Sample Exam Questions Exam 3 S08B

Sample Exam Questions Exam 3 S08B - BIOLOGY 30 EXAM 3...

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BIOLOGY 30 EXAM 3 SAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Multiple Choice. Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. Which of the following are true about HIV infection? a. T-helper cells are the most common cells infected by HIV b. The enzyme reverse transcriptase is responsible for transcribing HIV's RNA into DNA. c. HIV infects immune cells that are normally responsible for launching the battle to fight infections. d. The immune system continues to fight HIV infection once it is initiated, but the immune system eventually is destroyed. e. all of above are true Answer e 2. Which of the following are ways to become infected with HIV? a. Sexual contact with an infected person by either vaginal or anal intercourse. b. Use of needles contaminated with HIV when receiving a tattoo. c. Hugging an infected individual. d. a and b Answer d 3. Which of the following terms refers to the thin, watery fluid rich in proteins, low in sugars and fat and high in infection-fighting antibodies that a woman’s breasts produces between birth of her child and the beginning of milk production? a. lochia b. colostrum c. lactation d. postpartum e. after-birth Answer b 4. Of the main senses, ______ tends to predominate during sexual sharing. a. taste b. touch c. smell d. vision Answer b 5. All of the following occur during the plateau phase except __________. a. the penis becomes erect. b. testes elevate and engorge. c. clitoral glans retracts under hood. d. the uterus is fully elevated. Answer a 1
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6. Which of the following is NOT a cause for female infertility? a. Failure to ovulate regularly b. Woman’s cervical mucus can contain antibodies that attack sperm c. Sperm may not reach the egg due to formation of cervical mucus plug d. Infections such as PID and abnormalities of cervix, vagina uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries can prevent sperm from reaching egg e. All above are causes for female infertility. Answer e 7. Which of the following occurs during the second stage of labor? a. Regular contractions of the uterus that are short and mild in the beginning but which become longer and more intense as labor proceeds. b. Delivery of the placenta occurs during this stage. c. Passage of the baby through the birth canal or vagina and delivery in to the world. d. Rupture of the amniotic sac. e. All of above. Answer c 8. The rationale behind performing an episiotomy is/are ______________. a. An incision through skin and muscles of the perineum prevents tearing of these tissues if the baby’s head is too large. b. An incision through skin and muscles of the perineum would make delivery faster if the baby is in distress. c. An incision through skin and muscles of the perineum may be necessary if the baby is in an irregular position.
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