Berg_Bild2MidKey2 - BILD 2 Winter Quarter, 2007 1 Name...

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BILD 2 Name ___ KEY ___________ Winter Quarter, 2007 1 BILD 2 SECOND MIDTERM EXAM KEY Winter Quarter, 2007 [NOTE: In the answers below, the information in parentheses is included for clarity or for alternative responses; it was not part of the required answer, i.e. full credit could be earned without including the material in parentheses.] __ Ricky__ _ 1. ( 5 points) __ Boris__ _ 2. (10 points) __ Ashley __ 3. (10 points) __ Amanda _ 4. (10 points) Francisco/Sarah 5. (15 points) ___ Jon Q __ 6. (10 points) __ _Nhan __ 7. (15 points) ___ Aimee _ 8. (15 points) __ Rachel_ _ 9. (10 points) GRADES ON THIS EXAM: A’s 79 B’s 65 C’s 46 [Top scores: Two 100 scores! First time ever!] - see grade chart at end for overall distribution - Remember the drill: If you have questions about your exam or think a question was graded incorrectly, first check the exam key. Then, if indicated, check with the TA who graded the question (see above). If they authorize a correction, they will report it to the instructor. If a disagreement remains, attached a note to the exam indicating which question(s) on the exam is in involved, and turn it in to the instructor who will regrade it. This should be done withn the first week following the return of the exams in class.
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BILD 2 Name ___ KEY ___________ Winter Quarter, 2007 2 1. (5 points) What is the main nitrogen-containing compound produced by mammals for excretion? What is the one produced by birds? Mammals: urea. Birds: uric acid. 2. (10 points) What are the functions of Alveoli – exchange gases (O 2 2 ) between (airspace in) the lungs and the (pulmonary capillary) blood supply. Apoplasts – move water (and dissolved components) efficiently along the outer surface of cells (by wick-like action) until forced to cross at least one cell membrane to enter the vascular system. Lateral meristems – generate secondary growth in plants. Parietal cells – secrete acid (HCl) into the stomach lumen to activate pepsin (from pepsinogin), kill bacteria (“sterilize”), and begin breaking down the food. Trypsin –
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2008 for the course BILD BILD 2 taught by Professor Schroeder during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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