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1.A parasagittal section of the human body would contain: a)The front half of all of the organs b)Both lungs and the heart c)Parts of the lungs, spleen.

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2 1.A parasagittal section of the human body would contain: a)The front half of all of the organs b)Both lungs and the heart c)Parts of the lungs, spleen and urinary bladder d)The right kidney, right lobe of the liver and ascending colon. e)None of the above

3 2.When viewing a slide in the microscope, the object is faint and the field behind it is bright white. Which of the following most likely needs adjustment? a)The objective b)The diaphragm c)The coarse adjustment d)The fine adjustment e)The ocular

4 3.Which of the following is within the thoracic cavity? a)Pleural cavities b)Pericardial cavity c)Esophagus d)a and b only e)a, b and c

5 4.What is the main function of the structure at the arrow? a)Packages proteins b)rRNA production c)Cell division d)ATP production e)Steroid synthesis

6 Use the following choices to answer the questions below: a) Distalb) Proximalc) Parietal d) Superficiale) Visceralf) Deep 5.Which term above best describes the location of the Brachial muscles in relationship to the anti-brachial region? 6.Which term would be used to describe a membrane lining the surface of an organ in the body cavity? 7.Which term best describes the location of an organ in relationship to an abdominal muscle?

7 8.Name the region at the arrow a)Epigastric b)Right inguinal c)Left hypochondriac d)Left inguinal e)Hypogastric

8 9.Name the organelle at the arrow a)Golgi apparatus b)Mitochondrion c)Smooth ER d)Ribosome e)Vacuole

9 10.The name and function of the red dots at the arrow are: a)Ribosomes; protein synthesis b)Lysosomes; intracellular digestion c)Vacuoles; ATP production d)Microtubules; absorption e)None of the above

10 11. The term hemocytoblast refers to: a)Red phosphorous explosives b)Type of Blood cell c)Round worms d)Liver cells e)Reptilian reproductive organs

11 12.The microscope has been focused on 10X, once you switch the objective to 40X you should: a)Focus with the coarse adjustment until the object is in focus again b)Focus first with the fine adjustment, then with the coarse adjustment c)Lower the stage d)Never adjust the diaphragm e)Use the fine adjustment to get the object in focus

12 13.The structure(s) involved with cell division that is composed of stacks of microtubules is the: a)Cilia b)Nucleolus c)Lysosome d)Centriole e)Cytoskeleton

13 a)0.5 mm b)0.2 mm c)2 mm d)5 mm e)0.8mm 14.If the diameter of the field of view at 40X is 0.4mm and four cells span the length of the field, how long is one cell in mm AND in microns (show your work)?

14 a)The forearm b)The posterior knee c)The shin d)The shoulder blade e)The chin 15.The popliteal area on the body would be:

15 a.DNA is single stranded. b.RNA is found mostly within the nucleus of the cell. c.DNA is found mostly within the nucleus of the cell. d.DNA carries out orders from RNA. 16.Which of the following is one of the primary differences between DNA and RNA? :

16 17.Define and describe homeostasis as it relates to the three component control loop that maintains its balance in the human body..

17 Is cell B a plant or animal cell? How can you tell?

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