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Biology 1001 Exam 1 Study Guide Chapter 1 & 2 1. Which of the following is/are characteristic of living organisms? a. Organized structure b. Responsiveness to stimuli c. Maintenance of homeostasis d. b and c are correct e. a, b, and c are correct 2. Which of the following is true of ALL organisms? 3. You drink a glass of lemonade, but your body's pH does not change. This is an example of how organisms: 4. Which of the following represents the lowest level of organization in the group? 5. What is metabolism? a. The consumption of energy. b. The release of energy. c. The sum of all chemical reactions taking place in an organism. d. The production of heat by chemical reactions. e. The exchange of nutrients and waste products with the environment. 6. Which correctly indicates the sequence of increasing organization? 7. Humans born without sweat glands usually do not survive. Why not?
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8. An organism's ability to maintain internal stability when the external environment changes is termed: 9. Which of these is an organism? a. oak tree b. beetle c. dog d. bacterium e. all of these 10. The sum total of the chemical activity at the cellular level which enables an organism to meet its nutrient and energy demands is termed: 11. Using his antennae, the male moth finds female moths by following a trail of airborne chemicals, called pheromones, upwind to the female producing them. This is an example of how living things...
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