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Bio Midterm Review

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Bio Midterm Review
This is a test to help study for honors biology mid-term. I've taken information from my review sheet and put it into a way to study that'll give you results and will eventually tell you what you have to work on. There will be a a slightly different test every time because questions will be in a randomorder each time. Does not include Chapter 7, 8 or 11 in the book/found on the review sheet. BIOLOGY

  
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1.  This is the cell membrane, what is the ovular (oval shaped) purple things that are coming out of the gray and have smaller purple things connected underneath them?
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2.  This is an example of logistic growth.
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4.  A consumer is also a heterotroph, which is like a human.
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5.  Animal cells do not have a cell wall make it more of a circular shape than a rectangular shape.
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6.  Which is an of an organic compound?REMINDER: An organic compound was at one time or still is a living compound.
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7.  Cells without nuclei are called
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8.  Active transport does not require energy. But passive transport does.
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10.  Carbohydrates...
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11.  What are the levels of organization, in order from largest (most complex) to smallest (simplest)?
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12.  Adding water to break down a polymer/substance into a monomer is called ________.
13.  What are the types of Nucliec Acids?
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14.  Facilitated Diffusion is a type of passive transport that
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15.  What are the nitrogenous bases of DNA?
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16.  Why can't certain things pass through a cell membrane? (Why is it selectively permeable)Think of the phospholipid bilayer while answering.
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17.  Which age structure diagram is an example of a developed country? A B
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18.  Trace elements make up less than .01% of your body mass.
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19.  The  diagram below is an example of
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20.  What does this diagram represent?
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21.  What is unique about the phospholipid bilayer?
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22.  The graph below is an example of ______________ growth. Contrary to the growth where the data reaches carrying capacity. 
23.  A solution with a higher concentration of solute is
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24.  Hydrophilic is
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25.  The diagram below is an example of ionic bonding.
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26.  Atoms within molecules are bound to each other by
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27.  How can you tell that a fat is unsaturated?
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28.  Where is amylase found?
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29.  Ionic bonds and covalent bonds ares similar due to the fact that
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30.  A(n) _________________ is an organism that produces it's own food.
31.  The attraction of opposite electrical charges plays a role in
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32.  Glucose is stored as ___________ in the liver.
33.  The specialized wings of a bird are an example of the ____________________ theme of biology.
34.  What are the 3 magnifications of a light microscope? In order from lowest magnification to highest quality..
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35.  Osmosis is best defined as the movement of
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36.  All the parts of the planet that are inhabited by living things are called the...
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37.  What magnification(s) are related to the light microscope?
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38.  What happens in denaturation?
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39.  Enzymes...
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40.  The four elements that make up about 96 percent of the living matter in the human body are
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41.  Not every organism is made of cells, but every cell is in an organism.
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42.  Proteins are
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43.  What is shown below is called  _________________.DNA--(transcription)----->RNA---(translation)---->Protein
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44.  What is dehydration?
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45.  Label in order starting at number one each part, use commas to separate each part of the microscope. Exclude number 2 and 4+5 (only write what all three of them are in one word...starts with an "o" and is plural) Do not write in numbers just the part of the microscope. #8+9 are two words.ex. using colors: blue, red, yellow
46.  What macromolecule does the cellular membrane have?
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47.  So ummm you may ask why i put a spongebob video into this...and I have no answer other than to say that possibly by studying "you're good, you're good" for the midterm???? okay im gonna just say not to write anything for this question because it is not graded.
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