Oxygen was introduced into the atmosphere as a byproduct of a. respiration. c. dehydration. b. photosynthesis. d. osmosis.
When you notice that someone has unusually blue eyes, you've noticed their A. hybridization. B. genotype. C. phenotype. D. allele.
Minerals are solid, inorganic substances that _____. a.exist naturally b.are manufactured c.are found exclusively on Earth d.are made of iron
______ make their own food by extracting compounds from the ocean. cyanobacteria photoautotrophs cemoautotrophs
Which statement about the scientific method is true? A. The scientific method involves developing and testing conclusions. B. The scientific method is a linear approach to accumulating scientific knowledge. C. The scientific method is used in different ways by different scientists. D. The scientific method involves developing a question to answer a hypothesis. please hurry.
Which example best demonstrates the neoclassical style used in poetry during the age of reason? A. If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were loved by wife, then thee; If ever wife was happy in a man, Compare with me ye women if you can. B. Arise, my soul, on wings enraptur'd, rise To praise the monarch of the earth and skies, Whose goodness and beneficence appear As round its centre moves the rolling year, Or when the morning glows with rosy charms, Or the sun slumbers in the ocean's arms: Of light divine be a rich portion lent To guide my soul, and favour my intent. C. We smile, but, O great Christ, our cries To thee from tortured souls arise. We sing, but oh the clay is vile Beneath our feet, and long the mile; But let the world dream otherwise, We wear the mask! D. I caught a tremendous fish and held him beside the boat half out of water, with my hook fast in a corner of his mouth. He didn't fight. He hadn't fought at all. He hung a grunting weight, battered and venerable and homely. Here and there his brown skin hung in strips
What is the primary product of light independent reactions? A high energy sugars B high energy carbohydrates C high energy salts D high energy proteins
Which of the following cycles does not involve living organisms? a. carbon cycle b. oxygen cycle c. rock cycle d. nitrogen cycle
Which stem cells are capable of the most limited differentiation? A.) adult stem cells B.) amniotic fluid stem cells C.) embryonic stem cells D.) somatic stem cells
Regarding tropical rainforests, the term evapotranspiration refers to the fact that A. trees absorb carbon dioxide and "exhale" oxygen. B. deforestation causes a loss of soil fertility due to water evaporation. C. the humidity of rain forests can produce local and regional precipitation. D. deforestation causes a decline in atmospheric oxygen.
Which of the following would not be considered a point source pollution contributor? a. an animal feedlot b. cattle on rangeland c. a paper mill d. a slaughterhouse
Which one of the following nutrients is not a source of energy for the body? a. Proteins b. Carbohydrates c. Vitamins d. Lipids
How can using a combination of policy tools be more efficient than using one exclusively? a. Using a combination of policy tools assures compliance. b. Using a combination of policy tools allows for a wider range of coverage. c. Using a combination of policy tools prevents the use of mandatory policies. d. All of the above
What is not associated with upwelling A horizontal water movements B vertical water movements C increased plankton populations Increased nutrients at the surface
Charles darwin viewed the fossil record as A) evidence that earth was a thousand years old - I know it isn't this one B) Useful support for his theory - I'm leaning towards this one C) interesting but unrelated to the evolution of modern species D) evidence that traits are acquired through use or disuse - I know it can't be this one either
How are Protozoa similar to animals? A) They have cells that lack nuclei B) They can get food and move C) They are made up of many cells. D) They make their own food in sunlight
Which of the following can result in irregularities leading to cancer? A. The body using cyclins to regulate the timing of the cell cycle B. The body utilizing growth factors in development C. The body programming its cells to die D. The body failing to respond to signals that slow the cell cycle
Choose the sequence that is complementary with the sequence ATTGGCTA. A. ATTGGCTA B. GCCAATCG C. TAACCGAT D. CGGTTAGC
Which organelle makes the proteins that are needed by the cell? a)cell membrane b)golgi apparatus c)ribosomes d)nucleus
Surface winds tend to curve due to which of the following? a. The Corona effect b. The Coriolis effect c. The Corolla effect d. None of the above
Which are different forms of the same gene? genotypes phenotypes alleles traits BEST ANSWER TO WHOEVER ANSWERS FIRST AND CORRECTLY! :)
Which takes place inside the chloroplast? light and dark reactions light reaction only light reaction and cellular respiration dark reaction only
Which of these components of a cell functions like the bones and muscles in the human body? a. chloroplasts b. ribosomes c. cytoskeleton d. cytoplasm
The ribosome of a cell, is most responsible for what function? A) production of ATP B) storage of materials C) manufacture of proteins D) direction of all cellular activities
Which allele combination represents a female who is a carrier for an X-linked recessive disorder? XRXr XrXr XRY XrY
Which class of organic molecules provides long-term energy storage. a. carbohydrates b. proteins c. starches d. lipids
How does ATP and NADPH connect light-dependent and light-independent reactions in photosynthesis? A.) ATP and NADPH are produced in both reactions B.) ATP and NADPH are used in both reactions C.) ATP and NADPH are produced in the light-dependent reaction and used in the light-independent reaction D.) ATP and NADPH are produced in the light-independent reaction and used in the light-dependent reaction
Which statement is true regarding similarities and differences between aerobics and anaerobic respiration
An example of parallel choices in a key is _____. A. flower color is red; AA. flower color is blue A. object can fly; AA. object is black A. animal has 4 legs; AA. animal has 4 teeth
Which of the following best describes how taxonomy changed the way organisms were classified? Plants, animals, and bacteria were sorted into groups based on their ability to interbreed. Plants and animals were divided into separate kingdoms based on physical traits. Organisms were separated into domains based on what they consumed. Organisms were sorted into different phyla based on their habitat.