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Biology 1620 Tester

by: Georgann Cook

Biology 1620 Tester 1110

Georgann Cook
USU-College of Eastern Utah
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Date Created: 08/12/16
REVIEW Chapter 38  Hormones, purposes, endocrine system, negative feedback, peptide hormone, amine hormone, steroid hormone, amplification; order of the organs: pick an organ and pick the hormone they secrete and what it does (ovary, etc.) *; autocrine, paracrine, etc. most of that chapter Chapter 39  Diffusion; partial pressures; bulk flow; what influences and slows down flow (equation reference) (increase resistance, you slow down flow); different types of lungs (gills, trachea, lungs); how does air come into our lungs (tidal ventilation); hemoglobin and myoglobin; example of closed and open circulatory system; arteries, capillaries, and veins; differentiate the different types of parts; describe path of blood flow (atrium ventricles) Chapter 40  What do we do with glucose, lipids, and proteins? (what if you have too much, etc.); order of glucose, lipids, and proteins and what we would use first for energy; BMR and the different rates among organisms; differentiate endotherms and ectotherms; describe energy intake (how to we balance intake and output: hibernation, what behaviors to animals perform in order to get these); examples and types of feedings; what does this organ do, what happens here (where’s water, proteins, etc.) (mouth, stomach, small and large intestine); tissue around the gut (uniqueness); herbivores and carnivores Chapter 41  Why should we balance water and electrolytes; osmic regulators, etc. (examples); how animals get rid of nitrogenous waste (example: urea we use to get rid of nitrogen); differences in organs to maintain and get rid of wastes; REVIEW yesterday’s questions; where is salt and water reabsorb, what does ADH do, what’s happening where BOOK questions  Chapter 38: 1-9  Chapter 39: 2, 4, 5, 7-9  Chapter 40: 1, 4-9  Chapter 41: 1, 3-9


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