Saladin Ch 18 Study Guide

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Chapter 18
The Circulatory System: Blood

True / False Questions

1. Hemostasis is the production of formed elements of blood.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

2. Blood viscosity stems mainly from electrolytes and monomers dissolved in plasma.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

3. Lymphoid hemopoiesis occurs mainly in the bone marrow.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

4. Oxygen and carbon dioxide bind to different parts of hemoglobin.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.2 Erythrocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

5. The liver stores excess iron in ferritin.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.2 Erythrocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

6. The most important components of the cytoplasm of RBCs are hemoglobin and carbonic anhydrase.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.2 Erythrocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

7. A person develops anti-A antibodies only after he is exposed to antigen A, and anti-B antibodies only after he is exposed to antigen B.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.3 Blood Types
Topic: Cardiovascular System

8. Incompatibility of one person's blood with another results from the action of plasma antibodies against the RBCs' antigens.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.3 Blood Types
Topic: Cardiovascular System

9. Rh incompatibility between a sensitized Rh+ woman and an Rh- fetus can cause hemolytic disease of the newborn.

Difficulty Level: Apply/Analyze
Section: 18.3 Blood Types
Topic: Cardiovascular System

10. Circulating WBCs spend most of their lives in the bloodstream.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.4 Leukocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

11. Lymphocytes secrete antibodies, coordinate action of other immune cells, and serve in immune memory.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.4 Leukocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

12. Monocytes differentiate into large phagocytic cells.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.4 Leukocytes
Topic: Cardiovascular System

13. Coagulation starts with a vascular spasm and ends with the formation of a platelet plug.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.5 Platelets and Hemostasis - The Control of Bleeding Topic: Cardiovascular System

14. Clotting deficiency can result from thrombocytopenia or hemophilia.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.5 Platelets and Hemostasis - The Control of Bleeding Topic: Cardiovascular System

15. After a wound is sealed, tissue repair is followed by fibrinolysis.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.5 Platelets and Hemostasis - The Control of Bleeding Topic: Cardiovascular System

Multiple Choice Questions

16. Blood does not
A. transport a variety of nutrients.
B. help to stabilize the pH of extracellular fluids.
C. participate in the initiation of blood clotting.
D. produce plasma hormones.
E. help to regulate body temperature.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

17. The buffy coat does not contain
A. lymphocytes.
B. granulocytes.
C. erythrocytes.
D. agranulocytes.
E. platelets.

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

18. Hematocrit is ____________ of the total blood volume.
A. less than 1%
B. 47% to 63%
C. 25% to 37%
D. 42% to 45%
E. 37% to 52%

Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Section: 18.1 Introduction
Topic: Cardiovascular System

19. _____________ is not found in plasma.
A. Glycogen
B. Fibrinogen
C....
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