How does ATP supply energy for cellular activities? A. by breaking off a phosphate group from its structure B. by releasing the sugar molecule from its structure C. by adding a phosphate group to its structure D. by attaching itself to a glucose molecule
The __________ and __________ are the glands that stimulate reproductive cycles. a. testes . . . thyroid b. testes . . . ovaries c. ovaries . . . thyroid d. ovaries . . . thymus
Individuals living in highly populated areas are more inclined to _______. a. violence b. social interaction c. appetite loss d. all of the above
Which of the following statements about forestry education is true? A.) All educational facilities cover forestry to the same depth. B.) Individuals can pursue doctorates in forestry in any state. C.)Program focus will remain the same from state to state. D.)Some states have greater access to forestry programs than others.
Which of the following soil types is richest in organic material? A. Yellow soil B. Blue soil C. Dark-colored soil D. Red soi
How are proteins distinguished from each other? a. by the amounts of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen they contain b. by the kinds of fatty acids they contain c. by the kinds of bonds that join their monomers d. by the order of the amino acids that form them?
Koala Bears are a specialist species because they _______. a. only eat eucalyptus leaves b. are marsupials c. live in trees d.
When researchers create __________, they are destroying a piece of the brain. A. holes B. currents C. images D. lesions
How is streptococcus pneumoniae able to avoid destruction by a phagocyte? they cause the lysosomes to empty their contents into the phagocyte, killing it. their capsules make them "slippery" to phagocytes. they prevent the fusion of the lysosome and phagosome?
Female gametangia are called while male gametangia are called . Squash and tomatoes are vegetables. TRUE or FALSE.
Consider the following events of photosynthesis. 1. Light energy excites electrons. 2. Water molecules are split. 3. NADPH is formed. In which locations do each of these events occur? A) 1. photosystem II 2. photosystem I 3. photosystem I B) 1. photosystem II 2. photosystem II 3. photosystem I C) 1. photosystem I 2. photosystem I 3. photosystem II D) 1. photosystem I 2. photosystem II 3. photosystem II
What does an Open Office or Microsoft Office Wizard do? A. suggests a better way to present your data B. analyzes your data and points out errors C. guides you through the steps to complete a complex task D. adds color and styles to make your data look better
Talking about all things lunar, which of these forms of madness is related to the moon? A) HystericaB) LunacyC) InsanityD) Biebermania
In which of the following can a change be directly observed? A. alleles B. genotypes C. phenotypes D. mutations
Some pathogens can remain contagious in dried blood for up to _______. a. a week b. three weeks c. 10 days d. two weeks
1. In your body, why do muscle cells and skin cells look and behave differently? (Points : 1) They have different genes. Their genes are being expressed differently. The same genes are being expressed in both types of cells. There is no similarity in their chromosomes. Question 2. 2. Which genes are present in your liver cells? (Points : 1) All your genes are present in your liver cells. Only the genes needed by your liver cells are present in those cells. Half the number of genes is present in your liver cells.
What inference can correctly be drawn from the diagram shown below? A) All of these birds share a common ancestor. B) All of these birds adapted to the same conditions. C) All of these birds developed at roughly the same time. D) All of these birds produced similar offspring.
What is the current greatest threat to agricultural sustainability? a. erosion b. water pollution c. air quality d. all of the above