CHA 101 Midterm II W17 GIVEN.pdf - CHA 101 MIDTERM II Winter Quarter PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS prior to beginning the test 1 DO NOT begin until

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CHA 101 MIDTERM IIWinter Quarter March 06, 2017 PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS priorto beginning the test. 1.DO NOTbegin until instructed to do so. 2.You will have 50 minutesto complete this exam. All exams must be turned in within 5 minutes after the allotted time. Exams submitted after that time WILL NOTbe accepted. 3.Read all questions carefully. Questions concerning the content of the exam will NOT be answered during the exam period. A “gripe sheet” is attached at the end of the exam if you believe a question is vague or ambiguous. However, if you find a mistake on the exam, please bring it to the attention of an instructor or exam proctor and an announcement will be made to the entire class. 4.!PRINTYOUR NAME CLEARLYon the SCANTRONform. 5.!WRITEyour 9-digit UC Davis STUDENT ID#on the SCANTRONform. 6.!BUBBLE INyour 9-digit UC Davis STUDENT ID#on the SCANTRONform. 7.!BUBBLE INTest Form 8.Please bubble in all answers darkly: NOT 9.Please erase all corrections completely. 10.NOTE: Do NOTreproduce (copy, photograph, scan, etc.), distribute or post electronically without the expressed written permission of the authors/editors. GOOD LUCK! AAA
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2017 Page 1 *** It is unlawful to reproduce (hand copy, photocopy, photograph, scan, etc.), post electronically, or otherwise distribute this exam, or any part of this exam, without the expressed written permission of the authors/editors: Douglas S. Gross, MD, PhD & Jennifer Plasse, MS(c) *** 1.The diaphragm A.cannot be controlled voluntarily B.separates the right and left pleural cavities C.is attached to the inferior ribs and the thoracic vertebrae D.gets its motor innervation from thoracic spinal nerves E.gets its motor innervation from sympathetic nerves 2.Blood in the pulmonary vein of a normal adult 3.Intercostal arteries arise from the 4.Contraction of the right ventricle causes the
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