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Unformatted text preview: Form A Namol'print'j: % _ Fifi?) 31 ITSJI Fall EUUS [thhMi Nanuflflgny_ EXA M 2 SELECT THE SINGLE BEST ANSWER FER EACH HF THE FULLflWING: {2.5 ooinla for each question} 1. Which of hhfi following cell types i5 involved in both spooiriu and nonspecific immunH rHHpon595? a. mvmory Cells 1: . J3PITi1SJE'II'J:‘Ty' H5 v intorforoh d. macrophages H. nalural killer cells P. Cilia linino tho Tfifipirdlflry tubes boat muons upward in ordor no: a. muiHLHn the benthifllfifi+ h. conduct tho mucus that contains particlan and'haotaria to tho pharynx and away from tho lungs. o. provide muoufi to th luogo :o prevent :hem From dohydra:inq. o. luhrioaiv the throat for EHHEHI swallowing. 9. promote gao vahange by providing muuua for :he rosplrfltgry ouriaoos. 3. EDlYSfiCChEIidES {fiuuh as Starch] are digented into {5uch a3 glucose}, which are ahflurbed by the and ro1oased into the a..monosaoohdridés, large intestine. lymph o. monosaocharidos, large lfitflELinE; blood o.-disacoharides, large intestine, blood d. monosaooharideo, small intestine, blood a. dioaocharidfia, small integtine, lymph 4. RopthEH dominatefi the: o. Pratorozoio eon. b. Paleozoic era. o. Meaazoic era. d. CCflGZDiL are. E. Trioosi: era. 5; Ih the déutoioazomos the hiastooore gives rise to: E1. coolom. 1).. gut. 13. 3,111.15. d. mouih. e: oos‘ril. t. Which of the following suinents dc fin? provide energy fsr animals? tats h} carbohydrates C. prntvifls vitamins a. fill at tnsss prsvi'e energy. in 7. The most rnssnt mass extinsliun, which nssunrad during the “FHtHCEDUE perindfi may have been mausEd by as extra ill-Eat trom the sum.- h. the pull of 1h? moon on Earth. n. Lhu dinosaurs. d. a mates: hitting Earthl e. volcanic eruptions B. MHHL animals sshihi: tne Enliswing structures sr Eunntinns sxuvpt s1 nnruuus and muscle 1Essue. b. cells last call Halls. n. nutntrnphis nutrition. d. HEKHH] reproductiun. @. bath a and s 9. Which immune cells Hun kill cansnrnus cells that lash MHC marknrn? a. tifnctur H tells h. tytstnsic T nulls s. natural killer cells d. butt nytulsxi: I cellfl and natural kills: cells s. all of the choices 10. Which of 1 .he isllnwing Ulgflflfi nf the di gesti vE sysr.em is different. from the ether inur nscanss it does N- T produce any secrsLinns t.T.at sin in the digestive prnimss? n. itnmach h. -1vnr n. cnlnn 'd. pannrens e. salivary gland 11. Which.of the fallow Hg is sat a ssmgnnest sf tlnnn plasma? 3. erythrncytaa h. waste nrsdunis s. dissolved gases d. salts E. proteins 13. Hhién sf tne ft: _swing depicts the -tnrrst * sequnncs of nlnt fnrmatisn? a. :hrmmbin pinthrnmhin fibrinngen fibrin h. prnthrnmhin thrombin fibrinogen £ihri_n c. prnthrcmbifi tirembin Fibri: fib .nugen d. flhTinflgEn prnthrsmbin thrumbin fin rIH e. pinthrnmbin :hrnmhi: fibrinngen erythrnnytes rd 13. What LH the main nitrogenous waste excreted by an Darrich? El . {lTflIflGnLa h. nitrate fl. nlLriIH d. urea E. uric acid 14, HDW flOEE fa? enter the hinge tzrculatthn? a. across the lining 0f Lhe mouth h. HUFGSE the small intCSZine i'ning c. acrnsn the 51umdu? i;ning d. thruugh the lymph e. ECTGES the large iflieH1iHH lining LJ. Which hi the Foilhwing statemtntn in true nf FIILEHtinn by the human kidneys? J. hhuuL 25h ul “he platma [ageing threuqn the ninmvrnlnn hechmnt paJL u! Lhe ulnmetnlar filtrate. b. Salutes dissolved in the pinata, such as glucnsn. amtnn acids? and various salts banana part a! the filtrate. c. The nnrmal QlflmtlLlu: $-1L:HIinn rate and: up tt ahnu- ED h every Rd hours. d. Apprnximately 75? hi Lhu fiIIIH'F '9 reahsarhec into LLe h1nun rnr-rmgr the renal LubnluJ. h. THP riltratlhn membrane nzeventx the paseaqe 5f calls. but Hilflwfi large molecules Eu puss Lhruuqh. REE!“ in H1? :‘Ir'rigrfmr: pf flwimman Ham in Figurr Exrmt2~1 to answer fhejbflmflmg qxgusliml. HEW}: EmmE—I Inf-The chrre‘ctjshquhnre In! hlned flew. hegi'mfingat the-nhlmhliaryarter}? and paging fhraugh t he syntémafic cit-:ulatien, if. '«n. flfi—fiwfi—sysiumfit—Zfi. b.5-6—3—5y5hflhahc—ErI—413 t; 3—645—5ysten1afic-é—I—E. .h: 4—5—3nsyttennaHnAZ-1-5. a. 2-1—4-Ey5ienmaflc~3-5—5. "_n-J. 1?. It Bill travele io a toreign ceurtry and picks up the parasite :het Rdueee amoebi: dysente:y, the presence of Large numbere of which type of white blood cell will indicate thaL he has e PdFdHiCE? a. Eeflophile b. Lymphocytes o. Monooytes fl. Neultophiis e. Eooinophile 13. Whiut of theso.is NET aesoc1etod with antibody function? a. Complement reactions b. quiutinetjnh Ah MHnLtalizatioh of :oxins d. Phaqooytonie e. hii of Lheee are aoeoeieled with antibody anotions 19. Homeohtntio mechanieme are Jrooeseee thar: I a. eonnee1 distant ports or the body by erneportino mfltfirifl1fi. b. store and release tool needed for eeiiulhr respiration. o. maintain a relatively constant internal environment. d. relay. yrooeee, and slore intermetion. e. 50th b and u. EU. Whieh of Ike Ioiiowing e:e connective :ifinuea? n. adipose tissue. cartilage. bone, and blood h. adipose tiSEUe, hiood. skin. and body fluid o. red h1ooo cello, whiLe bleed cells. and platelets d. cartilage, bone, and ASH H. two or the above are correct 21. By definition, an eetotherm e. is cold—hloofied b. ie warm-bloodefi e. obtain most of its-heat from its environment d. hee a body temperature the: varies depends on its age e- oen.genereto enough metehoiie heel Lo heEo its body warm 9?. Whieh'of the following is not true about helpet T cells? a. They iflnctien.in the humfltal immune response- h, They reoognize antigens and secrete interleukin-1 to.kil1 them. C. Thev beer setteee C04 eo-reoeptore- d. They are subjeoi to infection by HIV. e. When eotivatee. they secrete interleukin—2. :23. Digestion of protein begins in the: a- moJLh. b. stomach, o. dnodehum. fl. eeopnegue. t. leree tnreetino_ 24. You are trying Lu identify an Organ15m. I: id an animal, but it dues .nut have nerve or muscle tlSEUH. its Dudy shape in asymmetry. TL '3 a. a Flatwvrm_ b. a jcllvfish. fl. H ruund warm. d. a spunga. c. an insect. F5. whiuh hurmune stimulates the pruduntinn Hf bicarbohat: inta the flmflll jnteutiwv? a. Gastrin h. Has1*ir inhibitor? peptide Cu flhnlfinyfllukZHin d. Secretin e. Hntidiureti: hormone an. n man survjvfis fur Ed huuxs in Death valley with nu water :u drink. Hi5 klood IEVHZ “r Ann is a. lmwer than usual b. higher than usual C. the same A. uvru E. nana HT THE dhnve ?l. The first heart sound club} :3 pruduced by :losinq sf the _ _ and valvea. a. aortic aemjinnar; pulmonary semiiunar b+ riqht atriuventrinLlar; aurzic semilunnr u. left atrioventricular; pulmunary semilunar d. right atriavantricular: left atrinventriculnr E. pulmonary semilunar; let: at:iovadtr;culaz 28. Una purpose sf :he lymphatic fiysLem la La: a. trauspurL nu1rients and cxvqen. b; drain excess fluid Exam body tissues. c. bluflk Lhe transport of blsod prnueinu. d. produce Ted bland cells. E. deliver tarbbn diaxide t5 the heart. 29. The fififiyme founfi ih tears that can d gaat bacterial cell walls Ls Called: . phaguayme. lyauzyme- interffiron. . nyzokine. . Edie uf Lhu above @‘fl.fl E m '..H 3G. HuLh aquatic ans terrestrial amganisms fins: have scrnss which gas sachangs can take glans. a. a rssp:ratc:y.sys:sm 'b. tracheal tubes c. gills and lungs d. eraLifisd squamous fiflithfilifll tissue a. a moist surface 31. Huriug expiration, the diaphrdgfi and the vnTums Hf the thoracic cavity. a. relaxes: lnnTPfises b. csntractSJ increases a. relaxes: daurQHSBB d- contrau131 flwureases s- nuns st :hs ahflua 32. Match the animal nu the let: with thfi apprupriats sxcrstsry HyHIHm L111 the right. 5. grassthoppsrs A. prozflnsphridial sysLsm ii. sarthwnrms H. mvtanephridial system iii._ilatwnrms C. Muipighian tubules a. i = E; ii = fl; iii - B b 1 — E; ii = E: iii — A s. i I E; ii = E; ii; = A d. i = H: ii = A: iii — C e. i — E; ii = H: iii = C u For short answer questions, give concise, intelligible answers; complete sentences are not necessary. [ fipts] Listed below are three difierent animals. Fill in the blank spaces below the name of each animal with the tollowing information: Type of respiratory system it: uses for gas exchange. whether or not the circulatory system is the primary mechanism for oxygen transport to the hotly tissues {indie-ate ”yes“ or ‘“no"}. and whether the circulatory system is open, closerL or absent. Planarian flatworm Farthts'orm Grassho 2!. r Type of respiratory system: bbdj sniff” b 0‘9! 5&1“an fraud/I 31$ tiii I'onlntnrs' system transport oaygen'? 9‘ U 2 €65 “'3 Circulatory system transport nntrienls'? 44,0 7 BS __ ze—S L“ r l't "‘I-t imitaorysystm {LlJSGW‘t‘ Glfijed fl E‘P‘.‘ open. closed, or sheet? [opts] Fill in the blank At 1' The chambers of the heart that receive blood from the veins are the r aw. an inerease in blood vessel diameter is known as Vaap d‘tflf‘ ”1 Ell- 5 “(in plasma by volume. 5's ~60 Otis Digestion is essentially completed in the Blood is approximately one/iii: initi'l‘iflfi tr e HALF NEH" {[ are phagocytic cells that make up the majority of WBCs. The minimum amount ol~ air always present in the respiratory system {after blowing out all you can) is called FESIdH-ai Vii} lit-Me. [2 pts}Laheling: Label :hc f$:r Chambera of the csw’s Ezcmach Ruwm Omaha; fact; “In“ iratary system by using the =:achea. flroachus. Branchiuler. {T ptstabaling: Label a human :95; foliowinq: Nasal cavitv. larynx; T ALvEUlus, Diaphragm. ...
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