Practice2 - Biology 265 Practice Test 1. Epinepherine a....

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Biology 265 Practice Test 1. Epinepherine a. decreases stroke volume of the heart b. decreases the heart rate c. increases the cardiac output d. decreases the ion conductance 2. Transport in the frog skin a.can be inhibited by ouabain (an Na/Katpase inhibitor) b. displays saturation kinetics c.requires K on the basolateral surface d.all of the above 3. How is the glomerular filtration rate measured ? a. inulin concentration in the plasma x GFR = inulin concentration in the urine x urine volume/unit time b. it is the ratio of PAH in the blood and the urine c. it is the total volume of blood that comes to the kidney per unit time d. GFR = inulin concentration in the urine / inulin concentration in the plasma Match the form of transport with the appropriate tissue a. apical Na-glucose carrier for glucose uptake b. Cl enters the cell via a Na/K/Cl carrier c. active uptake of Sodium alone d. transport of bicarbonate to balance pH 3. frog skin 4. B cell of the distal kidney tubule 5. kidney proximal tubule 6. shark rectal gland 7. Which chamber of the heart does more work with each beat ? a. right ventricle b. left ventricle c. right auricle d. left auricle 8. Which hormone works by binding to an intracellular receptor a. epinerpherine b. thyroxine c. growth hormone d. ADH 9. Which of the following represents the correct sequence of flow through the heart ? a. right ventricle, superior vena cava, body, left atrium, left ventricle
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