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Continuing Education Macromolecules
In general, phenols are                              .
  1. weak acids
  2. strong acids
  3. weak bases
  4. strong bases
  5. some are bases and some acids
Continuing Education Nervous and Endocrine Systems
Continuing Education Nervous and Endocrine Systems
Continuing Education Circulatory and Immune Systems
What is the name of the serous membrane that covers the heart?
  1. Parietal Pleura
  2. Parietal Pericardium
  3. Menenges
  4. Visceral Pericardium
Continuing Education Anatomical Organization
Continuing Education Anatomical Organization
What is the scientific name for the armpit?
  1. Acromial
  2. Brachial
  3. Axillary
  4. Sternal
Continuing Education Anatomical Organization
Which of the following is NOT a part of the anatomical position?
  1. Standing erect
  2. Palms facing backwards
  3. Arms at sides
  4. Toes facing foreward
Continuing Education Anatomical Organization
Which of the following lists the levels of organization in the correct sequence from least complex to most complex?
  1. molecule, atom, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, macromolecule, organ system, organism
  2. atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
  3. atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, tissue, cell, organ, organ system, organism
  4. atom, molecule, organelle, cell, organ, tissue, macromolecule, organ system, organism
Continuing Education Nervous and Endocrine Systems
What is the mechanism called which brings about an increasing change in the same direction?
  1. Negative Feedback
  2. Homeostasis
  3. Positive Feedback
  4. Balanced Feedback
Continuing Education Circulatory and Immune Systems
Continuing Education Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Where does carbon dioxide come from and how is it removed from the body?
  1. it is inhaled with each breath and is then removed via the kidneys
  2. Carbon dioxide is produced via metabolism in the mitochondria and is removed via the kidneys
  3. Carbon dioxide is inhaled with each breath and is removed by exhalation
  4. Carbon dioxide is produced via metabolism in the mitochondria and is removed by exhalation
Continuing Education Cell Structure and Function
All of these are phases of mitosis EXCEPT                .
  1. Anaphase
  2. Telophase
  3. Prophase
  4. Interphase
  5. Metaphase
  6. Cytokinesis
Continuing Education Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
What is the body system that breaks down food into substances our body can use?
  1. circulatory system
  2. digestive system
  3. nervous system
  4. endocrine system
Continuing Education Biochemical Pathways
Continuing Education Macromolecules
The general formula R-O-R' represents                .
  1. an alcohol
  2. an aldehyde
  3. an ether
  4. a ketone
  5. a hemiacetal
Continuing Education Macromolecules
Continuing Education Biochemical Pathways
Oxidation is                                                    .
  1. the removal of hydrogen or the addition of oxygen
  2. the removal of oxygen or the addition of hydrogen
  3. the removal of oxygen and the removal of hydrogen
  4. the addition of oxygen and the addition of hydrogen
  5. the gain of electrons
Continuing Education Macromolecules
Molecules having the same molecule formula but different structural formulas are                                     .
  1. said to be identical
  2. said to be branched
  3. said to be optical isomers
  4. said to be "cis" and "trans" isomers
  5. none of the above
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