Driving Question 1: How do chromosomes determine sex, and how does sex influence the inheritance of
1. Which of the following most influences the development of a female fetus?
a. the presence of any two sex chromosomes
b. the presence of
CHAPTER 3 Test Your Knowledge
Driving Question 1: What structural features are shared by all cells, and what are the key differences
between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
By answering the questions below and studying Infographics 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4, yo
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1.A, B, and O blood types in humans are controlled by a single gene with three alleles: IA,
IB and i. The i allele is recessive to both IA and IB. Which of the following could be
possible genotypes of the parent
BIOL TEST 1 QUIZ STUDY
method, process, way of knowing
When scientists carryout an experiment, they are testing a
Of the following, which is the earliest step in the scientific process?
In a controlled experiment, which gro
1. Explain how DNA is organized. Why is it necessary for DNA to be organized in this
2. Humans inherit _ chromosomes from each parent; and a male
inherits the _ chromosome from his father.
3. In hum
Chapter 3 Review Questions
1. What are the two fundamental ideas upon which the Cell Theory is based?
2. Cells that lack internal membrane-bound organelles are referred to as being _, whereas cells that do contain
membrane-bound organelles are called _.
1. What role has evolution played in modern-day human weight gain?
2. Native American Indians historically fed themselves with a combination of hunting and gathering, fishing,
and farming crops such as c
Chapter 5 Review Questions
1. What is the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph? Give an example of each.
2. How do plants help mitigate the effects of climate change?
3. Could heterotrophs survive without autotro
1. Why can't science answer questions about the existence of a supernatural being?
2. What does it mean to say that a scientific study has undergone peer review? Why is this important?
Use the following to answer questions 3-6.
1. The shape and function of a protein is determined by its _.
2. How does the sequence of amino acids in a protein influence the way it folds?
3. A mutation in a gene results in a protein with a distort
1. An adult has trillions of cells that all work together. Does an adult have cells that still undergo cell division?
Why or why not?
2. Red blood cells have a tough job, circulating through our bodies r
Chapter 2 Review Questions
1. What is the atomic mass of calcium (atomic number = 20)?
2. The nucleus of an atom contains atomic particles called _ and _.
3. The six most abundant elements in the human body are
4. The four elements that make up most of yo
Chapter 4 Review Questions
1. What is a macronutrient? What are the three primary macronutrients we obtain from our diet?
2. Why are vegetarians often advised to consume legumes?
3. Explain what is meant by a balanced diet in the context of the macromolec
CHAPTER 4 Test Your Knowledge
DRIVING QUESTION 1: What are the macronutrients and micronutrients provided by food?
By answering the questions below and studying Infographics 4.2 and 4.3 and Table 4.1, you should be
able to generate an answer for the broad