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BIOL 2414 Fall 2018 Exam 1 Review Exam 1 will have 38 questions of which 22 are multiple choice (2 pts each), 12 are fill in the blank (3 pts each), and 4 are short answer (5 pts each). Each chapter is equally represented in each section of the exam. Ch. 19 1. Describe the functions of the circulatory system 2. Describe blood composition and its percentages 3. Identify examples of plasma proteins 4. Identify the main paths of hemopoiesis 5. Describe the steps of erythropoiesis 6. Classify leukocytes by their structure 7. Identify the role of heparin during coagulation 8. Identify the appropriate blood donors or recipients when given a blood type 9. Describe the steps of agglutination 10. Identify blood disorders or diseases and their symptoms Ch. 20 1. Define diastole, systole 2. Compare and contrast systemic circulation and pulmonary circulation 3. Describe the tissue layers of the heart 4. Identify the vessels of the coronary circulation system 5.
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