UT Knoxville BCMB 230 - BCMB Supertest Final Exam Key (51 pages)

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Bcmb 230 - Human Physiology
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BCMB 230 Final Spring 2005 1 Hemoglobin that has carbon dioxide bound to it is called a oxyhemoglobin b deoxyhemoglobin c carbaminohemoglobin d hematopoietic 2 Which of the following is an example of a specific body defense mechanism a phagocystosis b inflammation c antibodies d complement 3 Which is mediator of inflammation is secreted by mast cells a histamine b kinins c complement d perforin 4 The structure within the nephron that helps control kidney function by acting as a sensory and endocrine organ is the a juxtaglomerular apparatus b juxtamedullary organ c vasa recta d renal corpuscle 5 The shape of the oxygen hemoglobin dissociation curve is a linear b sigmoid s shaped c sinusoidal d saturated 6 Which of the following pressures found between the body wall and the lung a intrapulmonary b intrapleural c transpulmonary d atmospheric 7 Reabsorption that must occur is called a primary b secondary c regulatory d obligatory 8 The volume of the urine produced is mainly dependent on a ADH adjusting the permeability of the collecting ducts b aldosterone increasing sodium reabsorption c vasodilation or constriction of the glomerulus d active transport of water by the distal tubules 9 Sodium levels in the plasma are conserved by the action of a ADH b aldosterone c parathyroid hormone d calcitonin 10 Extreme vomiting can induce a metabolic acidosis b respiratory alkalosis c metabolic alkalosis d respiratory acidosis 11 Concentration of respiratory gases is typically measured in a partial pressure b moles c osmoles d millimeters 12 Each molecule of hemoglobin can bind oxygen molecules a 1 b 2 c 3 d 4 13 Which of the following does not increase hemoglobin affinity to oxygen a lower temperature b high oxygen concentration c high DPG d low carbon dioxide concentration 14 Which substance does not bind to hemoglobin a bicarbonate b oxygen c carbon dioxide d hydrogen ions 15 Contraction of the diaphragm acts to a increase thoracic volume and lower pressure b decrease thoracic



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