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Quiz 1

Question 1

Plants and Animals are examples of major groups or organisms within a

Question 2

In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is ___________.

Question 3

Protons have a ________ charge and are found in ________.

Question 4

A sleep deprived individual has antibody levels that are exactly 1/3 as high as those of a normal individual. This statement is an example of

Question 5

Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex?

Question 6

Your mouth, an alpine valley or a swamp are all examples of ecosystems. All ecosystems on the earth taken together are called

Question 7

A total of 679 leaves fell from trees kept at 10°C, whereas only 83 leaves fell from those kept at 32°C. This is an example of:

Question 8

The term “life” cannot be defined in a biological sense because

Question 9

Decreases in oxygen level at high altitudes cause hemoglobin levels in the bloodstream to rise because

Question 10

___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________.

Question 11

A skillful scientist can use a well-asked question to fashion a testable

Question 12

In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the

Question 13

Virtually all monomer in cells are built into polymers by removing _________ from one monomer and ____________ from the other monomer, and using these products to form ____________

Question 14

The methods of science are limited. They cannot help us to

Question 15

The best term to describe the electrons that are involved in a covalent bond is that they are

Question 16

A Bible reader can discover a reason for biological life’s significance by meditating on

Question 17

Scholars face inherent difficulties when they try to scientifically apply revealed truth to the natural world. One reason for this is that

Question 18

Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth.

Question 19

A good hypothesis

Question 20

Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because

Question 21

Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six-Kingdom classification system?

Question 22

Which of the following processes would come last or latest in a sequence of scientific activities?

Question 23

In an organism, the structure of ___________ determines its function; in a cell the structure of ____________ determines its function.

Question 24

The tiniest, most miniscule bit of a pure elemental substance is

Question 25

“A mouse runs because natural selection happens to have given it feet.” This statement would be made by

 

Question 1

Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because

Question 2

Which of the following statements represents an interpretation of scientific data?

Question 3

When considering the question of origins, one value of having two complementary truth sources is that

Question 4

A Bible reader can discover a reason for biological life’s significance by meditating on

Question 5

Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?

Question 6

Which of the following statements is teleological?

Question 7

Chromatography is useful for separating ________ out of a(n) __________.

Question 8

The carbon atom is uniquely suited to building large molecules because it:

Question 9

Many Christians believe that dinosaurs were created approximately 6,000 years ago because soft tissues have been discovered in fossilized T. rex bones. This belief is an example of:

Question 10

__________ cannot be degraded further by ordinary physical or chemical means.

Question 11

Any substance found in nature will be either

Question 12

Virtually all monomer in cells are built into polymers by removing _________ from one monomer and ____________ from the other monomer, and using these products to form ____________

Question 13

A sociologist uses the word “community” to refer to a collection of different sorts of people; a biologist uses the same term to refer to a collection of different

Question 14

Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?

Question 15

Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:

Question 16

Which of the following statement about atoms is true?

Question 17

___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________.

Question 18

Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six‑Kingdom classification system?

Question 19

Neutrons are __________ charged particles.

Question 20

Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex?

Question 21

Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to

Question 22

Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:

Question 23

Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth.

Question 24

Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms.

Question 25

Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex?

 

Question 1 A total of 679 leaves fell from trees kept at 10°C, whereas only 83 leaves fell from those kept at 32°C. This is an example of:

Question 2 In a water molecule, the ______ bond between the oxygen and a hydrogen atom is _______ because the shared electrons orbit closer to the larger oxygen atom.

Question 3 An ion is an “atom” that has

Question 4 Which of the following is one of our “Principles of life” in this course?

Question 5 When an atom loses an electron, it becomes a positively charged

Question 6 Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to

Question 7 The vast diversity of living things, and their structural complexity are two reasons why

Question 8 Examples of design in nature lead many to believe there is a purpose lying behind the design. This idea is best captured in the term

Question 9 Many evolutionists believe that Pakicetus, a terrestrial mammal, is the evolutionary ancestor of modern whales because Pakicetus fossils are found below whale fossils in the geologic column. This belief is an example of:

Question 10 Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?

Question 11 Which of the following statement about atoms is true?

Question 12 What is one limitation scientists face in being sure they possess scientific “truth”?

Question 13 Which of the following questions would be virtually impossible to address using the scientific method?

Question 14 In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is ___________.

Question 15 ___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________.

Question 16 Neutrons are located within the ________ of the atom.

Question 17 Recall the study on prayer for heart patients described in your text. Which of the following would be the hardest thing to control for?

Question 18 Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?

Question 19 Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms.

Question 20 Plants and Animals are examples of major groups or organisms within a

Question 21 In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the

Question 22 A skillful scientist can use a well­asked question to fashion a testable

Question 23 Decreases in oxygen level at high altitudes cause hemoglobin levels in the bloodstream to rise because

Question 24 Tadpoles raised in water with atrazine levels of 0.1 ppb should produce a higher percentage of male frogs with gonadal abnormalities than those raised in pure water. This statement is an example of:

Question 25 The process that is not recognized as an element of the scientific method is

 

Quiz 2

Question 1

The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 2

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell:

Question 3

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 4

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 5

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 6

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 7

What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Question 8

Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 9

Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 10

It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 11

A phospholipid is made up of:

Question 12

Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 13

Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme

Question 14

Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 15

In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Question 16

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 17

Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 18

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 19

The function of glycogen is to

Question 20

The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 21

Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.)

Question 22

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 23

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 24

Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 25

In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

 

Question 1

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 2

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 3

Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as

Question 4

The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 5

Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 6

The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 7

Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 8

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 9

Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 10

A large polymeric molecule that is nonpolar over most of its structure but very polar at one end:

Question 11

Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 12

Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells.

Question 13

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 14

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 15

Which is not a function of a lipid?

Question 16

A phospholipid is made up of:

Question 17

The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form.

Question 18

A singlestranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil:

Question 19

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 20

Cells are small because

Question 21

Glycoproteins

Question 22

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 23

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 24

__________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 25 Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

 

Question 1

In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

Question 2

Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 3

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 4

Prokaryotic organisms have a definite lack of which of the following?

Question 5

Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 6

Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 7

Which of the following occurs in the nucleolus?

Question 8

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 9

Which of the following is a class of monomers used as building blocks in the polymers of living organisms?

Question 10

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 11

A fivecarbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogencontaining base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer.

Question 12

Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 13

The small intestine signals the _________ cell that food is present; the signal is a ______ that binds to _____________ on the cell.

Question 14

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 15

The function of glycogen is to

Question 16

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 17

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 18

A fat molecule consists of:

Question 19

__________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 20

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 21

Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 22

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 23

Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules?

Question 24

The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 25

When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

 

Quiz 3

Question 1

In the process of glycolysis one molecule of _______ is converted to two molecules of __________.

Question 2

Which of the following is a stage of aerobic respiration?

Question 3

All of the six carbon atoms in each glucose molecule leave respiration in the form of carbon dioxide. Most of them leave during which part of aerobic respiration?

Question 4

The activation energy of a reaction can be lowered if the reaction is catalyzed by

Question 5

Biological information must exist because

Question 6

A producer organism is called a “producer” because it produces

Question 7

__________ is a process that uses chlorophyll molecules to produce high-energy carbohydrates.

Question 8

An excess amount of product accumulates at the end of a metabolic pathway. The product then binds to the allosteric site of the first enzyme along the pathway shutting down the pathway. We call this process

Question 9

Light dependent reactions are carried out both on and in between photosystems. This process is like the last stage of aerobic respiration in that both

Question 10

The process of __________ can be defined as about 30 individual, sequential chemical reactions that form three metabolic pathways: one in the cytoplasm and two within the mitochondrion.

Question 11

In a(n)________ the product of one reaction becomes the reactant of the next reaction and so on.

Question 12

Existing chemical bonds between atoms are broken and new ones are formed between different atoms. This process

Question 13

The immediate source of electrons for electron transfer phosphorylation is

Question 14

Enzymes lower activation energies by

Question 15

Griffith exposed weak living bacteria to just the fluids from dead virulent bacteria. Some of these weak bacteria became virulent and could now kill mice. What control experiment did he do to argue that his weak bacteria changed to virulence in these studies?

Question 16

When light of the correct wavelength hits a photosynthetic pigment molecule

Question 17

The Krebs cycle’s NADH products are of value because

Question 18

Which of the following is not a major sort/category of energy change within the cell?

Question 19

Which of the following features of glycolysis is a value to the cell?

Question 20

Three phosphate groups linked to a ribose sugar which, in turn, is linked to a pyrimidine base known as adenine: this phrase describes the structure of

Question 21

One of the laws governing the behavior of energy in living things describes energy conversion as inefficient, with much energy being lost in the form of

Question 22

Physicists define energy as

Question 23

To derive energy from an ATP molecule

Question 24

Light dependent reactions of photosynthesis produce

Question 25

DNA was discovered by Friederick Miescher; he isolated it from

 

Question 1

Glucose + _________ + 36 ADP yields _________ + 6H2O + 36 _________.

Question 2

Enzymes lower activation energies by

Question 3

Which of the following phrases best describes the role of NADPH in photosynthesis?

Question 4

The immediate source of electrons for electron transfer phosphorylation is

Question 5

Light dependent reactions of photosynthesis produce

Question 6

DNA was discovered by Friederick Miescher; he isolated it from

Question 7

Three phosphate groups linked to a ribose sugar which, in turn, is linked to a pyrimidine base known as adenine: this phrase describes the structure of

Question 8

The physicist’s definition of energy is _______________ for use in defining energy changes within a living cell.

Question 9

The three metabolic pathways that make up aerobic respiration are really all parts of one larger pathway because

Question 10

Physicists define energy as

Question 11

Biological information must exist because

Question 12

The activation energy of a reaction can be lowered if the reaction is catalyzed by

Question 13

The Krebs cycle’s NADH products are of value because

Question 14

Autotrophic organisms are supportive of man. They

Question 15

Accessory pigments enable the chloroplast to

Question 16

______ is freely convertible from one form to another but _______ can never be created or destroyed.

Question 17 The process of __________ can be defined as about 30 individual, sequential chemical reactions that form three metabolic pathways: one in the cytoplasm and two within the mitochondrion.

Question 18

The most valuable product, energetically, of electron transfer phosphorylation is

Question 19

Producer organisms convert _______ energy to chemical energy—the energy of C―H and C―O―H bonds.

Question 20

Which of the following substances would most likely enable a flagellum to drive a bacterium forward through the medium in which it is swimming?

Question 21

All of the six carbon atoms in each glucose molecule leave respiration in the form of carbon dioxide. Most of them leave during which part of aerobic respiration?

Question 22

Systems that convert energy from one form to another are

Question 23

In a crowded, unventilated room, the temperature rises because

Question 24

Which of the following is not a product of the Krebs cycle?

Question 25

In living organisms, the activation energy of desired reactions is lowered by the use of

 

Question 1 Accessory pigments and chlorophylls work together within the thylakoid membrane in clusters called __________ . They harvest light energy and use it to transfer electrons to _______________.

Question 2 Systems that convert energy from one form to another are

Question 3 Enzymes are important because they

Question 4 NADPH is formed when

Question 5 During the electron transfer reactions, protons (H+ ions) are pumped (moved) to one side of the inner membrane of the mitochondrion. The value of this pumping is that the proton gradient is then used

Question 6 A producer organism is called a “producer” because it produces

Question 7 In respiration, chemical energy is transferred from glucose to ATP. The energy transfer however, is not 100% efficient. In the transfer, some of the energy is lost as

Question 8 The Krebs cycle’s NADH products are of value because

Question 9 In photosynthesis, ______ and ______ are used to build_______ and release______.

Question 10 An excess amount of product accumulates at the end of a metabolic pathway. The product then binds to the allosteric site of the first enzyme along the pathway shutting down the pathway. We call this process

Question 11 The value of the three stages of aerobic respiration is their ability to break down glucose, a single molecule, with the resultant production of about

Question 12 Each wavelength of light has its own

Question 13 Which of the following is not a major sort/category of energy change within the cell?

Question 14 The final stage of aerobic respiration involves

Question 15 For most chemical reactions in the non­living world, the energy required to break bonds in the reactant molecules

Question 16 A useful way for a cell biologist to define energy is

Question 17 A lit match cannot continue to burn when the wood of the match stick is consumed. This statement illustrates the more general principle that

Question 18 If the final product of a metabolic pathway begins to build up in excess, the pathway can often be slowed down by a process called

Question 19 In living organisms, the activation energy of desired reactions is lowered by the use of

Question 20 When your car engine burns the octane in gasoline, at least 50% of the energy of the octane

Question 21 The three metabolic pathways that make up aerobic respiration are really all parts of one larger pathway because

Question 22 When activation energy is not available for a given chemical reaction

Question 23 Which of the following is neither a reactant nor a product of glycolysis?

Question 24 In photosynthesis the H atoms used to make high­energy carbohydrates like glucose come from

Question 25 To derive energy from an ATP molecule

 

Quiz 4

Question 1

In order to elongate mRNA, RNA polymerase must

Question 2

Heart rate and respiratory inhalation rate functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 3

Sensory and motor functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 4

Peptide bonds are formed during the __________ stage of translation.

Question 5

Why is the word “translation” used for protein production? Protein production is the process of

Question 6

Which of the following is a part of the overall processing of mRNA in the cell nucleus?

Question 7

The brain most directly interacts with and controls

Question 8

The nuclear membrane of the cell disintegrates during which phase of the cell cycle?

Question 9

Moving ahead with cell division is controlled by the interaction of

Question 10

The ________________ is often represented as a chart in which a specific sequence of bases in mRNA (a codon) is used to represent each amino acid building block found in the world of proteins.

Question 11

What are the essential resources that a daughter cell must get from a parent cell or from nature in order to succeed in living life?

Question 12

Which of the following is not a phase of the cell cycle?

Question 13

The mitotic stage of metaphase is most clearly defined by

Question 14

Your primordial (early) heart began as

Question 15

The genetic code is said to be degenerate. This means that

Question 16

The two major problems that transcription solves for the cell are

Question 17

A dominant control over the endocrine system in mature human adults is exerted by the

Question 18

Life perpetuates itself at the cellular level

Question 19

Which of the following sequences best represents the overall flow of information in a cell?

Question 20

When DNA is replicated, the two strands are first separated through _________; each strand then becomes a _________ against which two new strands are made.

Question 21

Which of the following phrases best describes the function of ribosomal RNA (rRNA)?

Question 22

_____________ is a disease state characterized by cells that divide uncontrollably and no longer respect their confinement within their tissue of origin.

Question 23

When the organism expresses a set of genes, the result is the characteristics of that organism. These characteristics are called its

Question 24

A sequence of human cell divisions accompanied by some growth and cell differentiation convert an early ___________ into a hollow ball of cells called a _________.

Question 25

Which of the following is not a recognized organ system within the human body?

 

Question 1

Sensory and motor functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 2

In the translation process, tRNA molecules are also called “adapter” molecules. Why? What is their function?

Question 3

Genes that normally direct the inhibition of cell division regulatory pathways are called

Question 4

Successful differentiation of early brain regions requires that cells destined to form these regions

Question 5

The ______________ is a highly differentiated brain structure that is too specialized to be considered an “early brain region”.

Question 6

The decondensation of visible chromosomes back into chromatin fibers is a defining feature of which phase of the cell cycle?

Question 7

In the threedimensional form of the adult Dalmatian dog, the “front” end of the animal would be named the _____ aspect.

Question 8

Which of the following choices lists in order the stages of mitosis?

Question 9

When DNA is replicated, the two strands are first separated through _________; each strand then becomes a _________ against which two new strands are made.

Question 10

In order to elongate mRNA, RNA polymerase must

Question 11

The term “transcription” means the process of

Question 12

Which of the following sequences best represents the overall flow of information in a cell?

Question 13

The nuclear membrane of the cell disintegrates during which phase of the cell cycle?

Question 14

In the process of transcription, the base sequence in the molecule _______ is read by the molecule _________ , an enzyme that makes an RNA molecule.

Question 15

Which of the following is tRNA's role in translation?

Question 16

Which of the following is not a recognized organ system within the human body?

Question 17

A collection of interacting glands that secrete hormones into the blood stream would best describe the ___________ system.

Question 18

_____________ is a disease state characterized by cells that divide uncontrollably and no longer respect their confinement within their tissue of origin.

Question 19

Your primordial (early) heart began as

Question 20

Which of the following is not a phase of the cell cycle?

Question 21

In the cell nucleus a premRNA has its introns removed by

Question 22

The two major problems that transcription solves for the cell are

Question 23

Peptide bonds are formed during the __________ stage of translation.

Question 24

Heart rate and respiratory inhalation rate functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 25

The “S” phase of the cell cycle represents the activity of

 

Question 1

Genes that normally direct the inhibition of cell division regulatory pathways are called

Question 2

The nuclear membrane of the cell disintegrates during which phase of the cell cycle?

Question 3

The ______________ is a highly differentiated brain structure that is too specialized to be considered an “early brain region”.

Question 4

The two major problems that transcription solves for the cell are

Question 5

Sensory and motor functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 6

In healthy cells, the normal function of the activated Ras protein is to

Question 7

Successful differentiation of early brain regions requires that cells destined to form these regions

Question 8

Which of the following is a part of the overall processing of mRNA in the cell nucleus?

Question 9

In the cell nucleus a pre‑mRNA has its introns removed by

Question 10

There are more than four kinds of amino acids in proteins. Each kind of amino acid must be coded for in mRNA. Thus, a short sequence of mRNA bases called a(n) _________ is used to code for each amino acid in the translation process.

Question 11

Which of the following is not a recognized organ system within the human body?

Question 12

What are the essential resources that a daughter cell must get from a parent cell or from nature in order to succeed in living life?

Question 13

Why is the word “translation” used for protein production? Protein production is the process of

Question 14

Animal development and automobile development differ in that

Question 15

The term “transcription” means the process of

Question 16

Which of the following is tRNA's role in translation?

Question 17

The de‑condensation of visible chromosomes back into chromatin fibers is a defining feature of which phase of the cell cycle?

Question 18

What is the role of tRNA synthetase?

Question 19

Which of the following phrases best describes the function of ribosomal RNA (rRNA)?

Question 20

When DNA is replicated, the two strands are first separated through _________; each strand then becomes a _________ against which two new strands are made.

Question 21

In the translation process, tRNA molecules are also called “adapter” molecules. Why? What is their function?

Question 22

A sequence of human cell divisions accompanied by some growth and cell differentiation convert an early ___________ into a hollow ball of cells called a _________.

Question 23

Which of the following is not involved at all in the flow of information from archival DNA to its expression as a resulting glycoprotein?

Question 24

Heart rate and respiratory inhalation rate functions in the mature human adult are controlled by the

Question 25

A collection of interacting glands that secrete hormones into the blood stream would best describe the ___________ system.

 

Quiz 5

Question 1

The role of the ___________ branch of the autonomic nervous system mediates control of organ processes when the body is essentially ______.

Question 2

Fluoxetine HCl affects synapses by

Question 3

The ___________ lining your bronchial passages entrain microbes carrying them away to your acidladen stomach where they will die.

Question 4

The calciumbinding protein in smooth muscle is _______; while the calciumbinding protein in skeletal muscle is ______.

Question 5

Which of the following systems of the body interact with the nervous system?

Question 6

Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?

Question 7

What is the name of a contractile unit of a muscle?

Question 8

The hepatic portal vein forms from capillary beds in ______________ and leads to a second set of capillary beds in ______________.

Question 9

Systolic blood pressure:

Question 10

Which of the following is a type of neuron that receives a stimulus and transmits it to the central nervous system?

Question 11

As a student runs up a flight of stairs, the first system needed to support the activities of the muscular system would be the _________ system.

Question 12

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 13

The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, and of nutrients and cell wastes occurs principally in the

Question 14

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 15

The efferent or motor branch of the peripheral nervous system is subdivided into the ______ (voluntary) and ____________ (involuntary) nervous systems.

Question 16

The function of the kidney is

Question 17

The nervous system interacts with the ___________ system to coordinate the internal integration of all the other body systems together.

Question 18

A muscle is composed of thousands of muscle cells (fibers) bound into groups of 100 or more fibers call __________ each of which is surrounded by _________ tissue called perimysium.

Question 19

Which is not a sign or symptom of inflammation?

Question 20

The function of the urethra is to

Question 21

The role of the hepatic portal system is to:

Question 22

Vaccination works because

Question 23

The structure of a human neuron is made up of a

Question 24 In the basic structure of the human heart, blood first flows through the right atrium, then it travels to the:

Question 25

Which of the following is not an element of the spinal reflex arc?

 

Question 1

Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?

Question 2

The function of the urinary bladder is to

Question 3

Which is not a sign or symptom of inflammation?

Question 4

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 5

Caffeine affects synapses by

Question 6

Which structure within the brain has the role of generating emotions?

Question 7

Neither B lymphocytes nor T lymphocytes are able by themselves to respond to foreign antigen. They must at some point be induced to proliferate (divide) by

Question 8

Which of the following is not an element of the spinal reflex arc?

Question 9

The most common molecule in blood is:

Question 10

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 11

The role of the hepatic portal system is to:

Question 12

Which of the following brain regions and their functions are improperly matched?

Question 13

Cranial and spinal nerves of the peripheral nervous system serve

Question 14

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 15

The nervous system interacts with the ___________ system to coordinate the internal integration of all the other body systems together.

Question 16

All of the following are systems of the body except the:

Question 17

In the basic structure of the human heart, blood first flows through the right atrium, then it travels to the:

Question 18

The ___________ lining your bronchial passages entrain microbes carrying them away to your acidladen stomach where they will die.

Question 19

The role of the ___________ branch of the autonomic nervous system mediates control of organ processes when the body is essentially ______.

Question 20

The function of the urethra is to

Question 21

Which of the following systems of the body interact with the nervous system?

Question 22

Which of the following is a type of neuron that receives a stimulus and transmits it to the central nervous system?

Question 23

Which of the following types of tissue helps to keep both our blood pressure regulated and our digestive processes effective?

Selected Answer: smooth muscle

Question 24

The structure of a human neuron is made up of a

Question 25

Vaccination works because

 

Question 1

All of the following are systems of the body except the:

Question 2

The ___________ lining your bronchial passages entrain microbes carrying them away to your acid‑laden stomach where they will die.

Question 3

Which of the following brain regions and their functions are improperly matched?

Question 4

Systolic blood pressure:

Question 5

The hepatic portal vein forms from capillary beds in ______________ and leads to a second set of capillary beds in ______________.

Question 6

The most common molecule in blood is:

Question 7

While waiting for a signal to contract, a muscle cell membrane maintains a slightly higher positive charge on the _______ only because ________ are available to generate this difference.

Question 8

Caffeine affects synapses by

Question 9

The role of the hepatic portal system is to:

Question 10

Which of the following types of tissue helps to keep both our blood pressure regulated and our digestive processes effective?

Question 11

As a student runs up a flight of stairs, her integumentary system serves her by

Question 12

The function of the urinary bladder is to

Question 13

What is the name of a contractile unit of a muscle?

Question 14

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 15

Which of the following sequences would best describe how a signal moves through a reflex arc?

Question 16

Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?

Question 17

The nervous system interacts with the ___________ system to coordinate the internal integration of all the other body systems together.

Question 18

The function of the urethra is to

Question 19

The function of the kidney is

Question 20

Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

Question 21

Fluoxetine HCl affects synapses by

Question 22

In the human immune system, the three general lines of defense are

Question 23

Neither B lymphocytes nor T lymphocytes are able by themselves to respond to foreign antigen. They must at some point be induced to proliferate (divide) by

Question 24

Your adaptive immune response has all of the following characteristics except that it is not

Question 25

In the basic structure of the human heart, blood first flows through the right atrium, then it travels to the:

 

Quiz 6

Question 1

Which of the following different methods by which human conception can be postponed involves altering the hormonal chemistry of the female partner?

Question 2

In the human body, melatonin supplementation is thought to help overcome the effects of

Question 3

In a normal person, the effect of elevated leptin levels in the bloodstream is

Question 4

When the lactose operon is functioning

Question 5

Which of the following birth control methods is primarily contraceptive and secondarily abortive in its effects?

Question 6

Which of the following is a biological approach to determining when a mother and her conceptus become separate individuals?

Question 7

In the lactose operon of E.coli, how does the repressor protein change its shape?

Question 8

A living thing need to be responsive because

Question 9

An “allele” is

Question 10

The phrase, “two homologous sets of genes” means

Question 11

Dilation of the cervix is a chemical procedure that

Question 12

Which of the following describes an example of asexual reproduction found in the Kalanchoe plant?

Question 13

The suprachiasmatic nuclei enable the nervous system to respond to daily light/dark alterations through their stimulation of

Question 14

Which of the following structures helps the human nervous system to respond to daily alterations in light and darkness?

Question 15

Preservation of biological information through time is accomplished using

Question 16

Homeostasis can be described as:

Question 17

The stages of meiosis are

Question 18

The specialized process that halves the number of chromosomes during sex cell formation is named

Question 19

The sequence of events in how a Venus fly trap closes is:

Question 20

When an environmental change shifts an organism’s internal chemistry toward a new state, the organism’s response is to try to return its chemistry toward the original state. This tendency on the organism’s part is called

Question 21

Sperm cell production occurs within the interior lining of the ______________.

Question 22

Meiosis generates genetic variability in the resulting sex cells (gametes). For each of 23 pairs of chromosomes, the haploid egg cell

Question 23

A mature follicle has formed which of the following structures?

Question 24

If a bog plant designed to catch insects proves unable to do so, the result will be

Question 25

The human nervous system responds to daily alterations in light and darkness by

 

Question 1

Preservation of biological information through time is accomplished using

Question 2

The portion of meiosis in which the total number of chromosomes is reduced to half is called the reduction division. Which stage below brings this about?

Question 3

Meiosis generates genetic variability in the resulting sex cells (gametes). For each of 23 pairs of chromosomes, the haploid egg cell

Question 4

Which of the following describes an example of asexual reproduction found in the Kalanchoe plant?

Question 5

Which of the following is a biological approach to determining when a mother and her conceptus become separate individuals?

Question 6

About the time of ____________, male genetic information from the sperm begins to be translated into protein products. This is used by some to determine when a mother and her conceptus become separate individuals.

Question 7

Haploid secondary spermatocytes go on directly to complete meiosis forming four spermatid cells. These will differentiate into sperm cells. The last stage of meiosis (that generates the spermatids) is called

Question 8

In the Venus Fly trap, how does the enzyme expansin help to close the trap?

Question 9

Dilation of the cervix is a chemical procedure that

Question 10

The phrase,

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Liberty University biol 101 quiz 1-8 also thru 16 solutions answers 100% Every different versions and answers find here. Quiz 1 Question 1 Plants and Animals are examples of major groups or organisms within a Question 2 In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is ___________. Question 3 Protons have a ________ charge and are found in ________. Question 4 A sleep deprived individual has antibody levels that are exactly 1/3 as high as those of a normal individual. This statement is an example of Question 5 Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex? Question 6 Your mouth, an alpine valley or a swamp are all examples of ecosystems. All ecosystems on the earth taken together are called Question 7 A total of 679 leaves fell from trees kept at 10°C, whereas only 83 leaves fell from those kept at 32°C. This is an example of: Question 8 The term “life” cannot be defined in a biological sense because Question 9 Decreases in oxygen level at high altitudes cause hemoglobin levels in the bloodstream to rise because Question 10 ___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________. Question 11 A skillful scientist can use a well-asked question to fashion a testable Question 12 In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the Question 13 Virtually all monomer in cells are built into polymers by removing _________ from one monomer and ____________ from the other monomer, and using these products to form ____________ Question 14 The methods of science are limited. They cannot help us to Question 15 The best term to describe the electrons that are involved in a covalent bond is that they are Question 16 A Bible reader can discover a reason for biological life’s significance by meditating on Question 17 Scholars face inherent difficulties when they try to scientifically apply revealed truth to the natural world. One reason for this is that Question 18 Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth. Question 19 A good hypothesis Question 20 Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because Question 21 Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six-Kingdom classification system? Question 22 Which of the following processes would come last or latest in a sequence of scientific activities? Question 23 In an organism, the structure of ___________ determines its function; in a cell the structure of ____________ determines its function. Question 24 The tiniest, most miniscule bit of a pure elemental substance is Question 25 “A mouse runs because natural selection happens to have given it feet.” This statement would be made by Question 1 Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because Question 2 Which of the following statements represents an interpretation of scientific data? Question 3 When considering the question of origins, one value of having two complementary truth sources is that Question 4 A Bible reader can discover a reason for biological life’s significance by meditating on Question 5 Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based? Question 6 Which of the following statements is teleological? Question 7 Chromatography is useful for separating ________ out of a(n) __________. Question 8 The carbon atom is uniquely suited to building large molecules because it: Question 9 Many Christians believe that dinosaurs were created approximately 6,000 years ago because soft tissues have been discovered in fossilized T. rex bones. This belief is an example of: Question 10 __________ cannot be degraded further by ordinary physical or chemical means. Question 11 Any substance found in nature will be either Question 12 Virtually all monomer in cells are built into polymers by removing _________ from one monomer and ____________ from the other monomer, and using these products to form ____________ Question 13 A sociologist uses the word “community” to refer to a collection of different sorts of people; a biologist uses the same term to refer to a collection of different Question 14 Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based? Question 15 Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism: Question 16 Which of the following statement about atoms is true? Question 17 ___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________. Question 18 Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six‑Kingdom classification system? Question 19 Neutrons are __________ charged particles. Question 20 Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex? Question 21 Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to Question 22 Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism: Question 23 Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth. Question 24 Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms. Question 25 Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex? Question 1 A total of 679 leaves fell from trees kept at 10°C, whereas only 83 leaves fell from those kept at 32°C. This is an example of: Question 2 In a water molecule, the ______ bond between the oxygen and a hydrogen atom is _______ because the shared electrons orbit closer to the larger oxygen atom. Question 3 An ion is an “atom” that has Question 4 Which of the following is one of our “Principles of life” in this course? Question 5 When an atom loses an electron, it becomes a positively charged Question 6 Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to Question 7 The vast diversity of living things, and their structural complexity are two reasons why Question 8 Examples of design in nature lead many to believe there is a purpose lying behind the design. This idea is best captured in the term Question 9 Many evolutionists believe that Pakicetus, a terrestrial mammal, is the evolutionary ancestor of modern whales because Pakicetus fossils are found below whale fossils in the geologic column. This belief is an example of: Question 10 Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based? Question 11 Which of the following statement about atoms is true? Question 12 What is one limitation scientists face in being sure they possess scientific “truth”? Question 13 Which of the following questions would be virtually impossible to address using the scientific method? Question 14 In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is ___________. Question 15 ___________ are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called ____________. Question 16 Neutrons are located within the ________ of the atom. Question 17 Recall the study on prayer for heart patients described in your text. Which of the following would be the hardest thing to control for? Question 18 Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based? Question 19 Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms. Question 20 Plants and Animals are examples of major groups or organisms within a Question 21 In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the Question 22 A skillful scientist can use a well¬asked question to fashion a testable Question 23 Decreases in oxygen level at high altitudes cause hemoglobin levels in the bloodstream to rise because Question 24 Tadpoles raised in water with atrazine levels of 0.1 ppb should produce a higher percentage of male frogs with gonadal abnormalities than those raised in pure water. This statement is an example of: Question 25 The process that is not recognized as an element of the scientific method is Quiz 2 Question 1 The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate Question 2 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell: Question 3 Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need Question 4 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells Question 5 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by Question 6 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed: Question 7 What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches? Question 8 Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called: Question 9 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses? Question 10 It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because Question 11 A phospholipid is made up of: Question 12 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory? Question 13 Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme Question 14 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms. Question 15 In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________. Question 16 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains Question 17 Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it Question 18 ________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place. Question 19 The function of glycogen is to Question 20 The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have Question 21 Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.) Question 22 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to Question 23 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 24 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found Question 25 In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________. Question 1 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 2 A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms. Question 3 Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as Question 4 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is Question 5 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory? Question 6 The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have Question 7 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms. Question 8 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by Question 9 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic? Question 10 A large polymeric molecule that is nonpolar over most of its structure but very polar at one end: Question 11 Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found Question 12 Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells. Question 13 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells Question 14 Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need...
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