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Practice Exam Questions for Dr. Morris The location in the respiratory tract where particles deposit depends on A. the way you breath B. the particle size C. both A and B Increased particulate matter (PM) pollutant levels are associated with A. an increase in death rates over the next several days B. a decrease in death rates over the next several days C. no observable effect on death rates When someone exercises sufficiently to both switch to mouth breathing and increase the minute ventilation by 3-fold, particle deposition in the lower respiratory tract usually A. increases by less than 3-fold B. increases by just about 3-fold C. increases by more than 3-fold Concerning air pollution "episodes" A. no excess deaths have been documented during an air pollution crisis B. only a few excess deaths have be documented to occur during an air pollution crisis C. thousands of excess deaths have been linked to an air pollution crisis Sulfuric acid air pollution in Connecticut
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHRM 225 taught by Professor Gerald during the Fall '06 term at UConn.

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