8 Blood Pressure
Blood volume is 4-6L
Is a continuous column contained in a flexible
There is a degree of blood pressure without the
heart pumping (this is because of the closed
Blood Pressure Waves
Action of the he
Week 1: Membrane Structure and Function
Biology, 8e (Campbell), Chapter 7
W2. L01. Animal Form and Function
Thin cells, closely linked
Lining of lungs,
capillary walls, blood
Thin layer across
which diffusion can
Cells rich i
Week 1: A Tour of the Cell.
Biology, 8e (Campbell) Chapter 6
Multiple-Choice Question Student Answers
Biology 110 Exam 2 Study Guide
Be sure to recognize integumentary system, cutaneous membrane, and skin.
What are the two main layers of the skin?
What are the differences between them?
What are the layers of the epidermis?
Exam 3 Questions
1. Identify the 2 true layers of skin. What is the major tissue composition of
2. Where is the subcutaneous layer located & what is its major tissue
3. Identify the major secretory product of: kera
Bio 110 Exam I Study Guide
1. Define the following:
a. Abdominal cavity
b. Abdominopelvic cavity
d. Cranial cavity
g. Frontal plane
Bacterial Disease Associations Exam 2
Immunity from childhood vaccination wanes 5 to Whooping cough
10 years after the last dose (usually given at 4 to
6 years of age),
Exam 1 Study Guide
1. Define: anatomy; physiology.
2. Identify the major structural levels of organization of living things, from
smallest structure to largest.
3. Define: cell; tissue; organ; organ system.
4. Identify 5 characterist
Bio 225 Unit 3 Sample Exam
1. The scientific study of disease:
2. The cause of a disease:
3. The ability of a patho
Biology 110 Exam 4
Biology 110 Exam 4
Choose the one best answer. Read all directions, questions, and answer choices carefully.
1. Which of the following is not a formed element of blood?
Biology 110 Exam 3
Choose the one best answer. Read all directions, questions, and answer choices carefully. Put your
name on the test and the scantron.
1. The major divisions of the nervous system are:
A. Central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervo
BIO 210 Sample Exam
CHAPTERS 4- 7
(answer key at end of section)
Bio 110 Sample Exam 1
1. Physiology is:
A. The study of the structure of the human body
B. The study of the function of the human body
C. The study of physics by someone with a human body
D. The study of load limit s that homeostatic mechanisms can withst
Bio 225 Exam 2 Study Guide
Chapter 8 Microbial Genetics
1. Define genetics.
2. Define a gene and explain how it codes for a protein.
4. Compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic chromosomes.
Sense strand of D
Biology 110 Exam 3 Study Guide
What are the divisions of the nervous system?
What structures are found in the CNS?
What is the difference between the somatic and autonomic systems?
What are the functional differences between the symp
Bio 225 Chapter 9 Practice Questions
1. Which of the following steps most closely represents the definition of recombinant DNA
A. Use a restriction enzyme to cut the genome of an organism into pieces
B. Use a restriction enzyme to cut plasmids
The Short List of Pathogens, Diseases, and Treatments
Sorted by Pathogen
Lyme disease, relapsing fever
Biology 110 Exam 4 Study Guide
Bio 110 Exam 4 Study Guide
1. What are the formed elements of blood? Describe the general structure and
function of each (Nucleus, no nucleus, granules, no granules, any other
specializations like hemoglobin), inc
Bio 110 Sample Exam 2
1. The skin has two primary layers, the _ and the _.
A. Epidermis, dermis
B. Stratum germanitivum, stratum corneum
C. Mucous, synovial
D. Visceral, parietal
2. Which of the following is not a function of the skin?
Practice Exam 6
There is no answer key for this practice exam. I will grade this for my students (BIO-112
sections A02, and A81, spring 2008) but it will require a scantron form, which you may obtain
Directions (for students w