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Posted in the documents/assignment section, you will find a document “Genetic Study Questions” for your next test. There are 23 study questions; the answers can be found in Moore Ch19 & McCance ch 4-5.
The next online test will cover the following: Genetics plus Chapters 11, 16, 17
These chapters will not be included on the test: Chapters 13 & 15
Next Wednesday, we will finish chapter 16 and 17.
30.) What causes hemoprotein?
a. Excessive storage of iron which is transferred from the cells to the blood stream ***** ref: p79
b. Excessive storage of hemoglobin which is transferred from the blood stream to the cells.
c. Excessive storage of albumin which is transferred to the cells from the blood stream
d. Excessive storage of amino acids which is transferred from the cells to the blood stream
5.) How does the body reestablish equilibrium when solute is added to extracellular fluid making it hypertonic?
a. Water is drawn from extracellular space to intracellular space
b. Sodium is drawn from extracellular space to intracellular space
c. Sodium is drawn from intracellular space to extracellular space
d. Water is drawn from intracellular space to extracellular space ***** Ref: p98
36.) Loss of sodium and gain of water can cause hyponatremia?
a. true ***** ref: p104
24.) What is the role of eosinophils in regulating vascular mediators released from mast cells?
a. Eosinophils release arylsulfatase B that stimulates the formation of B lymphocytes
b. Eosinophils release histaminase the limits the effect of histamine during acute inflammation ****** Ref: p202
c. Eosinophils release lysosomal enzymes that activate mast cell degranulation during acute inflammation
d. Eosinophils release immunoglobulins E that defends the body again parasites
13.) If a person had very low levels of Ig_, that individual is more susceptible to infections of the mucus membranes
c. A ***** ref p223
29). What initiates the formation of ammonium (NH4) from ammonia (NH3) in the tubular lumen of the kidney?
a. Arterial pH of 7.25 ** ref: p.117
b. Arterial pH of 7.35
c. Arterial pH of 7.55
d. Arterial pH of 7.65
38). Whereas macrophages present processed antigens to memory Th cells, B lymphocytes present antigens to helper Th cells?
a. True ** ref: p.235
33). Some forms of severe combined immune deficiency can be caused by a single gene defect.
a. True **ref: p275
4). Once they have penetrated the first line of defense, which microorganisms do neutrophils actively attack, engulf, and destroy by phagocytosis?
a. Bacteria **ref: p.300