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Mader Quiz #8
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Not many quiz 8's around, so here is another Christmas present.

Also, I am about to start SCIN135 (Intro to Forestry), so if anyone can help me out on those test, it would be appreciated..... With out further ado, here is Mader Quiz #8

Question 1 of 30   
Which of the following organisms have specialized salt glands that pump salt out of their bodies?

A. Sea anemones   

B. Sea stars   

C. Sea birds   

D. Bony fish   

E. Sharks   


What happens if humans drink sea water?

A. Their rectal glands expel excess salt.   

B. Their cells gain water.   

C. There is no net change in the water content of their cells.   

D. They secrete excess salt with their salt glands.   

E. Their cells lose water.   


Which of the following organisms excretes urea?

A. Insects   

B. Birds   

C. Reptiles   

D. Bony fish   

E. Mammals   


Why is the blood of cartilaginous fish nearly isotonic to sea water?

A. It contains lots of urea   

B. It contains lots of uric acid   

C. It contains lots of ammonia   

D. It contains lots of carbon dioxide   

E. It contains lots of amino acids   


In the segmented body of an annelid, there are paired excretory structures called:

A. Nephridia   

B. Malpighian tubules   

C. Kidneys   

D. Nephrons   

E. Flame cells   



Why don't marine invertebrates such as sea anemones and sea stars have to deal with osmoregulation?

A. They are too small   

B. They have no skeleton   

C. Their blood is isotonic to sea water   

D. They have no cardiovascular system   

E. They have no blood   

Which body system coordinates activities of body parts by releasing hormones into the blood?

A. The endocrine system   

B. The circulatory system   

C. The digestive system   

D. The respiratory system   

E. The nervous system   


Which of the following hormones causes the reabsorption of water by the kidneys?

A. Melatonin   

B. Insulin   

C. Oxytocin   

D. Antidiuretic hormone   

E. Calcitonin   



Small organic molecules which travel through the air between two members of the same species and influence behavior or other physiological processes are referred to as:

A. Norepinephrines   

B. Hormones   

C. Aldosterones   

D. Cortisols   

E. Pheromones   


The hypothalamic-releasing hormones directly control the:

A. Pancreas   

B. Posterior pituitary gland   

C. Adrenal cortex   

D. Thyroid   

E. Anterior pituitary gland   


When combining with the target organ, the nervous system acts faster than the endocrine system.
True
 False

Pheromones are detected by the:

A. Vomeronasal organ   

B. Hypothalamus   

C. Pituitary gland   

D. Thyroid gland   

E. Pineal gland   


Steroid hormones can be produced by which of the following endocrine structures?

A. The pineal gland   

B. The pituitary gland   

C. The ovaries   

D. The thyroid gland   

E. The parathyroid gland   


Which of the following methods of birth control is 100% effective all of the time?

A. Vasectomy   

B. Diaphragm   

C. Tubal ligation   

D. Condom   

E. Abstinence   


The sac that surrounds the fetus and usually ruptures just before childbirth is the:

A. Yolk sac   

B. Amnion   

C. Gastrula   

D. Allantois   

E. Archenteron   



A biologist is studying the formation of a grey crescent which has formed after fertilization. Based on this information you would conclude that he or she is studying which of the following organisms?

A. A frog   

B. A chicken   

C. A fish   

D. A reptile   

E. A human   

The lining of the uterus that is discharged during the menstrual phase is the:

A. Endometrium   

B. Oviduct   

C. Graafian follicle   

D. Cervix   

E. Corpus luteum   


Syphilis is caused by:


A. bacterium Treponema pallidum   

B. protozoan Trichomonas vaginalis   

C. Genital warts   

D. a virus   

E. bacterium Candida albicans   


A biologist is studying the structure in the developing embryo which will serve as the storage place for nitrogenous waste. Based on this information you would conclude that he or she is studying which of the following?

A. The trophoblast   

B. The allantois   

C. The chorion   

D. The amnion   

E. The yolk sac   



The _____________ develops into the fetal portion of the placenta.

A. Archenteron   

B. Allantois   

C. Yolk sac   

D. Chorion   

E. Amnion   


Once freed of the muscle tissue below, the flaps of skin should be:

A. Removed and disposed of   

B. Cut off   

C. Pinned down on each side   


D. Torn away   


What is visible once the muscle flaps have been pulled back and secured to the side with pins?

A. The muscles of the leg   

B. The structures in the mouth   

C. Organs in the body cavity   

D. The heart and lungs


What is the main center of the frog’s nervous system?

A. Brain   

B. Connecting nerves   

C. Sense organs   

D. Spinal cord   


What are the two most anterior lobes of the frog brain that can be seen under the skull bone?

A. Olfactory
   

B. Optic lobes   

C. Cerebrum   

D. Cerebellum   


The heart of a frog has two ______ and one ______ (There is only ONE correct answer).

A. Ventricle, atrium   

B. Ventricles, atrium   

C. Atrium, ventricles   

D. Atria, ventricle   


Which of the following is NOT a main region of the frog's skeleton?

A. Axial   

B. Appendicular   

C. Radial   


D. All of the above are "main" regions of the frog's skeleton.   


Which of the following is true about frog and human body systems?

A. The circulatory system of a frog is just like that of a human.   

B. There are very few similarities between frog and human body systems.   

C. Frogs have an excretory system and humans do not.   

D. While the frog’s body systems are like humans’ in many ways, differences exist.   


Question 28 of 30   
Which of the following is not true about the frog heart?

A. Blood is mixed in the ventricle and is pumped to the lungs and body   

B. Oxygen poor blood enters the right atrium.   

C. No valves are present to regulate blood flow   

D. Oxygen rich blood enters the left atrium.   







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NICEeee Cool


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who is the author on that intro to forrestry?


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Fancy @ King... The author is L. De Vere Burton "INTRODUCTION TO FORESTRY SCIENCE" Third Edition

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

- Dick


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Do anyone have the final exam for CMRJ335


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