science quarterly test review

  1. If rainforests are destroyed, the amount of ____ decreases.

    b. carbon dioxide
    c. oxygen
  2. During the process of photosynthesis, sunlight (energy) is transfered into what kind of energy?

    a.nuclear energy in sugar molecules
    b.chemical energy in sugar molecules
    c. electromagnetic energy in sugar molecules
    chemical energy in sugar molecules
  3. Photosynthesis gives us the two products ________

    a.oxygen & sugars
    b.carbon dioxide & sugars
    c. carbon dioxide & water
    oxygen & sugars
  4. What are the raw materials for photosynthesis?

    a.water & glucose
    b.water & carbon dioxide
    c. oxygen & water
    water & carbon dioxide
  5. Plants use sunlight (energy) to make glucose. The process is ________

    c. photosynthesis
  6. Plants use sugar made during photosynthesis as building blocks to make _____
    a.carbon dioxide , fats, & water
    b. carbohydrates, fats, & proteins
    c. carbon monoxide, fats, & proteins
    carbohydrates, fats, & proteins
  7. Plants store food in their seeds, bulbs, and roots, to ________

    a.survive winter
    b. grow
    c. both of the above
    both of the above
  8. The main purpose of carbohydrates in the body is to ______
    a. keep you hydrated
    b. remove wastes from the body
    c. provide energy for your body
    provide energy for your body
  9. Rice, bread, pasta, and potatoes are all common sources of ______

    a. water
    b. carbohydrates
    c. fats
  10. Corn oil, sunflower oil, and olive oil are all sources of what?

    b. carbohydrates
  11. Meat, eggs, fish, and beans are all sources of what?

    a. proteins
    b. fats
    c. carbohydrates
  12. Plant structures such as roots (carrots), tubers (potatoes), and bulbs (onions) contain energy for ______
    a.making water
    b. photosynthesis
    c. other organisms
    other organisms
  13. Cells in all multicellular organisms are specialized to take in nutrients through the process called ______

    b. absorbtion
    c. concentration
  14. The epidermal tissues and conductive tissues in plants, are made up of _____

    a. chloroplasts
    b. specialized cells
    c. organ systems
    specialized cells
  15. Which of the following is arranged from simplest to most complex?

    a.organ system,organ, tissue, cell
    b. cell, organ, tissue, organ system
    c. cell, tissue, organ, organ system
    cell, tissue, organ, organ system
  16. Nerve tissue, muscle tissue, and blood tissues work together to form the heart. The heart is a(n) _____

    a. organ
    b. organism
    c. organ system
  17. The basic unit of structure and function in living things is a(n) ______

    c. cell
  18. What invention made it possible for people to discover and understand cells?

    c. microscope
  19. Carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids are made up of _____

    a. carbon, hydrogen, & water
    b. carbon, oxygen, & carbon dioxide
    c. carbon, hydrogen, & oxygen
    carbon, hydrogen, & oxygen
  20. All cells (both plant & animal) function in a similar way. They all _____
    a. make their own food & remove waste
    b. take in sunlight energy & remove waste
    c. take in food & oxygen, & remove waste
    take in food & oxygen, & remove waste
  21. In order to stay alive, all living things need similar chemicals such as _________

    a.water, carbohydrates, fats, & proteins
    b. carbon dioxide, water, fats, & proteins
    c. proteins, sunlight, water, & fats
    water, carbohydrates, fats, & proteins
  22. Most multicellular organisms grow because of ________

    a. growing a new organism on itself
    b. conjugation
    c. an increase in cell size & cell division
    an increase in cell size & cell division
  23. Unlike unicellular organisms, multicellular organisms ________

    a.have cells that develop into specialized tissue, organs, & organ systems

    b. may reproduce asexually

    c. develop into identical organisms
    have cells that develop into specialized tissue, organs, & organ systems
  24. Which picture could represent the offspring of asexual reproduction?

    a. O O ^
    b. ^ ^ ^
    c. O ^ #
    ^ ^ ^
  25. One advantage of sexual reproduction versus asexual reproduction is that _____

    a. they do not have to find a mate
    b. the offspring are superior
    c. there are variations in the gene pool
    there are variations in the gene pool
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science quarterly test review
review for quarterly test / 7th grade