Human Physiology - General Questions and Answers

courses SC BIOL1001 M N O F Quiz To be completed by all regula
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courses SC BIOL1001 M N O F Quiz To be completed by all regula
Potential Area of Investigation 3 narrow topic Describe what you would like to know more about the topic Why do children throw a fit when they lose a game Explain why you are interested in this Anger at the game could cause nice expensive things to break Express the narrowed topic as a research
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Potential Area of Investigation 3 narrow topic Describe what you would like to know more about the topic Why do children throw a fit when they lose a game Explain why you are interested in this Anger at the game could cause nice expensive things to break Express the narrowed topic as a research
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6 What is a precursor cell of macrophages histiocytes A Langerhans cell B Dendritic cell C Kupffer cell D Monocyte Which is main protein of reticular fibers A Type I collagen B Type II collagen C Type III collagen
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6 What is a precursor cell of macrophages histiocytes A Langerhans cell B Dendritic cell C Kupffer cell D Monocyte Which is main protein of reticular fibers A Type I collagen B Type II collagen C Type III collagen
1 Each of the following statements concerning the basement membrane is true EXCEPT A separates epithelium from the underlying connective tissue B is absent in some epithelia C contains type IV collagen and laminin D serves for epithelial cell attachment E takes part in nutrition of epithelium which type of epithelium is adapted to protect underlying tissues from abrasion and friction A simple squamous B stratified squamous C transitional n simple cuboidal
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1 Each of the following statements concerning the basement membrane is true EXCEPT A separates epithelium from the underlying connective tissue B is absent in some epithelia C contains type IV collagen and laminin D serves for epithelial cell attachment E takes part in nutrition of epithelium which type of epithelium is adapted to protect underlying tissues from abrasion and friction A simple squamous B stratified squamous C transitional n simple cuboidal
Glycolysis occurs in the and therefore it does not require A mitochondria B chloroplast C stroma
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Glycolysis occurs in the and therefore it does not require A mitochondria B chloroplast C stroma
ASS All changes saved ion Scientists have Look at your model and think about the relationship between a series of under a hermetically oxygen and carbon dioxide in the sealed jar Which of these ery similarly when candle or mouse the statements is true Plants and animals use oxygen during respiration me To O Plants use oxygen during photosynthesis Plants release only carbon dioxide during photosynthesis O Plants and animals release oxygen during respiration
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ASS All changes saved ion Scientists have Look at your model and think about the relationship between a series of under a hermetically oxygen and carbon dioxide in the sealed jar Which of these ery similarly when candle or mouse the statements is true Plants and animals use oxygen during respiration me To O Plants use oxygen during photosynthesis Plants release only carbon dioxide during photosynthesis O Plants and animals release oxygen during respiration
53 In mammals which of the following vessels transports blood from the lung back to the heart A pulmonary artery B pulmonary vein C superior vena cava D coronary artery E pulmonary trunk 54 Imagine that blood did not contain any dissolved proteins What would likely happen when this abnormal blood flows through a capillary bed A Nearly all of the fluid in the blood would move out of the capillaries B None of the fluid in the blood would move out of the capillaries C Some of the proteins in the interstitial fluid would flow into the capillaries D The blood would flow normally through the capillaries E There is more than one correct choice provided 55 The stem cells found in the red marrow inside bones A phagocytize bacterial cells B are primarily important in blood clotting c are responsible for an immune response D can differentiate into all blood cells and platelets E None of the above
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53 In mammals which of the following vessels transports blood from the lung back to the heart A pulmonary artery B pulmonary vein C superior vena cava D coronary artery E pulmonary trunk 54 Imagine that blood did not contain any dissolved proteins What would likely happen when this abnormal blood flows through a capillary bed A Nearly all of the fluid in the blood would move out of the capillaries B None of the fluid in the blood would move out of the capillaries C Some of the proteins in the interstitial fluid would flow into the capillaries D The blood would flow normally through the capillaries E There is more than one correct choice provided 55 The stem cells found in the red marrow inside bones A phagocytize bacterial cells B are primarily important in blood clotting c are responsible for an immune response D can differentiate into all blood cells and platelets E None of the above
DIOTOE Brain Observation Lab Prentice Label the diagram of the brain below
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DIOTOE Brain Observation Lab Prentice Label the diagram of the brain below
A A V V T Paragraph 17 of the eye The size and shape of the vitreous light sensitive layer at the back of the eye 8 Which layer do you see first the retina or cho What is the spot called where the retina is att
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A A V V T Paragraph 17 of the eye The size and shape of the vitreous light sensitive layer at the back of the eye 8 Which layer do you see first the retina or cho What is the spot called where the retina is att
Evidence indicating that LDL is internalized by a receptor-mediated mechanism includes
O a. degradation of LDL in lysosomes
Ob. inherited mutations in the human population
O csaturable LDL binding to cells
O d. all of the above
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Evidence indicating that LDL is internalized by a receptor-mediated mechanism includes O a. degradation of LDL in lysosomes Ob. inherited mutations in the human population O csaturable LDL binding to cells O d. all of the above
Actin assembly in vitro
O a. Requires addition of actin oligomers termed nuclei
O b. Requires ATP hydrolysis
Oc. Is reversible and requires actin-binding proteins
Od. None of the above is correct
Oe. All of the above are correct
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Actin assembly in vitro O a. Requires addition of actin oligomers termed nuclei O b. Requires ATP hydrolysis Oc. Is reversible and requires actin-binding proteins Od. None of the above is correct Oe. All of the above are correct
Write a brief description of each of the 11 organ systems (make a human), include images that help illustrate your points if you like. You will need to gather the information for this report from your textbook as well as other sources. Be sure to correctly cite these sources. A short paragraph of 3-4 sentences per organ system is recommended.
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Write a brief description of each of the 11 organ systems (make a human), include images that help illustrate your points if you like. You will need to gather the information for this report from your textbook as well as other sources. Be sure to correctly cite these sources. A short paragraph of 3-4 sentences per organ system is recommended.
Which of the following statements about dendritic cells is incorrect?
They are part of the 2nd line of defense
They are antigen presenting cells (APC)
They are phagocytic cells
They are part of the innate immunity
All the statements are correct
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Which of the following statements about dendritic cells is incorrect? They are part of the 2nd line of defense They are antigen presenting cells (APC) They are phagocytic cells They are part of the innate immunity All the statements are correct
The risk for Erythroblastosis Fetalis is highest during the first pregnancy. Complications associated with a mother who is Rh negative carrying a fetus which is Rh positive becomes less serious with each subsequent pregnancy.
A. True
B. False
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The risk for Erythroblastosis Fetalis is highest during the first pregnancy. Complications associated with a mother who is Rh negative carrying a fetus which is Rh positive becomes less serious with each subsequent pregnancy. A. True B. False
According to the Frank-Starling mechanism of the heart:
strokę volume increases with increased venous return.
cardiac output increases with increased heart rate.
both ventricles contract simultaneously.
the intrinsic rate of the heart's pacemaker is 100 beats/min.
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According to the Frank-Starling mechanism of the heart: strokę volume increases with increased venous return. cardiac output increases with increased heart rate. both ventricles contract simultaneously. the intrinsic rate of the heart's pacemaker is 100 beats/min.