Smooth, cardiac, and skeletal muscle all have in common: the cells of these muscles are all called muscle
Of the three types of muscle tissue:
o Which has multinucleated fibers: skeletal muscle
o Which is voluntary: skeletal muscle
1. Which of the following terms refers to the genes of an individual? A. genotypeB. phenotype
C. gameteD. probabilityE. autosomal
2. When you describe a person as having attached ear lobes, you are describing their genotype.
3. When describing
1. In a karyotype it can be seen that a homologous pair of chromosomes will contain how many
chromatids? A. oneB. twoC. threeD. fourE. six
2. What is the term for the DNA and proteins found within the cell? A. chromatinB. nucleus
1. When does the reproductive system begin to function fully? A. at birthB. before pubertyC. when
puberty is completeD. when there has been intercourseE. after menopause
2. All of the body systems in humans are the same in m
1. What do smooth, cardiac, and skeletal muscle all have in common? A. They are all uninucleated.
B. They are all striated.C. They are all found in the walls of blood vessels.D. The cells of these
muscles are all called muscle fibers.E. They al
1. Which function of the skeleton do the rib cage, vertebral column, and skull represent? A. support
the bodyB. protect soft body partsC. produce blood cellsD. store minerals and fatsE. permit flexible
2. Which function of the ske
1. How are excretion and defecation alike? A. Both are carried out by the urinary system.
B. Both eliminate waste from the body.C. Both are carried out by the digestive system.
D. Both involve the kidneys.E. Both involve the colo
1. How are excretion and defecation alike? A. Both are carried out by the urinary system.B. Both
eliminate waste from the body.C. Both are carried out by the digestive system.D. Both involve the
kidneys.E. Both involve the colon.
2. The kidneys
1. Ventilation includes A. inspiration only.B. expiration only.C. both inspiration and
expiration.D. the volume of air that can be exhaled.E. the transportation of oxygen to the cells
in the body.
2. The respiratory system is responsible for A.
Digestive System and Nutrition
1. Which of following is not considered an accessory organ of the digestive system? A. liverB. salivary glands
C. small intestinesD. pancreasE. gallbladder
2. Which accessory organ of the digestive system will pro
The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
1. What are organisms that are capable of causing disease called? A. symbiontsB. teratogens
C. carcinogensD. mutagensE. pathogens
2. A bacterium that is shaped like a basketball would be called a(n) A. coccus.B.
1. Which of the following is not a function of blood? A. transportB. defenseC. regulationD. pumping
E. carry oxygen
2. The two major components of blood are A. red blood cells and white blood cells.B. plasma and
serum.C. plasma and red blood ce
1. At the arterial end of a capillary, blood pressure is more important than osmotic pressure to cause
water to exit the capillary. (T)
2. Gas exchange is the only function of blood. (F)
3. When comparing the cardiovascular system to a city, wh
1. Specialized cells that work together to perform a common function are called
A. membranes.B. organs.C. tissues.D. glands.E. organisms.
2. Which of the following is not considered a basic tissue type? A. epithelialB. connective
C. muscleD. ne
Cell Structure and Function
1. What are the folds in mitochondrial membranes called? A. matrixB. cristaeC. rugaeD. lumenE. villi
2. The gel-like fluid substance within a mitochondrion is called the A. matrix.B. cristae.C. rugae.
1. The smallest unit of an element that still retains the chemical and physical properties of that
element is called A. an isotope.B. a nucleus.C. an atom.D. a molecular bond.E. a neutrino.
2. In an atom, the number of protons always equals the
Multiple Choice Questions1. The scientific study of life is called: A. biologyB. ecologyC. anatomy
D. biochemistryE. limnology
2. A complex individual that consists of organ systems is known as a/an A. community.B. population.
C. organism.D. ti
Chapter 7 Circular Motion and Gravitation
A race car, traveling at a constant speed of 50 m/s, drives around a circular track of radius 250 m.
What angular acceleration does it experience?
B) 1.0 104 rad/s2
C) 6.3 102 rad/s2
D) 1.0 101 rad/s2
The average density of blood is 1.06 103 kg/ m3. If you donate a pint of blood to the Red Cross, what mass
of blood have you donated, in grams? (1 pt = 1/2 L, 1 L = 1000 cm3)
A) 530 g
B) 0.530 g
C) 5.30 103 g
D) 5.30 105 g
E) 5.30 g
Kinematics: Linear Motion / One Dimension
Two Dimensional Motions
Vertical Motion of a Projectile that Falls from Rest
Forces & the Laws of Motion
Atwood Machine Acceleration:
Gravitational Potential: if change in hei
A body of mass 5.0 kg is suspended by a spring which stretches 10 cm when the
mass is attached. It is then displaced downward an additional 5.0 cm and
released. Its position as a function of time is approxi
Exam 1 Material: Chapter 1& 2: Kinematic Chapter 3: Motion in Two Dimensions
The average density of blood is 1.06 10 kg/ m . If you donate a pint of blood to the Red Cross, what
mass of blood have you donated, in grams? (1 pt = 1/2 L, 1 L = 1000 cm