BIO110_Final.pdf - BIO110 Thursday December 7 2017 Final Exam Name Instructions Please circle the letter next to the correct answer 1 The smallest unit

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Name:_______________________________________Instructions: Please circle the letter next to the correct answer1. The smallest unit of life is the _____?A cellB atomC moleculeD tissue2. The capacity to do work is called _____.A motivationB potentialC energyD metabolism3. _____ refers to the requirement that organisms maintain a relatively constant internal environment.A fluctuationB homeostasisC metabolismD growth and development4. As humans, we are in the considered to be_______?A ArchaeaB BacteriaC EukaryoticD Prokaryotic5. During a dehydration synthesis;A Small molecules are joined and one molecule of water is producedB Small molecules are joined and one molecule of water is neededC Large molecules are broken down and one molecule of water is producedD Large molecules are broken down and one molecule of water is needed6. Hydrolysis reactions are when;A monomers are joinedB polymers are joinedC monomers are broken downD polymers are broken down7. The folding of a protein is important because;A They help form our DNAB They fold to make lipidsC Form follows functionD It makes them solid at room temperature8. Who is credited with inventing the microscope?A Anton van LeeuwenhoekB Robert HookeC Matthias SchleidenD Theodore Schwann9. The _____ is involved in the movement of a prokaryotic cell.A fimbriaeB capsuleC nucleoidD flagellaBIO110 Thursday, December 7, 2017 Final Exam
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10. Oogenesis begins _______.A in the fetusB at birthC at pubertyD in the morning11. Spermatogenesis ends _______.A at birthB at fertilizationC at pubertyD at death12. A fertilized egg is called a _______.
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