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

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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: 35. Disruption of cell division in the of leads to . 36. Which of the following statements is true for glands? 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: 39. In compact bone, the connective tissue cell type found in concentric rings ofthe osteon is the: e. hemotopoietic cell ofthe spongy bone. d. all ofthe above are
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BS3 00 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: 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
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