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This attempt took 90 minutes. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 1 The nervous system and endocrine system control the body's functions by maintaining a constant level of nerve impulses. sending out messages by nerve impulse and hormones. responding only to the internal environment. stimulating the body's reproductive organs. maintaining a constant level of hormones in the blood. The endocrine system and the nervous system are the control systems of the body both responding to the internal and

 

external stimuli. The nervous system sends messages through nerve impulses and the endocrine system through

 

hormones. Unanswered Question 2 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 0 / 2 pts 1/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Environmental air temperature can fluctuate many degrees during the course of a day . A human 's body temperature can also fluctuate many degrees. is lowered by shivering. must be maintained within a range of a few degrees. is not maintained internally but fluctuates with the air temperature. is raised by sweating and dilation of blood vessels in the skin. Body temperature regulation is the primary example used to explain both homeostasis and negative feedback loops. It,

 

along with certain other characteristics, is maintained within a narrow range. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 3 List the levels of organization of the body from simple to complex.

 

1. organ system 2. Organism 3. T issue 4. Organ 5. cell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 2, 4, 1, 3, 5 5, 2, 4, 1, 3 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 2/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 2, 4, 5, 1, 3 5, 3, 4, 1, 2 The simplest level of organization of living things is the cell. T

 

tissues, and organ systems are composed of organs. issues are composed cells? organs are composed of Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 4 The ___________ system is the only system in which there are dif ferent organs in males and females. reproductive integumentary muscular cardiovascular digestive The reproductive system is the only system in the body in which males and females have dif

 

ferent organs. Dif ferent sex

 

cells are produced along with dif ferent hormone s. The male reproductive system must deliver sperm into the female's

 

reproductive tract and the female's reproductive system must support the development of the embryo, fetus, and newborn. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 3/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered Question 5 0 / 2 pts Which of the following is a function of the blood? stores fat moves the body transports nutrients lines body cavities produces mucus Blood is a liquid connective tissue. Nutrients and waste products are transported in the plasma and red blood cells carry

 

oxygen. Unanswered Question 6 0 / 2 pts What system removes waste products from the blood and maintains water balance? cardiovascular urinary respiratory https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 4/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 lymphatic skeletal The urinary system filters blood, removing waste products and producing urine in the process. The urinary system also

 

helps maintain the water balance of the body by producing more or less concentrated urine. Unanswered Question 7 0 / 2 pts Which body system is needed for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide? respiratory integumentary digestive urinary muscular The primary function of the respiratory system is to bring oxygen into the body and get rid of carbon dioxide. The exchange

 

occurs between air in the lungs and the blood. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 5/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 8 Which body system produces red blood cells? cardiovascular lymphatic skeletal muscular endocrine Even though blood is considered part of the cardiovascular system, blood cells are produced in the red bone marrow of

 

the skeletal system. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 9 Which body system and its organs are INCORRECTL digestive ? mouth, stomach, intestines Y matched? lymphatic ? thymus, vessels, nodes endocrine ? mouth, lungs, pituitary https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 6/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 reproductive ? ovaries, testes, uterus cardiovascular ? heart, blood, blood vessels The endocrine system contains hormone producing glands such as the pituitary

 

, thyroid, and a drenal glands. The mouth

 

is usually considered part of the digestive system and the lungs are part of the respiratory system. Unanswered Question 10 0 / 2 pts A group of similar cells and the surrounding materials that work together to perform a specific function are organelles. tissues. molecules. organs. organ systems. The cell is the fundamental unit of life. When similar cells work together to perform specific function they are a tissue.

 

Groups of tissues are arranged into organs and groups of organs into organ systems. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 7/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 1 1 Blood in veins is moved by the contraction of the muscles in the walls of the veins. is moved away from the heart by skeletal muscle contraction. is usually high in oxygen. is moved away from the heart with the help of the valves within the veins. is moved toward the heart by skeletal muscle contraction. Veins are thinner walled than arteries and carry O2 poor blood under relatively low pressure to the heart. V eins have valves

 

within them so that as the blood is put under pressure by the contraction of skeletal muscle around them, the blood can

 

only move toward the heart. Unanswered Question 12 0 / 2 pts In the cardiac cycle, the diastole is the relaxation of heart muscle. the contraction of the atria. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 8/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 the closing of the atrioventricular valves. the opening of the semilunar valves. the contraction of the ventricles. The cardiac cycle describes the events of one heart beat. Systole is the term used or the contraction of the heart muscle

 

(atria first, followed by the ventricles). Diastole refers to the relaxation of the heart muscle, when the heart is refilling. Unanswered Question 13 0 / 2 pts Pulmonary arteries take O ?poor blood to the lungs.

 

2 O ?rich blood to the lungs.

 

2 O ?rich blood to the body .

 

2 O ?poor blood to the right atrium.

 

2 O ?poor blood to the body .

 

2 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 9/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 As in all arteries, the pulmonary arteries carry blood away from the heart. These are dif

 

they carry O2 poor blood. ferent from systemic arteries in that Unanswered Question 14 0 / 2 pts The blood vessels to the lungs and back are collectively known as the pulmonary circulation. systemic circulation. lymphatic system. portal system. oxygen exchange system. In the double loop circulation of the human circulatory system, one loop goes to the lungs and back (pulmonary circulation)

 

and the other goes to the rest of the body (systemic circulation). Unanswered Question 15 0 / 2 pts The function of the lymphatic vessel is to

 

https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 10/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 collect O ?rich blood from below the heart and return it to the right atrium.

 

2 carry blood from the heart to the tissues of the body . collect tissue fluid and return it to the subclavian veins. collect tissue fluid and return it to the aorta. collect O ?poor blood from above the heart and return it to the right atrium.

 

2 The lymphatic system supports the cardiovascular system by collecting excess tissue fluid and returning to the blood in

 

the subclavian veins. Fats move into the lymph capillaries at the small intestine and are returned to the blood with the

 

lymph fluid. Unanswered Question 16 0 / 2 pts Which of the following collects all the venous blood from below the heart? pulmonary artery renal vein hepatic portal vein aorta inferior vena cava https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 11/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 The inferior vena cava returns all the blood from areas below the heart to the right atrium. This blood is O

 

with the blood from the superior vena cava will be pumped to the lungs to pick up oxygen. 2 poor and along Unanswered Question 17 0 / 2 pts A neutrophil is a type of __________. white blood cell red blood cell platelet erythrocyte cardiac muscle cell A neutrophil is a type of white blood cell. White blood cells are involved in fighting disease. Red blood cells appear red

 

because of hemoglobin and carry most of the oxygen in the blood. Platelets are cellular fragments which are involved in

 

the stoppage of bleeding. Unanswered Question 18 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 0 / 2 pts 12/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 A lower than normal level of _______ can result in a decreased clotting time. platelets basophils neutrophils erythrocytes lymphocytes Platelets are the type of blood cells that are responsible for the initial stages of blood clotting. They will form the platelet

 

plug that begins to decrease the flow of blood outside of the site of injury

 

. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 19 Food in the digestive tract is called chyme after the tongue mixes it with saliva. the stomach processes it. all nutrients have been absorbed by the small intestines. elimination through the anus. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 13/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 it is chewed by the teeth. After food is chewed and mixed with saliva in the mouth it forms a soft lump called a bolus. When the bolus passes into

 

the stomach and is mixed with its secretions it becomes a liquid called chyme. After processing by the small intestine and

 

large intestine the contents of the digestive tract are now feces and will be eliminated from the body

 

. Unanswered Question 20 0 / 2 pts Humans are omnivores as shown by the type of enzymes secreted in saliva. urine they produce. teeth they have. taste buds they have. enzymes secreted in the intestines. One of the adaptations of mammals to their diet is their teeth. The incisors, canines, premolars, and molars change in

 

number and shape depending on the importance of plant matter and animal matter in their diets. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 14/35 11/29/2016

 

Unanswered Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Question 21 0 / 2 pts Without villi, a person would not be able to produce vitamin K. absorb enough nutrients. produce pepsin. swallow food. produce feces. The lining of the digestive tract varies along the tract. In the small intestine, there are villi, finger?like projections of the

 

mucosa which increase the surface area for digestion and absorption. Unanswered Question 22 0 / 2 pts Starch digestion begins in the _____ and protein digestion begins in the _____. mouth? small intestine stomach? small intestine mouth? stomach https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 15/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 stomach? stomach also small intestine? stomach Starch digestion begins with amylase in the mouth? protein digestion begins with pepsin in the stomach. Both processes

 

are completed in the small intestine. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 23 Hair within the nose and cilia lining the respiratory tract moistens the air before it enters the lungs. prevents particles from entering the lungs. helps oxygen move into the lungs. helps carbon dioxide leave the lungs. helps carbon dioxide move into the lungs. Hair within the nose traps particles before they move farther into the respiratory tract. The cilia lining various parts or the

 

tract move mucus which has trapped inhaled particles toward the pharynx. This action prevents the particles from entering

 

the lungs. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 16/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered Question 24 0 / 2 pts The functional unit of the lungs where gas exchange occurs is the ________. alveolus bronchiole sinus glottis trachea The pharynx, trachea, bronchioles, etc. are passageways for the incoming and outgoing air

 

in these tubes. Oxygen and carbon dioxide move across the membranes lining the alveoli. . No exchange of gases occurs Unanswered Question 25 0 / 2 pts Which of the following is the correct path urine follows from internal structures to outside the body? renal cortex ? urethra ? urinary bladder ? ureter urinary bladder ? renal pelvis ? ureter ? urethra renal pelvis ? ureter ? urinary bladder ? urethra https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 17/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 ureter ? renal pelvis ? urinary bladder ? urethra ureter ?urinary bladder ? renal pelvis ? urethra After urine leaves the nephron and enters the collecting duct, it passes into the renal pelvis. The ureters drain the pelvis

 

and fill the urinary bladder . The urethra allows u rine to pass out of the bladder and be voided. Unanswered Question 26 0 / 2 pts Energy needs are supplied by carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. micronutrients. antioxidants. fiber. essential amino acids. The macronutrients, carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins, are the macromolecules that serve as the energy sources for the

 

body. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 18/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 27 The best definition of a nutrient is any food taken into the body . a food component which performs a physiological function in the body . a food component which can be stored in the body for future energy needs. an essential vitamin or mineral. a food component which enhances one's health. A nutrient is a food component which performs a physiological function in the body

 

. There are n utrients in any food taken

 

into the body but some foods are better sources of nutrients than others. Nutrients can be classified as macronutrients

 

and micronutrients. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 28 Carbohydrates are typically broken down to maltose, the molecule stored for future energy needs. fructose, the molecule stored for future energy needs. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 19/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 glucose, the molecule used as the energy source in cells. glycogen, the molecule used as the energy source in cells. glucose, the molecule stored for future energy needs. Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose, the most common simple sugar

 

. This molecule is transported through the

 

blood and serves as the energy source for cells. Excess energy is stored as triglycerides (fat) or as glycogen in the liver

 

and muscles. Unanswered Question 29 0 / 2 pts Foods derived from animals typically contain _____ while foods derived from plants typically contain _____. saturated fats? unsaturated fats trans fats? saturated fats unsaturated fats? saturated fats saturated fats? trans fats unsaturated fats? trans fats https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 20/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Fats are classified as saturated, unsaturated, and trans fats. T

 

rans fats are unsaturated fats modified through a chemical

 

process as food additives. Less healthy saturated fats are typically found in animal sources and more healthy unsaturated

 

fats are typically found in plant sources. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 30 Proteins must be ingested in order to obtain necessary trans fats. essential amino acids. essential cholesterol. needed minerals such as potassium and magnesium. needed vitamins such as vitamin C. Proteins are complex molecules composed of amino acids. Essential amino acids can not be manufactured by the body

 

and so must be ingested in protein food sources. Unanswered Question 31 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 0 / 2 pts 21/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 The USDA recommends which type of food should compose the smallest percentage of our diet? fruits and vegetables fats and oils meat, eggs, and nuts breads and cereals dairy products Grains, vegetables, and fruits are should be a large proportion of the diet. Fats and oils, while important for normal health,

 

should only be consumed in small amounts (about 1?2 Tbsp a day). Unanswered Question 32 0 / 2 pts Which of the following foods would be considered an empty calorie food? potato chips broccoli sweet potatoes salmon https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 22/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 whole grain pasta Empty calorie foods are foods that while they contribute calories, do not contribute any significant amount of other nutrients

 

such as vitamins or minerals. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 33 Which of the following is not a lymphatic organ? thymus spleen pancreas bone marrow lymph node The lymphatic organs include the thymus, spleen, bone marrow

 

the digestive and endocrine systems. Unanswered Question 34 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 , lymph nodes, and vessels. The pancreas is part of both 0 / 2 pts 23/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Antibodies are ___ proteins while antigens are ___ proteins. bacterial? self?produced self?produced? foreign self?produced? also self?produced cancer? bacterial viral? self?produced As part of the immune response, B cells produce antibodies which aid in the destruction of pathogens. Antigens are

 

components of bacteria or other pathogens which cause an immune response. Unanswered Question 35 0 / 2 pts During the inflammatory response, histamine may be released by ________. mast cells neutrophils B lymphocytes macrophages https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 24/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 natural killer cells The inflammatory response is one of body's nonspecific defenses against disease. Damaged cells and mast cells

 

produce histamine which increases blood flow to the area and makes the capillaries more permeable. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 36 ___ cells are non?specific, destroying cells which do not exhibit "self" proteins. Complement Mast Natural killer Helper T Plasma Natural killer cells are lymphocytes that destroy cells without "self" proteins which they encounter

 

when exposed to specific pathogens and do not "remember" particular pathogens. . They do not multiply Unanswered Question 37 https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 0 / 2 pts 25/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Long term immunity to diseases such as measles occurs because memory mast cells produce antibodies in response to pathogens entering the body plasma cells remain in the immune system to protect the body . memory B cells are produced in response to specific pathogens. neutrophils remain in the blood to phagocytize any new measles pathogens. helper T cells continue to produce cytokines indefinitely . . When B cells are activated by the presence of a specific antigen, plasma cells and memory B cells are produced. Plasma

 

cells produce antibodies which facilitate the destruction of the pathogen. Memory B cells remain in the blood stream,

 

prepared to jump start the immune response if that same pathogen enters the body again. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 38 AIDS is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus which destroys helper T cells. the human immunodeficiency virus which stimulates apoptosis of immune system cells. allergens which stimulate helper T cells to produce cytokines. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 26/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 bacteria which destroy lymphocytes in the bone marrow . the human immunodeficiency virus which destroys macrophages. AIDS is the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and is caused by HIV or the human immunodeficiency virus which

 

destroys helper T cells. Because of the role of helper T cells in mediating the specific immune response, HIV destroys the

 

body's ability to fight diseases. Unanswered Question 39 0 / 2 pts When the body responds to its own cells as foreign antigens, this results in ________. allergies autoimmune disease passive immunity anaphylactic shock active immunity In an autoimmune disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system does not recognize its own cells and attacks

 

the cells. Other examples include lupus, multiple sclerosis, and possibly T

 

ype I diabetes. https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 27/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Unanswered Question 40 0 / 2 pts David was in a car accident and needed a blood transfusion due to his injuries. His brother

 

, Steve, went to the hospital hoping to

 

donate blood to be used in the transfusion. David's blood type is type B. Steve's blood type is type AB. What types of blood can David

 

receive in a transfusion? A and AB B and O B only O only B, AB and O Blood types are determined by the type of antigens on the red blood cells. The antigen types being A antigens and B

 

antigens. In the plasma, there are antibodies against whatever antigens the individual does not have. A person with type A

 

blood has A antigens on the red blood cells and will produce antibodies if B blood is transfused. David can receive type B

 

and type O blood. If he received a transfusion from Steve (type AB), the antibodies in David's blood would attack the

 

donated blood cells and cause a transfusion reaction. Unanswered Question 41 0 / 2 pts Which one of the following is a method of treatment for HIV infections? chemotherapy https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 28/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 radiation treatment blood transfusion herbal supplements drug therapy The main form of treatment for HIV infections is a drug therapy . The medication must continue i ndefinitely . Unanswered Question 42 0 / 2 pts Which of the following correctly ranks the following food groups in order from most to least amount to be consumed each day? grains, fruits, meats, oils fruits, grains, meats, oils grains, oils, meats, fruits oils, meats, grains, fruits meats, oils, grains, fruits https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 29/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 The USDA's food pyramid represents the amount of food in each food group which should be included in a healthy diet. It

 

is recommended that 6 oz. of grains, 3 cups of milk products, 2 cups of vegetables, 2 cups of fruits, 5 oz. of meats and

 

beans, and 1?2 Tbsp of fats and oils be consumed each day

 

. Unanswered Question 43 0 / 2 pts Which of these is not part of a neuron? dendrite nucleus cell body axon synapse A synapse is a place where a signal passes from a neuron to another cell, but it is not an actual part of a neuron. Unanswered Question 44 0 / 2 pts Transmission across the synaptic cleft is accomplished by chemical signals called

 

https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 30/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 hormones. exocrine secretions. enzymes. stimulants. neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are released from the presynaptic cell, dif

 

membrane of the postsynaptic cell. fuse across the synaptic cleft, and bind to receptors in the Unanswered Question 45 0 / 2 pts Which part of a neuron could be covered with a myelin sheath? nucleus axon dendrite cell body terminal https://courses.letu.edu/courses/18735/quizzes/35056/history?version=1 31/35 11/29/2016 Villalpando, Hansel's Quiz History: Exam #4 Some axons (long ones) are covered with a myelin sheath. Unanswered 0 / 2 pts Question 46 Long, myelinated nerve fibers are called _____ in the PNS and _____ in the CNS. tracts? nuclei nerves? ganglia ganglia? nuclei nerves? tracts ganglia? tracts Long, myelinated nerve fibers are called nerves in the PNS and tracts in the CNS. (Clusters of neuronal cell bodies are

 

called ganglia in the PNS and nuclei in the CNS...

 


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