Examination 2

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Name
BIOLOGY 406 HUMAN & COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, SPRING 2009
EXAMINATION #2 (PART 1)
Date
MULTIPLE CHOICE.⎯For the following multiple
choice questions circle the letter in front of the
response that best answers the question or completes
the sentence. (10%, 2% each)
For the following write the appropriate word or
words in the available space. (6%, 1% each)
1. Which of the following is primarily
derived from ectoderm?
a. endothelium
b. mesothelium
c. parotid salivary gland
d. submandibular salivary gland
e. None of the above.
2. Which of the following is primarily
derived from mesoderm?
a. brain
b. heart
c. melanocytes (pigment cells)
d. spinal cord
e. None of the above
3. Which of the following is primarily
derived from endoderm?
a. brain
b. pancreas
c. ventral mesentery
d. vertebrae
e. None of the above
4. Which of the following embryonic heart
chambers is completely LOST in all adult
amniotes?
a. atrium
b. bulbis cordis/bulbus arteriosus
c. sinus venosus
d. ventricle
e. None of the above
A
B
C
D
E
F
2. Provide the common name and classify the
organism below providing at least 3 taxonomic
names, starting with the most specific (lowest
level). (4%)
5. The depicted tissue below is which of the
following?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
areolar connective tissue
cardiac muscle
dense irregular connective tissue
dense regular connective tissue
skeletal muscle
smooth muscle
Common name
FILL-IN-THE-BLANK/LABEL II.⎯For the following exercises write the appropriate word or
words in the available space. (10%)
Use the anterior/ventral view of the human
vascular diagram below to fill in the
indicated structures to the right.
1. Label the indicated human vessels in the
diagram at left. (5%)
A
B
C
A
D
E
B
2. Sketch and appropriately label the basic
anatomy of a lancelet in the space below.
(5%)
C
D
E
DEFINITIONS.⎯For the following words or phrases define them as accurately and concisely as
possible. (20%, 4% each)
1. Allantois (also include its developmental origin/composition):
2. Epithelium:
3. Primitive Streak:
4. Stomodeum:
5. Transverse Septum:
Name
BIOLOGY 406 HUMAN AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, SPRING 2009
EXAMINATION #2 (PART 2)
Date
SHORT ANSWER.⎯Address each question in as concise and lucid a manner as possible. Do NOT
exceed the space provided.
1. Sketch and label the major arteries of the human arterial system in the form of a
diagrammatic set of lines. (18%) (This answer must be in the form of a sketch.)
2. Briefly explain how the human arterial system just superior to the heart develops from
the basic amniote pattern. Be certain to identify the major adult vessels and their specific
embryologic origins. (Feel free but do not feel obliged to use a table or clearly labeled sketches for your answer.)
(10%)
3. Explain the basic layered structure of the human (and other vertebrate) digestive tract.
What is each layer called and what is the tissue composition of each? Finally, explain how
this structure differs between the stomach and the esophagus. (Feel free but do not feel obliged to use a
table or clearly labeled sketches for your answer.) (14%)
4. Briefly explain how the human and bird digestive systems differ. (Feel free but do not feel obliged to
use a table or clearly labeled sketches for your answer.) (8%)
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