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103. Which type of granulocyte fights parasitic infections: a. neutrophil b. basophil c. lymphocyte d. eosinophil

d. eosinophil

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104. The first step in municipal water treatment is: a. chlorination b. flocculation c. filtration d. flash mix

d. flash mix

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105. The last step in municipal water treatment is: a. flocculation b. filtration c. flash mix d. chlorination

d. chlorination

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106. Which method of pasteurization heats milk the most in the shortest amount of time: a. ultra method b. holding method c. flash method d. flocculation

a. ultra method

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107. Antibodies are: a. lipids b. carbohydrates c. proteins d. antigens

c. proteins

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108. Cows milk is heated to 161 F for 15-20 seconds in the _____ method of pasteurization: a. holding b. ultra c. flash d. filtration

c. flash

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109. San Joaquin Valley Fever would be observed in _____ proportions: a. epidemic b. endemic c. pandemic d. idiopthic

b. endemic

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110. All of the following is usually attainded through animal contact except: a. tularemia b. psittacosis c. brucellosis d. scarlet fever

d. scarlet fever

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111. Which antibody is involved in allergic reactions: a. IgA b. IgM c. IgD d. IgE

d. IgE

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112. Which of the following antibodies crosses the placenta: a.IgE b. IgA c. IgG d. IgD

c. IgG

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113. This type of antibody is found in tears and saliva: a. IgG b. IgE c. IgA d. IgM

c. IgA

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114. T-cells mature in the: a. bone marrow b. spleen c. thymus d. liver

c. thymus

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115. The pacemaker of the heart is the: a. left ventricle b. AV node c. right ventricle d. SA node

d. SA node

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116. Which contains the fastest conduction of the heart: a. left ventricle b. AV node c. perkinje fiber d. SA node

c. perkinje fiber

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117. Closure of both AV valves causes the _____ sound: a. S1 b. S2 c. S3 d. S4

a. S1

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118. Which usually indicates a heart attack: a. enlarged P wave b. enlarged T wave c. enlarged Q wave d. shortened R wave

c. enlarged Q wave (d?)

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119. Ventricular depolarization is best represented by the ______ wave: a. T b. Q c. QRS d. P

c. QRS

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120. When the semilunar valves close, the _____ sound is produced: a. S1 b. S2 c. S3 d. S4

b. S2

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121. Which creates the S4 sound: a. ventricle contraction b. atrial contraction c. opening of the AV valves d. closing of the AV valves

b. atrial contraction

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122. The functional unit of the kidney is: a. papillary duct b. renal pelvis c. nephron d. cortex

c. nephron

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123. All of the following are true regarding the kidney except: a. produces RBC's b. forms urine c. controls blood pressure d. releases toxins from the blood

a. produces RBC's

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124. The glomerular filtration rate is approximatesly ______ ml/min: a. 75 b. 90 c. 125 d. 250

c. 125

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125. Efferent arterioles drain into the _____: a. glomerulus b. afferent arteriole c. peritubular capillaries d. arcuate arteries

c. peritubular capillaries

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126. The interlobar vein drains into the: a. renal artery b. renal vein c. glomerulus d. efferent arteriole

b. renal vein

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127. Which directly drains the afferent arteriole: a. interlobular artery b. arculate artery c. glomerulus d. renal artery

c. glomerulus

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128. The arcuate vein drains into the: a. interlobular vein b. interlobar vein c. glomerulus d. renal artery

b. interlobar artery

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129. Atrial depolarization is best represented by the _____ wave: a. T b. P c. QRS d. Q

b. P

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130. The main function of the glomerulus is: a. tubular reabsorption b. concentration of urine c. filtration of toxins d. tubular secretion

c. filtration of toxins

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131. which is not a function of the vasa recta of a nephron: a. tubular secretion b. tubular reabsorptino c. concentration of urine d. hemolysis

d. hemolysis

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132. Renal artery directly drains into: a. interlobular vein b. afferent arteriole c. arcuate arteries d. interlobar arteries

d. interlobar arteries

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133. Which has the lowest plasma clearance value: a. potassium b. phosphate c. glucose d. sodium

c. glucose

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134. All of the following decrease the glomerular filtration rate except: a. decreased glomerular pressure b. increased plasma colloidal c. increased Bowman's capsule pressure d. increased glomerular pressure

d. increased glomerular pressure

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135. Which vessels have the most pressure: a. veins b. arterioles c. capillaries d. arteries

d. arteries

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136. The _____ reflex maintains blood pressure specifically in the brain: a. carotid sinus b. aortic sinus c. hepatic sinus d. vaso

a. carotid sinus

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137. All of the following can cause metabolic acidosis except: a. oxygen deficiency due to high altitude b. diabetes mellitus c. excessive diarrhea d. kidney failure

a. oxygen deficiency due to high altitude

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138. Respiratory alkalosis can be caused by which of the following: a. kidney failure b. prolonged vometing c. oxygen deficiency d. diabetes mellitus

c. oxygen deficiency

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139. What enzyme converts Angiotension I into Angiotension II: a. ADH b. ACT c. angiotensin converting enzyme d. ACTH

c. angiotensin converting enzyme

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140. Which is not an effect of aldosterone: a. decrease blood pressure b. increase blood pressure c. increase blood volume d. elevation in water content in blood

a. decrease in blood pressure

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141. Which causes aldosterone to be released by the adrenal cortex: a. oxygen depletion b. increased angiotensin II c. renin d. angiotensinogen

b. increased angiotensin II

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142. Renin breaks apart _____ to make angiotensin I: a. angiotensin II b. phosphate c. calcium d. angiotensinogen

d. angiotensinogen

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143. What is most responsible for maintaining acid base balance: a. phosphate ions b. hydrogen ions c. oxygen d. renin

b. hydrogen ions

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144. An excessive amount of carbon dioxide in body liquids will cause: a. respiratory alkalosis b. respiratory acidosis c. metabolic acidosis d. none of the above

b. respiratory acidosis

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145. Which of the following pH levels are represented as alkalosis: a. 7.05 b. 7.20 c. 7.25 d. 7.50

d. 7.50

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146. All of the following conditions can cause metabolic acidosis except: a. prolonged diarrhea b. prolonged vomiting c. emphysema d. diabetes mellitus

c. emphysema

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147. The functional unit of the lung is which of the following: a. alveolar sacs b. trachea c. alveoli d. alveolar ducts

c. alveoli

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148. Which muscle elevates the sternum during forced inspiration: a. SCM b. scalenus c. trapezius d. serratus anterior

a. SCM

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149. Which is an accessory inspiratory muscle: a. diaphragm b. SCM c. external intercostal d. erector spinae

b. SCM

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150. Intrapleural pressure is: a. always more than atmospheric pressure b. always less than atmospheric pressure c. always the same as atmospheric pressure d. the pressure inside the lungs

b. always less than atmospheric pressure

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151. Which forms the blood brain barrier: a. oligodendrocytes b. astrocytes c. microglia d. ependyma

b. astrocytes

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152. Which of the following has a lung volume of approximately 500 ml: a. residual volume b. inspiratory reserve volume c. expiratory reserve volume d. tidal volume

a. residual volume