Exam IV(1) - ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers 1 NAME UFID 1(1 pt True or False Vitamin A and C are Fat-soluble vitamins 2(4 pts The schematic diagram

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Unformatted text preview: ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers April 21, 2009 1 NAME: __________________________ UFID: ______________________ 1. (1 pt) True or False : Vitamin A and C are Fat-soluble vitamins. 2. (4 pts) The schematic diagram of the human digestive system is shown at the right side. Please fill the correct name of these organs to their corresponding numbers. (1) (2) (3) (4) 3. (2 pts) Besides it belonging to the digestive system, what kind of system a pancreas also belongs to? Why? SYSTEM: WHY? 4. (2 pts) What is the name of the blood vessel that carries nutrient-rich blood away from the intestine to liver? 5. (1 pt) What is the name of the place where chyme from the stomach mixes with digestive juices from the pancreas. 6. (3 pts) Cellular respiration generates carbon dioxide, which needs to be transport to the lung through the blood. There are three different ways to deliver the carbon dioxide through the blood to the lung. Can you point out what are the three different ways? ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers April 21, 2009 2 7. (1 pts) Can you draw the O 2 dissociation curve (O 2 saturation of hemoglobin (%) vs. partial pressure of O 2 (mmHg))? 8. (1 pts) The affinity of hemoglobin for O 2 can be affected by pH, this is called the Bohr shift. Can you use the O 2 dissociation curve to explain the Bohr shift?...
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Exam IV(1) - ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers 1 NAME UFID 1(1 pt True or False Vitamin A and C are Fat-soluble vitamins 2(4 pts The schematic diagram

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