Biology 1 Honors Final Exam Review

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Biology Final Exam Review For Ms. Le's Class. The Entire Review Packet That She Gave Us. 

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During his voyage on the Beagle, Charles Darwin made many observations
-in England -in N America -in S America -in Asia
 
-in S America
In the 1800s, Charles Lyell emphasized that
-the human population will outgrow the available food supply -all populations evolve through natural selection -Earth is very young -gradual geological events in the past could explain the physical features of today's Earth.
 
-gradual geological events in the past could explain the physical features of today's Earth.
WHen a farmer breeds only his or her best livestock, the process involved is
-natural selection -artificial selection -artificial variation -survival of the fittest
 
-artificial selection
Charles Darwin's observation that finches of different species on the Galapagos Islands have many similar physical characteristics supports the hypothesis that these finch species
-have grown larger since Darwin's visit -acquired traits through use and disuse-all eat the same type of food. -originated from a common ancestor
 
-originated from a common ancestor
Which of the following statements best describes the findings of Rosemary and Peter Grant's study of the Galapagos finches?
-Finches with large beaks always outcompete finches with small beaks -Small finches reproduce more successfully than large finches -Food availability affected beak size -Beak size among finches did not affect reproductive success
 
-Food availability affected beak size
The separation of populations by barriers such as rivers, mountains, or bodies of water is called
-Timing isolation -Geographic isolation -Behavioral isolation -Genetic equilibrium
 
-Geographic isolation
A factor that keeps species separate is
-Reproduction at different times -Incompatible reproductive structures -Different mating behaviors -All of the above
 
-All of the above
The length of time required for half of the radioactive isotope in a sample to decay is its
-Half-life-Relative date -Radioactive date -Geologic time scale
 
-Half-life
In the past, mass extinctions encouraged the rapid evolution of surviving species
-By changing developmental genes-By providing new opportunities for them -Because they killed all organisms that had evolved together-Because they spared all organisms that had evolved convergently
 
-By providing new opportunities for them
One way master control genes, or homeotic genes, could have affected evolution is
-By causing mutations in other genes-Through small changes in timing during embryonic development -Through the evolution of species -By leading to convergent evolution
 
-Through small changes in timing during embryonic development
Which of these labels for fossils in a museum display contains an error?
-Dinosaur (MIddle Mesozoic) -Early Mammal (Middle Paleozoic) -Early Human (Late Cenozoic) -Early Marine Invertebrate (Early Paleozoic)
 
-Early Mammal (Middle Paleozoic)
An analysis of derived characters is used to generate a
-fossil record -phylogenetic tree based on DNA structure -cladogram -traditional classification system
 
-Cladogram
What does a cladistic analysis show about organisms?
-the relative importance of each derived character -The order in which derived characters evolved -the general fitness of the organisms analyzed -All traits of each organism analyzed
 
-The order in which derived characters evolved
Organisms in the domains Bacteria and Archaea were previously grouped in a kingdom called
-Anamalia -Fungi-Monera -Eukarya
 
-Monera
Which of the following is not found in bacteria?
-cell wall -membrane-bound nucleus -ribosome -plasma membrane
 
-membrane-bound nucleus
Unlike Bacteria, Archaea
-have cell walls -are prokaryotes -have two plasma membranes-are thought to be closely related to eukaryotes
 
-are thought to be closely related to eukaryotes
A virus's DNA or RNA is surrounded by a(n)
-protein coat -nuclear membrane -tail -endospore
 
-protein coat
Many cases of food poisoning are caused by bacterial
-toxins-decomposition -resistance to antibiotics -sterilization
 
-toxins
Bacteria are sometimes called nature's recyclers because they
-undergo conjugation -break down nutrients in dead organisms -can switch between respiration and fermentation -carry out photosynthesis
 
-break down nutrients in dead organisms
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all plants
-are eukaryotic -have cell walls -produce seeds -are multicellular
 
-produce seeds
Seed-bearing plants differ from all other plants in that
-they have vascular tissue -they do not have a gametophyte generation -their gametes do not require water for fertilization to occur -all of the above
 
-their gametes do not require water for fertilization to occur
Scientists hypothesize that the specialized reproductive structure that evolved most recently is the
-seed-pollen grain -ovary -gametophyte
 
-ovary
An example of a monocot is a
-moss -lily -fern -pine tree
 
lily
Which term below is least closely related to the others?
-leaf-seed-ovary-pollen
 
-leaf
Which of the following includes a plant embryo, a food supply, and a protective covering?
-pollen grain -spore-seed-gametophyte
 
-seed
In bryophytes, haploid reproductive cells are produced by the
-haploid stage -diploid stage -gametophyte and sporophyte -all of the above
 
-all of the above
In liverworts, the sporophyte is produced by a structure shaped like a(n)
-leaf -heart -liver-umbrella
 
-umbrella
Which group of plants produces seeds that are "naked"?
-bryophytes -pteridophytes -gymnosperms -angiosperms
 
-gymnosperms
The presence of flowers and outer protective coatings of the seeds distinguishes
-club mosses from mosses -angiosperms from gymnosperms -two classes of angiosperms -seed plants from seedless plans
 
-angiosperms from gymnosperms
In angiosperms, reproduction takes place in
-leaves-flowers -cones-pollen
 
-flowers
The non-reproductive parts of a flower are the
-carpel and stamens -filaments and anthers -stigma and style -sepals and petals
 
-sepals and petals
THe tough outer layer of a seed is called the
-seed coat -fruit -nut -embryo wall
 
-seed coat
A ripened ovary that contains seeds is called a(an)
-embryo-seed-fruit-vegetable
 
-fruit
Which type of plant lives the longest?
-annual -biennial -perennial -none of the above
 
-perennial
What fruit-eating animal likely would ensure the widest dispersal of a plant's seeds?
-rat -raccoon -bird -squirrel
 
-bird
THe early growth stage of a plant embryo is called
-fertilization -dormancy -germination -pollination
 
-germination
Tree rings result from yearly activity in the
-heartwood -vascular cambium -bark -cork cambium
 
-vascular cambium
In an angiosperm, pollen grains are produced in the
-stigma -filament-carpel -anther
 
-anther
During germination of many monocots, the developing shoot is
-preceded by a protective sheath -protected by a hooked shoot tip -replaced by the cotyledon -covered by the first pair of leaves
 
-preceded by a protective sheath
In angiosperms, xylem consists of tracheids and
-sieve-tube members -companion cells -vessel elements -parenchyma cells
 
-vessel elements
There is a one-way movement of water and minterals into the vascular cylinder of a root because
-water molecules are in high concentration in the root's outer layer. -nutrients are in low concentration in the roots outer layer. -the roof pressure is low-the endodermis has waxy cell walls
 
-the endodermis has waxy cell walls
When a plant moves its sugars from its leaves to its roots, the sink is the
-leaves-roots -stems -same as the source
 
-roots
When a carnivorous plant captures and digests insects, the most important result is that it gains additional
-oxygen -nitrogen -potassium -phosphorus
 
-nitrogen
The stomata of leaves are usually open in
-light if a plant has enough water -light if a plant has too little water -darkness if a plant has enough water-darkness if a plant has too little water
 
-light if a plant has enough water
Which of the following is the source of most of a plant's mass?
-water-air -soil -none of the above
 
-none of the above

(the actual answer was the stem, I believe)
Which of the following is NOT one of the three mineral nutrients most commonly deficient in farm and garden soils?
-calcium -phosphorus -nitrogen -potassium
 
-calcium
Both roundworms and rotifers have
-radial symmetry -complete digestive tract -segmented body -gastrovascular cavities
 
-complete digestive tract
Organisms that spend their entire adult lives attached to one spot are said to be
-sessile -heterotrophic -flagellated -symmetric
 
-sessile
A key characteristic of multi-cellular organisms is
-highly specialized cells -interdependent layers -multiple cell layers -all of the above
 
-all of the above
A person who has trichinosis likely contracted it from
-walking barefoot on soil infested with Trichinella worms -eating undercooked meat containing Trichinella cysts -mosquitoes -coming in contact with Trichinella-infested snails
 
-eating undercooked meat containing Trichinella cysts
The fastest, most agile mollusks are the
-gastropods-cephalopods -bivalves-rotifers
 
-cephalopods
Some type of body symmetry is found in all invertebrates EXCEPT
-cnidarians -echinoderms -sponges -flatworms
 
-sponges
A "rotating wheel" of cilia surrounds the mouth of a
-planarian -starfish -sea anemone -rotifer
 
-rotifer
Typical primitive arthropods such as trilobites had bodies that were composed of
-many segments -three segments -one segment -no segments
 
many segments
The body of an insect is divided into a
-head and thorax -head and cephalothorax -head, thorax, and abdomen-cephalothorax and abdomen
 
-head thorax and abdomen
Which insect is NOT classified in the same order as the others?
-ants -crickets -bees -wasps
 
-crickets
How many pairs of legs are there on most body segments of a centipede
-one -two -five -six
 
-one
Which of the following is NOT a likely reason for the evolutionary success of insects?
-the ability to fly has enabled insects to colonize new habitats -Insects as a group are not very diverse because there are relatively few species-Insects use many sense organs to respond to stimuli -Many insects have a life cycle in which the young are very different from adults.
 
-Insects as a group are not very diverse because there are relatively few species
Which arthropod does NOT belong with the others?
-isopod -barnacle -shrimp -copepod
 
-shrimp
Which modern-day arthropods are most similar to fossil trilobites
-dragonflies-fiddler crabs -horseshoe crabs -praying mantises
 
-horseshoe crabs
Which of the following structures are missing from many salamanders that live on land?
-lungs-kidneys -legs -eyes
 
-lungs
Blood flows through the body of a fish in a
-single-circuit open circulatory system -single-circuit closed circulatory system -double-circuit open circulatory system -double-circuit closed circulatory system
 
-single-circuit closed circulatory system
Modern jawless fishes include
-sharks -skates -lampreys -lungfishes
 
-lampreys
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of most amphibians?
-they live on land as adults -they breathe with lungs as adults -they have moist skin that contains mucus-secreting glands-they have scales and claws
 
-they have scales and claws
A four chambered heart is found in
-lizards -snakes-turtles-alligators
 
-alligators
The structure of a bird's heart ensures that
-oxygen-rich blood never mixes with oxygen-poor blood -oxygen-rich blood is always pumped to the lungs-oxygen-poor blood is always pumped to the body -oxygen-poor blood never enters the heart
 
-oxygen-rich blood never mixes with oxygen-poor blood
Which of the following vertebrates has a heart with four chambers?
-salamander -lizard-goldfish -cow
 
-cow
Oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor blood undergo the least mixing in the heart of a
-crocodile -turtle -snake-lizard
 
-crocodile
Which of the following is NOT a function of skin
-helps regulate body temperature -protects internal organs -contracts and relaxes muscles-helps prevent infection
 
-contracts and relaxes muscles
Which of the following is NOT part of the integumentary system?
-skin -cartilage -nails-hair
 
-cartilage
The main function of the skill is to
-produce blood cells -protect the heart and lungs-house and protect the brain -act like a lever for muscle attachment
 
-house and protect the brain
Where is the cardiac muscle tissue located in the body?
-heart -ribs -skull-bones
 
-heart
Which of the following produce keratin
-epidermal cells -sweat glands-adipose tissue cells -hair follicles
 
-hair follicles
What are the two layers of the skin?
-keratin and dermis -epidermis and melanin -epidermis and dermis -melanin and keratin
 
-epidermis and dermis
Which of the following is a protein that makes up hair and nails?
-sweat-melanin -collagen -keratin
 
-keratin
What is the skeleton of a newborn baby mainly composed of?
-bone-cartilage -bone marrow -collagen
 
-cartilage
Where is the protein called actin located in the body?
-marrow -thin filaments -myosin filaments -hair
 
-thin filaments
When an action potential reaches the end of a neuron at a chemical synapse, it triggers the release of
-neurotransmitters -sodium ions -dendrites-receptors
 
-neurotransmitters
The division of the nervous system that helps the body react to pain is the
-somatic nervous system -sensory division -autonomic nervous system -sympathetic division
 
-somatic nervous system
What types of drugs generally slow down the activity of the central nervous system?
-stimulants -depressants -opiates -cocaine
 
-depressants
Which divisions of the peripheral nervous system transmits impulses from sense organs to the central nervous system?
-sensory -motor -sensory and motor -spinal cord
 
-sensory division
Which of the five senses uses two types of photoreceptors called rods and cones?
-vision -hearing-smell -taste
 
-vision
Painful withdrawal symptoms can occur when a drug user attempts to stop using
-opiates -cocaine-inhalants -marijuana
 
-opiates
Alcohol does each of the following EXCEPT
-slow CNS activity -stimulate heart rate -impair judgement -disrupt coordination
 
-stimulate heart rate
Where does the process of chemical digestion begin?
-stomach -esophagus -small intestine -mouth
 
-mouth
A calorie is the amount of energy needed to
-raise the temperature of the body by 1 degree celsius -raise the temperature of 1 g of fat by 1 degree celsius -raise the temperature of 1 g of water by 1 degree celsius -none of the above
 
-raise the temperature of 1 g of water by 1 degree celsius
What does mechanical digestion in the stomach involve?
-absorption of nutrients by villi -pepsin and bile -muscle contractions -bile and pancreatic fluid
 
-muscle contractions
What is the correct direction of blood flow?
-right atrium--> right ventricle --> pulmonary artery -right atrium -->left atrium --> pulmonary artery -left ventricle --> pulmonary artery --> aorta -left ventricle--> left atrium --> aorta
 
-right atrium--> right ventricle --> pulmonary artery
Which of the following is NOT a function of blood?
-regulate filtration -distribute hormones-transport nutrients-fight infections
 
-regulate filtration
The function of valves in the heart is to
-stimulate the heartbeat -accelerate the flow of blood -prevent the backward flow of blood -serve as a cushion to prevent friction
 
-prevent the backward flow of blood
When infection occurs, the number of
-RBC increases -RBC decreases -WBC increases-WBC decreases
 
WBC increases
Which of the following is not contained in tobacco?
-carbon monoxide -caffeine -nicotine -ammonia
 
-caffeine
The germ theory of disease states that infectious diseases are caused by
-toxins -pathogens -heredity -materials in the environment
 
-pathogens
The body's nonspecific defenses against invading pathogens include
-antibiotics -mucus, sweat, and tears -antibodies -T cells
 
-mucus, sweat, and tears
The inflammatory response can cause
-permanent immunity -pain, swelling, and redness -antibodies to bind to antigens -T cells to attack infected cells
 
-pain, swelling, and redness
Humoral immunity originates from
-T cells -NK cells -B cells -macrophages
 
-B cells
An infectious disease is one that is caused by
-heredity -materials in the environment -pathogens -an organ transplant
 
-pathogens
Which of the following is NOT a step in identifying the pathogen that causes a specific disease?
-the pathogen should be found in the body of a healthy organism -the pathogen should be isolated and grown in a pure culture -the purified pathogens should cause the same disease in a new host -the pathogen should be isolated from the second host
 
-the pathogen should be found in the body of a healthy organism
A person who has received a vaccine against polio
-is able to produce antibodies against polio -is more susceptible to the polio virus than someone who has not had the vaccine -has polio antibodies in the bloodstream -has anti polio killer T cells in the bloodstream
 
-is able to produce antibodies against polio
Which of the following presents a risk of spreading HIV?
-abstaining from sex -sharing a needle -kissing someone on the cheek -using a sterile needle to receive a medical injection
 
-sharing a needle
Dialysis processes blood outside the body and
-carries urine to the urinary bladder -pumps blood throughout the body -returns filtered blood to the body -forces water into cells and tissues by osmosis
 
-returns filtered blood to the body
Which gland fails to produce enough of its hormone in the disease diabetes mellitus?
-adrenal -hypothalamus -pancreas -parathyroid
 
pancreas
Which of the following is NOT part of a nephron
-urethra -tubule -glomerulus -Bowman's capsule
 
-urethra
What percentage of the filtrate's water that enters the Bowman's capsule is reabsorbed into the blood?
-99-80-50-less than 25
 
-99%
In the kidneys, both useful substances and wastes are removed from the blood by
-reabsorption -excretion -dialysis -filtration
 
-filtration
When the hypothalamus detects a decreased solute concentration in the blood, it directs the kidneys (through the pituitary) to
-excrete less urine -return more water to the blood by filtration -return more water to the blood by reabsorption -return less water to the blood by reabsorption
 
-return more water to the blood by reabsorption
During the menstrual cycle, high levels of LH cause the
-corpus luteum to disintegrate -follicle to release a mature egg -uterine lining to detach from the uterus -the lining of the uterus to thicken
 
-follicle to release a mature egg
Which hormones stimulate sperm production
-FSH and testosterone -estrogens -androgens -testosterone and progesterone
 
-FSH and testosterone
What is the result of gastrulation?
-a blastocyst -a zygote -the amnion -three cell layers
 
-3 cell layers
Which of the following is NOT a function of the female reproductive system?
-to produce eggs -prepare the body to carry an embryo -deliver sperm -release eggs into the oviducts
 
-deliver sperm
Which organ system is responsible for making and delivering sperm?
-female reproductive system -endocrine system -nervous system -male reproductive system
 
-male reproductive system
Which of the following are required for fertilization to occur inside the female body?
-sperm must swim into an oviduct -an oocyte must be present in an oviduct -the nucleus of a sperm must fuse with an oocyte nucleus -all of the above
 
-all of the above
the placenta connects the
-fetus to mother's uterus -ectoderm to endoderm -umbilical cord to mother's vagina -uterus to cervix
 
fetus to mother's uterus
Which cell structure contains the cell's genetic material?
-organelle -nucleus -cell envelope -cytoplasm
 
nucleus
Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in cellular respiration?
-glycolysis, fermentation, Krebs cycle -Krebs cycle, electron transport, glycolysis -glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport -Krebs cycle, glycolysis, electron transport
 
-glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport
Cellular respiration is an aerobic process because it requires
-light -exercise-oxygen -glucose
 
oxygen
Which of the following is a phase of mitosis?
-cytokinesis -interphase-prophase-s phase
 
-prophase
Variation in human skin color is a result of
-intermediate inheritance -codominance-polygenic inheritence -multiple alleles
 
polygenic inhereitance
RNA contains the sugar
-ribose -deoxyribose-glucose-lactose
 
ribose
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