Unformatted text preview: Name: M 1. game 6 TA: Monday, June 14‘“, 2010. BIOL 1161: INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
Quiz #3 Lab 4, Lab 5 & Lab 6 (90%) and reading on Lab 8 (10%) ULTIPLE CHOICE: (2.5 pts/ea) When an object is in focus at 4X magniﬁcation and
can be changed without the objective lenses
completely losing focus, the microscope is:
a. unifocal multifocal
. confocal The total magniﬁcation using an ocular magniﬁcation of 10X and an objective lens of 56X is: a. 56OOX
b. 5.6X @560x
d. 0.56X In the compound light microscope, as the
magniﬁcation increases the ﬁeld of View:
a. Becomes deeper
c. Becomes shallower Decreases The I ' diaphragm in a microscope is used to:
g Adjust the amount of light Adjust the angle of light
Focus the light g Adjust the color of the light Res ving power is: a two) b. The ability to see two points as one
c. The ability to resolve optical images
d. The ability to see one point as many Which ofthe following is a property ofeukaryotes?
a. They are mostly bacteria b. They don’t have DNA
0. They have a nucleus TRUE OR FALSE: (2 pts/ea) ”713.: 14. S Before removing a slide the microscope stage has to be lowered. 15 16. :P 17. 18. 19 20. 21
22 All cells have internal structures that move. . E Prokaryotes are generally larger than Eukaryotes.
? Prokaryotes store there DNA in a nucleolus. m es W‘l’ MM All cells are attached to other cells. 7 The ability to reveal detail (two points as 10. ll. 12. d. They don’t have golgi complexes Morphologically bacteria are not which of the
c. Spiral shaped
d. Round Prokaryotes are generally:
a. Larger than eukaryotes
b Originated after eukaryotes Q Single celled organisms
d. More complex than eukaryotes Th -. ction of mitochondria is: QPOVW V100 Se
a cellular respiration.
. intracellular transport of proteins. c. lipid synthesis.
(:1. photosynthesis. The function of chloroplasts is: green _7
a. cellular respiration. ' b. intracellular transport of proteins. @ photosynthesis. . intracellular digestion. Diffusion is an example of which transport
mechanism: a. Down transport
b. Decreasing transport . Active transport
Osmosis can be deﬁned as:
the diffusion of nonpolar molecules. the diffusion of water. c. active transport.
(1. the diffusion ofa solute. valf/US Lysosomes are organelles involved in the synthesis of proteins from recycled amino acids. . E The Golgi apparatus is involved in modifying proteins that will be secreted . I All cells have DNA as their genetic material. ? Plant cell walls protect plant cells by forming an impermeable layer around the cell. . l , Plant cell walls are made of-pelﬁeeglgcanl Se e A ...
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