ultimate final

  1. 1) which cells produce antibodies?



    D)
  2. 2) digestive orga that is responsible for re-absorption of water and the concentration of food residues:




    E)
  3. 3) mesophyll consists of :



    D)
  4. 4) stem cells are unique because ;


    B)
  5. 5)……is aspecialized connective tissue that conatis chondrocytes



    C)
  6. 6) the revegation of the area that was burnt by recent fires is an example of



    B)
  7. 7) Of the following four islands, the one possessing the most species is :



    B)
  8. 8)which of the following is not a type of symbiosis?



    D)
  9. 9) the interaction in which one species benefits and the second species is neither harmed nor benefited is




    B)
  10. 10) memory cells are …that functions in …



    C)
  11. 11) which ABO blood type is known as the universal donor?



    D)
  12. 12) mRNA is produced by



    B)
  13. 13) the brown headed cowbird is an example of a :



    C)
  14. 14) which of the following are prokaryotes



    B)
  15. 15) enzymes




    E)
  16. 16) one species DNA differs from others in its



    C)
  17. 17) plant cells but not animal cell have





    E)
  18. 18) if a solution outside of a cell contains a greater concentration than the contents of the cell the solution is said to be



    B)
  19. 19)if tracheid cells in a plant become blocked the plant will experience difficulty in



    B)
  20. 20) lateral roots are the product of the





    C)
  21. 21) Victoria crowned pegion eats large fruits. The seed in the fruit pass undamaged through the pegion’s gut and are dispersed to new areas. How would you describe the interaction between the species?

    a) Parasistism
    b) Mutualism
    c) Commensalism
    d) predation
    B
  22. 22) Totipotent cells come from:




    B)
  23. 23) pluripotent cells are derived from the inner cell mass of the :



    B)
  24. 24) Which of the blood components below contains the oxygen-transporting protein hemoglobin?



    B)
  25. 25) which are the factors known to affect stem cells?



    D)
  26. 26) which of the following is not a requirement of all living things





    D)
  27. 27) which of the following fixes nitrogen?



    C)
  28. 28) immunoglobulins designated… is present in breast milk.



    C)
  29. 29) …are barriers to pathogens at body surfaces



    D)
  30. 30) …are molecules that macrophages recognize as self and will not elicit an immune response



    C)
  31. 31) macrophages are derived from …



    D)
  32. 32) immunoglobulins designated …is involved in allergic reactions



    C)
  33. 33) which cells pproduce and secrete histamine?



    B)
  34. 34) which cells are the main target of HIV infection?



    D)
  35. 35) offspring of a cross AA x aa are:



    A)
  36. 36) the loading of mRNA onto an intact ribosome occurs during
    a) Transcription
    b) Translation
    c) Transcript processing
    d) None of the above
    B
  37. 37) four of the five answers listed below are functions of the digestive organs. Select the exception




    A)
  38. 38) digestion is completed and most nutrients are absorbed in the:



    D)
  39. 39) which of the following is involved in lipid digestion?



    A)
  40. 40) which of the following is not a component of plasma



    B)
  41. 41) which of the following molecules digests proteins?



    A)
  42. 42) the phenotype of an organism



    D)
  43. 43)mRNA ‘AUGUAUUCCUUAAGAUGA’
    For how many amino acids does the above mRNA code?



    C)
  44. 44) the RNA molecule is
    a) a double helix
    b) single stranded
    c) double stranded
    d) none of the above
    B
  45. 45) DNA replication results in



    B)
  46. 46)two species in the same habitat can coexist when they



    D)
  47. 47)a heat sensitive neuron in your skin is an example of a



    A)
  48. 48) a _ occurs when many members of a population die and only a few are left by chance , to replenish the numbers in that population



    A)
  49. 49) Albinism is uncommon in the united states but affects 1/200 Hopi Indians. A contributing factor for this increase is :



    B)
  50. 50) chromosomes are duplicated in;
    e) Prophase
    f) The G1 stage of interphase
    g) The S stage of interphase
    h) The G2 stage of interphase
    C
  51. 51) crossing over



    D)
  52. 52) oxygen is formed during :



    A)
  53. 53) atoms gain or lose electrons to form



    C)
  54. 54) loss of a protein’s normal 3-D shape because of temperatures or changes in pH is called :



    B)
  55. 55) Stomata are responsible for:




    E)
  56. 56) smartweed, Indian mallow and bristly fox are weeds which can coexist in the same field as a result of



    C)
  57. 57) complete digestion of proteins results in



    B)
  58. 58)forces that change allele frequencies includea)natural selection
    b)migration
    c)genetic drift
    d)mutation
    e)all of the above
    E
  59. 59)the stringy cells in celery are which cells?



    C)
  60. True Or False 60)allelopathy is a type of exploitative competition
    F
  61. True Or False 61) in exergonic reactions energy is released
    T
  62. True Or False 62) light- independent stage of photosynthesis takes place in the grana
    F
  63. True Or False 63)CO2is releasd during krebs (citric acid) cycle
    T
  64. True Or False 64)the enzyme used during transcription is DNA polymerase
    F
  65. True Or False 65)a fertilized egg is tot potent
    T
  66. True Or False 66)pioneer species are opportunistic colonizer of vacant or newly vacated places
    F
  67. True Or False 67)in animal cells, cytoplasmic division is done by furrowing
    T
  68. True Or False 68)if a population migrates and picks up new individuals, allele frequencies can change
    T
  69. True Or False 69)founder effect and bottle neck are both examples of genetic drift
    T
  70. True Or False 70)in a condensation reaction, small molecule come together to make a large molecule
    T
  71. True Or False 71)Mycorrhizae is an example of mutualism
    T
  72. True Or False 72) a germinated dicot seed develops only one cotyledon
    F
  73. True Or False 73) in negative feedback the stimuli are intensified several folds before homeostasis resumed
    F
  74. True Or False 74)the purpose of therapeutic cloning is to clone humans
    F
  75. True Or False 75)humans have open circulatory system.
    F
  76. True Or False 76. Eosinophilsare the most abundant type of leukocytes in the blood
    F
  77. True Or False 77. IgG can cross the placenta
    T
  78. True Or False 78. Effector helper T-cells are needed for antibody mediated immune response
    T
  79. 79. Bone marrow transplant is an example of adult stem cell-based therapy
    T
  80. True Or False 80. Inflammation is a non-specific immune response
    T
  81. True Or False 81. Decomposers include certain bacteria and fungi
    T
  82. True Or False 82. In dicots, vascular bandles forma ring in ground tissue
    T
  83. True Or False 83. Dermal tissue in plants includes companion cells
    T
  84. True Or False 84. Vitamin K is synthesized by resident bacteria in the human duodenum
    F
  85. True Or False 85. Sexual reproduction resulstin offspring that are genetically identical to the parent
    F
  86. True Or False 86. Smallscale shifts in allele frequencies is the defining characteristic of microevolution
    T
  87. True Or False 87. Glucose is formed in the light dependent stage of photosynthesis
    F
  88. True Or False 88. Parenchyma is dermal tissue
    F
  89. True Or False 89. In competitive exclusion, the complete competitors coexist indefinitely
    F
  90. True Or False 90. Salivary amylase is a lipid digesting enzyme
    F
  91. True Or False 91. Random alignment of the homologous chromosomes happens at metaphase 1
    T
  92. True Or False 92. Mitosis and cytokinesis give rise to two clones(genetically identical cells)
    T
  93. True Or False 93. Sister-chromatids are lined up at the equator of the spindle at metaphase stage of mitosis
    T
  94. True Or False 94. Biodiversity tends to be higher towards the polar regions and lower in the tropics
    F
  95. True Or False 95. Digestion of carbohydrates starts in the mouth
    T
  96. True Or False 96. Lice are endoparasites
    F
  97. True Or False 97. Mistletoe is an example of a hemiparasite
    T
  98. True Or False 98. The function of simple squamous is diffusion
    T
  99. True Or False 99. A community and its physical and chemical environment constitute an ecosystem
    T
  100. True Or False 100. Cork cambium is a lateral meristem
    T
  101. True Or False 101. The starting molecule in glycolysis is pyruvate
    F
  102. True Or False102. Morula is a solid ball of cells
    T
  103. True Or False 103. Embryonic stem cells are multipotent
    F
  104. True Or False 104. Nervous system is derived from ectoderm
    F
  105. True Or False 105. One function of the root system is photosynthesis
    F
  106. True Or False 106. Pink snapdragon is an example of co-dominance
    F
  107. True Or False 107. Adipose tissue cells are filled with lipids
    T
  108. True Or False 108. Collagen and clastin are typically found in connective tissue
    T
  109. True Or False 109. There are two nuclear divisions in mitosis and one nuclear division on meiosis
    F
  110. True Or False 110. A human primary oocyte can give rise to only one viable egg
    T
  111. True Or False 111. Phospholipids contain a hydrophobic head and two hydrophilic tails.
    F
  112. True Or False 112. In a polar covalent bond, electrons are equally shared.
    F
  113. True Or False 113. Neutrons are negatively charged
    F
  114. True Or False 114. Flatworms have a complete digestive system
    F
  115. True Or False 115. A homozygote has a pair of identical alleles whereas a heterozygote has a pair of non identical alleles
    T
  116. True Or False 116)T cell lymphocytes originate and mature in the bone marrow
    F
  117. True Or False 117)krebs cycle of aerobic transpiration takes place in the cytoplasm
    F
  118. True Or False 118)gas exchange takes place in the alveoli
    T
  119. True Or False119)cystic fibrosis is an x linked disorder
    F
  120. 120) ethylyne


    a)promotes plant growth

    b)inhibits plant growth

    c)is produced in the root

    d)promotes fruit ripening
    d)promotes fruit ripening
  121. 121) abscisic acid ABA



    a)promotes plant growth

    b)inhibits plant growth

    c)is produced in the root

    d)promotes fruit ripening
    b)inhibits plant growth
  122. 122)auxin


    a)promotes plant growth

    b)inhibits plant growth

    c)is produced in the root

    d)promotes fruit ripening
    a)promotes plant growth
  123. 123)a fetus can produce this type of antibody


    a)helper T –cells

    b)IgM

    c)IgA

    d)IgG
    e) cytotoxic T cells
    b)IgM
  124. 124)release perforins



    a)helper T –cells

    b)IgM

    c)IgA

    d)IgG
    e) cytotoxic T cells
    e) cytotoxic T cells
  125. 125)this tissue in plant conducts sugars


    a) phloem

    b)apical meristem

    c)xylem

    d)lateralmmeristem

    e)endoderm
    a) phloem
  126. 126)source of secondary growth girthwise


    a) phloem

    b)apical meristem

    c)xylem

    d)lateralmmeristem

    e)endoderm
    d)lateralmmeristem
  127. 127)building blocks of carbohydrates



    a)smooth ER

    b)monosaccharides

    c)golgi bodies

    d)amino acids

    e)rough ER
    b)monosaccharides
  128. 128)synthesis of proteins takes place in



    a)smooth ER

    b)monosaccharides

    c)golgi bodies

    d)amino acids

    e)rough ER
    e)rough ER
  129. 129)building blocks of proteins



    a)smooth ER

    b)monosaccharides

    c)golgi bodies

    d)amino acids

    e)rough ER
    d)amino acids
  130. 130)modify, sort, package & ship proteins and lipids



    a)smooth ER

    b)monosaccharides

    c)golgi bodies

    d)amino acids

    e)rough ER
    c)golgi bodies
  131. 131) –down’s syndrome


    a)cri-du-chat

    b)individual has three of chromosome number 21

    c)autosomal recessive disorder

    d)individual has XYY genotype

    e)individual has XXY genotype
    b)individual has three of chromosome number 21
  132. 132)klinefelter syndrome


    a)cri-du-chat

    b)individual has three of chromosome number 21

    c)autosomal recessive disorder

    d)individual has XYY genotype

    e)individual has XXY genotype
    e)individual has XXY genotype
  133. A133)deletion



    a)cri-du-chat

    b)individual has three of chromosome number 21

    c)autosomal recessive disorder

    d)individual has XYY genotype

    e)individual has XXY genotype
    a)cri-du-chat
  134. 134) elongation

    A) Replication starts

    B)The first tRNA carrying mechanism ribosome and mRNA

    C)mRNA is modified

    D)a stop codon is reached

    E)tRNA molecules carrying amino acid add to the growing polypeptide chain.
    e) tRNA molecules carrying amino acid add to the growing polypeptide chain.
  135. 135 DNA polymerase


    A) joins Okazaki fragments seals small gaps

    B)unwinding enzyme

    C) stabilize the single stranded DNA & Keep the strands apart

    D)adds DNA nucleotids to the primer to build the new strand

    E)rewinding enzyme
    d) adds DNA nucleotids to the primer to build the
  136. 136 ligase
    A) joins Okazaki fragments seals small gaps

    B)unwinding enzyme

    C) stabilize the single stranded DNA & Keep the strands apart

    D)adds DNA nucleotids to the primer to build the new strand

    E)rewinding enzyme
    a) joins Okazaki fragments seals small gaps
  137. 137 helicase

    A) joins Okazaki fragments seals small gaps

    B)unwinding enzyme

    C) stabilize the single stranded DNA & Keep the strands apart

    D)adds DNA nucleotids to the primer to build the new strand

    E)rewinding enzyme
    b) unwinding enzyme
  138. 138) left ventricle


    A)Slower than normal heart rate

    B)Pumps blood to the body

    C)Receives blood from the lungs

    D) A faster than normal heart rate

    E) Receives blood from the body
    b) Pumps blood to the body
  139. 139)bradycardia

    A)Slower than normal heart rate

    B)Pumps blood to the body

    C)Receives blood from the lungs

    D) A faster than normal heart rate

    E) Receives blood from the body
    a) Slower than normal heart rate
  140. 140) right atrium


    A)Slower than normal heart rate

    B)Pumps blood to the body

    C)Receives blood from the lungs

    D) A faster than normal heart rate

    E) Receives blood from the body
    e) Receives blood from the body
  141. 141) … have fibrous root system






    A) Monocots
  142. 142) …this primary meristem gives rise to vascular tissue in pplants






    B) procambium
  143. 143) …have net like leaf veins






    B) Dicots
  144. 144) this organ produces ble salts






    B) liver
  145. 145) the relationship between the yucca plant and the yucca moth is an example of





    E) obligatory mutualism
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