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Kearley Bio 1010 Exam 2 application questions
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You travel to a foreign country and notice that people are having great difficulty seeing in low light conditions, what is probably lacking in their diet?
You have been trapped inside for 3 straight weeks, what vitamin deficiency might you be suffering from?
Where does the iodine in your body come from?
the thyroid produces it; also comes from fish, salt, etc.
What type of food is broken down in your stomach?
You have too little glucose in your blood stream, what will your liver break down?
Oxygen that is found in your interstitial fluid came from where?
a capillary in the systemic circuit
If you don't have enough iron in your body, what might you be suffering from?
Why is it a bad idea to turn the heater on in an old beat up car when it is sitting in your garage?
it can produce dangerous carbon monoxide fumes
Why is a high white blood cell count an indicator that you may not be healthy?
since they fight off infections, having a lot of them could be an indicator that you're sick
You have type O blood, who can you receive blood from?
only someone with type O blood
A test reveals that you have only anti-A antibodies. What type of blood do you have?
A mother with type A blood and a father with type A blood have a child that does not have type A blood. Is that possible, or was the baby switched at the hospital? What type blood does the baby have?
it is possible; the baby has type O blood
An Rh- woman and an Rh- father have child, is it possible for the baby to have erythroblastosis fetalis?
no; the fetus will only develop it if the mother is Rh- and the father is Rh+
If we shrunk you down and put you in a tiny submarine and you arrived in the duodenum, what enzymes would be hitting the submarine?
trypsin, lipase, amylase, DNAase, RNAase
Blood is in an arteriole in the pulmonary circuit, is that blood high in oxygen or low in oxygen?
low in oxygen
If you are not Digesting sucrase or maltase then what part of your digestive system is not producing enough of its enzymes
Blood is flowing through your tricuspid valve. Is carbon dioxide high or low?
Blood is flowing through the aortic semilunar valve. Is carbon dioxide high or low?
Blood is in the lungs. What is the last valve that blood flowed through?
the pulmonary valve
Blood is going through the aorta. Where is it going next?
the rest of the body
Where is the first place that carbohydrates are broken down in your digestive system?
Is blood that is in the capillaries in your liver high in oxygen or low in oxygen?
it depends on if it has passed the cells or not; if it has not exchanged with the cells, O2 is high; if it has exchanged with the cells, O2 is low
Is blood that is in your capillaries in your pulmonary circuit high in oxygen or low in oxygen?
it depends on if it has passed the alveoli or not; if it has not exchanged with the alveoli, O2 is low; if it has exchanged with the alveoli, O2 is high
Your blood is not clotting properly, what type of cells/cell fragments are not functioning properly?
What type of blood vessel is your pulmonary trunk?
What type of food passes through the pancreas; the liver?
lymph, which will cause a build up of abdominal fluid
Where does the carbon dioxide in your pulmonary capillaries go?
If blood is in your right atrium, what is the last blood vessel it flowed through?
What types of food are digested in your large intestine?
none; only water is absorbed in the large intestine
Why do you have valves in your veins? If they break what happens to you?
to carry blood to the heart; if they break blood can no longer flow properly
What causes a heart attack and what can you do to help prevent that?
when one of your arteries is blocked; good nutrition, exercise, high blood cholesterol, lower blood pressure
If you are not making enough vitamin K, then what part of your body is probably malfunctioning?
If blood is in a venule in your pulmonary circuit, is it high or low in oxygen?
high in oxygen
What 3 things are produced in gastric pits?
Hydrochloric acid, mucus, and pepsinogen
If undigested material is in the cecum, where is it going next?
the ascending colon
Where does gas exchange happen in the lungs?
If you go to one of the "blue zones" and are invited to dinner, what do you think almost certainly will be on your plate?
If food is in the stomach, what is the last sphincter that is passed through?
If blood is in a venule in your lungs, is it high in oxygen or low in oxygen?
high in oxygen
Why is it false to say that veins always carry blood that is low in oxygen?
pulmonary veins are high in oxygen when taking blood to the left side of the heart
Where does the oxygen in your blood come from?
red blood cells containing a protein called hemoglobin carry it
Why didn't blood transfusions work very consistently before the twentieth century?
because back then, no one really knew that you aren't supposed to mix certain blood types
Someone you are with has a heart attack, what is the first thing you should do?
get help as fast as you can
if you test an arteriole/capillary junction and find out that carbon dioxide levels are high and oxygen is low, then what circuit are you in?
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