SampleBILD2FinalProblems - 1 Through how many capillary...

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1. Through how many capillary beds must a red blood cell of a human travel if it takes the shortest possible route from the right ventricle to the right atrium? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 E. 1 2. Which of these conclusions is supported by the research of both Went and the Darwins on shoot responses to light? A. When shoots are exposed to light, a chemical substance migrates toward the light. B. Agar contains a chemical substance that mimics a plant hormone. C. A chemical substance involved in shoot bending is produced in shoot tips. D. Light stimulates the synthesis of a plant hormone that responds to light. E. Once shoot tips have been cut, normal growth cannot be induced. 3. Chandler and Monica cannot produce children, because Chandler’s sperm have low motility. What could cause Chandler’s sperm to have low motility? A. His anterior pituitary produces insufficient GnRH. B. His levels of LH are too high. C. His sperm did not spend enough time in the epididymis D. His sperm have a defect in the actin-myosin system that powers flagellae. E. His polar bodies require cooler temperatures. 4. Most of the water within xylem vessels moves toward the top of a tree as a result of A. osmosis in the root. B. active transport of ions. C. atmospheric pressure on roots. D. evaporation of water through stomata. E. the force of root pressure. 5. Grave's disease leads to hyperthyroidism because A. antibodies stimulate the thyrotropin receptor B. antibodies attack the thyroid hormone receptor C. cytotoxic T cells break down the thyroid D. helper T cells mature in the thyroid E. external stimuli cause the body to cool down 6. All of the following statements about lymphocytes are true EXCEPT: A. They may mature in either bone marrow or the thymus gland. B. All cells differentiate only from pluripotent stem cells. C. Many cells populate organs, such as the spleen or the tonsils, after maturity. D. All cells are produced in bone marrow. E. They are contained only within the lymphatic vessels and nodes. F. 7. Chemical digestion of protein begins in the
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A. mouth B. stomach C. gall bladder D. small intestine E. colon 8. In which type of animal would you expect to find a cecum? A. hydra B. human C. fruit fly D. rabbit E. shark 9. Which of the following song titles, album titles, or song lyrics best describes transport in plants? A. Hit me baby one more time! B. If I only had a brain… C. Hey dirty baby I’ve got your money. D. Should I stay or should I go? E. Free your mind… 10. Shortly after ingesting a big plate of spaghetti, you measure changes in insulin and glucagon levels in your blood. What results would you expect? A. high insulin, low glucagon
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  • E., T Cell, Major histocompatibility complex, MHC class I, b. c. d., A. Regulative Interaction B. Global Signaling C. Gastrulation D. Localized Determination E. Stem Cell Division Which

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