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NAME ____________________ BSC2010 Biology 1 - Examination #1 Dr. Jack Gartner SAMPLE Section I. Multiple Choice . Select the letter of the most appropriate response to each question. (50 points total). 1. All of the following are properties of water except a. it is a powerful solute b. it is densest just before it becomes a solid c. it has a high surface tension d. it can dissociate and reform 2. You are reading an article on biomolecules and come across a sentence about the enantiomer of one of the molecules. What does this word tell you about the molecule? a. It is large and built up of repeating smaller molecules. b. It has a “mirror image” twin formed of the same atoms and elements. c. It is the smallest structural unit of the molecule. d. It is unstable and releases dangerous amounts of energy. 3. There is a huge variety of different living organisms on the planet today. We refer to this wide variety as a. ecology b. bioinformatics c. classification d. biodiversity 4. Which of the following is not a reason for the abundance of N, O C and H in biomolecules? a. They form unbreakable bonds b. They can readily form gases c. They can dissolve in water d. They easily bond with themselves and each other 5. What is the result of a condensation reaction for any biomolecule? a. It turns from solid to liquid state b. It causes water to leave the cell c. It becomes larger and releases water d. Its molecular shape changes from a linear shape to a ring 6. Atoms of the same element that differ in the number of neutrons they possess are referred to as a. isomers b. isotoners c. isosceles d. isotopes 7. All of the following organelles are associated with the cell’s endomembrane system except a. Golgi bodies b. centrioles c. lysosomes d. vacuoles 8. Each of the elements list below has its atomic number in parenthesis after its name. Which of them
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would form a cation in a chemical reaction? a.
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