S081001 - BS 500 Exam 1 February 15,2008 33. All three...

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BS 500 Exam 1 February 15,2008 33. All three types of RNA exit the nucleus through: a. nuclear pores. b. the rough endoplasmic reticulum. c. ribosomes. d. the lipid bilayer. e. lysosomes. 34. In compact bone: a. collagen fibers provide resistance to lateral shear forces b. hydroxyapatite (mostly calcium phosphate and magnesium phosphate ) provides resistance to compression forces. c. osteons are organized in columns that run parallel to the long axis of the bone. d. osteocytes are organized in layers called lamellae. e. all of the above are correct. 35. Disruption of cell division in the of leads to . a. yellow marrow, spongy, decreased chrondrocyte production. b. yellow marrow, spongy, increased blood cell production. c. red marrow, compact bone, decreased chrondrocyte production. d. red marrow, spongy bone, decreased blood cell production. e. none of the above are correct. 36. Which of the following statements is true for glands? a. Secretions from endocrine glands pass into the blood through a duct. b. The secretory cells are epithelial cells. c. Mammary glands are exocrine glands. d. the apical region of the secretory cells contact the basal lamina. e. b and c are correct. 37. The role ofthe proteoglycans in the fibrocartilage of the meniscus of the knee is to: a. cover the articular surfaces ofthe long bones. b. absorb and release water in response to pressure. c. regenerate cartilage in response to damage. d. act as a shock absorber. e. b and d are correct. 38. At an archeological site you fine a human long bone (femur) where the epiphysis and diaphysis are completely separated. You conclude that the age of death of this individual was between: a. 5 and 10 years old b. 20 and 25 years old c. 25 and 35 years old d. older than 35 years 39. In compact bone, the connective tissue cell type found in concentric rings ofthe osteon is the: a. chrondrocyte. b. fibrocyte. c. osteocyte. e. hemotopoietic cell ofthe spongy bone. d. all ofthe above are correct.
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BS300 Exam 1 February 15,2008 20. A pathologist finds a tumor in cartilage and classifies it as an adenocarcinoma. You can conclude that the tumor originated: a. in the cartilage as an osteocyte. b. in the cartilage as a chrondrocyte. c. in the cartilage as a fibroblast. d. as an epithelial cell in glandular epithelium. e. None of the above is an appropriate conclusion. 21 . In the air sacks (alveolae) of the lung where gas exchange occurs between air and blood, the _ of the epithelial cells that form the air sacks are in contact with the _ . a. apical legion, blood. b. basilar region, blood c. apical region, air d. basilar region, air e. apical region, basal lamina 22. Which of the following is (are) correct for DNA replication? a. the two strands of DNA in the original DNA molecule each serve as templates for the synthesis of a
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S081001 - BS 500 Exam 1 February 15,2008 33. All three...

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