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1

Intracellular fluid is typically maintained to be:
a. high in sodium, low in potassium
b. low in sodium, high in potassium
c. low in sodium, low in potassium
d. high in sodium, high in potassium
e. high in sodium, free of potassium

b. low in sodium, high in potassium

2

A horse dehydrated by sweating, that when led to water does not drink is:
a. Too low in plasma salt to signal thirst
b. Just stubborn
c. Too cold to drink
d. Waiting for no one to be watching
e. Too high in plasma salt to be thirsty

a. too low in plasma salt to signal thirst

3

If a cell that you were supposed to identify had much of its intracellular cytosol occupied by granular/rough endoplasmic reticulum you would know?
a. It is likely a cell that synthesizes steroid hormones
b. Is likely a cell that carries oxygen in blood
c. Is most likely a sperm cell
d. It has protein synthesis as at least one of its important functions.
e. Is a white blood cell that definitely is in the dermis

d. It has protein synthesis as at least one of its important functions.

4

The Na+/K+ ATPase pump is a good example of an:
a. Uniport carrier
b. Symport carrier
c. Ligand receptor
d. Nuclear transporter
e. Antiport carrier

e. Antiport carrier

5

The term for all the genes that "have mRNA" in a cell is:
a. Metabolome
b. Desmosome
c. Autosome
d. Transcriptome
e. Proteome

d. Transcriptome

6

The NA+/K+ ATPase pump:
a. uses energy to pump K+ out of the cell and Na+ into the cell
b. uses energy to pump K+ and Na+ into the cell
c. uses energy pump K+ into the cell and Na+ out of the cell
d. is an excellent example of osmosis
e. only uses energy when the cell is in resting state

c. uses energy pump K+ into the cell and Na+ out of the cell

7

Which of the following is true?
a. The dermis is superficial to the epidermis
b. Most sensory touch receptors are located in the dermis
c. All mammalian cells have a single nucleus
d. The epidermis is thicker than the dermis
e. The Stratum Corneum has many active cells that give rise to the epidermis

b. Most sensory touch receptors are located in the dermis

8

The brain is predominately classified as which one of the four tissues:
a. Epithelial
b. Neural
c. Endothelial
d. Muscular
e. Connective

b. Neural

9

The branch of metabolism that best represents uptake, synthesis and storage is:
a. Anabolism
b. Skepticism
c. Catabolism
d. Criticism
e. Cannibalism

a. Anabolism

10

A cell that kills pathogenic bacteria would likely have abundant:
a. Cilia
b. Lipid vesicles
c. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
d. Nuclei
e. Lysosomes

e. Lysosomes

11

The primary cell in tendons is known as:
a. Chondrocyte
b. Adipocytes
c. Fibroblast
d. Osteocyte
e. Tenocyte

e. Tenocyte

12

A vertebrae is part of the:
a. Appendicular skeleton
b. Tripendicular skeleton
c. "Short bone" Classification
d. Axial skeleton
e. "Long bone" classification

d. Axial skeleton

13

Which of these is a component of synovial fluid:
a. Type I collagen
b. Hyaluronic acid
c. Hydroxyapatite
d. Uric acid
e. Type II collagen

b. Hyaluronic acid

14

The type of sweat gland that matures and is activated by steroid hormones is:
a. Sebaceous
b. Follicular
c. Eccrine
d. Autocrine
e. Apocrine

e. Apocrine

15

The type of cell junction that connects tendons to muscle
a. Tight junction
b. Lonesome
c. Autosome
d. Gap junction
e. Hemidesmosome

e. Hemidesmosome

16

If K+ channels on a resting muscle cell were to open
a. K+ would flow out of the cell
b. The cell would stop using ATP
c. The concentration gradient would force K+ into the cell
d. The electrical gradient would force more K+ into the cell
e. C & D are both correct

a. K+ would flow out of the cell

17

Formation of spongy, spicular or trabecular bone after bone fracture happens during
a. Fibrocartilaginous callous formation
b. Bone remodeling
c. Hematome formation
d. Vitamin D uptake
e. Bony callous formation

e. Bony callous formation

18

The conversation of 25 hydroxy vitamin D3 to 1, 25 dihydroxy vitamin D3 occurs in the
a. Liver
b. Kidney
c. Skin
d. Pancreas
e. Bone

b. Kidney

19

The best term for morphology that is invisible to the naked eye is:
a. Subatomic physiology
b. Macroscopic anatomy
c. Microscopic physiology
d. Macroscopic physiology
e. Microscopic Anatomy

e. Microscopic Anatomy

20

The correct sequence of events following a thirsty animals water consumption is:
a. Plasma [solute] decreases, interstitial [solute] decreases, ICF [solute] decreases.
b. Plasma [solute] decreases, ICF [solute] decreases, interstitial [solute] decreases
c. Plasma [solute] increases, interstitial [solute] increases, ICF [solute] increases
d. Plasma [solute] increases, ICF [solute] increases, interstitial [solute] increases
e. interstitial [solute] decreases, ICF [solute] increases, Plasma [solute] is unchanged

a. Plasma [solute] decreases, interstitial [solute] decreases, ICF [solute] decreases.