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SB - Life Science

Science Bowl Life Science Questions

QuestionAnswer
Short Answer - What organelle functions to isolate human cell's chromosomes from the cytoplasm? NUCLEUS
Short Answer - What is the primary oxygen-carrying protein found in red blood cells? HEMOGLOBIN
Short Answer - How many permanent teeth does a typical adult human have? 32
Short Answer - How many canine teeth does the typical human adult have? 4
Multiple Choice - Most of the heart is composed of which of the following types of tissues? W). epithelial X). connective Y). nervous Z). muscle Z). MUSCLE
Short Answer - In the taxonomical name Homo Sapiens, what taxonomical rank does sapiens represent? SPECIES
Short Answer - What is generally considered the basic unit of life? THE CELL
Short Answer - In what organelle of a plant cell does photosynthesis occur? CHLOROPLAST (ACCEPT: PLASTID)
Short Answer - What is the scientific name for the white of a cooked egg? ALBUMEN
Short Answer - What term is generally used for biological catalysts? ENZYMES
Short Answer - How many limbs are tetrapods typically considered to have? 4
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most common source of energy for brain cells in humans W). nucleic acids X). proteins Y). glucose Z). pectins Y). GLUCOSE
Short Answer - What is the ultimate energy source for nearly all life of Earth? THE SUN
Short Answer - What is the environmental factor most directly involved in phototropism? LIGHT (ACCEPT: SUNLIGHT or SUN)
Short Answer - What is the scientific name of the human windpipe? TRACHEA
Short Answer - The organ of Corti is directly involved in what human sense? HEARING
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the closest synonym for motile: W). having a motor X). using energy Y). able to move Z). living in water Y). ABLE TO MOVE
Multiple Choice - Which of the following terms is used by microbiologists for a bacterium with a rod shape? W). tubular X). bacillus Y). trichome Z). cylindrical X). bacillus
Short Answer - What is the common name of the members of the Class Aves? BIRDS
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 groups of animals that are vertebrates: amphibians ; reptiles; gastropods AMPHIBIANS ; REPTILES
Short Answer - What is the most common term for the biological polymer found in chromosomes that stores genetic information? DNA (ACCEPT: DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID)
Short Answer - Inside what human cell organelle does replication of the chromosomal DNA in preparation for mitosis occur? NUCLEUS
Short Answer - What specific structure is most directly responsible for the motility of bacteria? FLAGELLA (ACCEPT: FLAGGELUM)
Multiple Choice - If an animal has 42 chromosomes in its normal, non-gamete or somatic cells, what term would be given to the gametes that have 21 chromosomes: W). somatic X). unigentic Y). haploid Z). solitary Y). HAPLOID
Short Answer - What is the most common term for the symbiotic relationship where one organism benefits and the other is harmed? PARASITISM
Short Answer - What is the most common term for the type of symbiosis where one organism benefits and the other is neither significantly harmed nor helped by the interaction? COMMENSALISM
Short Answer - What is the scientific term for the biting structures of spiders? CHELICERAE ( ACCEPT: CHELICERA)
Short Answer - In what structure of a nucleated cell are ribosomes assembled into their subunits? NUCLEOLUS (DO NOT ACCEPT NUCLEUS)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is part of the nephron in the kidney: W). islet cells (read as: EY-let) X). ureter Y). amygdala (read as: ah-MIG-dih-la) Z). glomerulus (read as: glow-MAIR-you-lus) Z). GLOMERULUS
Short Answer - The human body is most commonly described as having what type of symmetry? BILATERAL
Multiple Choice - In which of the following places would meiosis most likely occur in a mammal: W). skin X). liver Y). heart Z). ovary Z) OVARY
Short Answer - What are the most common names of the gametes produced by a human male and female, respectively? MALE = SPERM; FEMALE = EGG (ACCEPT SPERM AND OVUM)
Short Answer - What anatomical structures in humans function by connecting muscles to bones? TENDONS
Short Answer - What is the light-yellow fluid that makes up the fluid portion of normal circulating human blood? PLASMA (DO NOT ACCEPT SERUM)
Multiple Choice - Most biological catalysts are: W). proteins X). vitamins Y). carbohydrates Z). lipids W). PROTEINS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following best describes a bacteriophage: W). a bacterial virus X). a stage in the development of most bacteria Y). the release of disease-causing bacteria from a host organism Z). a very small bacteria W). A BACTERIAL VIRUS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following plants is sometimes called a fiddlehead when it is immature: W). maple tree X). tulip Y). moss Z). fern Z). FERN
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 groups of animals that are reptiles: lizards ; snakes; frogs; crocodiles LIZARDS ; SNAKES ; CROCODILES (ACCEPT: ALL BUT FROGS)
Short Answer - How many pairs of walking legs do spiders have? 4
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 organisms that are bivalves: squid; clams; snails; mussels CLAMS; MUSSELS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is NOT a structure found in human cells: W). mitochondrion X). cell wall Y). lysosome Z). peroxisome X). CELL WALL
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is closest to the meaning of intercellular (read carefully as: in-TER-cellular): W). from within cells X). between cells Y). inside of cells Z). underneath cells X). BETWEEN CELLS
Short Answer - What is the name of the blood vessels in vertebrate bodies where most of the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occur? CAPILLARIES ( ACCEPT: CAPILLARY)
Short Answer - What specific part of the human brain is most responsible for regulating body temperature? HYPOTHALAMUS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following describes the shape of a bacteria pilus: W). a solid sphere X). a cuboidal shaped cell Y). a thin tube Z). a helical thick solid fiber Y). A THIN TUBE
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 groups of plants that are legumes: peas; rice; soy beans; peanuts PEAS ; SOY BEANS; PEANUTS; (ACCEPT: ALL BUT RICE)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the location of the human thymus glad: W). upper chest X). inguinal canal Y). abdomen Z). brain W). UPPER CHEST
Short Answer - What is the most common globular protein in red blood cells? HEMOGLOBIN
Multiple Choice - What of the following is NOT found in prokaryotes: W). DNA X). RNA Y). ribosomes Z). golgi Z). GOLGI
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 groups of organisms that are insects: flies; beetles; crayfish; moths FLIES ; BEETLES ; MOTHS (ACCEPT: ALL BUT CRAYFISH)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following anatomical structure is missing in the hagish: W). heart X). brain Y). notocord Z). jaw Z). JAW
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 organisms that are echinoderms: squid ; snails ; starfish ; lobsters STARFISH
Short Answer - What is the most common term used for the biological process of converting atmospheric nitrogen into a form readily available for use in organisms? NITROGEN FIXATION (ACCEPT: FIXATION)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following groups of organisms is most commonly associated with the ability to fix nitrogen? W). plants X). animals Y). plants and animals Z). bacteria Z). BACTERIA
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is a lipid: W). lipase X). myoglobin Y). trypsin Z). corn oil Z). CORN OIL
Multiple Choice - which of the following organisms contains the most chitin (read as: KYE-tin) by percent body weight: W). leopard X). ant Y). squid Z). whale X) ANT
Short Answer - What parts of a flower make up the corolla? PETALS
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 plants that have male and female flowers on the same plant: apple tree ; tomato ; maple tree ; pumpkin ALL
Short Answer - How many chambers does the heart of a shark have? 2
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 groups of organisms in which mitosis occurs: birds ; reptiles ; mollusks; bacteria BIRDS ; REPTILES ; MOLLUSKS (ACCEPT: ALL BUT BACTERIA)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following anatomical structure do sharks NOT possess: W). gill covers or opercula X). lateral lines Y). cartilaginous skeletons Z). livers W). GILL COVERS OR OPERCULA
Short Answer - What scientist is sometimes considered the father of genetics because of his extensive studies on the patterns of inheritance? GREGOR MENDEL (ACCEPT: MENDEL)
Short Answer - How many phalanges are in a human thumb? 2
Multiple Choice - Which of the following terms is most often used to describe a biochemical reaction where the forward reaction is at the same rate as the reverse reaction: W). isothermic X). isotropic Y). equilibrium Z). homeotropic Y). EQUILIBRIUM
Multiple Choice - In which of the following areas of the human body is the frontal bone found: W). pelvis X). spine Y). shoulder Z). head Z). HEAD
Multiple Choice - In which of the following areas of the human body is the ileum bone found: W). pelvis X). wrist Y). shoulder Z). head W). PELVIS
Short Answer - In what organelle do parenchymal (read as: PAR-en-KYM-al) cells store most of a plant's cellular fluid? VACUOLE
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 groups of plants that have no xylem: mosses ; ferns ; conifers MOSSES
Short Answer - What glands of the human body are most responsible for producing what is sometimes called the stress hormone cortisol? ADRENALS (ACCEPT: ADRENAL CORTEX)
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 choices that are common functions of feathers on birds: thermal insulation ; sexual selection ; flight ALL
Multiple Choice - Which of the following terms do biologists most often use to describe animals that do not move by their own design or effort: W). saprophytic X). instar Y). motile Z). sessile Z). SESSILE
Short Answer - What is the base nucleotide to which adenine binds on its opposing strand in DNA? THYMINE
Short Answer - What anatomical structure in boney fish allows them to adjust their buoyancy and stay afloat without swimming? SWIMBLADDER (ACCEPT: AIR BLADDER OR GAS BLADDER)
Short Answer - What is the most common name for the fluid in a spider that serves a similar function to blood in vertebrates? HAEMOLYMPH (ACCEPT: HEMOLYMPH)
Short Answer - What organelle with attached ribosomes in most directly responsible for the translation of proteins destined to be transported out of the cell? ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (ACCEPT: ER OR RER OR ROUGH ER, OR ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM) (DO NOT ACCEPT: SER OR SMOOTH ER OR SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM)
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 functional groups that are found in all amino acids: carboxyl; ketone; amino; phosphate CARBOXYL ; AMINO
Short Answer - What is the most common name of the plant pigments that give fruits and many plants parts their orange color? CAROTENOIDS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following organisms has an archegonium: W). moss X). bird Y). frog Z). oak tree W). MOSS
Short Answer - How many pairs of wings to beetles typically have? 2
Short Answer - How many cervical vertebrae are found in most mammals? 7
Short Answer - What is the most common name for the junctions across which nerve cells carry chemical messages from cell to cell? SYNAPSE
Short Answer - What is the most common name of the part of a neuron that takes its name from the Greek word for tree, and functions to carry electrical messages from other nerve cells to the soma? DENDRITE
Multiple Choice - In which of the following cells would myelin most likely be found: W). oocyte X). red blood cell Y). neuron Z). skin cell Y). NEURON
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 choices of eukaryotic sub-cellular structures that do NOT have their own specific membrane: chloroplast; lysosome; centriole; golgi CENTRIOLE
Multiple Choice - What is the most important function of fiber tracheids (read as: TRAY-key-ids) in woody plants: W). energy storage X). structural support Y). sugary sap movement Z). absorption of nutrients from the soil X). STRUCTURAL SUPPORT
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the smallest object that a typical student compound light microscope is able to allow a person to see; W). mRNA X). ribosomes Y). E.coli Z). polio virus Y). E. COLI
Multiple Choice - Adipose tissue stores mostly: W). lipid X). protein Y). starch Z). glycogen W). LIPID
Multiple Choice - Which of the following biological molecules make up the main part of the bilayer and hydrophobic region of the plasma cell membrane: W). oligosaccharides X). carbohydrates Y). phospholipids Z). proteins Y). PHOSPHOLIPDS
Multiple Choice - Keratins are considered structural proteins. This is because they are most often arranged in which of the following shapes: W). long, thin fibers X). spherical and smooth Y). short and irregular Z). small, irregular, and hydrophilic W). LONG THIN FIBERS
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 molecules that are storage forms of glucose: starch ; wax ; glycogen ; maltose STARCH ; GLYCOGEN
Multiple Choice - Cartilage belongs to which of the following animal tissues types: W). epithelial X). connective Y). nervous Z). muscle X). CONNECTIVE
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 chemicals that are NOT amino acids: glycine ; methionine ; adenine ADENINE
Short Answer - How many chromosomes does a normal human gamete have? 23
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is most directly responsible for the exchange of genes during meiosis: W). crossing over X). kinetochores division Y). cytokinesis Z). alleles W). CROSSING OVER
Short Answer - What base nucleotide is replaced by uracil in RNA? THYMINE
Short Answer - What two functional groups of amino acids join to form a peptide bond in a protein? CARBOXYL AND AMINO (IN ANY ORDER)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the botanical term for the haploid generation is moss plants: W). gametophyte X). archegonia Y). style Z). ovule W). GAMETOPHYTE
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 organisms that belong to the phylum Cnidaria (read as: nid-AIR-ee-ah): jellyfish ; sea anemones ; corals JELLYFISH ; CORALS
Short Answer - What staining method is used to generally divide bacteria into two groups? GRAM STAIN
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 cellular structures that are found in plant cells and NOT bacteria: mitochondria ; chloroplasts ; cell membranes ; ribosomes MITOCHONDRIA ; CHLORPLASTS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following terms is MOST commonly used to refer to the copying of DNA during the cell cycle: W). duplication X). replication Y). translation Z). complementation X). REPLICATION
Short Answer - What is the most common term for a random change in the nucleotide base sequence in DNA? MUTATION
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most common long-term storage form of energy for vertebrate animals: W). nucleic acids X). proteins Y). starch Z). lipids Z). LIPIDS
Short Answer - What is the name for the structures in plants that regulate air entering the plant through stems and leaves? STOMATA (ACCEPT: STOMA)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is a general term widely used by scientists to indicate artificial growth of cells in the laboratory: W). culture X). monocell Y). attenuate Z). decoction W). CULTURE
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most common term biologists use for the molecule that an enzyme will act on: W). substrate X). product Y). producer Z). catalyst W). SUBSTRATE
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is a protein: W). glycerol X). trypsin Y). cholesterol Z). tyrosine X). TRYPSIN
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 cells of a human that are typically haploid: skin cells; mature ovum; sperm; lymphocyte MATURE OVUM; SPERM
Short Answer - Tell whether the medusa and polyp stages of hydrozoans are haploid or diploid, respectively? BOTH ARE DIPLOID (ACCEPT: DIPLOID AND DIPLOID)
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 choices that are most commonly associated with asexual reproduction in organisms: meiosis ; budding ; binary fission ; fragmentation BUDDING, BINARY FISSION, FRAGMENTATION (ACCEPT: ALL BUT MEIOSIS)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is most advantageous to plants that depend on insects for pollination: W). absence of rhizomes X). sticky pollen Y). small green flowers Z). numerous stomata X). STICKY POLLEN
Short Answer - Name all of the following biological molecules that are considered polymers: glucose ; cellulose ; DNA ; RNA CELLULOSE ; DNA ; RNA (ACCEPT: ALL BUT GLUCOSE)
Multiple Choice - Pampas, steppes, and savannas are all different types of: W). deserts X). tropical forests Y). tropical shrublands Z). grasslands Z). GRASSLANDS
Multiple Choice - Which of the following biomes takes up more square area of the world than any other biome: W). rainforest X). savanna Y). taiga Z). tundra Y). TAIGA
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most likely highest power for an objective lens on a typical student compound light microscope: W). 25-times X). 100-times Y). 500-times Z). 1500-times X). 100-TIMES
Short Answer - Order the following 4 parts of the human intestine from the FIRST to receive food from the stomach to the LAST: colon ; duodenum ; ileum ; jejunum DUODENUM ; JEJUNUM ; ILEUM ; COLON
Multiple Choice - The presence of which of the following is the most important characteristic that allows xylem to function in plants: W). plastids and chloroplasts X). strong thick walls Y). large fluid-filled vacuoles Z). nuclei and ER X). STRONG THICK WALLS (solution: xylem cells are dead therefore, W and Z are not possible and Y is unlikely)
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 structures that are composed mostly of keratin: bird's beak, snake teeth, human fingernail, mammalian fur BIRD'S BEAK; HUMAN FINGERNAIL; MAMMALIAN FUR (ACCEPT: ALL BUT SNAKE TEETH)
Short Answer - What natural plant hormone is most directly involved in controlling phototropism? AUXIN (ACCEPT: INDOLE ACETIC ACID OR IAA)
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 types of molecules that are generally soluble in water: simple sugars; mRNA; lipids SIMPLE SUGARS; mRNA
Multiple Choice - Lipids will dissolve best in which of the following: W). 3% salt water X). milk Y). distilled water Z). chloroform Z). CHLOROFORM
Multiple Choice - Which of the following statements is NOT ture: W). all living things require energy except in some states of dormancy X). energy is transformed from one state to another in living things Y). the laws of thermodynamics do not apply Y). THE LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS DO NOT APPLY TO LIVING THINGS
Multiple Choice - During which of the following embryonic stages of human are all 3 germ layers formed: W). zygote X). blastula Y). gastrula Z). morula Y). GASTRULA
Multiple Choice - Which of the following do all chordates possess at some time in their lives: W). gill slits X). radula Y). book lungs Z). exoskeleton W). GILL SLITS
Short Answer - In certain disease, red blood cells are damaged and destroyed in massive numbers. What organ will often enlarge under these circumstances and be central in the removal of the abnormal red blood cells and their breakdown products? SPLEEN
Short Answer - Name all of of the following 4 molecules that serve as neurotransmitters in vertebrates: adrenaline; dopamine; serotonin; sphingosine (read as: SFING-go-seen) ADRENALINE ; DOPAMINE; SEROTONIN (ACCEPT: ALL BUT SPHINGOSINE)
Short Answer - What is the most common term used to describe a hydrocarbon chain that has all single bonds between carbons? SATURATED
Multiple Choice - Which of the following does NOT occur in mitosis: W). synapsis of chromosomes X). chromosomes line up at metaphase Y). nuclear membrane dissolves Z). sister chromatids separate W). SYNAPSIS OF CHROMOSOMES
Short Answer - If a normal human lymphocyte underwent mitosis but NOT cytokinesis, home many chromosomes would the cell have? 92
Short Answer - The structure of proteins is classified from primary through quaternary levels. Which level is determined by the sequence of its amino acids? PRIMARY
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most common term biologist use to indicate that an enzyme has lost its normal 3-dimensional shape: W). virulent X). catalyzed Y). denatured Z). degenerated Y). DENATURED
Short Answer - By words or numbers, name all of the following 3 physical or chemical changes that will typically denature a protein: 1). large changes in pH; 2) rapid cooling to 4C; 3). heating to over 45C 1 AND 3
Short Answer - Into what organelle does the nuclear membrane get absorbed at the start of prophase? ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (ACCEPT: ER)
What human blood type has antibodies to only group A antigens? TYPE B (ACCEPT B)
MC - Which of the following is NOT true of genes: X). can come in dominant or recessive forms Y). genes often lead to the production of a protein Z). most of the DNA sequences in chromosomes are genes Z). MOST OF THE DNA SEQUENCES IN CHROMOSOMES ARE GENES
MC- which is a set of reactions that do NOT require light & where CO2 is used to make 3 carbon sugar phosphate molecules that are late used to make 6 carbon sugars: W). photosystem-2 X). Calvin cycle Y). citric acid cycle Z). electron transport X). CALVIN CYCLE
MC- Which of the following instruments did Louis Pasteur use in dispelling the theory of spontaneous generation: W). swan necked flasks with boiled & unboiled broth X).open & closed jars with rotting meat Y).flasks of amino acids&other organic molecule W). SWAN NECKED FLASKS WITH BOILED AND UNBOILED BROTH
Short Answer - What substance is most directly formed when oxygen accepts electrons at the end of the electron transport system of oxidative phosphorylation? WATER
Short Answer - Name all of the following 3 metabolic processes in vertebrate cells that release carbon dioxide as a byproduct: glycolysis; citric acid cycle ; oxidative phosphorylation CITRIC ACID CYCLE
MC- Which technique was used by Meselson & Stahl to separate samples of DNA that contained different amounts of DNA labled with a heavy isotope and a light isotope of nitrogen in their experiments on DNA replication: W).reverse osmosis X). centriguation X). CENTRIFUGATION
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 proteins that are soluble in water: collagen; hemoglobin; insuluin; DNA polymerase HEMOGLOBIN; INSULIN; DNA POLYMERASE (ACCEPT: ALL BUT COLLAGEN)
Multiple Choice - In which of the following stages in the life of an average dividing cell would it spend most of its time: W). mitosis X). interphase Y). cytokinesis Z). karyokinesis X). INTERPHASE
Multiple Choice- Which of the following BEST describes the chemical makeup of a human chromosome: W). 100% DNA X). about 99% DNA and 1% protein Y). about 50% DNA and 50% protein Z). about 1% DNA and 99% protein Y). ABOUT 50% DNA AND 50% PROTEIN
MC - Which will most likely occur for a bacteria that is an obligate or strict anaerobe when grown in a test tube of nutrient agar that remains undisturbed: Y). the bacteria only grow at the top of the test tube Z). the bacteria only grow at the bottom Z). THE BACTERIA ONLY GROW AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TEST TUBE
MC - Which of the following molecules primarily functions to carry electrons from one place to another inside a cell: W). NAD+ X). ATP Y). UTP Z), pyruvic acid W). NAD+
Short Answer - From what embryonic germ layer are skeletal bones primarily derived? MESODERM
Short Answer - Progressing from the outside to the inside, what are the 3 basic embryonic germ layers in vertebrates? ECTODERM; MESODERM; ENDOERM
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 elements that are found in DNA and NOT proteins: sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus PHOSPHORUS
SA - What radioactive isotope did Hershey & Chase use to label the capsid protein of bacteriophage in the pivotal experiment supporting the theory that genetic information was carried in the DNA? SULFUR 34 (ACCEPT: S-35)
MC- Which organelle would be most abundant in cells that are producing large amounts of ATP through oxidative metabolism: W). smooth ER X). rough ER Y). mitochondria Z). lysosomes Y). MITOCHONDRIA
Short Answer - What is the oxidizing agent in the citric acid cycle that is derived in part from the vitamin niacin? NAD+ (ACCEPT NAD OR NICOTINAMIDE ADENINE DINUCLEOTIDE) (NO NOT ACCEPT: NADP OR NADH)
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is the most common energy intermediate that couples exergonic and endergonic reactions in living cells W). fat X). cellulose Y). glucose Z). ATP A). ATP
Short Answer - Name all of the following 4 cells that are typically diploid: zygote; lymphocyte; red blood cell; mature ovym ZYGOTE; LYMPHOCYTE
MC - What is NOT true about ribosomes: W). they help translate mRNA into protein X). theya re too small to be seen with a compound light microscope Y).they are about 20 nanometers in diameters Z).bacterial & eukaryotic ribosomes are identical in shape Z). BACTERIAL AND EUKARYOTIC RIBOSOMES ARE IDENTICAL IN SHAPE AND SIZE
MC- Which of the following enzymes most likely catalyses the removal of electrons W). transferases X). nuclease Y). hydrolase Z). oxidase Z). OXIDASE
Multiple Choice - Which of the following is considered the dominant generation in flowering plants: W). hypocotyl X). sprophyte Y). gametophyte Z). anthophyte X). SPOROPHYTE
MC- Which is teh most distinguishing characteristic of all vertebrates adapted to life on land from amphibians: W) lack of meamorphosis X). presence of true kidneys Y) production of amniotic eggs Z) presence of a coelom Y). PRODUCTION OF AMNIOTIC EGGS
Short Answer - How many carbon dioxide molecules are released in each turn of the Citric Acid Cycle? 2
Short Answer - By words or numbers name all of the following 3 places where you would most likely find dense meristematic tissue in a tomato plant: 1) just behind the root cap; 2) in the stem pith; 3) just behind the terminal buds 1 AND 3
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