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THIRD 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 The upper Respiratory tract is closed when food is in your mouth. ____ 2. A. True B. False Digestion begins in the mouth. ____ 3. A. True B. False The pancreas has endocrine and exocrine secretions. ____ 4. A. True B. False. Hemoglobin is the molecule that breaks down fats in the stomach. ____ 5. A. True B. False The kidneys are found in the abdominopelvic cavity. ____ 6. A. True B. False Gravity is the major force that causes the food bolus to travel down the esophagus. ____ 7. A. True B. False Receptors that are found in the aortic arch and at the branching point of the internal and external carotid arteries can influence respiration. ____ 8. A. True B. False A counter current multiplier is the alternating contractions of muscle in the intestine to propel food. ____ 9. A. True B. False A paucity (i.e. lack) of androgens and estrogens hormones in utero will result in the person’s genetalia being phenotypically female. ____ 10. A. True B. False Sertoli (sustentacular) cells are supportive or “nurse” cells contained in the testes. II Multiple choice. Write the correct letter and also circle the correct answer on this sheet . Only one correct answer per question. (Two points each). ____ 11. The ________ contains C-shaped cartilaginous rings with dense regular connective tissue and smooth muscle. a. kidneys b. rectum c. trachea d. penis
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e. alveoli ____ 12. The direction of proper renal blood flow is (A = artery): renal A→ segmental A → a. arcuate A→lobar A→ interlobar A→ interlobular A→ afferent arteriole→ glomerulus→ efferent arteriole b. lobar A→ interlobar A→ arcuate A→ interlobular A→ afferent arteriole→ glomerulus→
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