BIO 1112 - Exam 3

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    Questions 1-4, organize the following terms on the basis of level of structure, from the simplest (1) to the most complex (4).
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    Next simplest.
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    A little more complex

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    An emergency room doctor setting a complex bone fracture is relying primarily on knowledge of:
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    A personal trainer who works with clients to help them lose weight through a combination of diet and exercise focusing primarily on anatomy or physiology?

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    The heart is considered a(n):
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    The building blocks of DNA & RNA.
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    Released by the pancreas when blood sugar is too low.
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    Released by the pancreas when blood sugar is too high.

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    A polymer macromolecule which is constructed from simple sugars.
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    Blood sugar
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    Shivering is the human body's way of producing heat when the internal temperature falls below a set point. This is an attempt to maintain _______.
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    Which of the following statements regarding organ systems is not true?
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    Vasoconstriction is to shivering as vasodilation is to _____.
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    Hikers on Mt. Everest often die when their body temperature drops too low. This condition is called ______.

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    Which of the following is most likely happening when you feel thirsty?
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    For Questions 18-22, place the following structures of the digestive system in order (from the entry of food to the exit of waste). Entry of food.
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    Exit of waste.
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    Which part of the digestive tract has the most acidic pH?
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    Gastric bypass surgery causes the _____ to become ______.
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    Muscle paralysis in the digestive tract would compromise which digestive function?
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    Where does the majority of the chemical digestion take place?

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    A person who has had his or her gallbladder surgically removed will have trouble processing:
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    Kills ingested bacteria on contact, and denatures proteins for further processing. Has a pH close to 1.
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    Breaks down starches into simple sugars.
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    Disassembles fats into their fatty acid and glycerol ingredients.

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    Emulsifies fats.
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    Digests proteins into amino acids.
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    The muscular contraction used to push food down the esophagus and to mix chyme in the stomach is called ______.
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    The pancreas is responsible for
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    The villi which line the wall of the small intestines serve to
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    An incomplete digestive cavity where nutrients are digested and absorbed in a sea anemone is called a _____.
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    Every year thousands of people die from the influenza virus. Which of the following statements regarding the influenza virus is false?
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    Once a virus has invaded a host cell, the host cell will most likely be destroyed as a result of
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    Viruses can store their genetic information as DNA or RNA. Common RNA viruses include all of the following except
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    Why are viruses considered nonliving?
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    The immune system occasionally malfunctions. Which of the following is an example of an immune system malfunction?
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    Most adults have had a series of vaccinations throughout their life. The purpose of vaccinations is to
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    Which of the following statements regarding the primary and secondary immune response is false?
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    Which of the following if found in all viruses?
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    According to the article, how much smoking contribute to increased incidence of heart attack?
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    In regards to clot formation, where do accumulated LDL's begin to cause problems at high concentration, having undergone both oxidation and glycation?
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    This is a tight, squeezing pain in the chest, caused by a compromised heart artery.
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    The two major components of LDL's are:
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    Heart attacks and strokes are caused by
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    Macrophages are also referred to as _____, when they are filled with fatty droplets that they have ingested.

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