White - Biology 102 Winter 2010 Midterm Two White Version...

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Page 1 of 6 Biology 102 Winter 2010 Midterm Two White 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. In women, a spike in luteinizing hormone stimulates: A) release of a follicle into the ovary B) release of an egg from a follicle C) uterine contractions in an orgasm D) menstrual blood flow from the uterus 2. Systolic blood pressure is the _____ value measured during heart_______. A) high; contraction B) low; contraction C) high; relaxation D) low; relaxation 3. Statins block the synthesis of: A) blood vessels B) fatty acids C) ovarian hormones D) cholesterol 4. Which of the following is NOT a classically-recognized response stage to terminal illness? A) denial B) fear C) bargaining D) acceptance 5. The lymphatic system: A) collects tissue fluid and returns it to the blood B) transfers tears to the nasal cavity C) transfers blood from the mother to the developing embryo D) removes particles from inside the lungs 6. Fatty material accumulating within arterial cell walls causes: A) angioplasty B) atherosclerosis C) hypotension D) asphyxiation 7. Some types of cancer can be prevented by vaccination: A) True B) False 8. In the respiratory system, O 2 enters the blood primarily through the walls of the: A) alveoli B) trachea C) glomeruli D) bronchi
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Page 3 of 6 9. An episiotomy is carried out to : A) make a man infertile by preventing sperm reaching the penis
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