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Unregulated reproduction of the diseased blood vessel

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unregulated reproduction of the diseased blood-vessel cells. Which of these processes is themost likely target of these drugs?FCell divisionGErythroblast differentiationHDNA transcriptionJCellular respiration7The outermost layer of plant stems in dicotyledons consists of epidermal cells and guardcells that surround openings called stomata. The epidermal cells are usually covered witha waterproof layer that provides protection from injury and water loss. The stomata allowgas exchange. The epidermal cells and stomata have functions similar to those of which twohuman body systems?ASkeletal and respiratoryBCardiovascular and skeletalCIntegumentary and respiratoryDCardiovascular and integumentary8Carbohydrates are more easily metabolized than lipids. However, on a gram-for-gram basislipids provide cells with moreFnitrogenGproteinsHstructureJenergyPage 193 of 308
9Lord Howe Island is a volcanic island in the Tasman Sea that is about 11 km long and 2.8 kmwide. The island has two species of palm trees,Howea forsterianaand the more abundantHowea belmoreana.The two species do not interbreed even when they grow very close toeach other. Which evolutionary process fails to occur?AGenetic drift ofHowea forsterianaBNatural selection of adaptive traits in both speciesCGene flow between the two speciesDMutations inHowea belmoreana10Dead zones are low-oxygen areas that develop on the seafloor. Scientists hypothesize thatphytoplankton blooms cause these dead zones. Phytoplankton blooms occur when excessnutrients are introduced by pollution from fertilizers, sewage plants, and the burning of fossilfuels. Which of the following would most likely cause an increase in these contributors to deadzones?FRainfall patterns that increase freshwater runoff from terrestrial ecosystemsGReplacing coal-fired power plants with windmillsHFarming practices that reduce nitrate and phosphate applicationsJConstructing efficient water-recovery and treatment plantsPage 194 of 308
11Using a light microscope, a student identified the following characteristics of four organismsfound in a sample of pond water.Pond-Water OrganismsOrganism 1Single-celled, nucleus, large vacuoleOrganism 2Single-celled, no nucleus, cell wallOrganism 3Single-celled, no nucleusOrganism 4Single-celled, nucleusBased on the observations of the student, which organisms most likely belong to thetaxonomic group for bacteria?AOrganisms 1 and 2BOrganisms 3 and 4COrganisms 1 and 4DOrganisms 2 and 312Sexual reproduction in animals depends on the production of gametes. Which of theseprocesses produces gametes in animals?FMitosisGFertilizationHMeiosisJBinary fission13What two human systems work together to provide body cells with a constant supply ofoxygen while removing carbon dioxide waste products?

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