Ch11 - Chapter 11 Animal Physiology How Do Organisms Respond to Change 1 Which of the following correctly matches the organ system of a complex

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Chapter 11 Animal Physiology: How Do Organisms Respond to Change? 1. Which of the following correctly matches the organ system of a complex animal with its proper function? a. Endocrine: elimination of metabolic wastes b. Respiratory: absorption of nutrients c. Circulatory: body form d. Nervous: communication, primarily external e. Skeletal: transport of material through out the body Ans: d 2. What is characteristic of multicellular organisms but NOT colonies of single cells? a. autonomous existence of each cell in group b. separate survival of each cell in group c. mutual interdependence among cells in group d. self-sufficient life of each cell in group e. independent subsistence of each cell in group Ans: c 3. What word or phrase correctly describes a colony of bacteria? a. multicellular organism b. multicellular entity c. prokaryotic d. eukaryotic e. b and c Ans: e 4. You are studying tissues in the lab and in the microscope, and you observe a layer of cells on the outer surface of one of the tissues. The cells in the layer are flattened not column-shaped or cube-shaped. What is accurate, descriptive language for the tissue you observed? a. squamous connective b. cuboidal epithelium c. squamous epithelium d. cuboidal connective 158
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Chapter 11 e. striated muscle Ans: c 5. Which of the arrangements below is the correct hierarchy for the cells of a multicellular organism from the largest to the smallest unit? a. cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, individuals b. individuals, organ systems, organs, tissues, cells c. individuals, organ systems, organs, cells, tissues d. cells, tissues, organs, individuals, organ systems e. cells, organs, tissues, organ systems, individuals Ans: b 6. Which tissue is NOT characterized by slow rates of cell division and is usually composed of living cells surrounded by a non-living matrix? a. cartilage b. bone c. connective tissue d. skeletal tissue e. muscle Ans: e 7. What tissue's major function is the movement of internal parts or movement of the body as a whole? a. cartilage b. cardiac c. epithelial d. adipose e. muscle Ans: e 8. Normally in birds and mammals, what type of tissue is thought to lose the ability to reproduce prior to birth? a. cartilage b. bone 159
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Chapter 11 c. nerve tissue d. muscle tissue e. epithelial Ans: c 9. All of the following systems would be active in the process of picking up an apple and eating it EXCEPT? a. muscular b. skeletal c. nervous d. digestive e. reproductive Ans: e 10. An example of homeostasis is seen in ectothermic animals. These organisms must: a. absorb heat from their environment b. generate heat internally c. maintain a steady state from the inside d. seek shade to avoid overheating e. a and d Ans: e 11. Your stress begins. Your blood pressure rises, receptors sense the increase and your brain sends a message causing your heart rate to decrease and arterioles to dilate. Your blood pressure drops and returns to normal. This is an example of what physiological process? a. crisis intervention cycle leading to hysteria
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course BIOL 100 taught by Professor Hurley during the Spring '09 term at Idaho State University.

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Ch11 - Chapter 11 Animal Physiology How Do Organisms Respond to Change 1 Which of the following correctly matches the organ system of a complex

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