Midterm 2 - Yellow Version

Midterm 2 - Yellow Version - Biology 102 Winter 2010...

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Page 1 of 6 Biology 102 Winter 2010 Midterm Two Yellow Version Name _____________________________ TA _______________________________ Directions, please: 1) Use a #2 pencil 2) Fill in and bubble your last name on your answer sheet. 3) Fill in and bubble your OSU dot number in the “identification number”. 4) Write your Recitation Instructor’s name in at the top of your scantron (Dan, Hunter, Justin, or TJ). 5) Write the color of your exam at the top of your scantron. 6) Write your recitation time and day at the top of your scantron 7) Make sure that your exam is returned to your TA in the correct pile for your exam color and recitation time. This version contains the replacement questions
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Page 2 of 6 1. A defibrillator is used to: A) remove non-digestible fiber from food B) stop irregular heart contractions C) stop an asthma attack D) stimulate a sexual response 2. In medical terms, a patient has a stroke when: A) a severe blow to the head injury causes loss of consciousness B) an injury to the spinal column prevents arm or leg movement C) a large artery in the brain becomes blocked or ruptures D) a large blood clot blocks a valve in the heart which then stops beating 3. The tonsils are part of the_______system: A) lymphatic B) systemic C) digestive D) respiratory 4. The anterior pituitary releases _____which leads to sperm production in men. A) gonadotrophin releasing hormone (GnRH) B) luteinizing hormone (LH) C) follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) D) testosterone 5. Aspirin reduces the risk of a heart attack by: A) reducing platelet aggregation and so blood clotting B) reducing fat metabolism and so weight gain C) increasing the strength of heart muscles D) passing directly from the stomach to the blood system 6. The vocal cords are located in the larynx. A) True
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