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Final Exam Review Packet
Name: _Susan Clark
Chapter 1:
1.| An investigator who conducts an experiment to determine how temperature changes affect the rate at which the heart beats is most likely a(an)     A. | anatomist. |
B. | physiologist. |
C. | chemist. |
D. | biochemist. |
E. | physicist. |
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2.| The branch of science that deals with the structure of human body parts is called anatomy.  |  
3.| The branch of science that deals with the functions of human body parts is called Physiology.  |  
4.| The topics of human anatomy and physiology are difficult to separate because the structures of the body parts are closely related to their Functions.  |  
5.| The structure of a body part is closely related to its function.    
True    False|
 
6.| All materials, including those of the human body, are composed of chemicals.    True    False|
 7.| Which of the following lists illustrates the idea of increasing levels of organization?     A. | cell, molecule, atom, organelle, macromolecule |
B. | atom, molecule, macromolecule, cell, organelle |
C. | atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell |
D. | cell, atom, organelle, molecule, macromolecule |
E. | cell, molecule, organelle, atom, macromolecule |
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8.| Which of the following includes all the others?  
A. | excretion |
B. | digestion |
C. | respiration |
D. | metabolism |
E. | absorption |
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9.| The traits that humans share with other organisms are called characteristics of life.    
True    False|
 
10.| The ability of an organism to sense changes in its body is an example of     A. | movement |
B. | respiration |
C. | responsiveness |
D. | excretion |
E. | absorption |
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11.| Metabolism is defined as  
  A. | any individual process in the body. |
B. | all the structures in the body. |
C. | all of the homeostatic setpoints in the body. |
D. | all of the chemical reactions in the body that break down and build up substances. | E. | The collection of all of the organs in the body and their parts. |
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12.| The building up phase of metabolism is called  
  A. | negative feedback. |
B. | catabolism. |
C. | anabolism. |
D. | reproduction. |
E. | anatomy. |
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13.| The breaking down phase of metabolism is called  
  A. | reproduction. |
B. | growth. |
C. | catabolism. |
D. | anabolism. |
E. | homeostasis. |
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14.| Metabolism is the sum total of all of the chemical reactions in the body that break substances down and build them up.  |  
15.| Incorporating substances into the body and changing them to chemically different forms is called     A. | responsiveness. |
B. | anabolism. |
C. | catabolism. |
D. | assimilation. |
E. | reproduction. |
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16.| Respiration obtains oxygen, uses oxygen to release energy from foods and removes gaseous wastes.    |
 
17.| Of the items listed, which is not required from the environment for the maintenance of life?     A. | water |
B. | food |
C. | carbon dioxide |
D. | pressure |
E. | heat |
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18.| The most abundant chemical substance in the body is Water.    |
 
19.| The weight of the air produces a force called atmospheric Pressure.    
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20.| Requirements of humans do not include  
  A. | water. |
B. | foods. |
C. | oxygen. |
D. | light. |
E. | pressure. |
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21.| Which of the following processes is not concerned with maintaining the life of an adult organism?   A. | responsiveness | B. | movement |
C. | reproduction |
D. | metabolism |
E. | assimilation |
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22.| Foods are substances that provide the body with necessary chemicals (nutrients) in addition to water.    |
 
23.| Heat is a form of Energy_.  
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24.| Heat is a form of energy.  
 
True    False|
 
25.| Homeostasis refers to  
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