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What tissue lines the digestive tract?

What tissue lines the digestive tract?

 

  1. What tissue lines the digestive tract?

 

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cartilage

 

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muscular

 

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connective

 

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epithelium

 

2) Sphincters

 

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are only found at the beginning of the stomach.

 

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are muscles in longitudinal arrangement.

 

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prevent movement of material through the digestive tract.

 

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are smooth muscles.

 

3) A bolus is formed in the

 

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stomach.

 

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esophagus.

 

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small intestine.

 

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mouth.

 

4) During the process of swallowing, the

 

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epiglottis closes the trachea leading to the lungs.

 

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epiglottis seals the esophagus.

 

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esophagus is temporarily closed by the glottis.

 

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pharynx restricts food entry to the esophagus.

 

5) Which of the following functions does the stomach perform the LEAST?

 

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digestion

 

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storage

 

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mixing

 

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absorption

 

6) “Heartburn” is caused by

 

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chymotrypsin sloshing back into the esophagus.

 

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pepsin sloshing back into the esophagus.

 

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intrinsic factor sloshing back into the esophagus.

 

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HCl sloshing back into the esophagus.

 

7) Of the following parts of the GI tract, the greatest amount of nutrient absorption takes place in the

 

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small intestine.

 

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colon.

 

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stomach.

 

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pancreas.

 

8) The main function associated with the structure of villi and microvilli is

 

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trapping bacteria.

 

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secreting digestive enzymes.

 

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secreting hormones.

 

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increasing surface area.

 

9) The liver functions to do all of the following EXCEPT

 

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remove toxins ingested in food.

 

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produce bile.

 

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produce glucagon.

 

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inactivate hormones.

 

10) The function of segmentation is to

 

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churn the food and mix the contents with the digestive tract.

 

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churn the food and mix the contents with the digestive tract and also bring the contents to the wall of the tract where they could be absorbed.

 

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move the food through the digestive tract.

 

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produce a wavelike push of the gut contents through the system.

 

11) Which hormones slow down stomach emptying?

 

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gastrin and somatostatin

 

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leptin and gastrin

 

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somatostatin and secretin

 

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secretin and cholecystokinin

 

12) The large intestine begins as the

 

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duodenum

 

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cecum

 

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appendix

 

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ileum

 

13) Sodium, potassium, and calcium are referred to as

 

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acids.

 

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bases.

 

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nonelectrolytes.

 

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electrolytes.

 

14) An enzyme produced by the kidneys that helps to regulate blood pressure is

 

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aldosterone.

 

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renin.

 

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erythropoietin.

 

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angiotensin.

 

15) Most of the filtrate produced at the glomerulus is reabsorbed by the

 

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peritubular capillary.

 

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distal tubules.

 

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proximal tubules.

 

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loop of Henle.

 

16) What amount of the fluid removed from the blood is eventually returned to the blood?

 

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almost 99 percent

 

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about 59 percent

 

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less than 90 percent

 

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a mere 0.9 percent

 

17) The antidiuretic hormone

 

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is produced by the anterior pituitary gland.

 

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acts on the proximal tubules of nephrons in the kidney.

 

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promotes processes that lead to an increase in the volume of urine.

 

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promotes processes that lead to a decrease in the volume of urine.

 

18) If blood pH falls outside of the normal range for too long, which system suffers most?

 

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skeletal system

 

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muscular system

 

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central nervous system

 

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cardiovascular system

 

19) Severe vomiting or dehydration and overuse of antacids may bring about which condition?

 

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respiratory acidosis

 

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respiratory alkalosis

 

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metabolic alkalosis

 

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metabolic acidosis

 

20) Which hormone causes less sodium and less water to be excreted in the urine?

 

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ADH

 

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aldosterone

 

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insulin

 

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angiotensin

 

21) The hormone that controls the concentration of urine is

 

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glucagon

 

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insulin

 

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antidiuretic hormone

 

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epinephrine

 

22) Which is the only system that does not contribute to homeostasis?

 

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reproductive

 

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immune

 

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digestive

 

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urinary

 

23) Sperm and eggs are referred to as

 

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gonads.

 

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gametes.

 

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germ cells.

 

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zygotes.

 

24) The thick layer of smooth muscle in the uterus is the

 

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endometrium

 

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epimetrium

 

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myometrium.

 

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perimetrium

 

25) The end of the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle coincides with

 

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ovulation.

 

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fertilization.

 

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menstruation.

 

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menopause.

 

26) What does the oocyte complete prior to ovulation?

 

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mitosis

 

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meiosis II

 

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meiosis I

 

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cleavage

 

27) Ovulation is triggered by

 

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low levels of estrogen.

 

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low levels of LH.

 

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high levels of chorionic gonadotropin.

 

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high levels of LH.

 

28) Which of the following is the last structure that a sperm travels through as it leaves the body?

 

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ductus deferens

 

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epididymis

 

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ureter

 

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urethra

 

29) Sperm production occurs in the

 

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testes.

 

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ductus deferens.

 

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epididymis.

 

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prostate gland.

 

30) Spermatogonia develop into

 

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spermatids.

 

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primary spermatocytes.

 

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secondary spermatocytes.

 

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spermatozoans.

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