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Biology 1 Chapter 1

The goal of science To investigate and understand the natural world, to explain events, and use those explanations to make useful predictions Quantitative Expressed as numbers (counts or measurements) Qualitative Descriptive, involce characterics that cant be counted or measured Uniformity Fundamental laws of nature operate same way at all places and times Manipulated variable or […]

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Biology 6

What phrase best describes the process of meiosis Produces haploid gametes A kidney cell is an example of which type of cell Somatic How many chromosomes are in human gamete 23 Which of the following best describes the genetic material of person receives from his or her father 22 autosomes and an X or Y […]

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Mastering Biology: Chapter 2

In the term trace element, the adjective trace means that the element is required in very small amounts. Compared with 31P, the radioactive isotope 32P has one more neutron. The reactivity of an atom arises from the existence of unpaired electrons in the valence shell. Which statement is true of all atoms that are anions? […]

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Biology CH. 12

What would have happened if Avery had added an enzyme that digested all the nucleic acids to the mixtureof heat-killed bacteria, added the mixture to harmeless bacteria, and injected the mixture into mice? The harmless bacteria would not have been transformed, and the mice would have died. What is inside of Bacteriophage? Nucleicacid in what […]

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Freshman Biology Unit 2 Study Guide Part 2

Purpose of Cellular Respiration To produce ATP from sugar Reactants (ingredients) in Cellular Respiration CO2 (carbon dioxide) and sugar Products of Cellular Respiration CO2 (carbon dioxide), H20 (water), and ATP Where in the cell does cellular respiration occur? Mitochondria What types of cells use cellular respiration All types of cells

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AP Biology Ecology Multiple Choice Practice Test

1. Which of the following is NOT true regarding factors that affect the dispersion of organisms in nature? A. Most environmental resources are randomly distributed. B. Biological conditions tend to be non-uniform. C. Dispersal of offspring is often limited or controlled by environmental factors. D. The development of societies in some populations controls distribution. E. […]

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Biology EOC Practice Test

Two parents are both heterozygous for attached earlobes, a simple recessive trait. What percentage of their children can be expected to have attached earlobes? 0% 25% 50% 75% 25% Around 1980, scientists proposed a classification system that set up six kingdoms, including Archaebacteria and Eubacteria. What is a key difference between species in these two […]

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Biology 111 chapter 13

biotechnology is the use, and especially the alteration, of organisms, cells, or biological molecules to produce food, drugs, or other goods Traditional applications of biotechnology include the use of yeast to make bread, beer, and wine, and the selective breeding of animals More modern uses modify the genes directly through genetic engineering. A key tool […]

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AP Biology Chapters 12 and 16

Describe how the three sub-phases of interphase are alike and how they are different. – They are alike in that many of the cell’s metabolic processes occur in all three. – They are different because either the DNA has not replicated (G1), is replicating (S) or has already replicated (G2). The checkpoints are also different […]

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AP Biology Unit 6 Study Guide

Solute Potential -effect of solute concentration -Solute potential (Ψs) = −iCRT -i = number of particles the molecule will make in water -C = Molar concentration -R = Pressure constant = 0.0831 liter bar/mole K -T = Temperature in degrees Kelvin = 273 + °C -pure water at atmospheric pressure has a solute potential of […]

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UMUC Biology 103

An atom is converted into an ion by adding or removing ___________________. electrons :When electrons are added or removed from an atom, the charge of the atom changes and the atom becomes an ion. The positive particle in the atom is the … proton :Protons are positively charged. How many electrons does a neon atom […]

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Honors Biology Final Pratice Questions

Some prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have a cellular structure called a flagella. What is the purpose of the flagella? to propel the cell through liquid What is the function of the eyespot? It detects light, which allows the euglena to obtain energy and make food. Some cells are covered in cilia, which are tiny hair-like […]

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Chapter 11/8 MasterBiology

question A benign and a malignant tumor differ in that _____. answer cells of a benign tumor remain within the tumor, whereas cells of a malignant tumor can spread to other body tissues question A benign tumor differs from a malignant tumor in that a benign tumor answer does not metastasize question _____ is a […]

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Biology Ch. 18

question The role of a metabolite that controls a repressible operon is to A) bind to the promoter region and decrease the affinity of RNA polymerase for the promoter. B) bind to the operator region and block the attachment of RNA polymerase to the promoter. C) increase the production of inactive repressor proteins. D) bind […]

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Biology Chapter 12

question The centromere is a region in which A) chromatids remain attached to one another until anaphase. B) metaphase chromosomes become aligned at the metaphase plate. C) chromosomes are grouped during telophase. D) the nucleus is located prior to mitosis. E) new spindle microtubules form at either end. answer a question What is a chromatid? […]

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Biology Exam

question Energy moves through food chains from heterotrophs to autotrophs. T or F answer false question Heterotrophs get energy form… answer organic molecules, cellular respiration, and from breaking down food molecules question The process in which plants capture energy and make organic molecules is known as… answer Photosynthesis question Based on the cycle of photosynthesis […]

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Cancer Biology Chapter 3

question Cancer answer – is uncontrolled proliferation and spread of clones of malignantly transformed cells – Macfarlane Burnet in the 1950s proposed the concept of immune surveillance – We have a better understanding of immune surveillance by studying tumors in immuno-compromised experimental animals & humans – Both innate and adaptive immune systems do react against […]

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mastering biology ch1,2,3

question Your baby starts crying. Because she hasn’t eaten in 2 hours, you declare, “The baby must be hungry.” Based on the scientific method, your statement is a(n) __________. answer hypothesis question A fundamental characteristic of life on Earth is that __________. answer living things grow and reproduce question The three natural processes that form […]

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Biology 1620 Exam 4

question Which of the following statements about human evolution is correct? a) Modern humans are the only human species to have evolved on Earth. b) Fossil evidence indicates that early anthropoids were arboreal, and cat-sized. c) The upright posture and enlarged brain of humans evolved simultaneously. d) Human evolution has occurred within an unbranched lineage. […]

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Contemporary Biology Test #2

question When do mutations usually occur? answer When DNA is copied question Which of the following is true about mutations? answer – some harmful mutations can be hidden – most are harmful – occasionally mutations are good question Percent of children with ff genotype from Ff x ff cross answer 25% question Monozygotic (identical) twins […]

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Biology Chapter 20

question Assume that you are trying to insert a gene into a plasmid. Someone gives you a preparation of genomic DNA that has been cut with restriction enzyme X. The gene you wish to insert has sites on both ends for cutting by restriction enzyme Y. You have a plasmid with a single site for […]

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