When the concentration of solutes outside the cell, and inside the cell, are in equilibrium the solution
is said to be;
When a cell is placed in a hypotonic solution, water
Biology: Concepts and Connections, 6e (Campbell)
The Molecules of Cells
1) Lactose intolerance is the inability to
A) produce milk proteins.
B) produce lactose.
C) digest cellulose.
D) digest lactose.
E) digest milk fat
Chapter 01 - Biology: The Science of Life
Biology: The Science of Life
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The circulatory system of a whale is considered an organ system because it is composed of
Which of the following is not an organic
A molecule is said to be organic if it
carbon and hydrogen atoms
carbon and oxygen atoms
two or more atoms
BIO Ch 5 QUIZ ANSWERS AND STUDY BSC 1005
Most ATP in eukaryotic cells is produced in the:
rough endoplasmic reticulum
Products of glycolysis include
all of the above
In the presence of oxygen, all cells synthesize
physical properties and atomic number
Elements differ from each other in their _.
determines its chemical reactivity.
An atom's outermost electron shell
An atom that has an electrical charge is called a(n)
It is denser when frozen than when liquid.
Biology Chapter 1 Study Guide LIFESMART Questions and Answers (Use ctl-F and type in your question to
Q. Small molecules that join to form larger molecules within a _. A cell is alive but is made from
A. CELL, NON-LIVING MOLECULES
Biology Chapter 2 Study Guide LIFESMART Questions and Answers (Use ctl-F and type in your question to
Q. What is the basis for the unique properties that are attributed to the water molecule?
A. ITS STRUCTURE
Q. An atom is the smallest unit of a
Biology Chapter 5 LIFESMART
The ability to work allows living things to carry on the processes of life, including growth, development,
metabolism, and reproduction is called _.
TRUE or FALSE The two basic forms of energy include chemical energy and
One millimeter = _ centimeters
Which color indicates a positive result for starch:
The function of the nucleolus is
to manufacture polypeptides.