EXAM_4_REVIEW_pics_and_questions_on_CH_30_35_37

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THESE ARE SOME OF THE MORE IMPORTANT PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE NOTES COVERING CH 30, CH 35 AND CH 37 Use the web site below for review questions: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_audesirk_bloe_7/1,8753,1139971,.html EXAM 4 is ONLY offered MON, TUES, and WED of finals week. If you miss it and do not have a University Approved absence, you will get a zero. Once finals are over, I am not in my office until summer school starts again in mid-June. Please get to the testing center EARLY to take your exam, they will be very busy that week and have zero tolerance for lame excuses of why you missed your exam or are late.
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CH 30 PICS
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What is the name of this procedure? What does it accomplish and how?
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milk, yogurt, cheese 2–3 servings meat, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, nuts 3–5 servings 3–5 servings 6–11 servings vegetables fruits bread, cereal, rice, pasta 2–3 servings sparingly Can you place the food groups in the correct spaces in this triangle?
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Why are food labels placed on products today? What do these labels actually list?
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(a) Sponge collar cell H 2 O H 2 O (b) Collar cell food vacuole lysosome with digestive enzymes What mode of digestion do sponges use? How is it different from humans?
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(a) tentacle (b) mouth gastrovascular cavity gland cells ingested crustacea n nutritive cells What mode of digestion do hydra use? How is it different from humans?
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esophagus omasum reticulum anus large intestine Why is a cow digestion different from other vertebrates we discussed?
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(a) Omnivore (human) incisors canine premolars molars Be able to label/ID teeth from different animals. Why would tooth number/structure differ in various animals?
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(b) Carnivore (lion) canine incisors premolars molar Be able to label/ID teeth from different animals. Why would tooth number/structure differ in various animals?
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(c) Herbivore (cow) incisors canine premolars molars Be able to label/ID teeth from different animals. Why would tooth number/structure differ in various animals?
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esophagus anus rectum crop gizzard stomach What is the difference between the crop and gizzard in birds?
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salivary glands pyloric sphincter duodenum esophagus liver gallbladder stomach pancreas large intestine small intestine rectum Be able to label/ID various parts of the digestive system. What does each organ do/secrete? What areas would a piece of food encounter as it was ingested and finally expelled from the body?
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(a) Before swallowing food roof of mouth pharynx tongue epiglottis esophagus larynx (b) During swallowing epiglottis (folds over larynx) food (enters esophagus) larynx (moves up) Understand the mechanics of swallowing food
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pancreas Where is the pancreas located and what function(s) does it play in digestion?
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(a) Small intestine (b) Fold of intestinal lining (c) Villus (d) Cells of villi fold of intestinal lining villi lacteal capillaries intestinal gland arteriole lymph vessel venule microvilli How is the internal lining of the small intestine unusual?
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