Ch 40 - (CH.40) 1. Which example best describes a...

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( CH.40 ) 1. Which example best describes a homeostatic control system? The core body The kidneys e Motility in the The blood pre A blood cell s ( 0 ) 2. Which of the following is an important distinction between the measurement of basal metabolic rate (BMR) and standard metabolic rate (SMR)? An animal mu The BMR for SMRs must be BMRs are per An organism m ( 1 ) 3. An extended low-fat diet will have the most significant effect on which of the following? energy reserve standard meta basal metabol glucose utiliza muscle mass ( 1 ) 4. The least reliable indicator of an animal's metabolic rate would be the amount of water it drinks ATP produced oxygen it insp heat it generat carbon dioxid ( 1 ) 5. The most significant single factor in preventing you from being able to run for a full 24 hours without stopping is the type of muscle changes in blo lack of sustain basal metabol circadian rhyt
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( 1 ) 6. Which common event most closely resembles negative feedback? There is a dec The chlorine l There is a con The flame size The water shu ( 1 ) 7. The body's automatic tendency to maintain a constant internal environment is termed physiologic co homeostasis. static equilibri organ system negative feedb ( 0 ) 8. Which of the following tissues lines the kidney tubules? epithelial smooth muscl connective nervous adipose ( 0 ) 9. Collagenous fibers are primarily found in what type of animal tissue? striated muscl connective nerve bone epithelial ( 0 ) 10. The epithelium best adapted for a body surface subject to abrasion is simple squam simple column simple cuboid stratified colu stratified squa ( 0 )
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11. In a typical multicellular animal, the circulatory system interacts with various specialized surfaces in order to exchange materials with the exterior environment. Which of the following is not an example of such an exchange surface? muscle intestine lung kidney skin ( 0 ) 12. Cells are to tissues as tissues are to organs. organ systems organelles. membranes. organisms. ( 1 ) 13. Why must multicellular organisms keep their cells awash in an "internal pond"? Cells need an This phenome Cells of multic Negative feed Cells of multic ( 1 ) 14. What is the common functional significance of the extended number of cells making up such seemingly different human structures as the lining of the air sacs in the lungs and the wavy lining of the intestine? lowered basal greater protec greater numbe increased exch increased oxy ( 0 ) 15. Regardless of their size, the one thing that is common to all animals is the use of pos having cells su an external bo a basic body p the use of hom ( 0 )
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16. Which of the following is a problem faced by animals as they increase in size? decreasing sur
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course BIOLOGY BSC2011 taught by Professor Spears during the Spring '10 term at Florida State College.

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Ch 40 - (CH.40) 1. Which example best describes a...

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