BIO 1100 UOP Biology Vaccine Connective Tissue & Neurons Q&A Discussion

Question Description

QUESTION 1

  1. Dr. Edward Jenner coined the word vaccine from the Latin word for the animal that was instrumental in his experiments, from which he discovered the benefits of vaccination. Which of the following is that animal?

QUESTION 2

  1. Which of the following tissues is NOT connective tissue?

QUESTION 3

  1. DPT vaccinations protect against which type of infections?

QUESTION 4

  1. The liver is usually located on the __________ side of the body, __________ the diaphragm.
    left, above
    left, underneath
    right, above
    right, underneath

QUESTION 5

  1. Which of the following is the term for the bodily tissue that enables balance through contraction?

QUESTION 6

  1. Which of the following is the term for tissue that is made up of neurons that can conduct and transmit electrical impulses?

QUESTION 7

  1. The diaphragm __________ when a person inhales in order to __________.
    contracts, increase chest volume
    relaxes, increase chest volume
    contracts, decrease chest volume
    relaxes, decrease chest volume

QUESTION 8

  1. Which of the following is the term for tightly packed sheets of cells that cover organs and outer surfaces?

QUESTION 9

  1. How many pints of blood are in an average adult human body?

QUESTION 10

  1. __________ blood flows from the right atrium into the __________ ventricle.
    Oxygenated, left
    Oxygenated, right
    Deoxygenated, left
    Deoxygenated, right

QUESTION 11

  1. One person can donate bodily tissues that can help as many as __________ people.
    10
    25
    50
    500

QUESTION 12

  1. Which of the following is the term for nervous tissue that is composed mainly of cells?
    Synapses
    Adipose cells
    Neurons
    Gametes

QUESTION 13

  1. __________ blood flows from the __________ ventricle into the body via the aorta.
    Oxygenated, left
    Deoxygenated, left
    Oxygenated, right
    Deoxygenated, right

QUESTION 14

  1. What are the 300 million tiny sacs in the lungs called?
    Bronchioles
    Capillaries
    Alveoli
    Bronchiocysts

QUESTION 15

  1. What health situation occurs when blood flow to part of the cardiac muscle is blocked?
    Arrhythmia
    Heart Murmur
    Heart Attack
    Heart Failure

QUESTION 16

  1. Which organ system provides support for the body, stores minerals, and produces red blood cells?
    Endocrine
    Muscle
    Cardiovascular
    Skeletal

QUESTION 17

  1. Which of the following is the body’s first line of defense against infection?

QUESTION 18

  1. Match each item with its definition or description. Note that not all possible answers will be used.

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    Organ

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    Red blood cells

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    Allergy

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    Systole
    A. Structure composed of two or more tissues packaged together that work together to produce a specific function
    B. Situation causing a person’s immune system to attack his or her own cells
    C. Part of the immune system; works to fight infection
    D. Molecules that are foreign to the host and stimulate the immune system to react
    E. Infection caused by a virus
    F. Contraction phase of the cardiac cycle
    G. Contain hemoglobin that carries oxygen throughout the body
    H. Material in the body that is made up of similar cell types that perform a common function
    I. Damaging immune response when no pathogens are present
    J. Infectious, disease-causing organisms
    K. Cell fragments that prevent blood loss by using proteins to make clots
    L. Relaxation phase of the cardiac cycle

QUESTION 19

  1. Put these terms in order beginning with the smallest and least organized and ending with the largest and most organized.


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