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118exam1-fall07 - BIOLOGY 118 EXAM 1 Oct 10 2007 VERSION A...

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BIOLOGY 118 - EXAM 1 Oct. 10, 2007 - VERSION A Mark your name, ID number, & test version (A, B, C, D...) on your answer sheet. You can keep this list of exam questions. You may write on it if you wish. Marking & keeping this test is the only way you will know the answers on your scantron. Each question has only 1 correct answer. Indicate your choice on the answer sheet - scantron. If you need clarification for a question, raise your hand & stay in your seat. If you are stumped by a question, place a mark by it, and return to it later. ATP = adenosine triphosphate LDL = low density lipoprotein ADP = adenosine diphosphate mRNA = messenger RNA BMI = body mass index O 2 = oxygen centrosome = pair of centrioles RNA = ribonucleic acid CO 2 = carbon dioxide rRNA = ribosomal RNA DNA = deoxyribonucleic acid tRNA = transfer RNA HDL = high density lipoprotein rough ER = rough endoplasmic reticulum 1. In graph F, men with _______ estradiol than normal males, are more likely to be Type II diabetics while post-menopausal women with _____ estradiol than normal females, are more likely to be Type II diabetics. a. less - less b. less - more c. more - less d. more - more 2. Which scientific theory is central to all of biological research? a. String b. Evolution c. Relativity d. Gravity 3. In graph B, the small lines above each bar indicate the confidence intervals, that tell you ______ was significantly different from the control. 4. The studies compared in graph F are examples of experiments with ______ controls. a. no b. double-blind c. normal adults as d. children as 5. In graph B, which experimental trial shows an antagonistic interaction? 6. The meta-analysis in graph F compares the results of ____ experimental studies of men & ____ experimental studies of women.
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