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Biology 1320 Exam 1 Review

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Biology 1320 Exam 1 Review 10584

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Exam 1 Review Guide
General Biology
Dr. Lawrence Williams
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Science, Biology, Human Body
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Date Created: 02/21/16
BIOL 1320 Review, Exam 1. Chapters 1, 20, 30, and the tissues handout YOU MUST BRING YOUR PICTURE ID TO THE EXAMS. Other important information at the bottom of this document. What is life and how is science conducted properly? Organization of multicellular animals. Four types of tissues, and their subdivisions . Endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm and their derivatives. (handout). INTEGUMENTARY: types, general functions. Vertebrate skin: epidermis and dermis. Epidermis: glands, derivatives. SKELETAL: functions and structure. Regulation, development, and remodeling of bone. Hormones. Bones as levers. Bones of the human skeleton. MUSCULAR: functions and structure. Understand structure and function of a sarcomere. Naming muscles. Integration of muscles and skeleton. Levers. PRACTICE QUESTIONS 1. The femur is ____ to the tibia and the ribs are ____ to the pelvis in a human: a) posterior, anterior; b) distil, dorsal; c) superior, ventral; d) proximal, superior; e) none of the above. 2. The tissue(s) connecting muscle to bone is (are): a) periosteum and cartilage; b) periosteum; c) ligaments; d) ligaments and tendon; e) tendon and periosteum. 3. Which of the following is not a general type of tissue? a) muscular; b) nervous; c) bone; d) connective; e) epithelial. 4. Protective epithelial tissue would most likely be: a) stratified; b) simple; c) pseudostratified; d) simple squamos; e) transitional. 5. ____ are composed of tissues organized together for a common, specialized function. a) cells; b) tissues; c) organs; d) organ systems; e) organisms. 6. A toe nail is the product of: a) bone; b) dermis; c) epidermis; d) connective tissue; e) a and b. 7. Articulation of a skeleton is due to: a) joints; b) skeletal muscle; c) ligaments; d) all the above; e) b and c. 8. In a contracting muscle cell, calcium ions: a) are stored in the sarcoplasmic reticulum; b) are released from the sarcoplasmic reticulum; c) combine with myosin to form cross bridges; d) move the actin over the myosin. 9. In muscle fibers the thick filaments with cross bridges are composed of: a) actin; b) collagen; c) elastin; d) myosin; e) Z-bands. 10. Skeletal muscle: a) is considered voluntary; b) is composed of sarcomeres; c) has obvious striations; d) all the above; e) only a and b. 11. The epidermis of the skin is associated with: a) keratin; b) no blood vessels; c) stratified epithelium; d) hair; e) all of the above. 12. The first event to occur during muscular contraction is: a) the release of calcium from the sarcoplasmic reticulum; b) the generation of an impulse through the sarcoplasmic reticulum; c) the uptake of calcium ions into the sarcoplasmic reticulum; d) the formation of cross bridges between myosin and actin. 13. Function(s) of the integumentary system include: a) barrier to bacteria; b) thermoregulation; c) production of some vitamins; d) production of some hormones; e) all the above. DON'T FORGET YOUR UH PICTURE I D, #2 PENCIL, AND A GOOD ERASER FOR ALL EXAMS. Exam directions: Dr. Williams BIOLOGY 1320 NAME_______________________ EXAM 1; fall 2012 Failure to follow the directions will cost you AT LEAST 5 points off of your total score. A #2 pencil must be used. Put your signature on the backside of your answer sheet. Write 1310 EXAM 1 and the color of your exam at the top of the front side of your answer sheet. Print your name on the examination form and answer sheet, last name first. Enter and bubble in your WEBCT-ID (Username), LAST NAME, and PSID in the appropriate areas. Select the one best answer for each question. Turn in the EXAM form and answer sheet when you are finished. DO NOT WRITE ANSWERS IN THE MARGIN OF YOUR EXAM FORM OR CIRCLE YOUR ANSWERS. IF YOU DO SO, YOU WILL RECEIVE A ZERO FOR THIS EXAM. You should note that you will need to know your WEBCT-ID. That us your userid. It’s important because it will be used to upload your exam scores into blackboard. If it’s not correctly bubbled in or you use your psid instead, I will have to import your score by hand and that may cost you some credit. Scantron Information: You will need to buy answers sheets for all 4 exams. The answer sheet you need is available in the UH Bookstore for $.23 plus tax ($.25) and it is called "Modified General Purpose Answer Sheet." The form number is ED99 (located on the backside of the sheet in the lower right corner.


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