2005_GI - BIDNISIJT Physiology GI Student Test Reperi 0::...

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Unformatted text preview: BIDNISIJT Physiology GI Student Test Reperi 0:: G] 1 A Course #: BIDMED? Physielegy [nemeterr Dr. Greene Ceuree Title: BIDMSDT Physielegy Deeeript-ien: BIOMSEII? Physiology Beyfl‘ime: 26395 TemWeer: Third Student Name: * Student ID: # Cede: PessimeP'le. Raw Dh'eeti've Suh'J'Eeis ' Peremt Grade El 1: nee 1413:: 14.01: D _ RESPQI‘JSE idEIEI'I? sen-ea respenee :#:- munipla marks {spacer- n:- res-panes DfificflPflflfll {alphabet} student's inmrrfifl reset-rise fi'h- benue- tee-i item Teetiteme: a 11—15 1&1? 1. When feed is broken dawn and raised 1arith gastric secretions, the resultant thick liquid mixture is lfllflWIl as: c. d. peiisialtic products a. antral accinnulaticus 2. Which cf the fellcwing dues net increase acid secretion? as; histamine fl“ “{— h. acetylchcline flmn vagal efierents “i: '91 CL- x c. gasttin‘ . pretein (peptide) stimulaticn cf G cells 'ch cf the fellqu is nm‘ a functicn cf saliva? @mfih'tates era] hygiene . begins digesticn cf stareh flfihficaticn I -___ as belc ausquesticn 4 4. The decrease in pressure seen at called: at” Icwer esophageal disfimctien h, a hernia 9"?- . gastric centractien *5 LEM" (Q receptive relaaaficn me. acne cf the ahcve “is 5. Aetiyates pepsinegen: a. pepsin h. muens e. intrinsic faeter d. histamine 29 HCl 6. Winch ef the fellewing serye te prepel nutrients in an aheral direetien'i’ a. segmentatiens h. haustratiens mastieatien @ peristalsis e. ail ef the aheye a. The _ ile reflex is initiated: HE. when feed enters the meuth hr?” by the smell ef feed we?" hy the sight effeed when feed enters the stemaeh -e. nene ef the sleeve fl 3. 1|nilnfhieh at" the fellefingfiflzflfldfigbi D .gh fat eentent ef suhstanees passing threugh the pylerie 1iralye HUI-“inereased pH ef suhstanees passing threugh the pylerie yalye fihiearhenate in the duedenum fdr-starch in the duedenum eke.) nene ef the aheye 9. The alkaline tide seen during digestien at" a meal refers re: are“ ' rwas.” sematestatih release - [a 0 q LO peristaltie denim /a’: are sensed by ineemplete gastrie emptying the release efhiearhenate inte the lumen ef the small intestine a deerease in the pH ef' the stemaeh T I. in iii—L— are eaused by leealised distensien ef the esephagus / nene ef the sleeve )5: the release ef panereatie seeretiens L315 nene ef the aheye are eaused hy pacemaker astiyity ll. Feeding WW amine aeids stimulates little digestive seeretien heeanse: a. it bypasses the gastrie phase at" gastrie aeid seeretien h. it bypasses the intestinal phase ef gastrie aeid seeretien /@ it bypasses the eephalie phase ef gastrie aeid seeretien it stimulates sematetrephin seeretien e. nene ef the sleeve 12. The upper escphagesl sphincter is a skeletal muscle structure. Q True h. False 13. The internal anal sphincter can he ccrtscicusl}r ccutracted when ccuditicus are net favcrahle ' fer defecaticn. @ True ' . False 14. The small intestine is a majcr site fer the ahscrpticu cf water. a 15. The basic electrical rhythm in the distal iliuru is slcwer than the basic electrical rhythm cf the stcmach. a. True h. False 16. The eral pTflpflI‘fltfl-I‘F phase and the craI phase cf swallcwiug are hcth under 1Ircluutar}r ccutrcl. @ True ' - False 11 Salivary“ gland secreticus are under autcucmic ccntrcl. mme h. else ...
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