Wold_Final Exam.docx - 1 BIOLOGY 101 Fall 2017 FINAL EXAMINATION Please copy and paste the final examination into a Word file Complete it in this

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1 BIOLOGY 101 Fall 2017 FINAL EXAMINATION Please copy and paste the final examination into a Word file. Complete it in this format (do not make any structural changes! ) and submit it as an attachment into your Assignment Folder . Do not forget to put your name on the exam! The absolute deadline for submission is Sunday, November 26, 12 noon ET . I cannot accept any later submissions. YOUR NAME:Crystal G. Wold_______________________________________________________________Total possible points: 100 I. Multiple choice questions. Please bold or underline the correct answer (1point each=50 points) 1. During the process of cellular respiration, which is the final acceptor for electrons at the end of the electron chain? A. OxygenB. CarbonC.Carbon dioxideD. HydrogenE. Water 2. Suppose you conduct an experiment which simulates glacial recession over time. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? 3. Macromolecules of living things on Earth are based on which element? 4. The effectiveness of a medication containing growth hormones is tested on a group of young male rabbits 3 weeks of age. The best control group would be:
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2 5. The temperature optimum for an enzyme is 37oC. What will most likely happen if you increasethe temperature from 37oC to 50oC? A.The enzyme activity will not be affectedB.The enzyme activity will increaseC.The enzyme activity will decreaseD.The pH will increaseE. A. and D. only 6. Which of the following structures can be found together in eukaryotic cells? 7. Which of the following reactions or pathways is catabolic? 8. One human disease is caused by a change in the DNA from GAA to GUA. This change is an example of:
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