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SUMMER 2010 - BIO 1161 - QUIZ 3

SUMMER 2010 - BIO 1161 - QUIZ 3 - Name M 1 game 6 TA Monday...

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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 parfocal . 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 b. Increases 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 following? . Rod-shaped Star-shaped 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 Passive 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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