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Name: ID Number: 1 Bio E‐65C Final Exam Harvard University Multiple Choice (1 point each) 1) An increase in the size of a body part or the organism is a. Usually accomplished by increasing the number of cells b. Can be caused by an increase in the size of cells c. Occurs because constructive activities occur at a faster rate than destructive ones d. All of the above e. None of the above 2) Negative feedback 3) Lipids a. Contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in a 1:2:1 ratio b. Form essential cellular components and energy reserves c. Include fatty acids and eicosanoids d. All of the above e. None of the above f. A & B g. B & C 4) The primary structure of a protein 5) Desmosomes
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Name: ID Number: 2 6) The three varieties of cartilage are: a. Dense, hyaline and elastic b. White, brown and clear c. Hyaline, elastic and fibrocartilage d. Dense, irregular and adipose 7) Tissue repair 8) Muscle cells 9) Factors that influence the rate of chemical reactions include 10) Selective permeability restricts materials based on: a. Size b. Electrical Charge c. Molecular Shape d. Lipid Solubility e. All of the Above 11) Simple Diffusion
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