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sample_questions_for_final bms 108

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Practice questions for BMS 108 final. 1. Which of the following is NOT an important part of the hemostasis (clotting) response A. erythrocytes B. ADP C. albumin D. calcium E. serotonin 2. Which sequence below demonstrates the normal pathway of electrical activity through the heart? 3. Which of the following sequences is the correct path a drop of blood would take after it entered the heart from the systemic circulation? 4. Which of the following vessels is noted for its great elasticity? One of this vessel’s primary functions depends upon its elasticity. 5. Isovolumetric contraction occurs because the A. the pressure in the ventricles is not yet great enough to open the semilunar valves. B. the pressure in the ventricles is not yet great enough to open the AV valves. C. the heart has not entered systole yet. D. the pressure in the atria is greater than the pressure in the ventricles. E. the volume of the ventricles is not changing as systole is ending
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