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HPH115 SQ2018 Midterm I Page 2 of 11 Name: _____________________________ Student ID: _________________________ HPH115 SQ2018 Midterm I (45 single best-answer, multiple-choice questions) (2 pts per question; 90 points in total) 1.Which of following is NOT psychoactive? a)8-Tetrahydrocannabinol (8-THC) b)Cannabigerol (CBG) c)Cannabinol (CBN) d)11-Hydroxy-9-THC (i.e., 11-OH-THC) e)All of the above 2.Sensimilla is a cannabis preparation made in the form of: 3.Which of the following statements about the THC content in various Cannabis plant preparations is true? 4.THC is: 5.Non-cannabinoids found in Cannabis plants include all of the following compounds except: a)terpenes b)flavonoids c)vitamin K d)fatty acidse)rimonabant
HPH115 SQ2018 Midterm I Page 3 of 11 6.About the constituents of Cannabis, there are/is: 7.Which of the following statements about the cannabis trichome is true? 8.THCA (acidic form) CAN NOT be converted into THC (neutral form) by: 9.Which of the following statements is true? a)The (+)-isomer of THC is biologically far more active than the ()-optical isomers (mirror image) of the compound b)Hyperthermia (an increase in core body temperature) is one of the “tetrad” of effects induced by THC administration c)11-hydroxy-9-THC (11-OH-THC), the major metabolic of 9–tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) formed in the liver, is psychoactive with potency lower than that of THC d)11-nor-9-carboxy-9-THC (THCCOOH), another metabolic of THC, is not psychoactive e)The potency of THC can be increased by an increase in its side chain length with a 9-carbon chain being optimal
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