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exam2-2007 - SECOND LECTURE EXAM Only one answer per...

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SECOND LECTURE EXAM Biosc 210 Shoreline CC Only one answer per question. Assume Name _______________________________ normal anatomical and physiological conditions unless otherwise stated. Signature _______________________________ There are 7 pages to this test. I True/False. Write your answer next to the associated number. ALSO Circle your answer . Only one answer per question. (2 points each). ____ 1. A. True B. False Adult and fetal hemoglobin are identical. ____ 2. A. True B. False In the vascular system most exchange of nutrients, gases and wastes occur across capillaries. ____ 3. A. True B. False Gap junctional proteins are found within the intercalated disks. ____ 4. A. True B. False. Some spinal nerves can be found in the vertebral column. ____ 5. A. True B. False A dermatome is an area of the skin that lacks nervous innervation. ____ 6. A. True B. False Reflexes are fast, predictable automatic responses to changes in the body. ____ 7. A. True B. False A positive Babinski reflex is normal in adults. ____ 8. A. True B. False Cerebrospinal fluid is made by the choroid plexuses in the ventricles of the brain. ____ 9. A. True B. False The limbic system is the electrical conducting system within the heart. ____ 10. A. True B. False The reticular activating system is thought to be involved in sleep and wakefulness. II Multiple choice. On your SCANTRON sheet fill in the correct letter and also circle the correct answer on this sheet . Only one correct answer per question. (Two points each). ____
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