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Are you feeling the (osmotic) pressure to start studying for your Advanced Placement Biology exam? If so, look no further for a chance to review the important AP topics you’ll need to know to ace your exam. We’ll help you review embryology from amnion to zygotes and ecology from angiosperms to zonation. You can review blood types, blood pressure, and the blood vessels found in various types of animals.

You can find out more about gene pools, gene expression, genetic disorders, and of course the all-important genetic code. You can learn about B cells, T cells, cellular differentiation, and cell-to-cell signaling pathways. Whether this is your way to cap off your studying or just to kick-start it in the first place, take our quizzes to bone up on your AP Biology
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This test covers the essentials of Mitosis and Meiosis cell divisions and is helpful for all the students preparing for the Advanced Placement Biology exam. It features forty basic to advanced questions to test out your knowledge...

Questions: 122  |  Attempts: 5868   |  Last updated: Apr 13, 2020
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    The centromere is a region in which:

This quiz is to test your knowledge on Chapter 1 of A.P. Biology. Chapter 1 will be on Test #1, which fill feature Chapters 1-4. As such, it is suggested that you also take the quizzes for Chapters 2-4 if you are using this to...

Questions: 44  |  Attempts: 4894   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2021
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    ____ is the unifying concept of biology.

Questions: 98  |  Attempts: 1620   |  Last updated: Mar 11, 2013
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    For a couple of decades, biologists knew the nucleus contained DNA and proteins. The prevailing opinion was that the genetic material was proteins, and not DNA. The reason for this belief was that proteins are more complex than DNA.  This is because

Organelles are small, specialized structures in cells which operate like organs by carrying out specific tasks. Organelles are analogous to organs in the body of an organism since they perform functions necessary for cellular...

Questions: 22  |  Attempts: 1128   |  Last updated: Sep 24, 2018
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    Which is part of the endomembrane system?

Many processes occur within a living organism, and some we can only understand in AP Biology. The test below is based on chapter 8- Introduction to Metabolism. Give it a try and see what you understood and study up more on the...

Questions: 21  |  Attempts: 5427   |  Last updated: Mar 22, 2021
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    What is metabolism?

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What is the correct sequence of electron travels during aerobic respiration?
Option B - Food -> NADH -> Electron transport chain -> oxygen is the correct sequence of electron travel during aerobic respiration. In aerobic respiration (also known as cellular respiration) electrons travel in this sequence: electrons ar
What determines the difference in lipid and protein composition between the membranes of the endomembrane system?
In the eukaryotic cell, there are many parts. There are lipids and proteins between the membranes of the endomembrane system. The endomembrane system are in the cytoplasm within these cells. In the system, the parts include organelles, nuclear membr
What happens when you start moving away from equator towards the poles?
Biodiversity diminishes as you travel from the equator towards the poles. Typically, equatorial areas possess warmer climates and direct isolation. This climate allows for more producers, which provide sustenance for the plethora of food chains exist
What are some of the main reasons for Nondisjunction in mitosis?
Mitosis is the phase when a cell is divided into two nuclei during the cell cycle. Even though the cells are supposed to divide, there are times when they do not. During nondisjunction at least a pair of chromosomes do not divided and so there are an
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