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EXAM-2009S-3 - Examination III VPHY 3100 Elements of...

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Examination III VPHY 3100 Elements of Physiology April 6, 2009 1:25 - 2:15 p.m. Multiple Choice (2.5% each) SELECT THE SINGLE BEST ANSWER 1. ________________ is a condition that could loosely be termed “glucagon poisoning.” A. *Type I diabetes B. Type II diabetes C. metabolic syndrome D. acromegaly 2. The effects of growth hormone are anabolic with respect to __________ and catabolic with respect to _____________. 3. Absorbed nutrient molecules enter the blood and lymphatic vessels in which layer of the gastrointestinal tract? 4. The appendix is attached to the gastrointestinal tract near the junction of 5. Acidic chyme is mainly neutralized in the _________ by __________ secreted from the pancreas. A. stomach, bicarbonate B. *duodenum, bicarbonate C. duodenum, zymogens D. ileum, cholecystokinin 6. Intrinsic factor, produced in the ________, is essential for absorption of Vitamin B12 in the ileum. 1
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7. Final digestion and absorption of carbohydrates and proteins occurs mainly in the 8. Trypsinogen is converted to trypsin by the ___________ called enterokinase. 9. Bile salts are essential for _________ and are recycled repeatedly via the ___________. A. synthesis of triglycerides, lymphatic system B. weight control, metabolism C. *digestion/absorption of lipids, enterohepatic circulation D. mobilization of lipid stores, bloodstream
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