S08#3 - BMS 300 Exam 3A Spring 2008 Name CSU ID # Blood and...

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Name CSU ID # BMS 300 Exam 3A Spring 2008 Blood and Immune 1. After spinning a 100 ml of blood and separating it into its fractions, you would find antibodies secreted by plasfria~B\cells almost entirely in the: a. nlagma Trhematocrit c. buffy coat d. globin e. formed elements. 2. Which of the following would be found in blood and contain a nucleus? a. platelets /brewthrocytes s I / c. monocytes Jfmegakaryocytes e. c and d are correct 3. Hemoglobin forms in the lungs where Oi binds to a. oxyhemoglobin, amino groups in the amino acids comprising the hemoglobin molecule. b. deoxyhemoglobin, iron in the porphyrin ring of each of the four hemoglobin subunits comprising the ^lernoglobin molecule. c. oxyhemoglobin, iron in the porphyrin ring of each of the four hemoglobin subunits comprising the jemoglobin molecule. d. deoxyhemoglobin, amino groups in the amino acids comprising the hemoglobin molecule. e. oxyhemoglobin, carboxcylic acid groups on amino acids in the hemoglobin molecule 4. Aged erythrocytes normally meet their end in the spleen when they are engulfed by ^hiclferythrocytes are worn out by the on the erythrocyte plasma membrane. Dphages, oxidized sugars ils, proteins ' killer cells, antigen fragments d. Plasma B cells, antigen e. reticulocytes, ribosomes that recognize e role^bf the thymus is to: tor for specificity and potency of T-lymphocytes. for airborne pathogens. c. monitor for pathogens in the blood. d. monitor pathogens in the lymph. e. All of the above are correct 6. Erythropoiten is produced in the a. spleen, liver b. red bone marrow, liver ___^. kidney, red bone marrow .d-ihymus, liver , red bone marrow and acts on hematopoietic stem cells in the
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BMS 300 Exam 3 April 9, 2008 13. The glycoprotein CD4 binds to _ "TjTjMHC II proteins. b. antigen fragments. c. MHC I proteins. d. T cell receptors e. All of the above. 14. In the process of lymph formation, _ leave the capillaries through narrow gaps between endothelial cells. a. lymphocytes {Tj water, salts and other small molecules c. proteins d. all of the formed elements e. All of the above are correct 15. In lymph formation, the force that brings water into the capillaries from the interstitial spaces is primarily: a. hydrostatic pressure exerted by the heart. b. osmotic pressure exerted by the heart. [cj osmotic pressure exerted by the plasma proteins, mostly albumin. d. hydrostatic pressure exerted by the plasma proteins, mostly albumin. e. ATP powered water pumps. 16. Assuming that the buffy coat occupies less than 1% of the volume, if you are reported to have a hematocrit of 42 and you can conclude that: a. 42% of the blood volume is occupied by plasma. ttij 42% of the blood volume is occupied by erythrocytes. c. 58% of the blood volume is
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