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Anatomy and Physiology I

 

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BIO 290 Week 1 WileyPLUS – PowerPhys
Complete the following PowerPhys Lab by clicking on the Exercise tab to access WileyPLUS:

1 - Enzyme Activity
Submit completed lab reports as a PDF to the faculty member.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 
 
BIO 290 Week 1 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e. 

Click on the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings.
Download the worksheets that correspond with each of the following activities:
Ch. 1
Go to Ch. 1: An Introduction to the Human Body.
Read 1.4 Homeostasis
View animation Communication, Regulation and Homeostasis
Complete and submit Animation Worksheet: Communication, Regulation and Homeostasis
Ch. 2
Go to Ch. 2: The Chemical Level of Organization.
Read 2.1 How Matter is Organized
View animation Chemical Bonding
Complete and submit Animation Worksheet: Chemical Bonding
Ch. 3
Go to the Ch. 3: The Cellular Level of Organization.
Read 3.1 Parts of a Cell and 3.3 Transport across the Plasma Membrane.
Complete Anatomy Overview: Cell Structure and Function and Anatomy Overview Plasma Membrane Structure - there is nothing to be submitted with this assignment.
View animations Membrane Functions and Transport Across the Plasma Membrane.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheets: Membrane Functions and Transport Across the Plasma Membrane.
Submit completed worksheets to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 1 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 1 WileyPLUS Quiz

 

Question 1

 What term is used to describe a chemical reaction in which monomers are joined to form polymers?

 

Anabolism

 

Catabolism

 

Metabolism

 

Parabolism

 

Question 2

Tissues are composed of which of the following?

 

 

 

Carbohydrates

 

Cells

 

Organs

 

Organ Systems

 

Question 3

What term can be used to describe an atom that has gained an electron?

 

 Anion

 

Cation

 

Isotope

 

Proton

 

Question 4

What type of bond is formed through the sharing of electrons?

 

 

Covalent

 

Hydrogen

 

Ionic

 

Peptide

 

Question 5

Which of the following comprises 50-75% of body weight?

 

Antioxidants

 

Carbohydrates

 

Protein

 

Water

 

 

Question 6

An acid is defined as a:

 

 

 

Proton donor that releases H+ ions in water

 

Proton donor that releases OH- ions in water

 

Proton acceptor that releases H+ ions in water

 

Proton acceptor that releases OH- ions in water

 

 

Question 7

Which of the following correctly defines a synthesis reaction?

 

 

 

AB - A+B

 

A+B - C

 

C - A+B

 

AB + CD - AC + BD

 

 

Question 8

What plant polysaccharide are humans capable of digesting?

 

 

 

Cellulose

 

Glucose

 

Fructose

 

Starch

 

 

Question 9

Which of the following is a minor component of the cell membrane and used to stiffen the overall structure of the membrane?

 

 

 

Proteins

 

Cholesterol

 

Glyocalyx

 

Water

 

 

Question 10

A fatty acid that contains one carbon-to-carbon double bond is called:

 

 

 

Polyunsaturated

 

Saturated

 

Unsaturated

 

Non-saturated

 

 

Question 11

You have decided you are going to make your own phospholipids at home in your kitchen. You will need all of the following components except:

 

 

 

Fatty Acids

 

Glycerol

 

Nucleic Acids

 

Phosphate

 

 

Question 12

A drastic conformational change in proteins in response to conditions such as extreme heat or pH will lead to loss of a protein's function. This drastic change in three-dimensional shape is called:

 

 

 

Contamination

 

Denaturation

 

Saturation

 

Decomposition

 

 

Question 13

Chemical reactions are catalyzed by which of the following?

 

 

 

DNA

 

Enzymes

 

Fats

 

Carbohydrates

 

 

Question 14

The movement of a solid (solute) from an area of high concentration to low concentration is called:

 

 

 

Diffusion

 

Osmosis

 

Active transport

 

Phagocytosis

 

 

Question 15

What organelle will combine with an ingested food vesicle in order to digest its contents?

 

 

 

Centriole

 

Endoplasmic reticulum

 

Golgi apparatus

 

Lysosome

 

 

 

BIO 290 Week 2 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

Click the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings.
Download the worksheets that correspond with each of the activities:
Ch. 4
Go to Ch. 4: Exercises and work through each of the following:
Concentrate on Tissue Function
Getting it Together
Name that Tissue
Tissue Identification
View animation Intercellular Junctions.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheet: Intercellular Junctions.
Ch. 5
Go to Ch. 5: The Integumentary System.
Read 5.1 Structure of the Skin, 5.2 Accessory Structures of the Skin, 5.3 Types of Skin and 5.4 Functions of the Skin.
View Animations Homeostatic Relationships: The Integumentary System, Inflammation and Skin's Defenses.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheets: Homeostatic Relationships, The Integument - Structure and Function
Submit your completed worksheets to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 2 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 2 WileyPLUS Quiz

Question 1

 

What is the name of the structure found in epithelia tissue that tells the cell which is the apical surface (top) and which is the basal surface (bottom)?

 

 Basement membrane

 

Gap junction

 

Hemidesmosome

 

Tight junction

 

 

Question 2

 

 

What epithelial type can be described as multiple layers of flat cells?

 

 

 

Stratified cuboidal epithelium

 

Simple columnar epithelium

 

Simple squamous epithelium

 

Stratified squamous epithelium

 

 

Question 3

 

       

In what area of the body would transitional epithelia be found?

 

Bladder

 

Heart

 

Trachea/respiratory tract

 

Blood vessel lining

 

 

Question 4

 

 

What type of membrane would be found lining internal cavities that are exposed to the outside environment, lack keratin and must remain moist?

 

 

 

Cutaneous membrane

 

Mucous membrane

 

Serous membrane

 

Synovial membrane

 

 

Question 5

 

 

What cell is responsible for producing the components of the extracellular matrix in most connective tissues?

 

 

 

Fibroblasts

 

Goblet cells

 

Leukocytes

 

Macrophages

 

 

Question 6

 

 

Which of the following is not considered to be a type of specialized connective tissue?

 

 

 

Adipose

 

Blood

 

Cartilage

 

Nervous

 

 

Question 7

 

       

What type of cartilage is found in the ear and may proliferate when damaged?

 

 

 

Hyaline cartilage

 

Osseous cartilage

 

Elastic cartilage

 

Fibrocartilage

 

 

Question 8

 

What type of connective tissue consists of cells that appear to be empty which have their nuclei on the periphery?

 

 

 

Adipose tissue

 

Dense regular connective tissue

 

Dense irregular connective tissue

 

Hyaline cartilage

 

 

Question 9

 

What tissue has the primary responsibility of relaying electrical signals from one area of the body to another?

 

 

 

Connective tissue

 

Epithelia

 

Muscle

 

Nervous

 

 

Question 10

What type of muscle tissue is characterized as being involuntary, non-striated and located primarily in hollow organs?

 

 

 

Cardiac muscle

 

Skeletal muscle

 

Smooth muscle

 

Transient muscle

 

 

Question 11

 

Which of the following is not a correct function of the integumentary system?

 

 

 

Temperature regulation

 

Blood production

 

Vitamin production

 

Production of an antibacterial layer

 

 

Question 12

 

 

Both endocrine and exocrine glands are derived from which of the following?

 

 

 

Connective tissue

 

Epithelia tissue

 

Muscle tissue

 

Nervous tissue

 

 

Question 13

 

What layer of the epidermis is not present in thin skin?

 

 

 

Stratum corneum

 

Stratum lucidum

 

Stratum granulosum

 

Stratum basale

 

 

Question 14

 

What type of connective tissue is found in the reticular layer of the dermis?

 

Areolar connective tissue

 

Dense irregular connective tissue

 

Dense regular connective tissue

 

Reticular connective tissue

 

 

Question 15

 

       

What type of connective tissue is found in the papillary layer of the dermis?

 

Adipose

 

Areolar CT

 

Dense irregular CT

 

Dense regular CT

 

 

 

BIO 290 Week 3 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

Click the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings
Download the worksheets that correspond with each of the activities:
Ch. 6
Go to Ch. 6: The Skeletal System: Bone Tissue.
Read 6.2 Structure of Bone and 6.5 Fracture and Repair of Bone.
View animations Bone Dynamics and Tissue, Bone Formation, and Bone Growth and Remodeling.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheet: Bone Dynamics and Tissue, Bone Formation, and Bone Growth and Remodeling.
Ch. 7
Go to Ch. 7: The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton.
Read 7.1 Divisions of the Skeletal System, 7.2 Types of Bones and 7.3 Bone Surface Markings.
View Human Cadaver Video: The Axial Skeleton.
Complete Exercise: Bones, Bones, Bones.
Complete and submit Axial Skeleton Quiz.
Ch. 8
Go to Ch. 8: The Skeletal System: The Appendicular Skeleton.
Read 8.1 Pectoral (Shoulder) Girdle, 8.2 Upper Limb (Extremity), 8.3 Pelvic (Hip) Girdle, 8.4 False and True Pelves, 8.5 Comparison of Female and Males Pelves and 8.6 Lower Limb (Extremity).
View Human Cadaver Video: The Appendicular Skeleton.
Complete the Interactive Anatomy Overview Tutorials on Skeletal System.
Complete and submit Appendicular Skeleton Quiz.
Submit completed worksheets and downloaded quiz file to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 3 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 3 WileyPLUS Quiz.

Question 1

 

 

How many bones are in the human body?

 

215

 

206

 

198

 

200

 

 

Question 2

 

 What is the primary fiber type that is found in bone?

 

 

Collagen

 

Elastic

 

Fibrin

 

Reticular

 

 

Question 3

 

Which of the following is not a correct function of the skeletal system?

 

Fat and mineral storage

 

Hematopoiesis

 

Hormone production

 

Structural support

 

 

Question 4

Which of the following bone cell types is responsible for breaking down and degrading the bony matrix in order to raise blood calcium levels?

 

Osteocytes

 

Osteoblasts

 

Osteoclasts

 

Haversian canal

 

 

Question 5

        

In which of the following types of bone is blood production most likely to occur?

 

Irregular

 

Flat

 

Short

 

Sutural

 

 

 

Question 6

 

What is the specific name given to a bone that is found within a tendon?

 

Flat bone

 

Irregular bone

 

Sesamoid bone

 

Sutural/Wormian bone

 

Question 7

 

What cell type is responsible for the synthesis of new bone (osteoid)?

 

Osteoblasts

 

Osteoclasts

 

Osteocytes

 

Osteoprogenitor cells

 

 

Question 8

 

What is the name given to the mature bone cell that is found in the lacunae?

 

Osteoblasts

 

Osteoclasts

 

Osteocytes

 

Osteoprogenitor cells

 

 

Question 9

What type of bone formation occurs primarily in flat bones and develops from a membrane/mesenchyme?

 

Intrachondral

 

Intermembranous

 

Endochondral

 

Intramembranous

 

 

Question 10

 

What type of bone formation is dependent upon the formation of primary and secondary ossification centers?

 

Intrachondral

 

Intermembranous

 

Endochondral

 

Intramembranous

 

 

Question 11

 

The end of a long bone that participates in a synovial joint is covered in what type of cartilage?

 

Osseous cartilage

 

Irregular cartilage

 

Hyaline/Articular cartilage

 

Meniscial cartilage

 

 

Question 12

 

Which of the following bones is not a tarsal bone?

 

Calcaneus

 

Cuboid

 

Navicular

 

Pisiform

 

 

Question 13

 

What are the three bones that comprise the coxal bone?

 

 

Ilium, Ischium, Pubis

 

Coccyx, Sacrum, Ilium

 

Ilium, Coccyx, Pubis

 

Ischium, Ilium, Coccyx

 

 

Question 14

 

Decreasing an angle of a joint is called:

 

Extension

 

Flexion

 

Adduction

 

Abduction

 

 

Question 15

 

Movement of the forearm that results in the palm being face down is called:

 

Pronation

 

Supination

 

Flexion

 

Extension

 
 
BIO 290 Week 4 WileyPLUS Power Phys Labs
Complete the following PowerPhys Labs by clicking on the Exercise tab to access WileyPLUS:

2 - Twitch Contractions and Summation
6 - Recruitment and Isotonic and Isometric Contractions
Submit completed lab reports to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 4 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

Click on the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings.
Download the worksheets that correspond with each of the activities:
Ch. 10
Go to Ch. 10: Muscular Tissue.
Read 10.1 Overview of Muscular Tissue: 10.2 Skeletal Muscle Tissue and 10.3 Contraction and Relaxation of Skeletal Muscle Fibers.
View 3-D Physiology Animated Tutorial: Muscle Contraction and The Sliding Filament Mechanism and The Neuromuscular Junction.
View animations: Contraction of Skeletal Muscle Cells, Contraction of a Sarcomere and Neuromuscular Junctions.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheets: Contraction of Skeletal Muscle Cells and Neuromuscular Junctions.
Ch. 11
Go to Ch. 11: The Muscular System.
Read 11.1 How Skeletal Muscles Produce Movements, 11.2 How Skeletal Muscles are Named and 11.3 Principal Skeletal Muscles.
View Human Cadaver Video: The Lower Limb.
View Human Cadaver Video: The Upper Limb.
View animation: Contraction and Movement.
Complete and submit Real Anatomy Worksheets for Lower Limb Muscle Actions and Upper Limb Muscle Actions.
Submit your completed worksheets to the faculty member.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 
 
BIO 290 Week 4 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 4 WileyPLUS Quiz

Question 1

 

Which of the following is not a correct function of muscle?

 

Excitability

 

Extensibility

 

Generation of heat

 

Hormone production

 

 

Question 2

The Transverse Tubules (T-Tubules) are continuous with which of the following?

 

Golgi apparatus

 

Mitochondria

 

Sarcolemma

 

Sarcoplasmic reticulum

 

 

Question 3

Which of the following is considered to be the smallest component of a myofibril?

 

Muscle fascicle

 

Myofilament

 

Muscle fiber/cell

 

Sarcolemma

 

 

Question 4

Binding of acetylcholine to the postsynaptic membrane receptor causes what ion to rush into the muscle and start an action potential?

 

 

Calcium

 

Phosphate

 

Sodium

 

Zinc

 

 

Question 5

       

The length of a myosin molecule corresponds to which of the following?

 

A-band/zone

 

H-band/zone

 

I-band/zone

 

M-band/zone

 

 

Question 6

        

Calcium can bind to what muscle protein?

 

Actin

 

Myosin

 

Troponin

 

Tropomyosin

 

 

Question 7

 

As an action potential passes down a motor neuron, what channels are opened prior to the synaptic bulb that causes vesicles to bind to the presynaptic membrane?

 

Calcium

 

Magnesium

 

Potassium

 

Sodium

 

 

Question 8

 

Generation of the power stroke occurs during what stage of muscle contraction?

 

Excitation

 

Excitation-contraction coupling

 

Cross-bridge cycling

 

Relaxation

 

 

Question 9

 

Skeletal muscle will continue to contract as long as what two molecules are available?

 

Sodium and calcium

 

Calcium and ATP

 

ATP and sodium

 

Magnesium and calcium

 

 

Question 10

 

What molecule is pyruvic acid converted into when oxygen is not present?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Lactic acid

 

Myoglobin

 

Tropomyosin

 

 

Question 11

 

Which muscle is not a muscle of mastication?

 

Masseter

 

Medial Pterygoid

 

Orbicularis oris

 

Temporalis

 

 

Question 12

 

Which muscle is not a capable of elevating the scapula?

 

Latissimus dorsi

 

Levator scapulae

 

Rhomboid major

 

Trapezius

 

 

Question 13

 

What muscle does not attach to the scapula?

 

Biceps brachii

 

Latissimus dorsi

 

Subscapularis

 

Triceps brachii

 

 

Question 14

 

What quadriceps muscle crosses both the hip and the knee joint?

 

Biceps femoris

 

Rectus femoris

 

Vastus medialis

 

Vastus lateralis

 

 

Question 15

 

What muscle is capable of plantarflexion?

 

Gastrocnemius

 

Gluteus maximus

 

Rectus femoris

 

Tibialis anterior

 

 

 

 

BIO 290 Week 5 WileyPLUS PowerPhys Lab
Complete the following PowerPhys Lab by clicking on the Exercise tab to access WileyPLUS:

4 - Action Potentials
Submit completed lab report to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 5 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

Click on the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings.
Download the worksheets that correspond with each of the activities:
Ch. 12
Go to Ch. 12: Nervous Tissue.
Read 12.1 Overview of Nervous Tissue, 12.2 Histology of Nervous Tissue, 12.3 Electrical Signals In Neurons, 12.4 Signal Transmission at Synapses and 12.5 Neurotransmitters.
View 3-D Physiology Animated Tutorials: Excitable Cells and the Resting Membrane Potential, Membrane Potentials: Graded and Action Potentials and Synapses and Neurotransmitter Action.
View Animations Action Potentials: Neuron Structure and Function and Propagation of Nerve Impulses.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheets: Action Potentials, Neuron Structure and Function, and Propagation of Nerve Impulses.
Ch. 13
Go to Ch. 13: Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves.
Read 13.1 Spinal Cord Anatomy, 13.2 Spinal Nerves, 13.3 Spinal Cord Physiology.
View Human Cadaver Video: The Nervous System/Brain.
View Animations: Introduction to Structure and Function of the Nervous System, Reflexes and Somatic Sensory and Motor Pathways.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheets: Introduction to Structure and Function of the Nervous System, Reflexes and Somatic Sensory and Motor Pathways.
Ch. 14
Go to Ch. 14: The Brain and Cranial Nerves.
Read 14.1 Brain Organization, Protection, and Blood Supply, 14.6 The Cerebrum, 14.7 Functional Organization of the Cerebral Cortex, and 14.8 Cranial Nerves.
View Human Cadaver Video: The Nervous System/Spinal Cord.
Submit completed worksheets to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 5 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 5 WileyPLUS Quiz

 

Question 1

The brain and spinal cord are found in which division of the nervous system?

 

 

Autonomic nervous system

 

Central nervous system

 

Peripheral nervous system

 

Somatic nervous system

 

 

Question 2

What type of information is transmitted from the periphery to the central nervous system?

 

Integrative

 

Motor

 

Sensory

 

Visual

 

 

Question 3

 

Which of the following cell types is not found in the central nervous system?

 

Oligodendrocyte

 

Satellite cells

 

Microglia

 

Astrocytes

 

 

Question 4

 

What cell type in the central nervous system (CNS) participates in the formation of the blood-brain barrier (BBB)?

 

Astrocytes

 

Microglia

 

Oligodendrocytes

 

Schwann cells

 

 

Question 5

 

What glial cell in the peripheral nervous system surrounds neuronal cell bodies?

 

Astrocytes

 

Microglia

 

Satellite cells

 

Schwann cell

 

 

Question 6

Which of the following would need to be stimulated in order to send sensory information to the central nervous system?

 

Receptor

 

Effector

 

Interneuron

 

Ventral horn

 

 

Question 7

 

What is the name given to the numerous extensions that project from the cell body of a neuron that function to receive stimuli from the surrounding environment?

 

Dendrite

 

Axon

 

Soma

 

Schwann cell

 

 

Question 8

        

Repolarization occurs when:

 

 

 

There is no movement of sodium and potassium ions

 

There is movement of sodium across the cell membrane and into the cell

 

There is movement of potassium across the cell membrane and out of the cell

 

There is an influx of both sodium and potassium across the cell membrane

 

 

Question 9

 

What term can be used to describe the capability of the nervous system to change based on experience?

 

Plasticity

 

Polarity

 

Regeneration

 

Transmission

 

 

Question 10

 

The largest region of the brain that governs all higher functions (memory, reasoning, and some aspects of personality) consists of two hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum is called:

 

Cerebellum

 

Medulla oblongata

 

Cerebrum

 

Diencephalon

 

 

Question 11

 

Which of the following is not a correct division of the brain stem?

 

Hypothalamus

 

Medulla oblongata

 

Pons

 

Midbrain

 

 

Question 12

 

Memory and learning are found in what lobe?

 

Frontal

 

Occipital

 

Parietal

 

Temporal

 

 

Question 13

What term describes a collection of neuronal cell bodies in the CNS?

 

Ganglia

 

Nuclei

 

Receptor

 

Effector

 

 

Question 14

 

       

Which of the following is the speech comprehension area of the brain?

 

Wernicke's area

 

Broca's area

 

Primary somatosensory cortex

 

Insula

 

Question 15

 

Which of the following is not a correct function of the cerebellum?

 

Coordinates muscle contraction

 

Helps maintain balance

 

Helps maintain posture

 

Regulates the respiratory rate

 
 
BIO 290 Week 6 WileyPLUS Worksheets
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

Click on the Worksheet tab to access WileyPLUS and the Tortora text.
Complete the following exercises and animations that correspond with this week's readings.
Download the worksheet that correspond with Ch. 15.
Ch. 15
Go to Ch. 15: The Autonomic Nervous System.
Read 15.1 Comparison of Somatic and Autonomic Motor Pathways, 15.3 ANS Neurotransmitters and Receptors, 15.5 Integration and Control of Autonomic Functions.
View Animations ANS: Motor Pathways, Autonomic Nervous System and Homeostatic Relationships: The Nervous System.
Complete and submit Animation Worksheet: ANS: Autonomic Nervous System.
Ch. 17
Go to Ch. 17: The Special Senses.
Read 17.1 Olfaction: Sense of Smell, 17.2 Gustation: Sense of Taste, 17.3 Vision, and 17.4 Hearing and Equilibrium.
View Anatomy Overview Special Senses.
Note: There is no worksheet to complete for Ch. 17.
Submit completed worksheet to the faculty member.

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BIO 290 Week 6 WileyPLUS Quiz

Complete the Week 6 WileyPLUS Quiz.

Question 1

 

 

The sympathetic motor division of the autonomic nervous system arises in the lateral horns of the gray matter at what spinal levels?

 

C1 through C8

 

T1 through L2

 

C3 through L1

 

T5 through L5

 

 

Question 2

 

What structure can be found running down the lateral sides of the vertebral bodies from the neck to the sacrum?

 

Brachial plexus

 

Parasympathetic trunk

 

Sympathetic trunk

 

Vagus nerve

 

 

Question 3

All of the following cranial nerves provide parasympathetic innervation except:

 

III

 

V

 

IX

 

X

 

 

Question 4

Which of the following is not an effect of the sympathetic nervous system?

 

Increased blood pressure

 

Increased heart rate

 

Increased respiration rate

 

Increased gastrointestinal motility

 

 

Question 5

Which of the following is not an effect of the parasympathetic nervous system?

 

Decreased blood pressure

 

Decreased heart rate

 

Increased respiration rate

 

Increased gastrointestinal motility

 

 

Question 6

 

Parasympathetic preganglionic neurons synapse at all of the following ganglia except:

 

Ciliary ganglia

 

Sympathetic chain ganglia

 

Otic ganglia

 

Intramural ganglia

 

 

Question 7

       

Sympathetic preganglionic neurons synapse at all of the following ganglia except:

 

 

 

Sympathetic chain ganglia

 

Collateral ganglia

 

Ciliary ganglia

 

Adrenal medullae

 

 

Question 8

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a parasympathetic pre-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Epinephrine

 

 

Question 9

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a parasympathetic post-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Epinephrine

 

 

Question 10

 

Which cranial nerve is responsible for carrying parasympathetic innervation to the thoracic and abdominal cavities?

 

Occulomotor nerve

 

Glossopharyngeal nerve

 

Vagus nerve

 

Hypoglossal nerve

 

 

Question 11

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a sympathetic pre-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Serotonin

 

 

Question 12

What neurotransmitter is used at a sympathetic post-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Serotonin

 
 
BIO 290 Week 7 WileyPLUS PowerPhys Labs
Complete the following PowerPhys Labs by clicking on the Exercise tab to access WileyPLUS:

5 - Blood Glucose Regulation
11- Homeostatic Imbalances of Thyroid Function
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BIO 290 Week 7 WileyPLUS Worksheet
Resource: WileyPlus and the Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 14e with Allen A&P Lab Manual, 5e.

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Ch. 18
Go to Ch. 18: The Endocrine System.
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BIO 290 Week 7 WileyPLUS Final Examination

Complete the WileyPLUS Final Examination

Question 1

 

Chemical reactions are catalyzed by which of the following?

 

DNA

 

Enzymes

 

Fats

 

Carbohydrates

 

 

Question 2

       

What organelle will combine with an ingested food vesicle in order to digest its contents?

 

 

 

Centriole

 

Endoplasmic reticulum

 

Golgi apparatus

 

Lysosome

 

 

Question 3

 

A drastic conformational change in proteins in response to conditions such as extreme heat or pH will lead to loss of a protein's function. This drastic change in three-dimensional shape is called:

 

Contamination

 

Denaturation

 

Saturation

 

Decomposition

 

 

Question 4

 

Tissues are composed of which of the following?

 

Carbohydrates

 

Cells

 

Organs

 

Organ Systems

 

 

Question 5

 

Which of the following correctly defines a synthesis reaction?

 

AB - A+B

 

A+B - C

 

C - A+B

 

AB + CD - AC + BD

 

 

 

Question 6

 

What epithelial type can be described as multiple layers of flat cells?

 

Stratified cuboidal epithelium

 

Simple columnar epithelium

 

Simple squamous epithelium

 

Stratified squamous epithelium

 

 

Question 7

 

Which of the following is not considered to be a type of specialized connective tissue?

 

Adipose

 

Blood

 

Cartilage

 

Nervous

 

 

Question 8

 

What tissue has the primary responsibility of relaying electrical signals from one area of the body to another?

 

Connective tissue

 

Epithelia

 

Muscle

 

Nervous

 

 

Question 9

 

Both endocrine and exocrine glands are derived from which of the following?

 

Connective tissue

 

Epithelia tissue

 

Muscle tissue

 

Nervous tissue

 

 

Question 10

 

What type of connective tissue is found in the papillary layer of the dermis?

 

Adipose

 

Areolar CT

 

Dense irregular CT

 

Dense regular CT

 

 

Question 11

 

How many bones are in the human body?

 

215

 

206

 

198

 

200

 

 

Question 12

 

 

Which of the following bone cell types is responsible for breaking down and degrading the bony matrix in order to raise blood calcium levels?

 

Osteocytes

 

Osteoblasts

 

Osteoclasts

 

Haversian canal

 

 

Question 13

 

 

What cell type is responsible for the synthesis of new bone (osteoid)?

 

Osteoblasts

 

Osteoclasts

 

Osteocytes

 

Osteoprogenitor cells

 

 

Question 14

 

What type of bone formation is dependent upon the formation of primary and secondary ossification centers?

 

Intrachondral

 

Intermembranous

 

Endochondral

 

Intramembranous

 

 

Question 15

 

       

Movement of the forearm that results in the palm being face down is called:

 

Pronation

 

Supination

 

Flexion

 

Extension

 

 

Question 16

 

 

The Transverse Tubules (T-Tubules) are continuous with which of the following?

 

Golgi apparatus

 

Mitochondria

 

Sarcolemma

 

Sarcoplasmic reticulum

 

 

Question 17

 

Calcium can bind to what muscle protein?

 

Actin

 

Myosin

 

Troponin

 

Tropomyosin

 

 

Question 18

       

What molecule is pyruvic acid converted into when oxygen is not present?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Lactic acid

 

Myoglobin

 

Tropomyosin

 

 

Question 19

 

Which muscle is not a capable of elevating the scapula?

 

Latissimus dorsi

 

Levator scapulae

 

Rhomboid major

 

Trapezius

 

 

Question 20

 

What muscle is capable of plantarflexion?

 

Gastrocnemius

 

Gluteus maximus

 

Rectus femoris

 

Tibialis anterior

 

 

Question 21

 

The brain and spinal cord are found in which division of the nervous system?

 

Autonomic nervous system

 

Central nervous system

 

Peripheral nervous system

 

Somatic nervous system

 

 

Question 22

 

Which of the following would need to be stimulated in order to send sensory information to the central nervous system?

 

Receptor

 

Effector

 

Interneuron

 

Ventral horn

 

 

Question 23

 

 

The largest region of the brain that governs all higher functions (memory, reasoning, and some aspects of personality) consists of two hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum is called:

 

Cerebellum

 

Medulla oblongata

 

Cerebrum

 

Diencephalon

 

 

Question 24

 

Memory and learning are found in what lobe?

 

Frontal

 

Occipital

 

Parietal

 

Temporal

 

 

Question 25

 

Which of the following is the speech comprehension area of the brain?

 

Wernicke's area

 

Broca's area

 

Primary somatosensory cortex

 

Insula

 

 

Question 26

 

The sympathetic motor division of the autonomic nervous system arises in the lateral horns of the gray matter at what spinal levels?

 

C1 through C8

 

T1 through L2

 

C3 through L1

 

T5 through L5

 

 

Question 27

 

Which cranial nerve is responsible for carrying parasympathetic innervation to the thoracic and abdominal cavities?

 

Occulomotor nerve

 

Glossopharyngeal nerve

 

Vagus nerve

 

Hypoglossal nerve

 

 

Question 28

 

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a sympathetic pre-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Serotonin

 

 

Question 29

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a sympathetic post-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Serotonin

 

 

Question 30

 

What neurotransmitter is used at a parasympathetic pre-ganglionic synapse?

 

Acetylcholine

 

Dopamine

 

Norepinephrine

 

Epinephrine

 

 

Question 31

 

Which of the following correctly describes an endocrine gland?

Use ducts to transport their products to the site of action

 

Include sudoriferous glands, sebaceous glands and salivary glands

 

Produce hormones that diffuse directly into the bloodstream

 

Produce oil secretions that provide nutrients to the skin by way of the lymphatic system

 

 

Question 32

 

Hormonal control works primarily by what type of feedback system?

 

Continuous feedback

 

Negative feedback

 

Positive feedback

 

Semi-positive feedback

 

 

Question 33

 

 

What hormone increases the reabsorption of water in the kidneys?

 

ADH

 

GH

 

Oxytocin

 

Prolactin

 

 

Question 34

  

The alpha-cells in the pancreas secrete what hormone?

 

Somatostatin

 

Insulin

 

Glucagon

 

Substance D

 

 

Question 35

 

What hormone spikes just prior to ovulation?

 

FSH

 

LH

 

Progesterone

 

Prolactin

 

 
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