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Unformatted text preview: . Score: 29. Value 0% 50% 50% 0% 100% 1/1 Epithelial tissues 1 Match the tissue with the description. Found in capillary walls D The primary lining of the GI tract C The lining of the urinary tract A The primary cell type found in glands F The lining of the trachea B The epidermis of the skin E Statement Found in capillary walls The primary lining of the GI tract The lining of the urinary tract The primary cell type found in glands The lining of the trachea The epidermis of the skin Score: 30. Response B C D E F A Value 16.66% 0.0% 16.66% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Correct Match B A D C E F 0.3332/1 Bone Tissue 1 Match the letters with descriptions This carries a blood vessel A This contains a bone cell C This is left over from a previous osteon D This allows processes from osteocytes to connect B Statement This carries a blood vessel This contains a bone cell This is left over from a previous osteon This allows processes from osteocytes to connect Score: 31. Response Value C 0.0% B 25.0% D 0.0% A 0.0% Correct Match A B C D 0.25/1 1) binds to receptors on the sarcolemma Which of the following is released into the neuromuscular junction to bind to receptors on the sarcolemma? Student Value Response 1. Ca+2 0% Correct Answer Feedback Student Value Response 100% 2. ACH 3. K+ 4. Na+ Score: 32. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 1/1 10) White vs. red In comparing White fibers and Red fibers, which selection would best describe White fibers: Student Value Response 1. Utilized fats 0% as well as glucose, depends on aerobic metabolism, smaller in diameter, used for endurance 100% 2. Stores glycogen for conversion to glucose, depends on anaerobic metabolism, larger in diameter, used for speed and strength Score: 33. Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 23) small canals Extremely small passages that connect the lacunae to each other in bone tissue are called: Student Value Response 100% 1. canaliculi Correct Answer 2. Volkmann's 0% canals 3. Sharpey's 0% fibers 4. trabeculae 0% Score: 34. 1/1 37) calcium supplements Calcium supplements would not be advised in the early treatment of: Feedback Student Value Response 100% 1. postmenopausal osteoporosis 2. senile 0% osteoporosis Score: 35. Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 26) elastic cartilage Where in the body can you find elastic cartilage? Student Response 1. articular cartilage 2. costal cartilage 3. intervertebral disks 4. menisci of knee 5. outer ear Score: 36. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 1/1 36) adipose Adipose tissue located in the ___ would be used to determine nutritional condition at time of death. Student Value Response 1. red marrow 0% 2. yellow marrow 100% 3. subcutaneous 0% 4. mesenteries 0% Score: 37. Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 4) action potential travels to the: The action potential travels to the _____ to enter the muscle cell. Student Value Response 100% 1. T-tubules Correct Answer 2. sarcoplasmic 0% reticulum 3. troponin 0% 4. tropomyosin 0% Score: 38. 1/1 Chemically gated Na<sup>+</sup> channels open. Feedba...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2013 for the course BIOL 239 taught by Professor Swan during the Fall '12 term at New Mexico.

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