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  1. 4. Which of the following is involved in lipid digestion?
    A. gastrin
    B. insulin
    C. glucose insulinotropic peptide
    D. HCL
    E. bile
    E. bile
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. TRUE or FALSE
    Flatworms have complete digestive systems. ___
    F
  3. TRUE or FALSE
    Salivary amylase is a protein digesting enzyme. ___
    F
  4. TRUE or FALSE
    Vitamin K is synthesized by resident bacteria in the human duodenum. ___
    F
  5. TRUE or FALSE
    Digestion of carbohydrates starts in the mouth. ___
    T
  6. Which of the blood components below contains the oxygen-transporting protein hemoglobin?
    A) platelets
    B) plasma
    C) white blood cells
    D) red blood cells
    e) all of the above
    D) red blood cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Respiration is controlled by sensors and effectors in the brain and carotid arteries that respond to a rise in _______ by _______ the rate of breathing.
    A) CO2; increasing
    B) NO; decreasing
    C) O2; decreasing
    D) O2; increasing
    E) CO2; decreasing
    A) CO2; increasing
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Which ABO blood type is known as the universal donor?
    A) A
    B) B
    C) AB
    D) O
    D) O
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Which of the following is not a component of plasma 
    A) red blood cells
    B) dissolved ions, sugars, hormones
    C) water
    D) albumin
    A) red blood cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Which of the following is NOT involved in the formation of a blood clot?
    a) albumin
    b) fibrinogen
    c) thrombin
    d) fibrin
    * a) albumin
  11. Four of the five answers listed below are components of the human respiratory system. Select the exception.
    A) diaphragm
    B) alveoli
    C) bronchiole
    D) trachea
    E) esophagus

    What is the hormone that stimulates the bone marrow to produce more red blood cells?
    a) platelets
    b) erythropoietin
    c) insulin
    d) TSH(Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)
    e) esophagus
    E) esophagus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Excitation for a heartbeat is initiated in the:
    a) sinoatrial (SA) node
    b) atrioventicular(AV) node
    c) atrioventicular(AV) valve
    d) semilunar valve
    sinoatrial (SA) node
  13. True or False
    Plasma is the cellular portion of blood___
    F
  14. True or False
    Humans have open circulatory system___
    F
  15. True or False
    Gas exchange takes place in alveoli. ___
    T
  16. ____ bradycardia
    . a slower than normal heart rate
  17. ____ right atrium
    receives blood from body
  18. ____ left atrium
    receives blood from lungs
  19. ____ right ventricle
    pumps blood to lungs
  20. ____ left ventricle
    pumps blood to body
  21. ____ tachycardia
    a faster than normal heart rate
  22. ____Are barriers to pathogens at body surfaces.
    a) intact skin and mucous membranes
    b) tears and saliva
    c) resident bacteria
    d) all of the above
    d) all of the above
  23. _MHC_____ are molecules that macrophages recognize as self and will not elicit an immune response.
    A) antigens
    B) MHC
    C) antibodies
    D) interleukins
    B) MHC
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Macrophages are derived from____
    A) eosinophils
    B) monocytes
    C) basophils
    D) neutrophils
    B) monocytes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Immunoglobulins designated_IgE__is involved in histamine release.
    A) IgG
    B) IgE
    C) IgM
    D) IgA
    B) IgE
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. 5. Memory cells are__________ that function in___________.
    A) macrophages; removing the debris of an infection.
    B) T cells; remembering self-antigen, thus protecting the body’s cells
    C) B cells; retaining the ability to make an antibody used to fight a previous infection
    D) T cells; determining which B cells will get activated
    C) B cells; retaining the ability to make an antibody used to fight a previous infection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. TRUE or FALSE
    Eosinophils are the most abundant leukocytes(WBC ) in blood.
    F
  28. TRUE or FALSE
    Inflammation is a non-specific immune response.
    T
  29. TRUE or FALSE
    T-cell lymphocytes originate and mature in the bone marrow.
    F
  30. TRUE or FALSE
    Activated complement system is a part of the first line of defence.
    F
  31. TRUE or FALSE
    Effector helper T-cells are needed for antibody mediated immune response.
    T
  32. Digestive organ that is responsible for re-absorption of water and the concentration of
    food residues:
    A. small intestine
    B. pancreas
    C. liver
    D. large intestine
    E. rectum
    D. large intestine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. Which of the following molecules digests proteins?
    A. pepsin
    B. lipase
    C. nuclease
    d. none of the above
    A. pepsin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. Four of the five answers listed below are functions of the digestive organs. Select the exception.
    A. absorption
    B. motility
    C. gas exchange
    D. digestion
    E. elimination
    C. gas exchange
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. 4. Which of the following is involved in lipid digestion?
    A. insulin
    B. glucose insulinotropic peptide
    C. gastrin
    D. bile
    E. HCL
    D. bile
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. TRUE or FALSE
    Flatworms have complete digestive systems. ___
    F
  37. TRUE or FALSE
    Salivary amylase is a protein digesting enzyme. ___
    F
  38. TRUE or FALSE
    Vitamin K is synthesized by resident bacteria in the human duodenum. ___
    F
  39. TRUE or FALSE
    Digestion of carbohydrates starts in the mouth. ___
    T
  40. Lateral roots are the product of the:    
    a) apical meristem
    b) epidermis
      c) pericycle
    d) endodermis
    e) vascular cylinders
    c) pericycle
  41. Stomata are responsible for:    
    a) water escape from the leaves
    b) carbon dioxide entry
    c) mineral absorption
    d) a & b
    e) a & b & c
    * d) a & b
  42. Mesophyll consists of______
    A) thick cell wall
    B) photosynthetic cells
    C) waxes and cutin
    D) cork
    B) photosynthetic cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. apical meristem
    source of primary growth(lengthwise)
  44. xylem
    conducts water
  45. phloem
    conducts sugars
  46. lateral meristem
    source of secondary growth(girthwise)
  47. True or False Procambium gives rise to vascular tissue.
    ___T___
  48. .True or False Monocots have netlike leaf veins
    .__F____
  49. .True or False Parenchyma is dermal tissue.
    ___F___
  50. .True or False Dicots have tap root system.
    ___T___
  51. ethylene
    promotes fruit ripening
  52. abscisic acid(ABA
    inhibits plant growth
  53. Auxin
    promotes plant growth
  54. Two species in the same habitat can coexist when they:
    a) differ in their use of resources
    b) share the same resource in different ways
    c) use the same resource at different times
      d) all of the above
    d) all of the above
  55. which of the following is not a type of symbiosis?
      a) predation
    b) parasitism
    c) commensalism
    d) mutualism
    a) predation
  56. The brown headed cowbird is an example of a:
    a) microparasite
    b) hemiparasite
      c) social parasite
    d) all of the above
    c) social parasite
  57. The revegetation of the area that was burnt by the recent fires is an example of:
    A) secondary succession
    B) primary succession
    C) resource partitioning
    d) all of the above
    A) secondary succession
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. TRUE OR FALSE

    Lice are ectoparasites.
    T
  59. TRUE OR FALSE


    Mistletoe is an example of a hemiparasite.
    T
  60. TRUE OR FALSE


    In commensalism both species benefit.
    F
  61. TRUE OR FALSE

    Biodiversity tends to be higher in the polar regions and lower in the tropics.
    F

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