12.If a pregnant woman smokes, it can affect the DNA and the DNA expression of a.Her genesb.Her daughter’s genesc.Her daughter’s eggs’ genesd.All of the above 13.Why are antibodies ideal for diagnostic tests, like the test for malaria? 14.Osteoclasts and osteoblasts are active 15.You are in an accident and fall backwards, injuring the back of your brain. You will most likely damage: 16.Ions such as sodium, potassium, and calcium are important for: a.Nerve functionb.Muscle contractionc.Reproductiond.A and B e. All of the above 2
Bio 1402 December 2017 17.What type of muscle is in figure 1? Does the figure show an entire cell? 18.Draw arrows in Figure 1 to the right indicating which direction the actin to the left and right moveduring muscle relaxation19.Draw the path of blood with arrows in Figure 2, showing the direction of blood flow.20.Draw arrows showing the direction the appropriate muscles move during inhalationin the figure 3 above.21. (2 points) Identify in the image below: 3Figure 2 (A = atrium V = Ventricle)Figure 1Figure 3
Bio 1402 December 201722.(5 points) A problem with which gland/organ may cause the following symptoms? (Choose the gland that is most directly related. Some may have more than one right answer.)Poor sleepToo low calcium in blood (list 2 glands)Low egg productionPoor fat absorptionSlow test answering abilityPoor protein digestionPoor protein absorptionHigh level of toxinsDiabetes (high glucose) 23.(3 points) A problem with which cell typemay cause the following symptoms? (Give the cell typethat is most directly related. Some may have more than one right answer.)
24.If there were about 750 plant and mammal speciesoriginally (these are current estimates for Comoe NationalPark), according to the species area curve, about how manyspecies were lost(calculate from percent lost)?