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Unformatted text preview: BIOL 302 Spring 2003 Final Green page 2 of 5 8. lf—vou started looking at a serniniferous tubule l2. Together. aldosterone and ADH regulate the under the microscope and began at the Na7 concentration of body fluids within an periphery and then scanned toward the lumen. extremely small range by regulating the amount you would see {in order) ofN'ai and water reabsorptiont rESpectivel_v. In the absence ofthese 2 hormones the body A. sperm atozoa, spennatocvtes. would excrete per day. spenn atids. spermatogonia‘ spenna‘tocvtes, spermatidsih it. no Na‘ and no water perinai'ogonia,‘sp‘erzrnawzoh 2000 mEq Na‘ and 28 L water C. spennalozoa,_Spermatogonia. C. l50 mEq Na_ and 2 L water Speniiatoc3/tes, spermatids D. no Na» and EEO L water flhm spermatogonia, spermatids, 2?? Do not choose this answer. "" spennaiocvtes= spermatozoa E. spermatogonia, spermatocytes. 13. What is the correct path for blood flow= starting spermatids. spermatozoa from the left ventricle? 9. The found in the submucosa helpio A?) pulmonary artery distinguish the from the other two 2'. inferior or superior vena cava Sections ofthe small intestine. 3‘». left atrium ' , pulmonary vein Feveris patches, 'iieum I 5. right atrium 7 7 . . Brunnerisglandsrjejunum n . 7‘ - —- - 6. aorta ' ’ ’ ' " . cardiac glands, rectum ' r' r ' 7:}right ventricle ' ' ' 7 7 crypts of Lieberkiihn, duodenum B C D . — E. gastric giaifidififlorus- -- 10. Whi ch of the following is NOItrue regarding; 4“- ' m specific'gravity? -7 ' r ' A high specific gravity indicates a more 7 ‘ ‘ dilute urine. ___. .. 14.11173 record Ofmgfi'al'plessure changethE—”‘ ' ’7': Ailjéiiéfi’ivho:lacl€s ADE: ‘emiemfic nmehfipears’jusififférim renal tubules would haven very low 4 1/: , r fl 7 . “rim SPEClfiC'gTBViTY- ' LAé the’semilunar valves close g H ' T .. Fluidfd’eprived‘su‘bjects'shTau"lcl'itzEVe*a'_“""““' ' B. _ the semiiunar valves open ‘ high er urine specific gravity than "k—‘fintricular depolarization ' , norrnallstshgrdmtedsubiefis; '_" "7'" 'TEEf—The firsflieiirt’somd W The specific gravity'of'wa’ter is 1.000. .flhe—Rmafiioflhe ECG .2?" After drinking 750 mi ofwater. urine ‘* specific gravity tends to decrease. 15. In the renal Function experiment, we expected the group with normal fluid intake to have a ll. What strucmrets) is/are within the inediastinum 7 H‘— chloride excretion rate comparedto the... n cavity? 7 _ 7- , fluid—deprived group due to a(n) __ level of heart — Clonlc 13ml] " A. higher. increased-ADP] esophagus pulmonaq' trunk all ofthe above .AJ .2} higher. decreased. aldosterone higher. decreased. ADH lower_ increased. ADH is: lower. decreased. aldosterone ) Enema ‘5'" :re in your bod}r does hemopoiesis occur? 2]. ln capillaries: the main pressure that promotes . filtration is the _I. whereas the main pressure A. ir-the kidneys that promotes reabsorption is the____ B. in the spleen jk Q in the liver th blood colloid osmotic pressure; blood \‘ in red bone tnarrOw hydrostatic pressure in blood vessels B. interstitial fluid hydrostatic pressure; blood hydrostatic pressure 17. Most plasma proteins are synthesized in the C. blood hydrostatic pressure; interstitial _M fluid hydrostatic pressure D. blood hydrostatic pressure; blood colloid A. kidneys osmotic pressure ii. thymus E. blood colloid osmotic pressure; "'C.) liver interstitial fluid hydrostatic pressure D. yellow bone marrow E. red bone marrovv 22. Red blood cells do not consume any ofthe 13. Blood flews through the Q ulmonarv circulation oxygen they Hamper: because they _____ from , r A. lack mitochondria and generate ATP flK.’ pulmonary trunk to pulmonary capillaries A anaerobically : H,\ to puimonary arteries 7 3: lack a nucleus and thus cannot make ATP 5 Bylpulmonar)r trunk to pulmonary capillaries 7 N cannot remmle oxygen from hemoglobin we" IO pulmonaatyemeinsie A .....—.——. m __ .__ —__ ::O_I_1_CE oxygen is..attached .7 777,, a, fl use carbon dioxiderratherrthan'oityg'en for—7 .4 ’7 pulmonary veinsto pulmonary capillaries r 7 ~ i ' W'to pulmonary arteries -- -- -- -- - J-d -‘ ATP production ' ' " " -- fif'aom m Pulmsnso' Esailflsu9__'____ __.£Z.ese ATP provided sweetness: blood .1: pulmonary artery ' - - . cells . _ 9" ‘ E. none of the above are correct""f’f”. , 7.13. Hemoglobin will tendio binclimgepxygen at, - gildathlete is ioWstin_ car afl’ifit’pez ifthe inereasesJ’f CHIP!" 01:60 liters nominate. and a'hesnirate‘if :1. "—""' g , ’"W of 60 beats per minute. What is his stroke "r-BPG Concentration :1; volume? W . 7 fl 4 ~ ~ AIL" l'O'mi‘ ‘“"‘"“_4_V_—. " ’ ' ‘ D; concentration ofhydrogen ions —_. 100 ml 7 ~ ' _ I a, L: C. 1000 ml ‘___. I ' 'i f i D. 6000 ml ' ' 7' " MTVVhich hormone promotes gastric emptying by —. :7 e 7E. The information given is insuffmmfiorfifiausingrelaxation of the pyloric sphincter-T: ’ A calculate'stroke volume. ' ' ' ' "mm" ' i 7’: 7' . A. glacagon 20. When blood pressure drops. a normal B. secretin homeostatic response that helps restore BP is C. CCK “v _ W W W '7" fl 7 7D,? gastrin u _ _ _______________ i ' E: pepsin ' i A; an increase in release ofacetylchoiine parasympathetic neurons :5. What happens in fill? a decrease in releaSe ot‘aldosterone by the adrenal glands A. Heit'cobaeterpylori causes peptic ulcers. a decrease in release of renin by the 8; Bile salts crystalize. forming galISIOnes. kidneys C.’ Gastriciuice t-elluxes into the esophagus. D. an increase in release ot‘norepinepitrtne D. Lactose is not digested properly, by S}‘ttlpallte!IC116UFOnS E. The enterogastric reflex is not a decrease in heart rate functioning properly. JL 302 Spring 2003 Final Green page 4 of 5 3 26. Hydrochloric acid in the stomach . 3t. lo a typical adult= where is the largest total volume of water located? A. converts polysaccharides into monosaccharides A. inside body cells causes emulsification ofdietary fats B. in adipose tissue C.‘ dissolves lipids such as triacylglycerols C. inside blood vessels D. Splits proteins into single amino acids in the spaces between tissue cells kills bacteria 3. Do not choose this answer. 27. Water is reabsorbed in the proximal convoluted 33. The volume ofryour blood plasma is tubule by obligatory reabsorption, which means that A. 200-400'ml B. 20—30 liters A. water is moving against its own C“ 5—6 liters concentration gradient 2—4 liters B. water is "following" sodium and other E_ 8—-]0 liters solutes to maintain osmotic balance {be Cam-er 1h?” “EHSPOHS SOdEUm 537mm 33. During the Secretorv phase ofthe uterine cycle. a.“ do 50 M11101“ binding water first a high concentration of is present in the _ _._ ’D. water is reabsorbedbeeause_.hydrostatic a7 iiflbteed. — ' pressursgflha'd in the iatastféffiteteaat. _ T 7' is W - tubules is greater titan in the peritobular _. _ _. A. egg—D'ng capillaries B_ FSH E. the rate ofwater reabsorption never ' ’ ' i W C progestemn'e'ir“ ' - g; chart ges, regardless Of-W'aterrintake ~ 77 7 "if both emogen and FSH. _.__. ._.-_ I V I - . _.__ _. ._ E. both estrogen and progesterone 7' ' ZST'W'htch oftheToltowtng IS NOT. a majoe: 71:1 ' ' . . .. ._ _ ‘ *’ funcrion Ofihe kirdnf'é’rsgv r 717-7 77777771537lifelklhich ofthe foll_oiiijing-ar___mdroaens? ~ ~ 77 regulation ofblood levelsofaininoacids 7 I 7 H 7 W V WWWNWfif 7 7. _ —"B. 'regulation—ofblood"pressure” " . "‘m ‘2'": LH ,. f 51""? ' - , , ,5.“ regulation ofbloodosmolarit'y - W testosterone ' ' " ' ____ . _ regulation ofblood sodium ion level ___ . 4;. DHT ' , E." . reeueaeaeie-isod-PH __________A A 5-..- inhibit: 21* . 29. The vasa reeta r .. r 7 w View—kirflt; ‘ - -- -:---—-'-;- supply oxygen and nutrients to the cortex of the kidneys. ' B. act as countercurrent exchangers. C. surround the proximal and distal Coni'oimEdtuhuies- 757: " ’ ' 33‘. Which Oftlle roit'owi'ng 66"SEEOIi’*"‘ 1*” ’ bom A Md 8 (sustentacular) cells secrete? E. both A and C l. inhibin ‘l’ltieh ion contributes the largest number ot‘ 1‘ 3930515er iniiliequivalents to lluid (ECF)? 3.. androgen-bind[m protein (ABE? H ‘ Muiierian-inhibiung substance EMlS) -\. SOCllUITl relaxin E... potassium C. bicarbonate l. 4 D. ClllOI‘tCle I 3.4 ‘7. phosphate : A. B. D a? l)lln [. m to _ 302 Spring 2003 4. 36. The maior problem for babies born prematurely is insufficient production of A» white blood cells {43:} surfactant ‘T. red blood cells D. digestive enzymes E. antibodies and 37. Carbohydrate digestion begins in the protein digestion begins in the stomach, mouth small intestine, stomach mOuth, small intestine mouth. stomach small intestine. mouth , 38. Lipitor acts to lower blood cholesterol level by cholesterol " ' slowing synthesis of cholesterol in the U liver WWW n C. increasing the amount of’cl'iolESterol 7 excreted—in—theiecesc_'_ ,,,, i. __ __ enhancing receptor-mediated endocytosis of LDL particles into. body cells ' E. blocking LDL receptors on body cells D. 39. Which of the following is absorbed from'the lumen ofthe G] tract by sitnnle diffusion? a; . _ glucose __ fructos—e——— C. monoglycerides Q. glycogen vitamin B1; 40. Which ofthe following would tend to increase the rate and depth ofbreatlting over the normal level? elevated arterial carbon dioxide partial pressure elevated blood pH breathing pure oxygen hypothermia Do not choose this tittSwer. A. reducing'the’enterohepaticcirculation of---- Final Green ...
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