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This chapter has 50 questions. Scroll down to see and select individual questions or narrow the list using the checkboxes below. 0 questions at random and keep in order Multiple Choice Questions - (38) Section: 01.02 - (2) True/False Questions - (12) Section: 01.03 - (6) Odd Numbered - (25) Section: 01.04 - (4) Even Numbered - (25) Section: 01.05 - (4) Blooms Level: 1. Remember - (20) Section: 01.06 - (13) Blooms Level: 2. Understand - (16) Section: 01.07 - (6) Blooms Level: 3. Apply - (3) Section: 01.08 - (9) Blooms Level: 4. Analyze - (10) Section: 01.09 - (5) Blooms Level: 5. Evaluate - (1) Section: 01.10 - (2) Gradable: automatic - (50) Topic: Animal Diversity - (4) Learning Outcome: 01.01.01 Describe the four steps of the scientific method. - (2) Topic: Animal Reproduction - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.01.02 Analyze the five basic theories of biology. - (3) Topic: Bacteria and Archaea - (2) Learning Outcome: 01.02.01 Analyze a scientific experiment and identify the test and control groups. - (3) Topic: Behavioral Ecology - (3) Learning Outcome: 01.03.01 Identify two major principles of the cell theory. - (4) Topic: Biological Principles - (18) Learning Outcome: 01.03.02 Recognize that cells reproduce and use materials and energy to stay alive. - (4) Topic: Biomes and Ecosystems - (8) Learning Outcome: 01.04.01 Restate the gene theory in your own words. - (4) Topic: Biotechnology - (3) Learning Outcome: 01.04.02 Identify several applications of DNA technology. - (1) Topic: Body Orientation and Tissues - (2) Learning Outcome: 01.05.01 Explain the theory of homeostasis. - (2) Topic: Cell Structure - (5) Learning Outcome: 01.05.02 Analyze the relationship between homeostasis and response to a stimulus. - (2) Topic: Community Ecology - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.06.01 Discuss the theory of ecosystems and how ecosystems function. - (11) Topic: DNA Replication - (2) Learning Outcome: 01.06.02 Identify various ways humans threaten the existence of ecosystems such as tropical rain forests and coral reefs. - (3) Topic: Evolution-Darwin - (2) Learning Outcome: 01.07.01 Relate the theory of evolution to common descent and categorize the data that support this concept. - (3) Topic: Evolution- Speciation - (6) Learning Outcome: 01.07.02 Determine how the branching pattern of an evolutionary tree indicates evolutionary relationships. - (3) Topic: General - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.08.01 List the major categories of classification starting with the least inclusive category. - (5) Topic: Homeostasis - (4) Learning Outcome: 01.08.02 Identify the evolutionary relationship of the domains Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya. - (3) Topic: Photosynthesis - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.08.03 Recognize the scientific name of organisms and classify organisms to the same extent as in this section. - (1) Topic: Plant Diversity - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.09.01 Explain how the process of natural selection allows a species to become adapted to its environment. - (5) Topic: Plant Form and Function - (2) Learning Outcome: 01.10.01 Use the concept of common descent to explain why organisms. - (1) Topic: Plant Growth Responses - (1) Learning Outcome: 01.10.02 Identify the basic characteristics of life. - (2) Topic: Population Ecology - (4) Section: 01.01 - (6) 1. The main purpose of the queen fire ant is to find food.
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