torn flap in a valve Use the pressure-volume loop to answer the following three questions: 16. What is the end diastolic volume in this figure? 120 b. 65 mL 2 c. 80 mL g d. 135 mL a 8“ e. 120 mL 2 a. E 3 40 , , . . E 17. What IS occurring between F and J 1n thls figure? g a. Ventricular ejection E b. Isovolumic ventricular contraction c. Isovolumic ventricular relaxation o 35 100 135 d. Late diastole and atrial systole Len ventrlcuiar volume (mL) 18. What is the maximal pressure this blood is under? a. 10 mmHg b. 65 mmHg c. 80 mmHg (1. 135 mmHg e. 120 mmHg Bio 96 Midterm 1 Version A 19. What EKG wave has just finished in this image (depolarized regions are darker grey? a. P wave b. QRS wave 0. T wave d. U wave 20. What EKG wave is caused by ventricular repolarization? a P wave b. QRS wave c. T wave d. U wave 21. A single region of the ventricular muscle acts as an SA node and causes abnormal timing of a normal ventricular depolarization. This conduction disease is called: a. Atrial fibrillation b. Ventricular fibrillation c. AV block (I. Premature ventricular contractions 22. Which disease we discussed in lecture is immediately fatal? a. Atrial fibrillation b. Ventricular fibrillation c. AV block d. Premature ventricular contractions 23. What is special about arterioles? The}; can be shut to block blood flow They contain valves They are more elastic than other blood vessels They are very thin 999*? 24. Compliance is a measurement of: a. How much longer a blood vessel gets as a person grows b. How quickly blood travels in a vessel c. The cross~sectional area of a blood vessel (1. How stretchy a blood vessel is under pressure 25. Pulse pressure in a normal individual: a. Is the difference between systolic and diastolic pressure b. Is equal to 100 mm Hg c. is higher than blood pressure in the left ventricle d. Is measured in the veins of the arm Bio 9G Midterm 1 Version A 26. When a person is at rest, the majority of blood pumped out of the heart goes to: The lungs and heart The digestive system and kidneys The bones and skin The brain and heart 999's» The scantron machine cannot grade your exam if you have not bubbled in y0ur 8-digit Student ID number. It will grade your exam WRONG if you did not bubble in the correct exam version for Question 1. Please go back and make sure you bubbled your exam version correctly. ...
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