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1 start here Trimester ONE Review

2 On the following questions, click on the buttons to choose the correct answer. Choose carefully. If you make any error along the way, you have to start all over again. start here

3 Click here to start again. Looks like someone made a mistake.

4 In a scientific investigation, better know as the scientific method, there are six steps. They must be in the correct order for them to make sense. They are: 1.Ask a question 2.Form a hypothesis 3.Test the hypothesis 4.Analyze the results of your testing 5.Draw a conclusion 6.Communicate results Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again

5 a. Analyze the test results b. Draw a conclusion c. Ask a question d. Test the hypothesis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 1. In a scientific investigation, the first step is to _?_.

6 Next Question In a scientific investigation, better know as the scientific method, there are six steps. They are: 1.Ask a question 2.Form a hypothesis 3.Test the hypothesis 4.Analyze the results of your testing 5.Draw a conclusion 6.Communicate results Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

7 Some definitions: Hypothesis: an educated guess. Theory: an idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence. Law: scientific idea that very rarely changes. Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again

8 a. Theory b. Hypothesis c. Fact d. Law pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 2. A scientific idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence is called a _?_

9 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Theory: an idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence. But don’t forget: Law: scientific idea that very rarely changes.

10 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Some definitions: Hypothesis: an educated guess. Theory: an idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence. Law: scientific idea that very rarely changes.

11 a. Theory b. Hypothesis c. Fact d. Law pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 3. A truly big idea of science that never seems to change is called a?

12 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Law: scientific idea that very rarely changes. But don’t forget: Theory: an idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence.

13 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Hello…metric system or SI is based on the number 10.

14 a. 1 b. 10 c. 12 d. 36 pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 4. The units of the metric system are based on the number _?_.

15 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Very good, you remembered the number 10! Next Question

16 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Graduated Cylinder measures volume. Meter stick measures distance. and the Triple beam balance measures MASS, not weight.

17 a. Distance b. Weight c. Volume d. Mass pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 5. What is measured by a triple beam balance?

18 Next Question Your correct again…the triple beam balance is a mass in grams measure device! Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

19 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Mass: the amount of matter in something. Distance: the space between two points. Volume: the size and shape of something.

20 a. Distance b. Weight c. Volume d. Mass pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 6. The shape and size of something is called the _?_

21 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Mass: the amount of matter in something. Distance: the space between two points. Volume: the size and shape of something.

22 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Hello…the thing that varies…the variable. Get it? Varies – Variable They’re like almost the same word. And changes is the same as varies… So… Changes = varies = variable.

23 a. Variable b. Experimental group c. Control group d. Hypothesis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 7. In an experiment, the thing that changes or varies is called the _?_.

24 Next Question Remember Changes or varies = the variable. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

25 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Remember: Millimeters are the thickness of a dine. Meters are bigger that a yard. A centimeter is smaller than an inch. In fact about 2 ½ centimeters are in 1 inch. A ruler is about 30 centimeters.

26 a. 3 millimeters b. 3 meters c. 30 centimeters d. 3 centimeters pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 8.About how long is this line? |———|

27 Next Question Good choice. None of the other answers make sense. The other measurements are just too big or too small. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

28 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again We must USE ENERGY to carry out the chemical activities of the body. Even in organisms what have just one cell for a body!

29 a. Use energy b. Grow and develop c. Use sunlight d. Have organ system pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 9. In order to carry out the chemical activities of our body, all organisms:

30 You got it… We use energy to carry out the chemical activities of our body. And the same goes for the little organisms that are just one cell! Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

31 All living things: 1. have cells 2. have DNA 3. use energy 4. sense and respond to change 5. reproduce 6. grow and develop Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again

32 a. Have cells and DNA. b. Grow and develop and reproduce. c. Use energy d. None of the above. (they are all characteristics of living organisms) pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 10. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a living thing?

33 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! All living things: 1. have cells 2. have DNA 3. use energy 4. sense and respond to change 5. reproduce 6. grow and develop

34 Examples of the levels of organization: Cells: bone cells, muscle cells, nerve cells, etc. Tissues: nerve tissue, muscle tissues, connective tissues, protective tissues. Organs: heart, lungs, bicep, stomach, leaf, etc. Systems: nervous, digestive, skeletal, etc. Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again

35 a. Tissues b. Organs c. Cells d. Organ systems pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 11. Nervous, muscle, connective, and protective are all examples of

36 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Examples of the levels of organization: Cells: bone cells, muscle cells, nerve cells, etc. Tissues: nerve tissue, muscle tissues, connective tissues, protective tissues. Organs: heart, lungs, bicep, stomach, leaf, etc. Systems: nervous, digestive, skeletal, etc.

37 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention! You picked an organ! start again

38 a. Leaf b. Heart c. Tree d. Brain pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 12. Which one is NOT an organ?

39 Next Question Very good…you noticed the tree was an organism. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

40 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Whoo…you forgot already? Cells make up tissues which make up organs which make up organ systems which make up organisms. or backwards Organism are made up of organ systems which are made up of organs which are made up of tissue which are made up of cells.

41 a. Other tissues b. Organ systems c. Cells d. Organells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 13. A tissue is a group of _?_ working together.

42 Next Question Correct… Organism are made up of organ systems which are made up of organs which are made up of tissue which are made up of cells. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

43 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Reminder: Little lens = fewer lenses = low power Long lens = more lenses = high power

44 a. Low power b. Medium power c. High power d. Super high power pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 14. The shortest objective lens on the microscope is the _?_ lens.

45 Next Question Correct. The smallest is low because the smallest has the fewest number of lenses inside. The long one with the most lenses inside is high power. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

46 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Field of view is the area seen. Objectives are the three lenses. Total magnification is the number of magnifications. and Your object being viewed is the specimen.

47 a. The specimen b. The objectives c. The field of view d. The total magnification pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 15. In the microscope, the object being view is…

48 Next Question Good…you remembered specimen. I like that word. Specimen, specimen, specimen. I could just type that all night. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

49 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Nope… You multiply the objective times the eyepiece(10x). example: A 50x objective means – 50x X 10x = 500x

50 a. 15x b. 25x c. 100x d. 150x pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 16. What is total magnification for a microscope when using a 15x objective lens.

51 Next Question Right you multiply the objective and the eyepiece (which is always 10x). Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

52 Click here to start #17. Congratulations. You have reached save platform number one. From this point forward, if you miss a question, you will be sent back to question 17, instead of all the way back to question 1. However, if you miss a super easy question, you will find yourself back at the beginning again. So read carefully and choose wisely.

53 Click here to start again. Looks like someone made a mistake.

54 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Prokaryotic Cells: bacteria have no nucleus have no membrane bound organelles small and simple Eukaryotic Cells: all organisms except bacteria have a nucleus have membrane bound organelles larger and more complex

55 a. Unicellular b. Eukaryotic c. Prokaryotic d. Multicellular pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 17. What type of cells have no nucleus or membrane bound organelles?

56 Next Question Correct. No nucleus means it is prokaryotic. The bacteria. If it had a nucleus it would be eukaryotic. Like us. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

57 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again When it comes to numbers of cells: Unicellular- made up of only one cell. Multicellular– having two or more cells

58 a. Unicellular b. Multicellular c. Eukaryotic d. Prokaryotic pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 18. Having many cells is called?

59 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Multi = many Multicellular = many celled Next Question

60 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again What are you doing here? Did you see the word bacteria? No? Well then they are eukaryotes. Didn’t know what they were? Were they BACTERIA? No…then they have eukaryotic cells. Whatever they are!

61 a. Tunicates b. Lichens c. Cnidarians d. All the above are eukayotes pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 19. Which of the following have eukaryotic cells?

62 Next Question Good guess… Whatever they are, they are not bacteria and thus are eukaryotic. Whatever they are? (sea squirts, plant/algae symbiont, and jellyfish) Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

63 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again The Cell Theory states: 1. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. 2. The cell is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells.

64 a. Living things have one or more cells b. Living things have only one cell c. Living things must have more than one cell d. Living things have system of cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 20. The cell theory states:

65 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! The Cell Theory states: 1. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. 2. The cell is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells.

66 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again As the cells of the organism increase their number, they will differentiate (or specialize) into the different kinds of cells that make up the organism.

67 a. A complex structure b. Differentiated into different type c. A nucleus with genetic material inside d. Can replicate themselves pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 21. Cells of a multicellular organism can do specialized jobs because the cells have _?_

68 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Correct, they are specialized into nerve cells or muscle cells because at one point they change or differentiate into these different cell types. Next Question

69 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again The Cell Theory states: 1. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. 2. The cell is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells.

70 a. Organelle b. Cell c. Cytoplasm d. Tissue pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 22. The smallest, basic unit of life is the _?_.

71 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Next Question The Cell Theory states: 1. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. 2. The cell is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells.

72 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again The nucleus is a cage. Inside this cage are the chromosomes, the DNA. And we call these things the genetic material. Inside the nucleus.

73 a. DNA b. Genetic material c. Chromosomes d. All the above pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 23. Inside the nucleus we find?

74 Next Question The nucleus is a prison that holds: our DNA our chromosomes our genetic material Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

75 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Come on. It controls what enters or leave our living cells. It is live and death stuff. It is the cell membrane.

76 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Come on. It controls what enters or leave our living cells. It is live and death stuff. It is the cell membrane. and by the way You just answered that we have a cell wall. Are you a plant? Didn’t think so. Sorry, but your cell membranes are upset.

77 a. Cell wall b. Cell cytoplasm c. Cell barrier d. Cell membrane pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 24. The outer, living layer around our cells is the _?_

78 Next Question Cell membrane. It controls what enters and leaves our cells. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

79 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Inside the cell is a liquid called cytoplasm. And You should be ashamed of yourself if you clicked on cytofluidia. I should send you back to question number one. Maybe I will anyway. Bye, bye.

80 a. Nucleoplasm b. Cytoplasm c. Genetic material d. Cytofluidia pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 25. What is the liquid inside our cells?

81 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Glad you didn’t click on cytofluidia. Next Question

82 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Chloroplasts - this green structure, found only in plant cells, is where photosynthesis occurs. Large central water vacuole - this water storage tank in plant cells can make up 80% of the cell.

83 a. The large, central water vacuole. b. Those cute, green chloroplast c. The nucleus d. The large storage wateroids. pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 26. What is that structure in plants cells that stores water?

84 Next Question Large central water vacuole - this storage tank in plant cells can make up 80% of the cell. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

85 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Chloroplasts - this green structure, found only in plant cells, is where photosynthesis occurs. Cell Wall - found outside the cell membrane in plant cells, provides protection and support.

86 a. Cell membrane and ribosomes b. Cell membrane and cell wall c. Chloroplast and cell wall d. Chloroplast and cell membrane pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 27. What organelles do we find only in the plant cell and not in the animal cell?

87 Next Question Nice. Hurry onward. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

88 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again The chromosomes carry the instruction for everything the cell and organism is and does. And they are made out of DNA.

89 a. ATP b. DNA c. Mitochondria d. Ribosomes pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 28. What has the instructions for making proteins and running the other activities of the cell?

90 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! It would have been quite sad if you had missed that. I mean, it’s a rule – don’t disrespect your DNA. Know it is in charge. Next Question

91 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Cellular respiration is the process in which the mitochondria of organisms use glucose and oxygen to create energy in the form of ATP. This process creates carbon dioxide and water as a waste. ATP is the molecule that organisms use to do work.

92 a. Plants making sugar b. Catching the sun’s energy c. The cells breathing d. Using oxygen to produce energy pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 29. Cellular respiration is?

93 Next Question Glad you weren’t confused by produce energy instead of release energy. Not all questions are as perfect as they could be. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

94 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Cellular respiration is the process in which the mitochondria of organisms use glucose and oxygen to create energy in the form of ATP. This process creates carbon dioxide and water as a waste. ATP is the molecule that organisms use to do work.

95 a. Ribosome b. Nucleus c. Mitochondria d. Chloroplast pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 30. Cellular respiration occurs in the _?_.

96 Next Question Keep it up. Save platform two is close. But also is a question or two that if you miss, your back to question 1. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

97 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Cellular respiration is the process in which the mitochondria of organisms use glucose and oxygen to create energy in the form of ATP. This process creates carbon dioxide and water as a waste. ATP is the molecule that organisms use to do work.

98 a. Oxygen b. Glucose c. Water d. Carbon dioxide pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 31. In cellular respiration, the energy to charge up the ATPs is stored sun energy found in the _?_.

99 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Sugar! Next Question

100 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again I can’t believe you don’t recognize photosynthesis.

101 a. Chemosynthesis b. Photosynthesis c. Fermentation d. Cellular respiration pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 32.Identify the equation – 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + sunlight → C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 (and for your sake, don’t miss)

102 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Answer info here Next Question

103 Click here to start #33. Congratulations. You have reached save platform number two. From this point forward, if you miss a question, you will be sent back to question 33, instead of all the way back to question 1. However, if you miss a super easy question, you will find yourself back at the beginning again. So read carefully and choose wisely.

104 Click here to start again. Looks like someone made a mistake.

105 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Ribosomes - they make proteins by putting together chains of amino acids.

106 a. Hold our genetic material b. Link our amino acids into proteins c. Are the powerhouse of the cell d. Are the site of photosynthesis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 33. Let us not forget our ribosomes, because they?

107 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Good. Looks like you haven’t forgotten them. Next Question

108 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Photosynthesis is the process in which chloroplasts of plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to make sugar and oxygen.

109 a. The sun b. The powerhouse of the cell c. Either MID or PG&E d. Glucose pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 34. In photosynthesis, the plants get the energy to make sugar from ?

110 Next Question Yep, you got it. Move along. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

111 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Didn’t we talk about one being the opposite of the other? And for the record, animals have very diverse musical tastes compared to plants. Plants mainly like country. Ask any tree.

112 a. Both happen in all plants and animals b. Both need the same things c. Both release the needs of the other d. Both like the same type of music pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 35. What is true for photosynthesis and cellular respiration?

113 Next Question Ya, the whole formula is backwards things. Moving on. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

114 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Meiosis - a copying process that produces cells, called sex cells.

115 a. Identical daughter cells b. New cells with the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell. c. Asexual cells d. Sex cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 36. What is made by meiosis?

116 Next Question Sex cells. Did you giggle? Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

117 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again In mitosis, in this process, two new daughter cells, which are identical to the original parent cell, are produced.

118 a. Two new identical cells b. Four new identical cells c. Two new different cells d. Three old different cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 37. Mitosis makes?

119 Next Question Don’t let the next one through you back far, far into the past questions. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

120 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again We have 46 chromosomes in every cell!

121 a. 23 b. 46 c. 92 d. 42 pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 38. How many chromosomes are found in a normal human body cell?

122 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Yep. 46. Next one is dangerous too. Don’t miss it. Next Question

123 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Humans have 46 chromosomes in each of their cells. Through meiosis, the sex cells, sperm and egg, are formed with 23 chromosomes.

124 a. 26 b. 46 c. 32 d. 23 pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 39. How many chromosome in the sex cells of humans?

125 Next Question Good. 23. Right. Humans have 46 chromosomes in each of their cells. Through meiosis, the sex cells, sperm and egg, are formed with 23 chromosomes. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

126 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Cytokinesis - where the cell is pinched in half, forming two new daughter cells. In cells with a cell wall, a cell plate forms to divide the two new cells.

127 a. Cytokinesis b. Photosynthesis c. Meiosis d. Mitosis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 40. During _?_, a cell plate forms to help create the new cell wall of the dividing plant cells.

128 Next Question Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Cytokinesis - where the cell is pinched in half, forming two new daughter cells. In cells with a cell wall, a cell plate forms to divide the two new cells.

129 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again Mitosis - the process by which the visible chromosomes separate into each new cell.

130 a. Cytokinesis b. Mitosis c. Meiosis d. Interphase pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 41. The DNA condenses into visible chromosomes during?

131 Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following! Next Question Mitosis - the process by which the visible chromosomes separate into each new cell.

132 Incorrect Answer… so pay attention to the following! start again You missed the Mr. Harlan-Gran question? Really? Someone wants to start back at question 1. Well, I’ll give you a chance not to go all the way back. Pick wisely. start again start again start again

133 a. Is an organism b. Is made up of eukaryotic cells c. Is multicellular d. All the above and more pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 42. Mr. Harlan-Gran

134 Next Question All are true. We are all multicellular, eukaryotic organisms. Correct Answer…good job… but you should still read the following!

135 Congratulations…give yourself an A You did good, you deserve it. Click to reset Play it Hardcore

136 Begin the Challenge Hardcore mode. This mode of review is simple. If you miss – you’re done. Enjoy.

137 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 1. start again

138 a. Analyze the test results b. Draw a conclusion c. Ask a question d. Test the hypothesis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 1. In a scientific investigation, the third step is to _?_.

139 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

140 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 2. start again

141 a. Theory b. Hypothesis c. Fact d. Law pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 2. A scientific idea that explains many related observations and facts and is supported by a large body of evidence is called a _?_

142 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

143 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 3. start again

144 a. Theory b. Hypothesis c. Fact d. Law pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 3. A truly big idea of science that never seems to change is called a?

145 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

146 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 4. start again

147 a. 1 b. 10 c. 12 d. 36 pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 4. The units of the metric system are based on the number _?_.

148 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

149 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 5. start again

150 a. Distance b. Weight c. Volume d. Mass pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 5. What is measured by a graduated cylinder?

151 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

152 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 6. start again

153 a. Distance b. Weight c. Volume d. Mass pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 6. The shape and size of something is called the _?_

154 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

155 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 7. start again

156 a. Hypothesis b. Experimental group c. Control group d. Variable pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 7. In an experiment, the thing that changes or varies is called the _?_.

157 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

158 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 8. start again

159 a. 3 millimeters b. 3 meters c. 30 centimeters d. 3 centimeters pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 8.About how long is this line? |———|

160 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

161 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 9. start again

162 a. Use energy b. Grow and develop c. Use sunlight d. Have organ system pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 9. In order to carry out the chemical activities of our body, all organisms:

163 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

164 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 10. start again

165 a. Have cells and DNA. b. Grow and develop and reproduce. c. Breathe and use oxygen d. None of the above. (they are all characteristics of living organisms) pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 10. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a living thing?

166 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

167 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 11. start again

168 a. Tissues b. Organs c. Cells d. Organ systems pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 11. Nervous, muscle, connective, and protective are all examples of

169 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

170 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 12. start again

171 a. Roots b. Heart c. Tree d. Brain pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 12. Which one is NOT an organ?

172 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

173 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 13. start again

174 a. Tissues b. Organ systems c. Cells d. Organells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 13. A Organ is a group of _?_ working together.

175 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

176 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 14. start again

177 a. Low power b. Medium power c. High power d. Super duper high power pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 14. The longest objective lens on the microscope is the _?_ lens.

178 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

179 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 15. start again

180 a. The specimen b. The objectives c. The field of view d. The total magnification pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 15. In the microscope, the area being seen is…

181 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

182 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 16. start again

183 a. 15x b. 25x c. 50x d. 150x pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 16. What is total magnification for a microscope when using a 5x objective lens.

184 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

185 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 17. start again

186 a. Unicellular b. Eukaryotic c. Prokaryotic d. Multicellular pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 17. What type of cells have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles?

187 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

188 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 19. start again

189 a. Unicellular b. Multicellular c. Eukaryotic d. Prokaryotic pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 18. Having many cells is called?

190 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

191 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 19. start again

192 a. Tunicates b. Bacteria c. Cnidarians d. All the above are prokaryotic pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 19. Which of the following have prokaryotic cells?

193 Next Question Correct Answer…good job

194 Incorrect Answer… You ended Hardcore Mode at Question number 20. start again

195 a. Living things must have more than one cell b. Living things have only one cell c. Living things have one or more cells d. Living things have system of cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 20. The cell theory states:

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198 a. A complex structure b. Differentiated into different type c. A nucleus with genetic material inside d. Can replicate themselves pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 21. Cells of a multicellular organism can do specialized jobs because the cells have _?_

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201 a. Organelle b. Cell c. Cytoplasm d. Tissue pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 22. The smallest, basic unit of life is the _?_.

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204 a. DNA b. Genetic material c. Chromosomes d. All the above pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 23. Inside the nucleus we find?

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207 a. Cell wall b. Cell cytoplasm c. Cell barrier d. Cell membrane pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 24. The outer, living layer around our cells is the _?_

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210 a. Nucleoplasm b. Cytoplasm c. Ectoplasm d. Cytofluidia pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 25. What is the liquid inside our cells?

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213 a. The large, central water vacuoid. b. Those cute, green chloroplast c. The nucleus d. The water storage vacuole. pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 26. What is that structure in plants cells that stores water?

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216 a. Cell membrane and ribosomes b. Cell membrane and cell wall c. Chloroplast and cell membrane d. Chloroplast and cell wall pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 27. What organelles do we find only in the plant cell and not in the animal cell?

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219 a. ATP b. DNA c. Mitochondria d. Ribosomes pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 28. What has the instructions for making proteins and running the other activities of the cell?

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222 a. Plants making sugar b. Catching the sun’s energy c. The cells breathing d. Using oxygen to produce energy pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 29. Cellular respiration is?

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225 a. Ribosome b. Nucleus c. Mitochondria d. Chloroplast pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 30. Photosynthesis occurs in the _?_.

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228 a. Oxygen b. Glucose c. Water d. Carbon dioxide pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 31. In cellular respiration, the energy to charge up the ATPs is stored sun energy found in the _?_.

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231 a. Chemosynthesis b. Photosynthesis c. Fermentation d. Cellular respiration pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 32.Identify the equation – C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + ATP

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234 a. Hold our genetic material b. Link our amino acids into carbs c. Are the powerhouse of the cell d. Assemble amino acids into proteins pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 33. Let us not forget our ribosomes, because they?

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237 a. The sun b. The powerhouse of the cell c. Either MID or PG&E d. Glucose pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 34. In cellular respiration, the plants get the energy to make ATP from ?

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240 a. Both happen in all plants and animals b. Both need the same things c. Both release the needs of the other d. Both like the same type of music pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 35. What is true for photosynthesis and cellular respiration?

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243 a. Identical sex cells b. New cells with the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell. c. Asexual cells d. Sex cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 36. What is made by mitosis?

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246 a. Two new identical cells b. Four new identical cells c. New sex cells d. Old sex cells pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 37. Meiosis makes?

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249 a. 23 b. 46 c. 92 d. 42 pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 38. How many chromosomes are found in a normal human body cell?

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252 a. 21 b. 46 c. 32 d. None of the above pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 39. How many chromosome in the sex cells of humans?

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255 a. Cytokinesis b. Photosynthesis c. Meiosis d. Mitosis pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 40. During _?_, a cell plate forms to help create the new cell wall of the dividing plant cells.

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258 a. Cytokinesis b. Mitosis c. Meiosis d. Interphase pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 41. The DNA condenses into visible chromosomes during?

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261 a. Is an organism b. Is made up of prokaryotic cells c. Is unicellular d. All the above and more pick me choose me I’m the one no I’m the one 42. Mr. Harlan-Gran

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