BIOL 101 Quiz 5

BIOL 101 Quiz 5 Liberty University

(Updated as of 2019)

  1. Which structure within the brain has the role of generating emotions?
  2. The role of the hepatic portal system is to:
  3. Which is not a sign or symptom of inflammation?
  4. The nervous system interacts with the ___________ system to coordinate the internal integration of all the other body systems together.
  5. The efferent or motor branch of the peripheral nervous system is subdivided into the ______ (voluntary) and ____________ (involuntary) nervous systems.
  6. The function of the urinary bladder is to
  7. Systolic blood pressure:
  8. Neither B lymphocytes nor T lymphocytes are able by themselves to respond to foreign antigen. They must at some point be induced to proliferate (divide) by
  9. Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?
  10. Cranial and spinal nerves of the peripheral nervous system serve
  11. Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?
  12. The function of the urethra is to
  13. While waiting for a signal to contract, a muscle cell membrane maintains a slightly higher positive charge on the _______ only because ________ are available to generate this difference.
  14. The calcium-binding protein in smooth muscle is _______; while the calcium-binding protein in skeletal muscle is ______.
  15. The most common molecule in blood is:
  16. Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?
  17. A muscle is composed of thousands of muscle cells (fibers) bound into groups of 100 or more fibers call __________ each of which is surrounded by _________ tissue called perimysium.
  18. The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, and of nutrients and cell wastes occurs principally in the
  19. Fluoxetine HCl affects synapses by
  20. The structure of a human neuron uniquely and perfectly fits it for its signal-carrying role. The neuron is
  21. When a vaccine is given to a person with a healthy immune system, the result is
  22. The ___________ lining your bronchial passages entrain microbes carrying them away to your acid-laden stomach where they will die.
  23. As a student runs up a flight of stairs, the first system needed to support the activities of the muscular system would be the _________ system.
  24. All of the following are systems of the body except the:
  25. Which of the following systems of the body interact with the nervous system?

Other sets

  1. All of the following are systems of the body except the:
  2. The ___________ lining your bronchial passages entrain microbes carrying them away to your acid‐laden stomach where they will die.
  3. Which of the following brain regions and their functions are improperly matched?
  4. Systolic blood pressure:
  5. The hepatic portal vein forms from capillary beds in ______________ and leads to a second set of capillary beds in
  6. Caffeine affects synapses by
  7. The role of the hepatic portal system is to:
  8. As a student runs up a flight of stairs, her integumentary system serves her by
  9. The function of the urinary bladder is to
  10. What is the name of a contractile unit of a muscle?
  11. Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?
  12. Which of the following sequences would best describe how a signal moves through a reflex arc?
  13. Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?
  14. The nervous system interacts with the ___________ system to coordinate the internal integration of all the other body systems together.
  15. The function of the urethra is to
  16. The function of the kidney is
  17. Fluoxetine HCl affects synapses by
  18. In the human immune system, the three general lines of defense are
  19. Neither B lymphocytes nor T lymphocytes are able by themselves to respond to foreign antigen. They must at some point be induced to proliferate (divide) by
  20. In the basic structure of the human heart, blood first flows through the right atrium, then it travels to the:
  21. The most common molecule in blood is:
  22. The function of the ureter is to
  23. As a student runs up a flight of stairs, the first system needed to support the activities of the muscular system would be the _________ system.
  24. The entire human nervous system is organized into the central nervous system and the _______ nervous system.
  25. Macrophages seek out foreign invaders in the ______________, while neutrophils, at least initially are on patrol in the
  26. A muscle is composed of thousands of muscle cells (fibers) bound into groups of 100 or
  27. more fibers call __________ each of which is surrounded by _________ tissue called perimysium.
  28. The role of the ___________ branch of the autonomic nervous system mediates control of organ processes when the body is essentially
  29. The structure of a human neuron uniquely and perfectly fits it for its signal‐carrying role. The neuron is
  30. Which structure within the brain has the role of generating emotions?
  31. A muscle is composed of thousands of muscle cells (fibers) bound into groups of 100 or more fibers call __________ each of which is surrounded by _________ tissue called perimysium.
  32. Your adaptive immune response has all of the following characteristics except that it is not
  33. Which is not a sign or symptom of inflammation?
  34. Vaccination works because
  35. The role of the hepatic portal system is to:
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