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100examquestionsrevised - Karen Timmerman 100 Exam Question...

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Karen Timmerman 100 Exam Question 1. In which part of the kidney is water reabsorbed into the body, increasing the osmolarity of the fluid? a) Bowman’s capsule b) descending loop of Henle c) ascending loop of Henle d) distal tube 2. Which type of fatty acid has double bonds between carbons? a) saturated b) unsaturated 3. Which law of thermodynamics is this: natural spontaneous processes move from a state of order to a condition of disorder known as entropy a) first b) second c) third d) fourth 4. In hydrolysis, is water a reactant or a product? a) reactant b) product 5. What are the types of gated channels? a) ionally, voltage, mechanically b) chemically & mechanically c) voltage, Chemically, and Mechanically d) voltage, chemically, and electrically 6. What type of transporter creates a binding site for glucose and proceeds to release both glucose and Na2+ into the cytosol? a) Na+ ATpase b) Na+-glucose secondary active transporter c)CCK transporter 7. What is the cell’s resting membrane potential? a) -70 mV b) 70mV c) -50 mV d) 25 mV 8. What happens if a solution is isotonic? a) the cell shrinks and loses water b) the cells grows and takes in water c) the cell size stays the same 9. The brain and spinal cord are part of what system? a) peripheral nervous system b) limbic system c) central nervous system 10. Which glial cells are part of the peripheral nervous system? a) satellite & Schwann
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b) oligodendrocytes, microglia, satellite, and ependymal c) Schwann, astrocytes, oligodentrocytes, and satellite 11. What is a large, brief depolarization that travels a long distance without losing strength? a) graded potential b) Tonic signal c) phasic signal d) action potential 12. Action potentials require which two types of gated ion channels? a) 13. Which of the following would conduct signals the fastest? a) small, myelinated axon b) small, unmyelinated c) large, myelinated 14. What is the role of the dorsal root ganglion? a) carries motor information to muscles and glands b) carries afferent signals to CNS c) control muscloskeletal system 15. Match each part of the brain to its role in the body a) Amygdala 1.hormone secretion b) midbrain 2. learning and memory c) hypothalamus 3. eye movemtn d) puitiary 4. control of involuntary movements e) basal ganglia 5. emotion and memory f) medulla oblongate g) hippocampus 7. movement A)5 B)3 C)6 D)1 E)7 F)4 G)2 16. In what stage of sleep do people usually dream? a) Stage I b) Stage II c) Stage III d) Stage IV 17. What type of receptors fire rapidly at first and then slow and maintain firing? a) phasic
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