Bio 102 Final Exam Review Session

Bio 102 Final Exam Review Session - 1 Know why the right...

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1) Know why the right answers are right and why the wrong ones are wrong 2) Katz a) Hormones i) What they do ii) What inhibits them iii) What they inhibit iv) What is the negative feedback v) Where they operate vi) Steroid receptors vii)Pituitary glands viii) Difference between oxytocin and prolactin b) Reproduction i) Where are the organs located ii) Order of “flow” for a male and female iii) Feedback loop with testosterone (diagram from slides) (1) Testosterone has a negative feedback on GnRH and LH (2) Inhibin inhibits FSH (3) Testosterone is responsible for a negative feedback on the anterior pituitary iv) Reproductive axis – the menstrual cycle c) Jurassic park question i) Even if there is a nucleus collected from a blood cell from blood sucking insects that there was no way to get a dinosaur because there are a lot of different things that allow gene transcription – there aren’t the right cytoplasmic determinants d) Endocrine system i) Hormones released by the pituitary ii) What the hormones do iii) What the inhibit iv) What they release or cause the release of v) Hypothalamic pituitary ________ axis (closed system of regulation and secretion) e) Block to polyspermy in echinoderms i) Fast block to polyspermy involves egg plasma membrane action potential, prevents additional sperm from entering ii) Slow block to polyspermy involves the cortical reaction (1) Corticle granules salt enzymes (2) Perivitelline f) Differentiation and determination 3) Brey a) Circulation i) Heart (1) Know all structures of the heart ii) Pressure is greatest near the aorta (1) Artery with the greatest amount of muscle (2) Surface area is increasing
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(3) The pressure is decreasing iii) Diffusion occurs in the capillaries iv) Pathway of blood v) Platelets are parts of cells vi) Synoatrial node
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