Anatomy Quiz 2 S10

Anatomy Quiz 2 S10 - interstitial fluid to plasma E Both B...

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Biology 302 Quiz # 2 Spring 2010 1. Where in the cardiovascular system would blood pressure normally be highest ? A. right ventricle during systole B. renal artery* C. inferior vena cava D. pulmonary artery E. systemic capillaries 2. An increased level of epinephrine in the blood causes _____. A. a decrease in mean arterial blood pressure (MAP) due to increased vasodilation B. an increase in MAP due to increased systemic vascular resistance C. an increase in net filtration pressure in capillaries D. a decrease in blood viscosity due to movement of water from the
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Unformatted text preview: interstitial fluid to plasma E. Both B and C.* 3. In capillaries, the main pressure that promotes filtration is the ___, whereas the main pressure that promotes reabsorption is the ___. A. blood colloid osmotic pressure; blood hydrostatic pressure B. interstitial fluid hydrostatic pressure; blood hydrostatic pressure C. blood hydrostatic pressure; interstitial fluid hydrostatic pressure * D. blood hydrostatic pressure; blood colloid osmotic pressure* E. blood colloid osmotic pressure; interstitial fluid hydrostatic pressure...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course BIO 302 taught by Professor De during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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