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BIO 240 – SPRING 2008 – EXAMINATION #1 TEST #_______ INTRODUCTION, CELLS, TISSUES, INTEGUMENT, BONE READ THESE DIRECTIONS 1. This test will be over and all papers must be turned at 10 minutes before the hour. There are NO EXCEPTIONS. 2. There are three things to do before starting the test: FIRST Write your name and test number at the top of the computer sheet. SECOND Fill in the bubbles for your name (last, first) on the back of the computer sheet. THIRD Write your name and test number on the front and back of the written answer sheet. 3. Read the ACADEMIC HONOR CODE below: The University of North Carolina is committed to the proposition that the pursuit of truth requires the presence of honesty among all involved. It is therefore this institution’s stated policy that no form of dishonesty among its faculty or students will be tolerated. Although all members of the university community are encouraged to report occurrences of dishonesty, each individual is principally responsible for his or her own honesty. 4. At the end of the test turn in your computer sheet and written answer sheet. You may keep the rest of the test. The key will be posted on my bulletin board after I have collected all of the tests. _________________________________________________________________________________ Each of the following questions or incomplete statements below is followed by suggested answers or completions. Select the one BEST answer in each case and fill in the appropriate circle on the computer sheet. (2 pts each) 1. ALL of the following are primarily studies of anatomy (as opposed to physiology) EXCEPT: A) observing the arrangement of cells in the adrenal gland B) describing the process by which nerve impulses are transmitted C) exploring the embryonic origins of endocrine cells D) finding the location of the biceps femoris muscle E) identifying types of tissues present in the walls of the intestinal tract 2. Which of the following correctly lists the levels of organization in increasing order of complexity? A) cellular, tissue, chemical, system, organ, organism B) chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism C) tissue, cellular, chemical, organ, system, organism D) chemical, tissue, cellular, system, organ, organism E) organism, system, organ, tissue cellular, chemical 3. Which of the following best indicates the relationship between structure and function? A) Structure and function are wholly independent of each other. B) Structure determines function. C) Form (structure) follows function. D) Both B and C are correct. E) A, B, and C are correct. 1
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4. The two body systems that regulate homeostasis are the A) cardiovascular and respiratory systems. B) cardiovascular and urinary systems. C) cardiovascular and endocrine systems.
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