h phys spring 10--exam 1

h phys spring 10--exam 1 - Name: Trask Zool 2200: Human...

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Name: - 1 - Trask Zool 2200: Human Physiology Exam 1 1/29/10 Section I: Multiple Choice. Answer each of the following questions by choosing the BEST answer and filling in the appropriate circle on the answer sheet provided. (55 points total). 1.) The following is a list of several levels of organization that make up the human body: 1.) tissue 2.) cell 3.) organ 4.) molecule 5.) organism 6.) organ system The correct listing of these levels of organization from the smallest to the largest is: a.) 2,4,1,3,6,5. b.) 4,2,1,6,3,5. c.) 4,2,1,3,6,5. d.) 4,2,3,1,6,5. e.) 6,4,5,2,3,1. 2.) Which of the following is the largest? a.) An atom. b.) A molecule. c.) A proton. d.) A neutron. e.) An electron. 3.) A proton has an electrical charge of: a.) +1. b.) –1. c.) neutral. d.) infinity. 4.) Which of the following statements about atoms is true? a.) They have more protons than electrons. b.) They have more electrons than protons. c.) They are electrically neutral. d.) They have fewer neutrons than they have electrons.
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- 2 - 5.) The chemical bonding behavior of an atom is determined by: a.) the number of protons. b.) the number of neutrons. c.) the number and arrangement of electrons. d.) the size of the atom. e.) the mass of the atom. 6.) When electrons are transferred from one atom to another and the two atoms unite, a.) a covalent bond is formed. b.) an ionic bond is formed. c.) an ion is formed. d.) a hydrogen bond is formed. 7.) The bond between oxygen and hydrogen in a water molecule is a.) a hydrogen bond. b.) a polar covalent bond. c.) a non-polar covalent bond. d.) an ionic bond 8.) Which of the following would be most likely to form bonds in an aqueous solution? a.) Oil and water. b.) Peanut butter and jelly. c.) Triacylglycerol and glycogen. d.) Cholesterol and estrogen. e.) Phospholipids and amino acids. 9.) Elements that have full outer shells of electrons: a.) will form many compounds. b.) will normally form ions. c.) will normally form cations (positively-charged ions). d.) frequently form hydrogen bonds. e.) don’t readily bond with other atoms. 10.) When sucrose (table sugar) is completely dissolved in water, a.) The disaccharide is disassociated into its individual monosaccharides. b.) The disaccharide is disassociated into individual carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms. c.) The individual carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms that make up the disaccharide are separated into individual protons, neutrons and electrons. d.) The crystalline carbohydrate is separated into individual disaccharides. e.) The crystalline carbohydrate is separated into smaller crystalline structures f.) The disaccharide is non-polar, so it does not dissolve in water.
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- 3 - 11.) Which of the following is NOT one of the four classes of biomolecules? a.)
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course ZOO 2200 taught by Professor Barbcrippestrask during the Spring '11 term at Weber.

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