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Exam 1 review
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A. an isotonic solu5on B. a hypotonic solu5on C. a hypertonic solu5on D. blood plasma Crena5on (shrinking) is likely to occur in blood cells immersed in ________.
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Each of the hip bones is comprised of _____ separate bone(s). A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4
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A. pivot, hinge, and ball and socket B. symphysis, sacroiliac, and ar5cular C. hinge, saddle, and ellipsoidal D. sutures, syndesmoses, and gomphoses Fibrous joints are classified as ________.
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The arrangement of bones and muscles of the pectoral girdle is such that there is a high degree of ________ but a low level of ______. A. strength; length B. flexibility; stability C. stability; flexibility D. flexibility; endurance
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Which of the following correctly lists the three structural types of joints? A. Bony, car5laginous, immovable B. Synarthro5c, diarthro5c, amphiarthro5c C. Fibrous, car5laginous, synovial D. Sutures, syndesmoses, gomphoses
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The anatomy of a body part is in5mately 5ed to its specific func5on. Scien5sts call this the principle of ___________. A. hierarchical organiza5on B. complementarity C. homeostasis D. nega5ve feedback
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Which of the following synovial joint components is responsible for secre5ng synovial fluid? A. Ar5cular car5lage B. Synovial cavity C. Ar5cular capsule D. Synovial membrane
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What is the defini5on of homeostasis? A. The ability to maintain rela5vely stable external condi5ons even though the inside world changes con5nuously B. When the output shuts off the original effect of the s5mulus C. The response enhances the original s5mulus so that the response is accelerated D. The ability to maintain rela5vely stable internal condi5ons even though the outside world changes con5nuously
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If someone has broken a leg, he or she has damaged the ________ division of the body. A. dorsal B. appendicular C. superficial D. axial
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A group of concentric rings of bone matrix, comprising the func5onal unit of long bones, is called a(n) __________. A. lamella B. osteon C. pillar system D. Sharpey’s system
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Phospholipids orient themselves in aqueous solu5ons such that __________. a. the polar heads are pointed toward the center of the membrane b. the nonpolar tails are oriented toward the interior of the cell, next to the cytoplasm c. the polar heads and nonpolar tails alternate facing inward d. the polar heads face the interior and exterior of the cell with the tails forming the center of the membrane
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An area in the body exposed to the external environment would be composed of which of the following 5ssue types?
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