Lecture Exam 3 Study Guide
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Chapter 9 MAP: Muscle and muscle tissue
The levels of organization of muscle
BIO 200 Online Homework
April 4th, 2016
1.) Which of the bones in this image do not show an epiphyseal plate (epiphyseal gap)?
2.) Which type of synovial joint allows for the widest range of motion?
3.) Which system of the body
BIO 200 03 Online Homework
February 4, 2016
1.) How does temperature affect diffusion rate, and why?
- The hot water allows diffusion to occur at a more rapid pace than cold water. This is
because water molecules are moving fast
BIO 200 Online Homework
March 28th, 2016
1.) Explain the problems that may occur if a fracture of the distal radius involves the joint
surface of the radiocarpal joint of the wrist.
Roughness in the joint surface can cause very
BIO 200 - 03 Online Homework
February 16th, 2016
1.) What are the basic functions of each of these layers?
The basic function of the epidermis and the dermis is protection, thermoregulation,
sensation, immunity, a blood reservo
Learning Objectives Part I Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea
1. Are viruses technically living things? If not, why?
Viruses are not living things. Viruses are complicated assemblies of molecules, including
proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and
Learning Objectives Part H: Speciation and Adaptive Coloration
1. What are the two scales of evolution? Which one leads to speciation?
1. Microevolution- changes in DNA sequences and allele frequencies within a
species or small group of organisms e
Learning Objectives Part F: Genetic concepts, agents of evolutionary change
1. What does it mean to be a diploid organism?
Diploid- an organism that has two sets of chromosomes or an organism that has two copies of
their genetic in
Learning Objectives Part G: Population Genetics and Hardy-Weinberg
1. Know the equation p + q = 1. What do p and q represent?
- Represent the allelic frequencies in a population
p= the frequency of the "A" allele
q= the frequency of the "a" allel
Learning Objectives Part J Evolution of Eukaryotes and Protists
Evolution of Eukaryotes
1. Know the differences between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes in relation to the
following traits: nucleus, mode of reproduction, cell wall, organelles
1) As Harry was running down the road, he tripped and his left ankle twisted violently to the side.
When he picked himself up, he was unable to put any weight on that ankle. The diagnosis was
severe dislocation and sprains of the left ankle. The orthopedi
1. John sustained a severe injury during football practice and is told that he has a torn knee
cartilage. Can he expect a quick, uneventful recovery? Explain your response.
a. No because cartilage does not have a blood supply so it take
1. Jim Fitch decided that his physique left much to be desired, so he joined a local health club and
began to "pump iron" three times weekly. After three months of training, during which he lifted
increasingly heavier weights, he noticed that his arm a
1. Mrs. Jones has had a progressive decline in her mental capabilities in the last five or six years. At
first her family attributed her occasional memory lapses, confusion, and agitation to grief over
her husband's death six years earlier. When exami
1. Mrs. Abbruzzo brought her 4-year-old daughter to the doctor, complaining that she didn't "look
right:' The child's forehead was enlarged, her rib cage was knobby, and her lower limbs were
bent and deformed. X rays revealed
1. Justiniano worked in a poultry-packing plant where his job was cutting open chickens and
stripping out their visceral organs. After work, he typed for long hours on his computer
keyboard, writing a book about his work in the plant. Soon, his wrist a
1) Explain why limp celery becomes crisp and the skin of your fingertips wrinkles when placed in
tap water. (The principle is exactly the same.)
a. In both cases living cells have been placed in a hypotonic solution which means that the
1. Local anesthetics block voltage-gated Na+ channels. General anesthetics are thought to activate
chemically gated Cl- channels, thereby rendering the nervous system quiescent while surgery is
performed. What specific process do anesthetics impair, a
1) As Ben jumped on his bike and headed for the freshwater lake, his mother called after him,
"Don't swim if we have an electrical storm-it looks threatening" This was a valid request. Why?
a. Water is a good conductor of electricity so
Anatomy & Physiology
1. John has been suffering agonizing pain with each breath and has been informed by the physician
that he has pleurisy.
(a) Specifically, what membranes are involved in this condition? The pleura is the me