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LabMidterm 416K-Fall 06 - Name Bio416K Physiology and...

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Name __________________________ Bio416K Physiology and Functional Anatomy I Laboratory Midterm Exam Fall ‘06 Bubble-in your answers to the multiple choice questions 1- 25 on your scantron sheet and indicate the choices on your test paper. 1. Coronal sections divide the body into __________ and ____________ sections. a. Anterior and posterior b. Superior and inferior c. Medial and lateral d. Proximal and distal 2. Pseudostratified columnar epithelium is best described as a __________________. a. Simple squamous epithelium where the cells vary in shape and so not all the cells reach the apical surface of the tissues b. Simple columnar epithelium where the cells vary in height and so not all the cells rest on and are attached to the basement membrane c. Simple cuboidal epithelium where the cells vary in height and so not all the cells reach the apical surface of the tissues d. Simple cuboidal epithelium where the cells vary in width and so not all the cells reach the apical surface of the tissues e. Simple columnar epithelium where the cells vary in height and so not all the cells reach the apical surface of the epithelium 3. A hyposmotic solution will always be________________________. 4. While recording an EEG, you ask the subject to open their eyes and look at a colorful painting. What do you anticipate will happen to the recorded amplitudes of alpha waves? 5. If you combine one liter of 6M NaCl with two liters of 3M glucose, what is the total concentration (molarity) of the final solution? 1
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