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Biology 2015

Sylvia S. Mader, Michael Windelspecht

Chapter 31

Animal Organization and Homeostasis

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Problem 1

Which of these is not a type of epithelial tissue?
a. simple cuboidal
b. cartilage
c. stratified squamous
d. striated
e. All of these are epithelial tissue

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Problem 2

Tendons and ligaments
a. are dense fibrous connective tissue.
b. are associated with the bones.
c. are found in vertebrates.
d. contain collagen.
e. All of these are correct

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Problem 3

Which tissue has cells in lacunae?
a. epithelial
b. cartilage
c. bone
d. smooth muscle
e. Both b and c are correct.

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Problem 4

match each description to the type of connective tissue in the key.
a. loose fibrous
b. adipose tissue
c. hyaline cartilage
d. elastic cartilage
occurs in the nose, ends of bones, and walls of respiratory passages

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Problem 5

match each description to the type of connective tissue in the key.
a. loose fibrous
b. adipose tissue
c. hyaline cartilage
d. elastic cartilage
occurs in the outer ear

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Problem 6

match each description to the type of connective tissue in the key.
a. loose fibrous
b. adipose tissue
c. hyaline cartilage
d. elastic cartilage
allows lungs, arteries, and bladder to expand

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Problem 7

match each description to the type of connective tissue in the key.
a. loose fibrous
b. adipose tissue
c. hyaline cartilage
d. elastic cartilage
found mostly beneath skin and around organs

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Problem 8

Which of these components of blood fights infection?
a. red blood cells
b. white blood cells
c. platelets
d. hydrogen ions
e. All of these are correct

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Problem 9

match each type of muscle tissue to as many terms in the key as possible
a. voluntary
b. involuntary
c. striated
d. nonstriated
e. spindle-shaped cells
f. branched cells
g. long, cylindrical cells
skeletal muscle

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Problem 10

smooth muscle
match each type of muscle tissue to as many terms in the key as possible
a. voluntary
b. involuntary
c. striated
d. nonstriated
e. spindle-shaped cells
f. branched cells
g. long, cylindrical cells

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Problem 11

cardiac muscle
match each type of muscle tissue to as many terms in the key as possible
a. voluntary
b. involuntary
c. striated
d. nonstriated
e. spindle-shaped cells
f. branched cells
g. long, cylindrical cells

Anna M.
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Problem 12

Give the name, the location, and the function for each of the illustrated tissues in the human body.
a. type of epithelial tissue ________
b. type of muscular tissue ________
c. type of connective tissue _______

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Problem 13

The _______ separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity.
a. liver
b. pancreas
c. diaphragm
d. pleural membrane
e. intestine

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Problem 14

urinary and digestive systems
match each organ system(s) to the life process(es) it (they) carries (carry) out.
a. coordinate body activities
b. exchange gases
c. protect the body from pathogens
d. eliminate wastes

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Problem 15

ymphatic and immune systems
match each organ system(s) to the life process(es) it (they) carries (carry) out.
a. coordinate body activities
b. exchange gases
c. protect the body from pathogens
d. eliminate wastes

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Problem 16

nervous and endocrine systems
match each organ system(s) to the life process(es) it (they) carries (carry) out.
a. coordinate body activities
b. exchange gases
c. protect the body from pathogens
d. eliminate wastes

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Problem 17

respiratory system
match each organ system(s) to the life process(es) it (they) carries (carry) out.
a. coordinate body activities
b. exchange gases
c. protect the body from pathogens
d. eliminate wastes

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Problem 18

Which of these is a function of skin?
a. temperature regulation
b. manufacture of vitamin D
c. collection of sensory input
d. protection from invading pathogens
e. All of these are correct.

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Problem 19

Which of these correctly describes a layer of the skin?
a. The epidermis is simple squamous epithelium in which hair follicles develop and blood vessels expand when we are hot.
b. The subcutaneous layer lies between the epidermis and the dermis. It contains adipose tissue, which keeps us warm.
c. The dermis is a region of connective tissue that contains sensory receptors, nerve endings, and blood vessels.
d. The skin has a special layer, still unnamed, in which there are all the accessory structures, such as nails, hair, and various glands

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Problem 20

When a person is cold, the superficial blood vessels
a. dilate, and the sweat glands are inactive.
b. dilate, and the sweat glands are active.
c. constrict, and the sweat glands are inactive.
d. constrict, and the sweat glands are active.
e. contract, so that shivering occurs.

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Problem 21

Which of these body systems contribute to homeostasis?
a. digestive and urinary systems
b. respiratory and nervous systems
c. nervous and endocrine systems
d. immune and cardiovascular systems
e. All of these are correct.

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Problem 22

Which of these is an example of negative feedback?
a. Air conditioning switches off when room temperature lowers.
b. Insulin decreases blood sugar levels after eating a meal.
c. Heart rate increases when blood pressure drops.
d. All of these are examples of negative feedback.

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Problem 23

In a negative feedback mechanism,
a. the output cancels the input.
b. there is a fluctuation above and below the average.
c. there is self-regulation.
d. a regulatory center communicates with other body parts.
e. All of these are correct

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