PT2 version A - Version:A Fall 2010 Biology 100: Paper Test...

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Version: A Fall 2010 Biology 100: Paper Test 2 Drs. Robert Pozos, Emily Monroe, Kevin Beck, Jane Harrington, Uromi Goodale You must use Scantron form F-289-PARL-L on this test. On the Scantron form, write your name, your class time, and your Red ID. Also bubble-in your Red ID in the "I.D. Number" box. Write your Red ID and your Name on your exam paper. Please do so now! Failure to complete these actions will result in a failing grade on this test. Advice: Answer the easy questions first, then go back and do the hard ones. Read the entire question and all the possible answers before answering. Good luck! When you finish the exam, return both the scantron and your exam paper . Failure to do so will result in a zero. See you on Friday. Please remember there is an E-module due Friday! Name:_________________________________________________________ Red ID:________________________________________________________ 1. Which of these sentences is the best translation of the following sentence: Stem cells differentiate into specialized cells. A. Cells that can become a certain type of tissue will change to become another type of tissue.   B. Immortal cells develop new characteristics that will dictate how they look on the sur   C. A cell with a broader potential changes to a more limited potential.   D. All of these   E. None of these 2. Which statement(s) describes the potential of a stem cell: A. The descendents of a stem cell can be of different cell types.   B. The potential becomes more limited as a cell differentiates.   C. The greater the potential of a stem cell, the less specialized it becomes.   D. All of the above   E. None of the above 3. What is the correct order of the potential of a stem cell, from less to more differentiated: 1 |  Page
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A. Unipotent, multipotent, pluripotent, totipotent   B. Totipotent, pluripotent, multipotent, unipotent   C. Totipotent, multipotent, pluripotent, unipotent   D. Pluripotent, multipotent, totipotent, unipotent   E. None of the above 4. Which statement about a zygote is CORRECT: A. It’s single cell and haploid.   B. It's formed only if the sperm is misformed.   C. It's a multipotent and of interest for stem cell research.   D. It's multi-cellular and pluripotent.   E. None of above 5. The blastocyst is comprised of 2 main components. Which best fits description of the potential of the components? A. The morula is pluripotent and the Inner Cell mass is unipotent.   B. The Inner Cell mass is pluripotent and the morula is unipotent.   C. The Trophoblast is pluripotent and the Inner Cell Mass is unipotent.   D. The Inner Cell Mass is pluripotent and the Trophoblast is unipotent.   E. None of these 6. Which of these sentences is the best translation of the following sentence: Adult Stem cells differentiate into specialized cells. A.
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PT2 version A - Version:A Fall 2010 Biology 100: Paper Test...

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