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CC6_22_Test_Bank - Biology:,6e(Campbell Chapter22...

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Biology: Concepts and Connections, 6e (Campbell) Chapter 22 Gas Exchange Multiple - Choice Questions 1) High - flying birds are able to obtain enough oxygen even when the air is very thin because  A) they have more efficient lungs than other vertebrates.  B) they have reduced amounts of hemoglobin in their blood.  C) their mitochondria are more efficient than those of other vertebrates.  D) their heart can increase or decrease in size as altitude changes.  E) they are able to store oxygen in oxygen chambers within muscle cells.  Answer:  A  Topic:  Opening Essay  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding 2) If you were to move from around sea level to a much higher altitude, your body would respond with  A) profuse sweating.  B) a decrease in the diameter and number of capillaries close to your body's surface.  C) an increase in energy production.  D) a decrease in the affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen.  E) an increase in the number of your red blood cells.  Answer:  E  Topic:  Opening Essay  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding 3) The reason animals need a continuous supply of oxygen is to  Topic:  Opening Essay  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding 4) A waste product of respiration is  1
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Topic:  22.1  Skill:  Factual Recall 5) When you exhale, you  Topic:  22.1  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding  6) In the final phase of respiration, body cells  A) release CO 2  to red blood cells.  B) take up O 2  from red blood cells.  C) increase in size to accommodate the reuptake of O 2 D) migrate to the circulatory system.  E) release CO and take up O 2 Answer:  E  Topic:  22.1  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding
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