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252_practice_4 - Human Physiological Anatomy II MVSC 252...

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Human Physiological Anatomy II May 1, 2006 MVSC 252 Final Exam Test Code: ________ Instructions: There are 88 multiple choice questions, each worth 2.5 points, for a total of 220 points. Make sure you have the entire exam before you begin. Remember to put your name and TEST CODE on your scantron. Multiple Choice. Choose the one best word or phrase which answers the question or completes the statement. Place these answers on the SCANTRON. At the end of the exam turn in your scantron in the box for your test code at the front of the room. 1) Which of the following absorbs most of the nutrients that we ingest? A) A B) B C) C D) D E) E 1
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2) In the following diagram the structure indicated by the arrow moves the eye: A) laterally B) medially C) upward and outward D) downward only E) superiorly 2
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3) In the following diagram, identify the structure indicated by the arrow. A) tympanic membrane B) vestibule C) round window D) cochlea E) oval window 4) Actual transduction of photons of light into an electrical (action or graded) potential occurs at the: A) lens B) ganglion cell C) rod/cone D) cornea E) optic disc 5) Concerning taste, which of the following statements is FALSE? A) Most taste buds can transduce all tastes. B) Taste is a type of chemoreception. C) Salty flavors are transduced by the opening of Na + channels. D) The names 'fungiform', 'filiform', 'circumvallate', and 'foliate' refer to types of taste buds. E) Tasting a food causes reflexive salivation. 3
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6) The olfactory nerve: A) is also known as the olfactory bulb B) synapses with receptor cells in the nasal mucosa C) axons form the olfactory tract D) sends action potentials directly to the olfactory cortex E) dendrites contain receptors that transduce the sense of smell 7) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A) found in joints - proprioceptors B) found in blood vessels - Merkel's disks C) transduce mechanical displacement - nociceptors D) found in viscera (intestines) - exteroceptors E) transduce stretch of a tendon - muscle spindles 8) An image in located in your right visual field would be interpreted by cells of the: A) right occipital lobe B) right parietal lobe C) left occipital lobe D) left parietal lobe E) left temporal lobe 9) Hair cells, endolymph, basilar membrane, and vestibular membrane: A) are found in the inner ear B) describe the semicircular canals C) transduce smell D) transduce balance E) describe the utricle and saccule 4
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10) You are standing up and twirling around and around until you become dizzy. What structure would transduce this sensation? A) the utricle B) the cochlea C) the vestibule D) the semicircular canals E) the saccule 11) The Islets of Langerhans: A) are found in the small intestine B) produce insulin and glucagon C) are regulated by the hypothalamus directly D) are found in the spleen E) produce CCK and secretin 12) _______________ STIMULATES the production of a hormone containing iodine. A) corticotropin releasing hormone (CRH)
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