IPAP A&P 1 Exam 1 Complete Review
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Exocrine Gland
- Secretory Vesicles
- right lumbar region
- a This type of gland secretes to the surface or lumen; they typically are multicellular, and have ducts and secretes sweat, oil, mucus, enzymes.
This type of gland secretes to extracellular space; they are Ductless, having had lost their ducts during development; they diffuse to the blood stream, and predominately diffuse hormones.
- b The 3 fates include of protein include:
The ones when the proteins will be exported from the cell by exocytosis.
The ones when the proteins in the vesicle membrane merge with the plasma membrane.
The ones when vesicles, in which the proteins are conveyed to such structures as lysosomes, or to other parts of the cell.
- d What structure results from the completion of the cell cycle?
What is this structure named when it is in the folded shape?
- e Of signs and symptoms:
Which are those decernable by an observer, such as they are objective changes that can be measured.
WHich includes the subjective changes not apparent to an observer?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Phagocytosis, a form of endocytosis in which the cell engulfs large solid particles, such as worn-out cells, whole bacteria, or viruses and includes.
- This type of inheritance:
an individual will produce gametes that, taken together, contain every possible combination of genes and alleles they possess
what happens to one allele or one gene has no bearing on what happens to a different allele or different gene regarding the gamete they wind up in because of linkage
- What type of diffusion involves a carrier to move a solute down its concentration gradient across the plasma membrane?
5 True/False Questions
lysosome → Synthesis of DNA (cell metabolically active)
The total amount of DNA is doubled
At the end of the phase, chromosomes consist of two chromatids lying side-by-side, connected only at the centromere
Movement → Of the 7 characteristics of all living things:
What is the basic structures of all organisms?
The term described as the total activity of anabolic and catabolic activity within the body?
The term described as the responsiveness of an organism?
The term described as the increase in size of an organism?
The term described as the increase in number of an organism?
The term described as the changing between different organisms, such as evolution or adaptation.
The term described as the act of location of organism
both upper quadrants → Which disorder is characterized by:
Single crease across palm
Mental retardation typical
identified as a chromosome 21 trisomy
binding site →
What structure is the red arrow pointing to?
Channel Protein → What is the region or regions of a chromosome with which the spindle fibers become associated during mitosis and meiosis