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Page 1 HUMAN BIOLOGY SECTION EXAM PREP GUIDE BIOL 164, Winter 2012, Section Exam 3 : Ch. 11 (Blood), Ch. 12 (The Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems), and Ch. 14 (The Respiratory System) KEY TO MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS – The correct answers are highlighted in yellow. CHAPTER 11 1. Which of the following is a function of blood? a. defense b. regulation of pH c. transportation d. stabilization of body temperature e. all of the above 2. What is the liquid portion of blood? a. erythrocytes b. phagocytes c. plasma d. platelets e. leukocytes 3. Which of the following proteins is NOT found in blood? a. collagen b. fibrinogen c. albumins d. globulins 4. An increase in the number of _____ in the blood may specifically indicate the presence of parasitic worms. a. basophils b. eosinophils c. monocytes d. neutrophils e. lymphocytes 5. Microorganisms that invade the body may be ingested by phagocytosis and destroyed by certain types of _____. a. antibodies b. red blood cells c. platelets d. white blood cells 6. Oxygen is primarily transported in the blood by _____. a. plasma b. platelets c. red blood cells d. white blood cells e. bicarbonate ions 7. What is the metal ion in the center of the heme unit of a hemoglobin molecule? a. calcium b. iron c. lead d. magnesium e. sodium 8. Which of the following will stimulate the production of more red blood cells? a. albumin b. erythropoietin c. fibrinogen d. Rh factor 9. What specifically determines the blood type of a person? a. antibodies in the plasma b. antibodies on the surface of red blood cells c. antigens in the plasma d. antigens on the surface of red blood cells 10. A person with blood type AB can receive blood of which of the following types? (Ignore the Rh factor for this question.) a. A b. B c. AB d. O e. any of the above 11. When does an Rh-negative person make anti-Rh antibodies? a. Rh-negative people have anti-Rh antibodies from the day they are born b. Rh-negative people make anti-Rh antibodies after their first exposure to Rh-positive blood c. Rh-negative people are incapable of making anti-Rh antibodies d. Rh-positive people are the only people who can make anti-Rh antibodies 12. Assume that an Rh-negative mother has given birth to an Rh-positive baby and was NOT given RhoGAM. When might hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN) occur? a. at the birth of the first Rh-negative baby b. during fetal development of the next Rh-positive baby c. all future pregnancies will result in HDN d. HDN will never occur again
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Page 2 13. Of the following, which is the LAST step of the formation of a blood clot (coagulation)? a. damage to the vessel wall (e.g. a cut)
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