CPAP 1615 - Chiropractic Principles - Practice Final Exam 1

CPAP 1615 - Chiropractic Principles - Practice Final Exam 1...

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Chiropractic Principles 1. The self-organizational consciousness inherent to and being expressed throughout the whole universe is also expressed by any and all parts of the universe including any/every living organism. T / F 2. Innate intelligence a. is the name given to universal intelligence being expressed in living things b. gives a living thing all of its properties and actions c. is expressed through not only atomic and molecular organization, but through higher order interactive properties as well d. all of the above 3. The signs of life involve a. matter and energy exchange with the environment b. self-transformation (and self-creation) c. self-maintenance d. reproduction f. a only e. b and c only g. a and c only h. all of the above 4. How many signs of life are there? a. 3 b. 4 c. 5 d. 6 5. Which of these is NOT a sign of life? a. assimilation b. digestion c. elimination d. growth e. reproduction f. self regulation g. respiration h. adaptability 6. Match the sign of life from above with its definition 1. ability to give off waste matters selectively, which an intelligence deems are no longer of use ____ 2. the ability that an organism possesses of responding to all forces which come to it ______ 3. the ability to take into its body food materials selectively and make them a part of itself according to a system or intellectual plan ______ 4. the ability of the unit to reproduce something of like kind; to perpetuate its own kind _____ 5. the ability to expand according to an intelligent plan to mature size ______ 7. During assimilation, products taken from the environment must all be adapted in order to be utilized. T / F
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a. metabolic waste b. excess energy c. un-assimilated food d. autotoxins (breakdown products) e. microbial flora and immune system effluvia f. epidermal skin layers g. none of the above 9. Bodily excretions are the common origin of the perception of sickness . T / F 10. This is developmental growth - when assimilation exceeds excretion . a. maturation b. dynamic equilibrium c. education d. none of the above 11. This is informational growth - the continuous assimilation and integration of new experiences . a. maturation b. dynamic equilibrium c. education d. none of the above 12. This is growth maintenance - assimilation equals excretion . a. maturation b. dynamic equilibrium c. education d. none of the above 13. Which of these is normally integrated into the body during assimilation? a. food b. information c. oxygen d. a and c only e. a and b and c 14. Binary fission, cloning, and budding are types of a. assimilation b. excretion c. growth d. reproduction e. adaptability 15. This is often considered the primary sign of life. a. assimilation
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CPAP 1615 taught by Professor Davidkoch during the Fall '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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CPAP 1615 - Chiropractic Principles - Practice Final Exam 1...

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