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Dr. S. Pavgi                                                                                                           BIO225, Exam I Total Points: 100                                                                                                   Fall Term 2008 BIO225, Principles of Animal Physiology Fall Term 2008, Exam 1 Answer all questions on Scantron. There is only one best answer to each question. Write  your name and student ID # on Scantron. Q1. Which of the following is/are regulatory system/s? a. Nervous system b. Digestive system c. Endocrine system d. All of the above e. a and c Q2. “Adaptation may be defined as a process of change in physiological functions that occurs  over 1- 2 weeks in response to a new environment.” a. True b. False Q3. Which of the following affects the phenotype (appearance and physiology) of an animal? Q4. Stimulation of insulin secretion in response to increasing blood glucose levels is an example  of ________________. Q5. Sheila weighs 105 pounds and Steve weighs 250 pounds, the predominant molecule in  Sheila’s body is _______________ and in Steve’s body it is ________________. 1
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Dr. S. Pavgi                                                                                                           BIO225, Exam I Total Points: 100                                                                                                   Fall Term 2008 2
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Dr. S. Pavgi                                                                                                           BIO225, Exam I Total Points: 100                                                                                                   Fall Term 2008
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