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5 Matching questions

  1. arteries
  2. Oogenesis
  3. 3 evidences of Common Descent #2
  4. cerebellum
  5. Analogous
  1. a similar in function, but different in form
  2. b coordinates muscle movements. balance, posture, muscle.
  3. c 2. Comparative Anatomy - looking at both embryonic stages in different vertebrate organisms and the physical features of the adult vertebrate forelimbs in comparison with a common ancestor.
  4. d the blood is being carried away from the heart and out to the body tissues in the
  5. e occurs in the ovaries of females. the final product is three small cells called polar bodies and one large cell called an egg or ovum.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. genes code from the proteins that inhibit the cell cycle.
    *mutations turn off genes that allow the slow down of the cell cycle, DNA repair and cell death
  2. muscle or gland that responds to the initial stimulus or receptor
  3. body temp, blood pressure, respiration, heartbeat, directs pituitary gland secretions
  4. DNA replication occurs to produce 2 daughter cells
  5. reduced ability to hear due to a problem between the outside of the ear and the cochlea

5 True/False questions

  1. Atrioventricular nodestimulates the ventricles to contract via the Perkinje fibers buried deep in the heart muscle

          

  2. Homologousauditory, visual, and sensory receptors. balance.

          

  3. Karyotypea hypothesis that has been supported by large amounts of data that are considered valid by a majority of scientists may become a

          

  4. White Blood Cells"lymphocytes" fight infection

          

  5. Proto-Oncogenegenes that code for growth factors which stimulate or jumpstart the cell cycle.
    *mutations leave the cell cycle turned on.