Biology

QUESTION 1

Out of many possible types of fermentation processes, two of the most common types are ___________________fermentation and alcohol fermentation.

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H2O

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calcium

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CO2

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D.

lactic acid

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E.

glyceraldehydes

QUESTION 2

The Krebs cycle is also known as the ______________________________________,

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Uni Cycle

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B.

Astro Cycle

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C.

Citric Acid Cycle

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D.

Cell Cycle

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E.

Calvin Cycle

QUESTION 3

The electron transport chain is a system of electron carriers embedded into the inner membrane of a ___________________.

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cytoplasm

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B.

nucleus

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C.

Golgi body

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D.

mitochondrion

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E.

chloroplast

QUESTION 4

There are two important ways a cell can harvest energy from food: ___________________ and cellular respiration.

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fermentation

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B.

photosynthesis

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C.

air exchange

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D.

organelle recycling

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E.

Calvin cycle

QUESTION 5

The “waste” products of alcohol fermentation are ethanol and ___________________.

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ATP

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B.

H2O

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C.

O2

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D.

CO2

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E.

RNA

QUESTION 6

In glycolysis, a total of four molecules of ___________________ are produced, but two are used up in other steps in the process.

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H2O

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B.

glucose

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C.

RNA

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D.

G3P

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E.

ATP

QUESTION 7

In eukaryotes, the Krebs Cycle and Electron Transport Chain occur within the ___________________.

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nucleus

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B.

mitochondrion

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C.

cytoplasm

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D.

Golgi body

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E.

chloroplast

QUESTION 8

The process of glycolysis is the breakdown or splitting of glucose (6 carbons) into two 3-carbon molecules called ___________________.

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G3P

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B.

ATP

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C.

ribose

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D.

pyruvic acid

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E.

deoxyribose

QUESTION 9

Glycolysis is probably the oldest known way of producing __________.

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A.

glucose

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B.

chlorophyll

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C.

O2

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D.

ATP

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E.

cellulose

QUESTION 10

Many of the compounds that make up the electron transport chain belong to a special group of chemicals called ___________________.

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A.

glyceraldehydes

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B.

cytochromes

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C.

phytochromes

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D.

grana

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E.

thylakoids

QUESTION 11

The normal number of human chromosomes found within a cell

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A.

23

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B.

46

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C.

52

QUESTION 12

Femaleness is determined by the following chromosomal make-up

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A.

XX

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B.

XY

QUESTION 13

Which of the following best describes a karyotype?

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A.

a sing-along device used at parties

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B.

type of alphabetic printing font

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C.

an ordered display of individual’s chromosomes

QUESTION 14

Which chromosomal disease did your individual possess?

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A.

Cri du Chat

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B.

Down Syndrome

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C.

Edwards Syndrome

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D.

Fragile X Syndrome

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E.

Kleinfleter Syndrome

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F.

Patau Syndrome

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G.

Turner Syndrome

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H.

Trisomy X Syndrome

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I.

XYY Syndrome

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J.

None. Mine was normal.

QUESTION 15

A karyotype can be established during which phase of mitosis

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Prophase

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B.

Telophase

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C.

Interphase

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D.

Anaphase

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E.

Metaphase

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QUESTION 1

How were you able to correctly determine which baby belonged to which set of parents?

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A.

by determining the blood type of each of the babies and matching those to the parents

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B.

none of the baby girls matched correctly with any of the sets of parents

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C.

by matching each baby girl’s hair color to that of each set of parents

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D.

by matching the chromosomal bands in each baby’s DNA profile with that of each set of parents

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E.

by measuring the fragment size of each chromosome

QUESTION 2

Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Greene?

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A.

Baby girl 1

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B.

Baby girl 2

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C.

Baby girl 3

QUESTION 3

Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Hall?

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A.

Baby girl 1

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B.

Baby girl 2

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C.

Baby girl 3

QUESTION 4

Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Sanders?

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A.

Baby girl 1

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B.

Baby girl 2

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C.

Baby girl 3

QUESTION 1

1. The end of this phase is marked by the alignment of the chromosomes on the equatorial plane of the cell.

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Interphase

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B.

Prophase

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C.

Metaphase

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D.

Anaphase

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E.

Telophase

QUESTION 2

The separated “daughter” chromatids are pulled by their centromere along the spindle fibers toward opposite poles of the cell.

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Interphase

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B.

Prophase

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Metaphase

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D.

Anaphase

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E.

Telophase

QUESTION 3

No visible evidence of DNA replication; the nucleus usually appears granular

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Interphase

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B.

Prophase

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C.

Metaphase

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D.

Anaphase

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E.

Telophase

QUESTION 4

Nuclear membranes begin to reform. The chromatids decondense and reform the chromatin within the nucleus. The nucleoli reappear.

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Interphase

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B.

Prophase

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C.

Metaphase

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D.

Anaphase

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E.

Telophase

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