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Review. A. The cell is simple with no nucleus. B. The cell has genetic material freely floating in the cytoplasm. C. The cell is a bacterial cell. D.

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1 Review

2 A. The cell is simple with no nucleus. B. The cell has genetic material freely floating in the cytoplasm. C. The cell is a bacterial cell. D. The cell is quite complex and contains a nucleus.

3 A. The cell is simple with no nucleus. B. The cell has genetic material freely floating in the cytoplasm. C. The cell is a bacterial cell. D. The cell is quite complex and contains a nucleus.

4 A. mitochondria and chloroplasts B. rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum C. Golgi body and ribosomes D. ribosomes and nucleic acids

5 A. mitochondria and chloroplasts B. rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum C. Golgi body and ribosomes D. ribosomes and nucleic acids

6 The cell is most likely from a A. a plant. B. a virus. C. an animal. D. a bacterium.

7 The cell is most likely from a A. a plant. B. a virus. C. an animal. D. a bacterium.

8 A. grow toward the sun. B. lose water and wilt. C. gain water and become rigid. D. increase its rate of photosynthesis.

9 A. grow toward the sun. B. lose water and wilt. C. gain water and become rigid. D. increase its rate of photosynthesis.

10 Hooke called these structures A. chloroplasts B. nuclei C. stomata D. cells

11 Hooke called these structures A. chloroplasts B. nuclei C. stomata D. cells

12 A. net electrical charge. B. ability to catalyze a reaction. C. storage of a large amount of chemical energy. D. storage of inherited information.

13 A. net electrical charge. B. ability to catalyze a reaction. C. storage of a large amount of chemical energy. D. storage of inherited information.

14 A. carbohydrates : energy source B. lipids : speeding up chemical reactions C. proteins : structural support D. nucleic acids : transmitting genetic information

15 A. carbohydrates : energy source B. lipids : speeding up chemical reactions C. proteins : structural support D. nucleic acids : transmitting genetic information

16 A. 6CO 2 + C 6 H 12 O 6 → 6H 2 O + 6O 2 B. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6H 2 O → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O C. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O D. 6C0 2 + 6H 2 O → C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2

17 A. 6CO 2 + C 6 H 12 O 6 → 6H 2 O + 6O 2 B. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6H 2 O → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O C. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O D. 6C0 2 + 6H 2 O → C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2

18 A. DNA. B. RNA. C. ATP. D. CO2.

19 A. DNA. B. RNA. C. ATP. D. CO2.

20 A B C D

21 A B C D

22 A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

23 A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

24 A. All living organisms B. Animals but not plants C. Plants but not animals D. Heterotrophs but not autotrophs

25 A. All living organisms B. Animals but not plants C. Plants but not animals D. Heterotrophs but not autotrophs

26 A. tRNA B. DNA C. mRNA D. ATP

27 A. tRNA B. DNA C. mRNA D. ATP

28 A.Anaphase B.Metaphase C.Prophase D.Telophase

29 A.Anaphase B.Metaphase C.Prophase D.Telophase

30 A. Protein → DNA → RNA B. RNA → DNA → protein C. DNA RNA → protein D. Protein → RNA → DNA

31 A. Protein → DNA → RNA B. RNA → DNA → protein C. DNA → RNA → protein D. Protein → RNA → DNA

32 A. Some gametes will have Y and some gametes will have y B. Each gamete will have Y only C. Each gamete will have y only D. Each gamete will have Yy

33 A. Some gametes will have Y and some gametes will have y B. Each gamete will have Y only C. Each gamete will have y only D. Each gamete will have Yy

34 A. 100% tall B. 75% tall, 25% short C. 50% tall, 50% short D. 25%tall, 75% short

35 A. 100% tall B. 75% tall, 25% short C. 50% tall, 50% short D. 25%tall, 75% short

36 A. AaBb B. AABB C. Aabb D. aaAAbbBB

37 A. AaBb B. AABB C. Aabb D. aaAAbbBB

38 A. 25% B. 50% C. 75% D. 100%

39 A. 25% B. 50% C. 75% D. 100%

40 A. Fertilization B. Mitosis C. Osmosis D. Replication

41 A. Fertilization B. Mitosis C. Osmosis D. Replication

42 A. Animalia B. Fungi C. Plantae D. Protista

43 A. Animalia B. Fungi C. Plantae D. Protista

44 A. Some are multicellular B. Some are prokaryotes C. Some have cell walls D. Some have tissues

45 A. Some are multicellular B. Some are prokaryotes C. Some have cell walls D. Some have tissues

46 A. Increased amounts of solid waste pollution in oceans B. Decreased amounts of fresh water in marshes and estuaries C. Changes in local rainfall amounts D. Changes in upstream water tables

47 A. Increased amounts of solid waste pollution in oceans B. Decreased amounts of fresh water in marshes and estuaries C. Changes in local rainfall amounts D. Changes in upstream water tables

48 A. The pesticide is effective only against mature roaches. B. Once roaches learned how to fight the pesticide, they taught others. C. The surviving roaches were naturally resistant to the pesticide, an that resistance was inherited by their offspring. D. The pesticide caused some of the roaches digestive systems to mutate and metabolize the pesticide.

49 A. The pesticide is effective only against mature roaches. B. Once roaches learned how to fight the pesticide, they taught others. C. The surviving roaches were naturally resistant to the pesticide, an that resistance was inherited by their offspring. D. The pesticide caused some of the roaches digestive systems to mutate and metabolize the pesticide.

50 A.Competition with prairie dogs for resources B.Reduced numbers of prairie dogs C.Activity of research institutes D.Development of managed wildlife areas

51 A.Competition with prairie dogs for resources B.Reduced numbers of prairie dogs C.Activity of research institutes D.Development of managed wildlife areas

52 A. It limits water loss through transpiration. B. It conserves oxygen produced in photosynthesis. C. It recycles carbon dioxide within plant systems. D. It protects plant tissues from predators.

53 A. It limits water loss through transpiration. B. It conserves oxygen produced in photosynthesis. C. It recycles carbon dioxide within plant systems. D. It protects plant tissues from predators.

54 A. Dog and tapeworm B. Buffalo and tickbird C. Spider and fly D. Whale and barnacle

55 A. Dog and tapeworm B. Buffalo and tickbird C. Spider and fly D. Whale and barnacle

56 A. J B. K C. L D. M

57 A. J B. K C. L D. M

58 A.Some fish can survive repeated infections by harmful bacteria. B.Some fish have bacteria living in their digestive tract that help the fish digest food. C.Some bacteria are present in aquatic food chains in which fish are secondary consumers. D.Some bacteria are aquatic decomposers that recycle nutrients useful to fish.

59 A.Some fish can survive repeated infections by harmful bacteria. B.Some fish have bacteria living in their digestive tract that help the fish digest food. C.Some bacteria are present in aquatic food chains in which fish are secondary consumers. D.Some bacteria are aquatic decomposers that recycle nutrients useful to fish.

60 A.The rate of erosion of rocks on the ground would be slowed. B.The flow of necessary nutrients would be disrupted. C.The ability of plants to complete photosynthesis would be increased. D.The infiltration of water into the ground would be halted.

61 A.The rate of erosion of rocks on the ground would be slowed. B.The flow of necessary nutrients would be disrupted. C.The ability of plants to complete photosynthesis would be increased. D.The infiltration of water into the ground would be halted.

62 A. Marine/estuary B. Coastal prairie C. Cypress D. Hammock

63 A. Marine/estuary B. Coastal prairie C. Cypress D. Hammock

64 A.C.B. D.

65 A.C.B. D.

66 A.Clamworm B.Crab C.Flounder D.Heron

67 A.Clamworm B.Crab C.Flounder D.Heron

68 A.Crab B. Egret C. Flounder D.Phytoplankton

69 A.Crab B. Egret C. Flounder D.Phytoplankton

70 A.Modern bears evolved from species that are now extinct. B.The short-faced bear was the ancestor of the Asiatic black bear. C.Present day bear species are more closely related than their ancestors were. D.Natural selection favored the brown bear over the American black bear.

71 A.Modern bears evolved from species that are now extinct. B.The short-faced bear was the ancestor of the Asiatic black bear. C.Present day bear species are more closely related than their ancestors were. D.Natural selection favored the brown bear over the American black bear.

72 A. Genetic material and a protein coat B. A nucleus, genetic material, and a protein coat C. A nucleus, genetic material, a protein coat, and ribosomes D. A nucleus, genetic material, a protein coat, ribosomes, and a plasma membrane

73 A. Genetic material and a protein coat B. A nucleus, genetic material, and a protein coat C. A nucleus, genetic material, a protein coat, and ribosomes D. A nucleus, genetic material, a protein coat, ribosomes, and a plasma membrane

74 A. Similar environmental factors. B. Similar ancestry. C. Homologous structural adaptations. D. Competition with each other.

75 A. Similar environmental factors. B. Similar ancestry. C. Homologous structural adaptations. D. Competition with each other.

76 A. A butterfly’s wing and a bat’s wing. B. A moth’s eyes and a cow’s eyes C. A beetle’s leg and a horse’s leg. D. A whale’s flipper and a bird’s wing

77 A. A butterfly’s wing and a bat’s wing. B. A moth’s eyes and a cow’s eyes C. A beetle’s leg and a horse’s leg. D. A whale’s flipper and a bird’s wing

78 A. Natural selection. B. Punctuated selection. C. Variation and adaptation. D. Acquired characteristics.

79 A. Natural selection. B. Punctuated selection. C. Variation and adaptation. D. Acquired characteristics.

80 A. Become dormant. B. Mutate. C. Become extinct. D. Fossilize.

81 A. Become dormant. B. Mutate. C. Become extinct. D. Fossilize.

82 THE END


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