Practice exam 4

Practice exam 4 - 1. Which of the follow is not one of the...

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1. Which of the follow is not one of the four basic tissue types? a. Nervous b. Bone c. Muscle d. Connective e. None of the above (all of them are basic tissue types) 2. Where would you expect to find simple columnar? a. Skin b. Blood vessels c. Intestines d. Kidney e. None of the above 3. Which of the follow is true? a. The collagen fibers of cartilage are embedded into a rubbery matrix. b. Osteoclasts are the strong, brittle cells in bone matrix. c. The purpose of adipose tissue is to convert fat as an immediate source of energy. d. The extracellular matrix of blood contais minimal plasma. e. Loose connective tissue provides insulation for organs. 4. Which of the follow is true regarding smooth muscle? a. It contracts quickly. b. It is organized in sheets. c. It is striated. d. It is found in the heart. e. None of the above. 5. Which of the follow in an incorrect statement? a. Reticular fibers are strong. b. Matrix is ground substance that can be solid, liquid, or jelly-like. c. Elastic fibers join tissue. d. Loose connective tissue binds epithelia to underlying tissues. e. 6. Where would you expect to find simple squamous? a. Skin b. Blood vessels c. Intestines d. Kidney e. None of the above. 7. Which of the follow is true regarding bile? a. It aids in the digestion and absorption of fats. b. It contains bicarbonate to neutralize the pH of chime. c. It is secreted by the gall bladder and stored in the liver. d. It contains enzymes such as lipases. e. 8. Which digestive structure contributes to the digestion of carbohydrates? a. Oral cavity b. Stomach c. Small intestines
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d. Pancreas e. 9. What are proteins broken down into? a. Fatty acids b. Monosaccharides c. Amino acids d. Polysaccharides e. Polypeptides 10. Which of the following best describes peristalsis? a. An increase in surface area of food. b. A coordinated wave of muscle contractions. c. The prevention of choking. d. It only works in opposing pairs. e. None of the above. 11. Once food passes through the buccal cavity, it will enter what structure? a. Larynx b. Esophagus c. Pharynx d. Stomach e. Epiglottis 12. Proteins are broken down by which of the following? a.
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course BIOL E102 taught by Professor Ms.carstensen during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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