REA Online Practice Biology (20)

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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 AP Biology Practice Test 1. Hydrolysis of lipid molecules yields: A. amino acids and water B. amino acids and glucose C. fatty acids and glycerol D. glucose and glycerol E. glycerol and water 2. The majority of ATP molecules derived from nutrient metabolism are generated by (the): A. anaerobic fermentation and glycolysis B. fermentation and electron transport chain C. glycolysis and substrate phosphorylation D. Krebs cycle and electron transport chain E. substrate phosphorylation 3. The Mendelian law that describes the behavior of two or more gene pairs is the law of: A. codominance B. dominance C. independent assortment D. segregation of genes E. recombination 4. The largest number of known species is represented by the phylum: A. Arthropoda B. Annelida C. Echinodermata D. Platyhelminthes E. Porifera 5. Graded variations in a species trait over a geographic distribution is a(n): A. cline B. genus C. inbreeding D. mutation E. polymorphism 6. A person receives the results of a hematocrit during a series of blood tests. A hematocrit is the: A. abundance of white blood cells in blood B. concentration of sugar in the blood C. level of circulating antibodies D. percentage of blood cellular material by volume E. typing of the blood by the ABO scheme 7.An insect is captured and studied in a laboratory. This insect has a pair of short, rigid wings, and a pair of thin veined wings. A. Diptera B. Hemiptera C. Homoptera D. Lepidoptera E. Orthoptera 8. summation Sheet1 Page 2 A. a short, individual contraction and relaxation B. a sustained maximal response C. an accumulation of an abundance of lactic acid D. the merging of separate responses into a powerful output E. tonic activity, as occurring in muscle tone 9. tetanus A. a short, individual contraction and relaxation B. a sustained maximal response C. an accumulation of an abundance of lactic acid D. the merging of separate responses into a powerful output E. tonic activity, as occurring in muscle tone Questions 10 - 13 refer to the organelles of a cell and their function(s). 10. centriole A. site of mRNA translation B. contains a circular arrangement of 18 microtubules that surround 2 microtubules C. contains a circular arrangement of 27 microtubules D. site of rRNA synthesis E. contains a circular arrangement of nine microtubules surrounding two microtubules 11. cilium A. site of mRNA translation B. contains a circular arrangement of 18 microtubules that surround 2 microtubules C. contains a circular arrangement of 27 microtubules D. site of rRNA synthesis E. contains a circular arrangement of nine microtubules surrounding two microtubules 12. nucleolus A. site of mRNA translation B. contains a circular arrangement of 18 microtubules that surround 2 microtubules C. contains a circular arrangement of 27 microtubules D. site of rRNA synthesis E. contains a circular arrangement of nine microtubules surrounding two microtubules 13. ribosome A. site of mRNA translation B. contains a circular arrangement of 18 microtubules that surround 2 microtubulesB....
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