Unit 3: Power Open Ended Questions bank



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Unit 3: Power Open Ended Questions BANK
You will be given 4 of the 20 questions similar or identical to those listed below. There are many versions to the test so be prepared to answer any of these.
You may practice, have Miss Fisher review, or ask questions up until Thursday March 19, 2017 at 2:30PM; no questions will be taken after that time.


  1. Given a diagram, label all parts of the digestive system. Spelling counts.




  1. Track the pH through the digestive system from stomach all the way through the large intestine, to the rectum.




  1. What are the three functional parts of the large intestine? Describe the role and function of each. What part of the large intestine is non-functional; describe it.




  1. Classify a cracker by its main class of food molecule. Trace it’s mechanical and chemical digestion from mouth to excretion.




  1. Classify butter by its main class of food molecule. Trace it’s mechanical and chemical digestion from mouth to excretion.




  1. Classify chicken by its main class of food molecule. Trace it’s mechanical and chemical digestion from mouth to excretion.




  1. NOTE: ON THE TEST THE NUMBERS THE AGE, HEIGHT AND WEIGHT WILL BE DIFFERENT! Jameson is a 39-year-old male, is 6’2” in height and weights 298 pounds. He is somewhat athletic as he plays on a softball team and has practice 3 nights a week and a game every Saturday.

Use the formulas below to calculate Jameson’s BMI AND BMR. Show all math calculations! Then, write a small paragraph explaining to Jameson what BMI and BMR mean and interpret his values. (Ie, pretend you are his doctor giving him information and advice.)


BMI can be calculated by the formula:
BMR can be calculated by the gender specific formulas:

  • Men: BMR = 66.5 + (13.75 x W) + (5.003 x H) – (6.775 x A)

  • Women: BMR = 655.1 + (9.5663 x W) + (1.85 x H) – (4.676 x A)

  • W = Actual Weight in kilograms

  • H = Height in centimeters

  • A = Age in years

  1. Draw the chemical structure of ATP. Clearly label the bond in the ATP molecule that is the source of energy. Explain the difference in ATP, ADP and AMP and state what the abbreviations stand for.




  1. Draw a diagram to show the biochemistry behind the breaking of ATP. Does this reaction consume or release energy? What is this reaction specifically called?




  1. Draw a diagram to show the biochemistry behind the forming of ATP. Does this reaction consume or release energy? What is this reaction specifically called?




  1. Write a 2-3 paragraph essay explaining what luciferase is, where it is found and how it can be used to assess cardiovascular health. Be sure to explain the biology behind the medical process.




  1. Given a diagram, label all parts of the respiratory system. Spelling counts.




  1. Given a lung volume graph and breaths per minute be able to calculate TV, IRV, ERV, VC, RV, TLC, and MV. If an injury or enhancement is sustained, be able to calculate how breaths per minute would be adjusted.




  1. Write a 2-3 paragraph essay to explain the biological physiology behind an asthma attack or flare up. What two medications do asthmatics commonly take and prevent or reduce the severity of an attack or flare up?




  1. Given a prescription (or prescriptions), be able to interpret it. Also, be able to write a prescription in shorthand, given doctor directives.




  1. List and describe all enteral and parenteral routes of drug administration. Give an example for each.




  1. Given a diagram, label all parts of the urinary system, kidney and nephron. Spelling counts.




  1. Trace the filtration of blood through a nephron. Be sure to state which parts of the nephron are in the cortex and which are in the medulla. Also, be sure to state what is passing across the membrane in each specific area.




  1. In extreme detail describe the renin-angiotensin system in relation to raising blood pressure.




  1. Write a 2-3 paragraph essay explaining how urinalysis can be used to assess the health of an individual.


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