Review Test Submission: Assignment 8
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The main source of energy that drives global climate is:
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Which of the following organisms would occupy a high trophic level?
35.An explanation for a biological process that is substantiated by a large body
of evidence is called (a)
C. systems biology.
36.Collecting data without a specific hypothesis in mind is called
1. The simplest structure shared among all living organisms is the
C. photosynthetic chloroplast.
2. Which of the following is likely NOT a common principle shared among all
12.Which of the following is LEAST likely to be required for the digestion of a
13.Which is the simplest of all levels of organization?
26. Which of the following is LEAST hydrophilic?
B. HCO3C. Oil
D. Amphipathic molecules
27. Amphipathic molecules
A. possess only hydrophilic properties.
B. possess only hydrophobic properties.
C. possess both hydrophilic and hydrophobic pro
1. These are the smallest functional units of matter that form all chemical substances and that cannot
be further broken down by ordinary chemical or physical means.
2. The ato
When grouping organisms, which classification is most specific for a particular type of
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Learning Objective: 01-02-02 Outline how or
40.Concept mapping would best be described as a learning strategy to
A. memorize the details of scientific phenomena.
B. rephrase passages from a text into one's own words.
C. show how all biological processes are ultimately related.
D. relate all biologi
19.Changes in _ represent the predominant cause for biological
B. growth and development
D. genetic makeup
20.A variety of finch species within the Hawaiian Islands have acquired
different types of beaks
24.In the process of biological evolution, new species may evolve through
exchange of genes from one species to another. This process is called
A. proteome transfer.
B. horizontal gene transfer.
C. vertical evolution.
D. vertical descent with mutation.
Learning Objective: 01-02-02 Outline how organisms are classified (taxonomy)
Topic: Unity and Diversity of Life
All genetic mutations are harmful to an organism.
Brooker - Chapter 01 #54
When communities of organisms interact with their physical environment they form a(n)
E. macromolecular community.
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A. are derived from the chemical bonding of two or more atoms.
B. differ in their physical properties from the atoms from which they were derived.
C. are important to biological processes.
D. can form from the covalent bonding of two or more
44.A researcher decides to test the scientific validity of the common phrase
"An apple a day keeps the doctor away." What would be a valid hypothesis
to investigate this specific question?
A. Does one apple every day keep doctor visitation rates to a mini
50.A community is composed of different populations of animals and plants.
51.A defining characteristic that distinguishes prokaryotic and eukaryotic
organisms is the lack of cell structure in one versus the other.
All living organisms respond and adjust to their environments. A good example of this would be
A. photosynthesis in plants.
B. mammals developing a thicker coat in the winter.
D. growth and development of an animal.
6. We maintain a fairly constant body temperature despite exposure to
different seasons or external temperatures. This is achieved through our
A. adapt to changing environments.
B. regulate body temperature.
C. maintain homeostasis.
D. All of
Changes in _ represent the predominant cause for biological evolution.
B. growth and development
D. genetic makeup
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Learning Objective: 01-02-01 E
BIOL 1051 Lab 5-Evolutionary Evidence Fall 2015
Phylogenetic Tree Worksheet Adapted from the student worksheet for Creating
Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences from HHMI Biointeractive.com Student
worksheet authored by Ann Brokaw, Rocky River High Schoo
September 29, 2015
Lab 3-2 Homework Assignment
The name of the article that I chose was Prosecutors Block DNA Testing for Inmates.
This article came from the New York Times. After reading this article, I found it to be very
Topic: Chemical bonds that create and stabilize molecules
Topic: Chemical forces that create and stabilize molecules
Topic: Chemical forces that promote and stabilize molecular interactions
Topic: The importance of wa
Nitrogen has 7 electrons and can form a maximum of _ bonds with other elements.
Brooker - Chapter 02 #13
Learning Objective: 02-01-02 Discuss the way electrons orbit the nucleus of an atom within
The nucleus of an atom is composed of
D. protons and neutrons.
E. protons and electrons.
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Learning Objective: 02-01-01 Understand the general structure of a
51. Water has fewer hydrogen atoms than lemon juice and a pH of around 7. Predict what will happen
to the pH level of water when lemon juice is added.
A. The pH will become higher.
B. The pH will become lower.
C. The pH will remain the same.
D. The pH wil
Which of the following is TRUE when comparing solutions with a pH of 6 and a pH of 8?
A. The solution with a pH of 8 has a 100 times higher concentration of hydrogen ions than a
solution with a pH of 6.
B. The solution with a pH of 8 has a 2 times hig
Sulfur 35 (35S) is an isotope of 32S. These elements differ in their number of neutrons.
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Learning Objective: 02-01-05 Explain how a single element may exist in more than one form; called
You've been asked to stabilize a compound whose general state is altered by excess electrons.
The element you would add to the compound to most effectively stabilize the compound would
be what? Why?
A. Carbon, because it is capable of neutralizing ele
The molarity of a solution is
A. a measure of solute concentration.
B. the weight of a solid substance.
C. often expressed as grams per unit volume.
D. reflects a measure of the amount of oil dissolved in water.
E. a scientific term for determining th
Carbon and hydrogen have similar electronegativities and combine together to form
hydrocarbon molecules. What type of bonds form between these atoms?
C. polar covalent
D. nonpolar covalent