This is your final exam. This is not group work and must be done on your own. Please answer each
question in your own words and do not plagiarize. If you use more than the textbook, please cite your
outside sources. If not, I will assume that y
1. Low plasma albumin causes edema as a result of a reduction in which pressure?
Selected Answer: Capillary oncotic pressure
Response Feedback: Losses or diminished production of plasma albumin contributes to a decrease in
plasma oncotic pressure.
What is the risk of a woman with a first degree relative with breast cancer developing breast cancer
The woman's risk doubles
During the inflammatory process, what causes edema?
Increased capillary permeability
What are the outcomes of the comple
*lipids and proteins are the major
components of the plasma membrane
*the chief function of ribosomes is to
provide sites for lipid sythesis
*eukaryotic cells are characterized by
a lack of distinc
Questions and Answers
1. What is the name for the study of disease involving the functional or physiological changes in
the body that result from disease processes?
1. Relative risks indicate the percentage of disease cases in the general population that are
attributable to a specific risk factor.
Selected Answer: True
A common measure of the effect of a specific risk factor is the relative risk.
A person with XXXY has the genetic disorder called _ syndrome.
Selected Answer: Klinefelter
A disorder in the chromosome (47,XXY karyotype) results in a disorder known as
Klinefelter syndrome (Figure 4-16).
2. If a boy inherits a dis
Chapter 2 Quiz 1
How do free radicals cause cell damage?
By giving up an electron, causing injury to the
chemical bonds of the cell membrane
A free radical is an electrically uncharged atom
or group of atoms having an u
Virus: a non-living non cellular particle made up of nucleic acid and a protein coat. They are
parasites that can only reproduce inside living cells.
1. Parts of virus:
2. No cytoplasm
3. No growth
4. No metabolism
5. Cant reproduce on their own. (They ne
1. A virus contains which of the following?
Each type of virus always has two parts: an outer capsid, composed of
protein subunits, and an inner core of nucleic acid(either DNA or RNA).
2. Label the parts of a virus in the foll
1- _ is nuclear division, whereas _ is divided. Mitosis, cytokinesis 2- A duplicated chromosome is composed of identical. 3- This phase follows mitosis. 4- DNA is replicated during this phase. 5- Organelles are doubl
1- A human cell contains _ pair of sex chromosomes. Pg.141-A 1 pairs of chromosomes 2- Mitosis _ chromosome number, whereas meiosis_ Pg.141-D The chromosome number of the daughter cells. Maintains, decreases 8- A
The basic unit of life is the cell
Have to know the 4 types of categories of biological molecules. Pg. 50 1. Carbohydrates- Monosaccharide, disaccharide, polysaccharides.( glucose) immediate energy. 2. Lipid-s fats oils phospholipids. (Glycerol,
Cellular respiration requires O2, glucose and CO2, H2O are produced.
During cellular respiration, glucose from food is oxidized to CO2 which we exhale.
Oxygen (O2) which we breathe in is reduced to H2O. When glucose is oxidized, energy
1. The raw materials from photosynthesis area: C-Pg.95 The raw materials for photosynthesis are carbon dioxide and water. Water enters a leaf by way of leaf veins. Carbon dioxide enters a leaf by way of stomata. Chloroplasts have
3- Identify the incorrect statement:
A.T.P. only contains based adenine, and three phosphate groups.
4- A.T.P. is a good source of energy because:
Cells use the readily accessible energy supplied by
1- Which of the following is not found in a prokaryotic cell?
D- pg. 67-pg 74
Because mitochondrion is an organelle which prokaryotic cells dont contain.
2- Which of the following can be viewed only with an electron
1.c- because a carbohydrate contains an atoms of carbon and hydrogen. Pg 36 2.c- carbon with a total of 6 electron has 4 in the outer shell. Pg 36 3.a- a nucleic acids monomer is called nucleotide. Pg 48 7.a- glucose , with 6 carbon backbone and is a sing