Biology (multiple choice)

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    Which of the following contain prokaryotic cells?
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    The molecule associated with energy transfer in living organisms is:
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    A community and its physical and chemical environment constitute:

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    The molecule of inheritance is:
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    Which of the following is not a requirement of all living things:
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    The one-way flow of energy through the biosphere starts with energy input from:

  • 7
    The scientific name for human is HOMO SAPIENS. HOMO is the genus and
    SAPIENS is the specie. The scientific way to refer to human is:
  • 8
    Atoms gain or lose electrons to form
  • 9
    The normal range of blood pH indicates:
  • 10
    Two atoms of oxygen are bonded together by double covalent bond. How many electrons do they share?

  • 11
    Loss of a protein’s normal 3-D shape because of high temperatures or changes in pH is called:
  • 12
    Plant cells but not animal cells have:
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    The final product(s) of glycolysis include:
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    Oxygen is formed during:
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    Cell’s ability to acquire energy and use it to, store, build, or break apart substances is
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    One species’ DNA differs from others in its
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    DNA replication results in
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    The RNA molecule is
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    MRNA is produced by

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    The five-carbon sugar found in RNA is:
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    The loading of mRNA onto an intact ribosome occurs during
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    Sister-chromatids are lined up at the equator of the spindle at:
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    Chromosomes are duplicated in:
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    Crossing over
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    In a paternity suit, a woman with type AB blood accuses a man with type O blood of fathering her child. The child has type AB blood. Could the man be the child’s father?

  • 27
    The F2 phenotypic ratio of Mendel’s monohybrid cross is
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    Gregor Mendel discovered:
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    The phenotype of an organism:
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    Offspring of the cross AA* aa are:

  • 31
    The F2 phenotypic ratio of Mendel’s dihybrid cross is
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    The F2 genotype ratio of Mendel’s monohybrid cross is
  • 33
    A hemophiliac woman has offspring with a normal man. What are the chances of
    hemophilia occurring in their children?
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    Which of the blood components below contains the oxygen-transporting protein
  • 35
    Respiration is controlled by sensors and effectors in the brain and carotid arteries that
    respond to a rise in _______ by _______ the rate of breathing.
  • 36
    Which ABO blood type is known as the universal donor?
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    Which of the following is not a component of plasma
  • 38
    Which of the following is NOT involved in the formation of a blood clot?
  • 39
    Four of the five answers listed below are components of the human respiratory
    system. Select the exception.
  • 40
    What is the hormone that stimulates the bone marrow to produce more red blood cells?
  • 41
    Excitation for a heartbeat is initiated in the:
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    Digestive organ that is responsible for re-absorption of water and the concentration of
    food residues:
  • 43
    Which of the following molecules digests proteins?
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    Four of the five answers listed below are functions of the digestive organs. Select the
  • 45
    Which of the following is involved in lipid digestion?
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    ____are barriers to pathogens at body surfaces.
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    ______ are molecules that macrophages recognize as self and will not elicit an
    immune response.
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    Macrophages are derived from____
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    Mmunoglobulins designated _ _is involved in histamine release.
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    Memory cells are__________ that function in___________.
  • 51
    Lateral roots are the product of the:
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    Stomata are responsible for:
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    Mesophyll consists of______
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    Two species in the same habitat can coexist when they:
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    Which of the following is not a type of symbiosis?
  • 56
    The brown headed cowbird is an example of a:
  • 57
    The revegetation of the area that was burnt by the recent fires is an example of:
  • 58
    Sickle cell disease illustrates a balanced polymorphism because carriers are resistant
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    Forces that change allele frequencies include:
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    A _____ occurs when many members of a population die and only a few are left, by chance,
    to replenish the numbers in that population.
  • 61
    Albinism in uncommon in the United States but affects 1/200 Hopi Indians. A
    contributing factor for this high increase is:
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    Glands are derived from:
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    _a___ is a specialized connective tissue that contains chondrocytes.
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    Tendons and ligaments consist of:
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    A heat-sensitive neuron in your skin is an example of a:

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