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INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY 131 Examination III, December 12, 2006 VERSION A (Yellow) Please bubble in your Student ID number, bubble in Test Form A, and keep your eyes on your own exam. Please choose the best answer: 1. The length of the urethra in the female is: a. one and a half inches b. three inches c. six inches d. one half inch 2. The following is not true about the bladder: a. three layers of smooth muscle make up the wall. b. the muscle is called detrusor muscle. c. the trigone is the area marked by the exit of the ureters and the entrance of the urethra. d. the ureters have a fold of mucous membrane to prevent urine from entering the ureters upon micturition. 3. Hypersecretion of the thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) causes a. cretinism b. myxedema c. goiter if individual is deficient in iodine d. acromegaly 4. The superior pole of the left kidney is at which vertebral level? 5. A podocyte is a/an:
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2 6. Aldosterone from the adrenal cortex acts on the _____to raise the blood pressure. 7. The greatest amount of water in the glomerular filtrate is reabsorbed in the: a. parietal layer of the Bowman’s capsule b. distal convoluted tubule c. proximal convoluted tubule d. loop of Henle 8. The most important structure in determining the constituents in the glomerular filtrate is the:
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