The tentacles of a cephalopod are used for what purpose? When equilibrium is reached, do molecules stop moving across the cell membrane? Describe how evolution would have acted on giraffes according to natural selection. . What do homozygous and heterozygous mean? What is the primary function of the cytoskeleton? On the picture of the squid, identify the: Eyes Tentacle Arm Fin Mouth 26. What was the stiff shell-like structure you removed from the squid during the dissection? What type of macromolecule is it? For each of the pairs, circle the set that is most closely related Always look for the two that are in the same taxon group a. Which process carried out by yeast is used to produce beer and wine? How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis almost opposite processes? Which 2 organelles help provide cells with energy? What percentage of human sperm cells carry an X chromosome? Hypothesis a proposed answer or explanation, a testable statement d.
What 3 letters do they usually end in? What is the difference between a common name and a scientific name? In multicellular organisms, cell division via mitosis is a source of new cells for… 55. Where does cellular respiration primarily take place? What is the manipulated variable in the experiment? What are the functions of the nucleus? Where in the cell does photosynthesis take place? What group of animals is characterized by an exoskeleton? When you have completed the free practice test, click 'View Results' to see your results. What forms in plant cells during cytokinesis that does not form in animal cells? What part of the microscope can be used to adjust the amount of light? When using the high power objective, which focus knob do you use? Where are they located in the cell? Check the box if it applies to the organism: Crustacean Spider Insect Has antennae X X Member of Phylum Arthropoda X X X Has 3 body segments X Has 2 body segments, one being a cephalothorax X X Has chelicerae X 27. How does a person get malaria? Which organic compound is the main source of energy for living things? In each of the situations pictured, indicate whether the cell will gain water, lose water, or stay the same. The more you challenge yourself while studying, the more you will ultimately learn. .
There will be no surprises on the final; all the necessary information is provided on this study guide. Spontaneous Generation the idea that life could come from nonliving matter i. Which of those structures grinds the food? What is the responding variable? Energy obtained from sunlight or food, powers life processes n. The digestive tract of an earthworm includes the following structures. What are structures A and B called in the figure to the right? Are they haploid or diploid? What are the functions of the endoplasmic reticulum both smooth and rough? Is an enzyme specific to a chemical reaction or able to catalyze a variety of them? What part of the cell is describe as selectively permeable? Which green organelle would you expect to find in plant cells but not animal cells? P and q represent the allelic frequency of the two possible alleles for the gene in question--p is the dominant allele and q the recessive allele. Which three conditions regulate enzyme activity? What does the scientific name tell you about the organism? Where in the cell does glycolysis take place? What is the chemical equation for cellular respiration? What is the chemical equation for photosynthesis? Are they identical or genetically different? Where are most protozoans found? Some animals are asymmetrical, what are the two types of symmetry found in other animals? Which types of organisms carry out cellular respiration? What factors affect the rate of photosynthesis? What occurs during interphase of the cell cycle? What Phylum includes all the segmented worms, like a leech or earthworm? Is energy captured and stored, or is it released? What makes a protein unique? What is the green pigment in chloroplasts responsible for absorbing light? To study for this final write down the answers to the questions below on a separate sheet of paper.
Theory a statement that explains a set of observations and is generally well accepted Section B: Cells and Cell Processes Ch 7 Topics: Cell Structure, Organelles, Types of Cells, Cell Transport, Cell Division 1. Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life 9 questions 4. Identify the process pictured as either mitosis, osmosis, or endocytosis Bio 1A: Also identify the phases of mitosis. Of all the phyla, which contains the largest number of species? What is the intermediate host of the schistosoma worm? Over time, a larger number of the population had long necks. Observations perceiving objects or events o. What are some functions of proteins? What is the first stage of photosynthesis? Human females produce egg cells that have how many of which sex chromosome s? What are the functions of the cell membrane? Biology the study of life b.
Science gathers information about the world using obvservations and experimentation c. Homeostasis state of biological balance; staying the same j. Know the function of each of the cell organelles listed: a. Cellular respiration releases energy by breaking down? In each case, the cell in the beaker is 10% salt. To find them, review your notes first and use the textbook. What is an example of a prokaryotic organism? Chapter 1: The Science of Biology 3 questions 1. What are the three objectives found on the microscopes you used in class? The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called… 26.
After 6 weeks he counts the number of tomatoes are present on each plant. Both plants are given the same amount of light and water. How many legs does an insect have? Reproduction making more of the same kind, either sexually or asexually l. On the animal below, label the dorsal B , ventral C , posterior D and anterior A sides 12. When the water molecule leaves, the amino acids are fused together. For example, gravity causes objects to accelerate. A force is a push or pull exerted upon objects that interact with each other directly or at a distance.
What structure distinguishes a eukaryote from a prokaryote? What are the three parts of the insect body plan? Who proposed the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection? What is the proper sequence of stages in mitosis? Evolution change over time m. How many cells does meiosis produce? Which sex chromosomes do males and females have? Know the taxonomic categories used to describe how organisms are classified. What is a responding dependent variable? Which letter is used to represent the number of chromosomes in a gamete? What happens during anaphase I of meiosis that reduces the number of chromosomes? When two amino acids exist side by side, then one gives away a hydrogen molecule while the other gives up both an oxygen and a hydrogen molecule, the remaining three molecules become H2O. Which of the following forms is the medusa first? What is a polygenic trait? What is the principle of dominance? What is a manipulated independent variable? Is it a phase of mitosis? What are the reactants and products of photosynthesis? What metric system unit would be used to measure the length of a room? What shape is a plant cell? On the Crayfish, identify the Antenna - attached to head Cheliped - claws Cephalothorax - front section of the body Abdomen - back section Walking Legs - larger, in the front Swimmerets - smaller, attached to abdomen 23. What are the levels of organization in a multicellular organism from the simplest level to the most complex level? Gametes are produced through the process of… 68.
What type of macromolecule are they? Where does a parasitic tapeworm live in the body? Chapter 7: Cell Structure and Function 23 questions 13. Responsiveness a reaction to a stimulus k. . According to the cladogram, which two species are most closely related? How might a person contract a tapeworm? What will happen to a red blood cell that is surrounded by a hypotonic solution? Cell the smallest unit of life f. .
Why is colorblindness more common in males than in females? Which organelle modifies, sorts, and packages proteins for storage or export from the cell? As an alternative to traditional pesticides, scientists can utilize artificially created pest pheromones to lure pests into traps for removal or extermination. . Long necked animals had an advantage in that they could reach high leaves, those animals survived and passed their genes to the next generation. Why is the diploid number always an even number? Label and Identify Each of the Protists Euglena Ameba Paramecium Euglena Label A. Section A: Scientific Processes and Introduction to Biology Ch 1 Topics: Microscope Use, Scientific Method, Metric System 1. Place them in the correct order. .
How are eukaryotes different than prokaryotes? Controlled Experiment used to test a hypothesis, tests only one variable e. What is the second stage? What are some functions of enzymes? Chapter 10: Mitosis 11 questions 52. What happens during the Calvin cycle? What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic processes? Which is the control group? Because the cell membrane allows some substances through but blocks others, it is referred to as being… 34. What is the equation that shows what happens when a sperm fertilizes an egg to produce a zygote? If you place a few drops of food coloring in a glass full of water, eventually all the water is colored. What metric system unit would be used to measure volume such as a can of coke? During prophase of meiosis I, what event creates new combinations of alleles in homologous chromosomes? To tomato plant A he adds miracle grow; and to tomato plant B he does not add miracle grow.