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Question Which of these statements is FALSE? a) H type LDH subunits predominates in aerobic tissues such as heart muscle b) M type LDH subunits predominates in anaerobic tissues such as skeletal muscle c) H4 LDH has a low Km for pyruvate and is inhibited by high levels of pyruvate. d) The M4 LDH enzyme.
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Question Which of the following organs belong(s) to more than one organ system? kidney ureter pituitary gland larynx esophagus Which following organ systems is correctly matched with one of its functions? cardiovascular blood endocrine system-acts as a fast-acting control system respiratory system-transports oxygen and carbon dioxide muscular system-generates heat urinary system.
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Question Which of the following is NOT true regarding isometric training? a. The muscle length increases as the muscle eccentrically contracts. b. When training at a specific joint angle, strength gains occur at that angle with about a 20° carryover on either side of that joint angle. c. Isometric training can be used to.
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51. (p. 14) What is positive feedback? A. The body's ability to maintain homeostasis B. The process the body uses to reverse the direction of movement away from homeostasis C. The process the body uses to increase the movement away from homeostasis D. The body's ability to function outside of the optimal range 52..
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Question If you drank a liter of water very quickly, the result would be: A: increase secretion of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) B: Decreased secretion of oxytocin C: decreased secretion of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) D: increased secretion of oxytocin The auditory tube (Eustachian) acts to equalize pressure between the middle ear and the: A: throat B:inner ear C:outer ear D:cochlea Which of.
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Question Which of the following statements is accurate regarding the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems? A. When necessary, the parasympathetic system is responsible for slowing down the heart rate and regulating blood flow to the digestive organs. B. The sympathetic system is associated with resting activities and the parasympathetic prepares the body for fight or.
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11. (p. 25) Which statement correctly describes a hypertonic solution when compared to another solution? A. The solution is more concentrated with solutes than the other solution. B. The solution has the same concentration of solutes as the other solution. C. The solution is less concentrated with solutes than the other solution. D..
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Question Write a introduction in your own words for a lab report using the information given in the picture. LABORATORY Axial Skeleton INTRODUCTION The axial skeleton consists of 80 bones, including the skull, hyoid bone, vertebrae, sternum, and ribs. The skull consists of two major regions, the cranium and the face. The.
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Question Which of the following embryonic materials is matched with a correct post-natal (after birth) derivative? (Chose the most correct answer.) A.Mesoderm, skin B.Neural crest peripheral nervous system C.Endoderm, kidneys+ gonads D.Ectoderm, most, but not all of skeleton E.Mesoderm, skeleton .
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31. (p. 8) Which of the following is not an anatomical cavity in the body? A. Thoracic B. Dorsal C. Inguinal D. Abdominal 32. (p. 8) The thoracic cavity can be subdivided into which two cavities? A. Abdominal and pelvic cavities B. Cranial and vertebral cavities C. Pleural and pericardial cavities D. Thoracic and abdominal pelvic cavities 33..
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1. (p. 20) Which of the following lists the levels of organization of the human body in the correct order? A. chemical level, organelle level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, systems level, organism level B. chemical level, tissue level, organ level, systems level, organelle level, cellular level, organism level C. organelle.
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Question Which of the following terms is correctly matched to its description? a. manual-pertaining to the palm b. crural-pertaining to the calf c. acromial-pertaining to the chest d. mental-pertaining to the chin e. femoral-pertaining to the leg Another term for the wrist is the: a. crural region. b. femoral region. c..
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41. (p. 11) Which of the following statements is false regarding serous membranes? A. Serous membranes are found in the thoracic and cranial body cavities. B. Serous membranes have fluid between the two membrane layers. C. The pleurae and peritoneum are examples of serous membranes. D. Serous membranes are double layered membranes. 42. (p..
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Question Which is not a list of differences characteristics that distinguised the different homonids? Question options: A.Increasing brain size, less hair, less heavy brows. B.Increasing brain size, more environmentally savvy, the use of the voice box, and more socially engaged. C. Increasing brain size, less hair, shorter arms. D.Increasing brain size,.
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21. (p. 28) Carbohydrates contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in which of the following ratios? A. 1:1:1 B. 2:1:2 C. 1:2:1 D. 2:1:1 22. (p. 31-32) What is metabolism? A. The speed of chemical reactions in a human body B. The sum total of all chemical reactions in the human body C. The temperature of chemical.
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Question a. lightning and nitrogen-fixing bacteria decomposition and respiration c. digestive gases from grazing animals d. none of the above 8. Artificial fertilizers work by supplying nutrients which may have been depleted or are lacking in the soil. Briefly explain how artificial nitrate fertilizers applied to farmer's fields are creating "dead.
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Question Which of the following is NOT true regarding core stability (CS)? a. CS involves the stabilization of passive spinal structures such as the vertebrae, discs, rib cage, pelvis, and associated connective tissue. b. CS depends on coordination. c. Progression of deep abdominal recruitment exercises should be addressed only after addressing the more global.
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