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Test Bank for Human Physiology, 2nd Edition

Test Bank for Human Physiology, 2nd Edition Package Title: Test Bank Course Title: Derrickson 2e Chapter Number: 1 Question Type: Multiple Choice 1) All of the following statements are true according to cell theory EXCEPT a) a cell is the basic unit of life b) organisms are made of at least one cell c) cells are formed from other cells d) organs are made of a single type of cell Answer: d Difficulty: Easy Bloom’s: Comprehension Learning Objective 1: LO 1.1 Define physiology, identifying several of its subdisciplines. Section Reference: 1.1 Physiology Defined 2) A skeleton has been found that appears to be human in origin. What features would you expect it to have? a) small skull and use of two limbs for movement b) use of four limbs for movement and erect posture c) erect posture and large skull d) small skull and four limbs for movement Answer: c Difficulty: Medium Bloom’s: Application Learning Objective 1: LO 1.1 Define physiology, identifying several of its subdisciplines. Section Reference: 1.1 Physiology Defined 3) Which would be an example of physiology? a) identification of a new bone b) documenting the physical area where a heart is damaged c) tracing the blood vessels used from an organ to the heart d) explaining how a neuron conducts a signal Answer: d Difficulty: Medium Bloom’s: Application Learning Objective 1: LO 1.1 Define physiology, identifying several of its subdisciplines. Section Reference: 1.1 Physiology Defined Question type: Text Entry 4) Someone who studies the kidneys would be a/an ____ physiologist. Answer: renal Difficulty: Easy Bloom’s: Knowledge Learning Objective 1: LO 1.1 Define physiology, identifying several of its subdisciplines. Section Reference: 1.1 Physiology Defined Question type: Multiple choice 5) Which is an incorrect pairing of a structure-function relationship? a) a thick layer of cells in an organ allowing exchange b) a wide tube in an area where lots of flow is needed c) strong bones in an area that bears more weight d) elastic tissue in areas that stretch frequently Answer: a Difficulty: Medium Bloom’s: Application Learning Objective 1: LO 1.1 Define physiology, identifying several of its subdisciplines. Section Reference: 1.1 Physiology Defined 6) Select the molecule from the options below. a) N b) H2O c) O2 d) H2O and O2 Answer: d Difficulty: Medium Bloom’s: Application Learning Objective 1: LO 1.2 Explain how the organization of the human body affects its functions and life processes. Learning Objective 2: LO 1.2.1 Describe the levels of organization that make up the human body. Section Reference: 1.2 Levels of Organization in the Body Question type: True/False

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