BIO100 CVS PRACTICE EXAM & END OF CHP12 ?S

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  1. THE PORTION OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM THATS MISSING IN AN OPEN CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IS :

    HEART, VEINS, ARTERIOLES, CAPILLARIES, ARTERIES
    CAPILLARIES
  2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOESN'T BELONG?

    ERYTHROCYTES, LYMPHOCYTES, NEUTROPHILS, MONOCYTES, EOSINOPHILS
    ERTHROCYTES
  3. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT INVOLVED WITH IMMUNE RESPONSE?

    ERYTHROCYTES, LYMPHOCYTES, NEUTROPHILS, MONOCYTES, EOSINOPHILS
    ERYTHROCYTES
  4. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST PREVELANT BLOOD CELL?

    ERYTHROCYTES, LYMPHOCYTES, NEUTROPHILS, MONOCYTES, EOSINOPHILS
    ERYTHROCYTES
  5. IN HUMANS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT HAVE A NUCLUES?

    ERYTHROCYTES, LYMPHOCYTES, NEUTROPHILS, MONOCYTES, EOSINOPHILS
    ERYTHROCYTES
  6. MOST OXYGEN IN BLOOD IS TRANSPORTED BY

    PLASMA, BICARBONATE OR CARBONIC ACID, PLATELETS, HEMOGLOBIN, LEUKOCYTES
    HEMOGLOBIN
  7. THE AVERAGE RED BLOOD CELL LIVES FOR ABOUT:

    3-4DAYS, 3-4WEEKS, 3-4MONTHS, 1YEAR, 3-4YEARS
    3-4MONTHS
  8. HEMOGLOBIN CONTAINS:

    SODIUM, CHLORINE, IRON, MAGNESIUM, COPPER
    IRON
  9. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT INVOLVED IN FORMATION OF A BLOOD CLOT?

    PLASMA CELLS, CALCIUM IONS, THROMBIN, FIBRIN, ALL OF THESE
    PLASMA CELLS
  10. "THROMBOCYTE" IS ANOTHER NAME FOR:

    LYMPHOCYTE, RED BLOOD CELL, PLATELET, NEUTROPHIL, EOSINOPHIL
    PLATELET
  11. PULMONARY CIRCULATION:

    INVOLVES HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN, CARRIES O2 RICH BLOOD TO LUNGS, INCLUDES CORONARY ARTERIES, LEADS TO-THROUGH-FROM LUNGS, ALL OF THESE
    LEADS TO-THROUGH-FROM LUNGS
  12. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A GRANULAR WHITE CELL?

    a)MONOCYTE, b)EOSINPHIL, c)BASOPHIL, d)NEUTROPHIL e) B, C & D
    e) B, C & D
  13. THE AORTA LEAVES THE

    RIGHT ATRIUM, LEFT ATRIUM, RIGHT VENTRICLE, LEFT VENTRICLE, NONE OF THESE
    LEFT VENTRICLE
  14. THE PULMONARY ARTERY ARISES IN THE

    RIGHT ATRIUM, AORTA, RIGHT VENTRICLE, LEFT VENTRICLE, LEFT ATRIUM
    RIGHT VENTRICLE
  15. THE MAIN PACEMAKER OF THE HEART IS THE ___ NODE

    SINOATRIAL, ATRIOVENTRICULAR, SEMILUNAR, SUPERIOR VENA CAVA, INFERIOR VENA CAVA
    SINOATRIAL
  16. BLOOD PRESSURE IS THE HIGHEST IN THE

    AORTA, PULMONARY ARTERY, CAPILLARIES, JUGULAR VEIN, INFERIOR VENA CAVA
    AORTA
  17. THE HEART RHYTHM NORMALLY ORIGINATES IN THE

    ATRIOVENTRICULAR NODE, INTERCALATED DISK, SINOATRIAL NODE, PERICARDIUM, NONE OF THESE
    SINOATRIAL NODE
  18. THE DIASTOLIC PRESSURE FOR A NORMAL, HEALTHY, YOUNG ADULT WOULD BE ___MM

    60, 80, 100, 120, 140
    80
  19. DURING VENTRICULAR SYSTOLE

    O2 RICH BLOOD IS PUMPED INTO THE LUNGS, THE LOWER CHAMBERS OF THE HEART CONTRACT, THE ATRIOVENTRICULAR VALVES OPEN, O2 POOR BLOOD FROM THE ENTIRE BODY FLOWS INTO THE RIGHT ATRIUM, NONE OF THESE
    THE LOWER CHAMBERS OF THE HEART CONTRACT
  20. WHICH IS THE PROPER SEQUENCE IN CLOTTING?
    A)PROTHROMBIN, FIBRIN, FIBRINOGEN, THROMBIN, CLOT
    B)PROTHROMBIN, THROMBIN, FIBRINOGEN, FIBRIN, CLOT
    C) PROTHROMBIN, FIBRINOGEN, FIBRIN, THROMBIN, CLOT
    D)PROTHROMBIN, FIBRINOGEN, FIBRIN, CLOT
    B)PROTHROMBIN, THROMBIN, FIBRINOGEN, FIBRIN, CLOT
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  21. ____ARE COMPOSED OF 2 GROUPS: T CELLS AND B CELLS

    MACROPHAGES, LYMPHOCYTES, PLATELETS, COMPLEMENT CELLS, NEUTROPHILS
    LYMPHOCYTES
  22. ____CELLS ARE HELD IN RESERVE TO BE USED FOR A RAPID RESPONSE TO SUBSEQUENT INTRUDERS OF THE SAME TYPE PREVIOUSLY SEEN BY THE BODY

    SUPRESSOR T, HELPER T, MEMORY, KILLER T, B
    MEMORY
  23. ____CELLS ARE LYMPHOCYTES THAT SLOW DOWN OR STOP THE IMMUNE RESPONSE

    SUPRESSOR T, HELPER T, MEMORY, KILLER T, B
    SUPRESSOR T
  24. ____ CELLS DIFFERENTIATE INTO CELLS THAT WILL MAKE ANTI BODIES

    SUPRESSOR T, HELPER T, MEMORY, KILLER T, B
    B
  25. THE REASON MOST ORGAN TRANSPLANTS FAIL IS

    A)INABILITY TO CONNECT UP THE VASCULAR TISSUE BETWEEN DONOR AND RECIPIENT
    B)NONE OF THESE
    C)KILLER T CELLS ENTER THE TRANSPLANT THEOUGH THE CONNECTING BLOOD VESSELS AND THROUGH A SERIES OF EVENTS, CAUSES THE BODY'S PHAGOCYTES TO ENGULF AND DESTROY THE TRANSPLANTED TISSUE
    D)THE DONATED TISSUE PRODUCES ANTIBODIES THAT CAUSE A FATAL REASCTION
    E)WANDERING PHAGOCYTES ATTACK TISSUE ADJACENT TO THE TRANSPLANT
    C)KILLER T CELLS ENTER THE TRANSPLANT THEOUGH THE CONNECTING BLOOD VESSELS AND THROUGH A SERIES OF EVENTS, CAUSES THE BODY'S PHAGOCYTES TO ENGULF AND DESTROY THE TRANSPLANTED TISSUE
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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