Anatomy And Physiology Final Exam 1

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Anatomy and Physiology Final Exam 1

  
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1.  In anatomic position, the dorsum of the hand is
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2.  While the testis would be considered an organ of the reproductive system, the interstitial cells of Leydig produce testosterone, and so would belong to the
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3.  The interpubic j (the joint anteriorly between the two pubic bones) is what type of articulation?
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4.  If a cell is in a solution which would cause the cell to shrink, the concentration of the solution is __________ the concentration inside the cell.
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5.  Acids are
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6.  A replacement of a cartilaginous "model" of a bone is seen in
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7.  The cartilaginous plates between the diaphysis and epiphysis are the
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8.  If the concentration of sodium ions is 142 mEq outside the cell and 10 mEq inside, the diffusional gradient (chemical gradient) would favor the movement of sodium
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9.  Calcium ions bind to the __________ molecule in skeletal muscle cells.
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10.  A sacromere is
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11.  The major function of the sarcoplasmic reticulum during muscle contraction is to
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12.  Athletes sometimes complain of oxygen debt, a condition that results when insufficient oxygen is available to break down pyruvic acid completely. As a result, the pyruvic acid is converted to
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13.  A muscle that provides the major force for producing a specific movement is called a(n
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14.  The elaborate network of membranes in skeletal and cardiac muscle that functions in calcium storage is the
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15.  After nerve stimulation of the muscle fiber has ceased, the calcium
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16.  Fast oxidative fibers contain
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17.  A large motor unit
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18.  Rigor mortis occurs because
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19.  The T-tubules
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20.  In muscle contraction, calcium ions
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21.  In a concentric (isotonic) contraction, the muscle
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22.  ATPase activity is found where?
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23.  The connective tissue investment about each fascicle of a gross muscle is the
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24.  The thin filaments are attached to the
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25.  What is the commonest neurotransmitter used to excite the muscle fiber?
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26.  Where does the nerve innervating the skeletal muscle fiber have its terminus?
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27.  Direct-acting neurotransmitters
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28.  The role of acetylcholinesterase is to
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29.  The substance released at axonal endings to propagate a nervous impulse is
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30.  A neuron that has as its primary function the job of connecting other neurons is
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31.  The sodium-potassium pump pumps __________  sodium ions __________ the cell and __________  potassium ions __________.
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32.  An action potential
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33.  Select the correct statement about synapses.
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34.  The period after an initial stimulus when a neuron is not sensitive to another stimulus is the
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35.  Saltatory conduction is made possible by
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36.  All the following are true about graded potentials except that they
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37.  Which of these cells forms myelin sheaths within the central nervous system?
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38.  The voltage-gated potassium channel has how many gates?
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39.  An action potential generated in a membrane will, if possible
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40.  Which ions are moving into and out of the cell during depolarization?
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41.  Which of these values would represent reverse polarization, given a resting membrane potential of -85 mV?
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42.  An inhibitory postsynaptic potential (IPSP) is associated with
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43.  The brainstem includes the
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44.  The subarachnoid space lies between which two layers of the meninges?
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45.  The vital centers for the control of heart rate, respiration, and blood pressure are found in the
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46.  The outermost meninx is the
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47.  If the posterior part of the neural tube were to fail to close properly
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48.  Which of these is not a midbrain structure?
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49.  The brain area that regulates activities that control the state of wakefulness or alertness of the cerebral cortex is the
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50.  The functions of the vestibulocochlear nerves include
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