BIOL 5601.docx3 - BIOL 5600/6600 Mammalian Physiology, Exam...

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BIOL 5600/6600 Mammalian Physiology, Exam 3 Auburn University 1. Had as a life goal to record all that was known A. Galen B. Aristotle C. Harvey D. Hippocrates E. Bernard 2. First to measure blood pressure A. Muller B. Harvey C. Galvani D. Lavoisier E. Hales 3. Reported the presence of lipid as at least one component of membrane A. Overton B. Robertson C. Ludwig D. All of these E. A & B 4. Developed the concept of a unit membrane A. Davson B. Hess C. Singer D. Robertson E. Capaldi 5. Cell membrane proteins A. May function as ionic pumps B. May function as receptors C. May be converted into IP3 and diacylgylcerol by phospholipase C D. All of the above E. Two of the above 6. Which does not belong with CAMP? A. G-s B. Phosphodiesterase C. Troponin D. A & C E. None of these; they all are related to a CAMP system
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7. Which does not belong in a calcium modulated mechanism A. Protein kinase B. Calmodulin C. IP3 D. A & C E. None of these; they all belong 8. Steroids A. Generally work via a CAMP mechanism B. Generally bind to an integral protein receptor C. Generally bind to a peripheral protein receptor D. Two of these E. None of these 9. G-proteins A. Are integral proteins B. May play a role in cystic fibrosis C. May play a role in cholera D. All of these E. A & C 10. The largest fluid compartment A. Is the fluid within the t-tubules B. Contains a relatively high concentration of Na+ C. Contains a net negative charge at "rest" D. Two of these E. None of these 11. Causes an unequal distribution of ions A. Diffusion B. Presence of large anions inside cell C. Osmosis
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2010 for the course BIOL BIOL 5600 taught by Professor Wit during the Spring '10 term at Auburn University.

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