Prelim Questions (lecture 6)

Prelim Questions (lecture 6) - 6.1 The enzymes in laundry...

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6.1 The enzymes in laundry detergent 1) are digestive enzymes 2) are produced by bacteria 3) are modified by genetic engineering 4) are proteins 5) all of the above 6.2 Which of the following approaches has no downside in making sure there is an adequate food supply? 1) Population and Life-style Approach 2) Land Use Approach 3) Chemical Approach 4) Biotechnological Approach 5) none of the above 6.3 Bt toxin 1) is produced by a Bacillus 2) is used by organic farmers 3) has been genetically engineered into corn 4) kills Monarch butterfly larvae 5) all of the above 6.4 __________ is the process where radiant energy is converted into chemical energy. 1) respiration 2) protein synthesis 3) photosynthesis 4) osmosis 5) cytoplasmic streaming 6.5 By staining leaves with iodine, Sachs showed that _________is produced by photosynthesis in the light. 1) starch 2) lipid 3) protein 4) salt 5) all of the above
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6.6 By adding water to a willow tree and watering it for 4 years, van Helmont concluded: 1) water is the major contributor to plant mass 2)
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