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Unformatted text preview: BlOL 301 Fall 2008 ++ SENTENCE COMPLETION ++ In this group of questions, select the answer choice that best completes the statement or best answers the question. 1. A sagittal plane divides the body into . anterior and posterior portions left and right sides dorsal and ventral portions superior and inferior portions cranial and caudal portions P150??? 2. If a person is standing in the anatomical position, the wrist is to the elbow. A. distal B. proximal C. superior D. anterior E. posterior 3. Plasma membrane specializations that aid in absorption are the , which can be found in ?> tight junctions, simple squamous epithelium cilia, simple columnar epithelium microvilli, simple columnar epithelium desmosomes, stratified squamous epithelium cilia, pseudostratified columnar epithelium COW F11 4. Which connective tissue comprises most of the dermis? adipose tissue hyaline cartilage elastic cartilage dense regular connective tissue dense irregular connective tissue .mp0??? 5. are phagocytic and protect the central nervous system from invading bacteria. Microglia Ependymal cells Astrocytes Satellite cells Oligodendrocytes muom> Exam 1 Blue page 2 of 6 The hematoxylin and eosin stain used on the slides you observed in lab stains the nuclei of cells and the cytoplasm A. red, lavender blue, pink C. red, brown D. black, red E. pink, blue One of the structures in skin is the arrector pili muscle. Which of the following features would you observe on microscopic examination of this structure? 1 . Striations. 2. Multiple nuclei per muscle fiber. 3. One centrally located nucleus per muscle fiber. 4. Tight junctions between the muscle fibers. 5. Cells exhibit branching. , , 4, 5 4 S PLUG??? wa—luD—KD—l AMNUJ By comparison with a low power (10x) objective, the high power (40x) objective gives a field of View and a resolution. wider, lower wider, higher narrower, doesn’t affect narrower, lower narrower, higher WUOW? What type of connective tissue is located in the intervertebral discs? areolar connective tissue blood bone fibrocartilage hyaline cartilage P150??? BIOL 301 Fall 2008 Exam 1 Blue page 3 of 6 10. The tissue indicated by the A has which of the 12. In the figure shown below, the part of the following characteristics? neuron that produces proteins for neuron growth is: 1. It provides protection. 2. It is supported by a lamina propria. 3. It provides a large surface area for A. A absorption. 13_ B 4. Its cells are surrounded by a matrix Q C containing collagen fibers. 11 D 5. The cells are held together by tight E. E junctions. ++ MATCHING “- A- 1, 3, 4 For questions 13 & 14, choose answer: B. 2, 3, 4 C- 1, 2, 5 A if the statement is true for only cardiac D 1, 2a 3, 5 muscle. E- 12 2, 3a 4, 5 B if the statement is true for only skeletal muscle. 11. The following characteristics are common to C if the statement is true for only smooth which basic tissue type? muscle_ D if the statement is true for both cardiac 1. Tissue consists of tightly packed cells. muscle and smooth muscle_ 2. Tissue is aVaSCUlar~ E if the statement is true for both skeletal 3. Tissue has a high regenerative capacity. muscle and cardiac muscle, 4. Cells are connected by specialized cell junCtionS- 13. This type of muscle is comprised of long continuous fibers with A. epithelial tissue multiple nuclei_ B. connective tissue C. 111115016 tissue 14. This type of muscle exhibits D- neI’VOUS tissue autorhythmicity. E. Do not choose this answer. BIOL 301 Fall 2008 15. Which of the following most correctly describes the relationship between the spine and the lungs? A. The spine is lateral and posterior to the lungs B. The spine is media] and posterior to the lungs. . The spine is lateral and anterior to the lungs. C D. The spine is media] and anterior to the lungs. E. The spine is medial and lateral to the lungs. 16. Low blood colloid osmotic pressure (BCOP) causes osmosis (of water) from plasma to interstitial fluid interstitial fluid to intracellular fluid interstitial fluid to plasma intracellular fluid to interstitial fluid plasma to intracellular fluid mace? 17. During passive transport across a plasma membrane, A. the energy source is kinetic (thermal) energy B. a substance may be moved from where it is less concentrated to where it is more concentrated there is hydrolysis of ATP a substance is moved from where it is more concentrated to where it is less concentrated .60 E. gated channels must be open before the transport can occur 18. Intracellular fluid contains most of the in the body. sodium chloride calcium . potassium bicarbonate WUOW? Exam 1 Blue 19. 20. 21. page 4 of 6 Total body water is divided into different "compartments." The fluid called blood plasma is part of fluid compartment. A. the extracellular B. the intracellular C. the interstitial D. the lymph E. both extracellular and interstitial Which of the following terms includes all of the others? A. Monosaccharide B. Polysaccharide C. Disaccharide D. Carbohydrate E. Glycogen When the macula densa cells in the kidney (where blood is filtered to produce urine) sense an increase in glomerular filtration rate in the kidneys they notify the juxtaglomerular apparatus, which in turn decreases the release of nitric oxide (NO). This decrease in NO in turn causes vasoconstriction of the afferent arteriole which decreases blood flow through the filtration unit Which of the following statements are TRUE for this feedback system? 1. It is an example of a negative feedback loop. 2. It is an example of a positive feedback loop. 3. The controlled condition regulated by this feedback loop is blood flow. 4. The stimulus is an increase in the filtration rate. 5. The afferent arteriole is the effector WUOF‘U? BIOL 301 Fall 2008 22. Proteins are formed from amino acids by linking the _ group of one amino acid to the _ group of another, forming a peptide bond. P190??? hydroxyl; bicarbonate carboxyl; hydroxyl hydroxyl; amino amino; carboxyl bicarbonate; carboxyl 23. Which of the following is NOT an anion? 13> B. C. D. E. phosphate ion bicarbonate ion calcium ion chloride ion None of the above. 24. Which of the following is NOT true about the structure of the plasma membrane of one of your body cells? A. B. C. D. E. It contains a bilayer of phospholipid and protein molecules. Its proteins often are glycosylated. Its hydrophobic region consists of fatty acid “tails.” It includes glycolipids. it has the ability to reseal itself 25. Digitalis works to revive the failing heart by A. B C. D. E. 26. Symporters are transporters that A. B. mp increasing the intracellular concentration of K+ in cardiac muscle fibers . increasing the heart rate increasing the force of contraction of the heart closing the Na+ channel Only A and B. move two substances in the same direction across a membrane move two substances in opposite directions across a membrane hydrolyze ATP as they move two substances across a membrane function in transcytosis Only A and D are true. Exam 1 Blue 27. Lipoproteins page 5 of 6 A. are used to transport lipids in the blood plasma B. they can bind to specific receptors on the cell surface C. can be broken down by lysosomal enzymes D. All of the above. E. Only A and B. 28. The synthesis of prostaglandins can be inhibited by . A. aspirin B. Singulair C. Celebrex D. All of the above. E. Only A and C. 29. Find the incorrect match. FLUOPU?” contractile proteins - collagen and elastic structural proteins - keratin immunological - antibodies transport - hemoglobin catalytic - sucrase 30. Glucose binds to a specific transporter protein on one side of the membrane and is released on the other side after the transporter protein undergoes a change in shape. This transport process is meow» 31. Cholesterol is used for the synthesis of > B. C. D. E. osmosis active transport secondary active transport facilitated diffusion endocytosis prostaglandins sex hormones calcitriol All of the above. Only B and C. BIOL 301 Fall 2008 32. Ion channels A. allow only specific ions to pass through B. they are made up of integral membrane proteins C. can be regulated by voltage D. All of the above. E Only A and B. 33. The formation of the electrical gradient across the plasma membrane of a cell requires A. the presence of Na+ channels the presence of K+ channels B. C. Na+ transporters D. All of the above. E. Only A and B. 34. Collagen fibers A. are made by osteoblasts are made by fibroblasts trigger the deposition of minerals in bone B. C. matrix D. All of the above. E. Only A and B. 35. The function of the skeletal system is to {> . protect various organs B. provide a framework for the body C. store triglycerides D. allow movement B. All of the above. 36. Choose the sentences that are correct. 1. Vitamin C is needed for melanin synthesis. 2. Vitamin A stimulates osteoblasts. Coenzymes are derived from vitamins. Vitamin D is needed for the absorption of calcium. 5. Calcitriol is formed from vitamin D4. PS” mcow> Exam 1 Blue page 6 of 6 37. Tertiary structure of a protein can be stabilized by wcow> 38. In order to produce fingerprints, A. B. C. D. E. hydrogen bonds disulfide bonds ionic bonds All of the above. Only A and C. dermal papillae must be present epidermal ridges have to form sweat glands must be active All of the above. Only A and C. 39. Osteoclasts > B. C. D. E. wwow» are formed from the fusion of monocytes build up bone numbers are kept in check by estrogen All of the above. Only A and C. 40. Bones are formed from cartilage can be seen by radiography can lose collagen with age All of the above. Only A and B. ...
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