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Biology Jeopardy 10 20 30 40 10 20 30 40 10 20 30 40 40 > > 10 20 30 Subcellular Subcellular Critters Critters Graphs Graphs Mendel’s Mendel’s World World 10 20 30 40 Micro-world Micro-world
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Which characteristic of prokaryotic organisms makes them different from eukaryotes? A) Prokaryotic cells do not have membrane-bound organelles. B) Prokaryotes do not have chromosomes. C) Prokaryotes are made of cells. D) Prokaryotes have DNA. What is What is A A ? ?
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What is What is A A ? ? Enzymes only work with specific substrates because each substrate- A) has a specific activation site for enzyme attachment B) can only use a specific ionic bond with the enzyme C) destroys its specific enzyme D) actively interferes with other substrates around it
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What is What is D D ? ? Which of these could be successfully treated with antibiotics? A) Common Cold B) Influenza C) HIV D) Strep throat
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What is What is A A ? ? Proteins are formed from monomers (subunits) called- A) amino acids B) fatty acids C) nucleic acids D) nucleotides
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What is What is A A ? ? In order to maintain homeostasis, it is most important for an animal to be able to- A) respond to its environment B) hide from its predators C) increase its prey population D) change its habitat
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What is What is D D ? ? Which skull belongs to a herbivore? A) A) B) B) C) C) D) D)
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What is What is D D ? ? Which bird’s foot is best adapted to flying into a region and picking up prey? A) A) B) B) C) C) D) D)
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What is What is D D ? ? Richard was observing black swallowtail butterflies in the field. Which one of these is an observation he made about a black swallowtail butterfly? A) The black swallowtail is closely related to the spicebush swallowtail. B) The black swallowtail belongs to the class Insecta. C) The black swallowtail likes to fly more than anything else. D) The black swallowtail laid its eggs on a parsley plant
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What is What is B B ? ? The process of meiosis and fertilization help ensure the survival of the species by providing each generation with the same number of- A) body cells B) chromosomes C) offspring D) gametes
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What is What is C C ? ? Which of the following best explains why a student researching genetics should use the most recent textbooks available? A)
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Harmon during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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