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11) How do radioactive isotopes differ from isotopes? A) Radioactive isotopes have more neutrons than do isotopes. B) Radioactive isotopes are stable; isotopes are unstable. C) Radioactive isotopes have fewer neutrons than do isotopes. D) Radioactive isotopes are unstable; isotopes are stable. 12) The second electron shell of an atom can hold a maximum of.
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11) What name is given to the functional compartments of a cell? A) genomes B) nuclei C) genes D) organelles 12) The DNA of a eukaryotic cell is found within the ______. A) archaea B) nucleus C) prokaryotic cell D) insulin 13) What are eukaryotic genes composed of? A) RNA B) organelles C) RNA and DNA D) DNA 14) What is a gene? A).
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21) The endomembrane system includes ______. A) ribosomes, lysosomes, vacuoles, and the endoplasmic reticulum B) Golgi apparatus, ribosomes, vacuoles, and the endoplasmic reticulum C) Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, ribosomes, and the endoplasmic reticulum D) Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, vacuoles, and the endoplasmic reticulum 22) A hormone that will be secreted from the cell is manufactured by ribosomes.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) A difference between marathon runners and sprinters is ______. A) marathon runners have more slow-twitch fibers in their leg muscles B) marathon runners have more fast-twitch muscle fibers in their leg muscles C) sprinters have a high proportion of muscle fibers that require oxygen to make ATP D) sprinters perform better in.
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Art Questions 1) Examine the following photographs. Which of the techniques reveal internal cellular detail?   A) light micrograph and transmission electron micrograph B) light micrograph and scanning electron micrograph C) transmission electron micrograph and scanning electron micrograph D) all three micrographs 2) Examine the structures of the plant and animal cells below. Which of.
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31) Which of the following is an acid? A) NaOH B) NaCl C) HCl D) CH4 32) A base ______. A) removes H2O molecules from a solution B) decreases the pH of a solution C) removes OH— ions from a solution D) removes H+ ions from a solution 33) The lower the pH of a solution, the ______. A) greater the.
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31) What is the name given to the reaction that breaks peptide bonds? A) dehydration reaction B) hydrogenation C) hydrolysis D) denaturation 32) A pleated sheet is an example of protein ______ structure. A) tertiary B) quaternary C) secondary D) primary 33) A protein's function is dependent on its ______. A) pH B) shape C) size D) weight 34) Destruction of a protein's shape is.
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11) In the following equation, lactose is a ______. galactose + glucose → lactose + water A) nucleic acid B) fatty acid C) disaccharide D) dipeptide 12) Table sugar is ______. A) glucose, a monosaccharide B) glucose, a disaccharide C) sucrose, a monosaccharide D) sucrose, a dissaccharide 13) For good health, it is important to include ______ in our diets. A) fructose B).
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31) A cell that neither gains nor loses water when it is immersed in a solution is ______. A) isotonic to its environment B) hypertonic to its environment C) hypotonic to its environment D) metabolically inactive 32) Some protozoans have special organelles called contractile vacuoles that continually eliminate excess water from the cell. The presence.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) People with lactose intolerance do not have enough ______. A) lactose B) lactase C) glucose D) fructose 2) A single carbon atom can form a maximum of ______ covalent bond(s). A) none; carbon only participates in ionic bonds B) 1 C) 2 D) 4 3) The following molecule is best described as a ______. CH3—CH2—CH2—CH2 A) protein B) carbohydrate C) hydrocarbon D) lipid 4).
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Art Questions 1) Examine the drawing of an atom below. The art is technically incorrect in that ______. A) neutrons are not located in the nucleus B) the electrons should be much farther away from the nucleus C) electrons do not orbit the nucleus D) electrons do not have a negative charge 2) Examine the following.
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31) Vacuoles are ______. A) membranous sacs B) manufactured by ribosomes C) composed of microtubules D) found only in plant cells 32) A protist that contains contractile vacuoles most likely lives ______. A) in a marine environment B) within the cells of another organism C) in fresh water D) in ice 33) In plant cells, ______ may contain organic nutrients,.
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21) Adjacent water molecules are joined by ______ bonds. A) covalent only B) ionic C) polar and covalent D) hydrogen 22) Adjacent water molecules are connected by the ______. A) sharing of electrons between the hydrogen of one water molecule and the oxygen of another water molecule B) electrical attraction between the hydrogen of one water molecule.
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35) When assessing victims of a psychological emergency, ask questions in a calm voice, and be nonjudgmental. 36) There is no need to worry about a victim becoming violent, if the victim's fists are clenched. 37) Victim care and crime scene preservation cannot be done at the same time. 38).
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Art Questions 1) Using the branching tree of life for bears depicted in the accompanying figure, choose from among the following bear species the one that is most distantly related to the sun bear. A) brown bear B) sloth bear C) spectacled bear D) giant panda 2) In the process of evolution by natural selection.
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11) What compound directly provides energy for cellular work? A) C6H12O6 B) ATP C) DNA D) fat 12) Energy is transferred from ATP to other molecules by transferring a(n) ______. A) adenosine B) heat unit C) photon D) phosphate group 13) Anything that prevents ATP formation will most likely ______. A) result in cell death B) force the cell to rely on.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) ______ is an example of an element. A) Water B) Carbon C) Glucose D) Salt 2) The four most common elements found in living things are A) nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and carbon. B) carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen. C) carbon, oxygen, potassium, and calcium. D) oxygen, calcium, hydrogen, and carbon. 3) Which of the following elements, essential to.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) In what way(s) is the science of biology influencing and changing our culture? A) by helping us understand the relevance of evolution to human health B) by revealing how mutations in genes can lead to disease C) by providing new tools for forensic investigations D) all of the above 2) What is biology? A).
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11) Which one of the following rescue techniques would require two rescuers? A) the sheet drag B) the extremity lift C) the firefighter's carry D) the walking assist 12) Never use which one of the following rescue methods if the victim has back injuries? A) sheet drag B) the extremity lift C) shirt drag D) the blanket drag.
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21) A product of glycolysis is ______. A) lactic acid B) ethyl alcohol C) O2 D) pyruvic acid 22) Which of the following is a result of glycolysis? A) production of CO2 B) conversion of glucose to pyruvic acid C) a net loss of two ATPs per glucose molecule D) conversion of NADH to NAD+ 23) The second stage of.
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31) What is the difference between discovery science and hypothesis-driven science? A) Discovery science "discovers" new knowledge, whereas hypothesis-driven science does not. B) Discovery science is based on deductive reasoning, whereas hypothesis-driven science is based on inductive reasoning. C) Discovery science is mostly about describing nature, whereas hypothesis-driven science tries to explain nature. D).
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Art Questions 1) Examine the two sugars in the following figure. How do these two sugars compare? A) Glucose has more hydrogen. B) Glucose has more double bonds. C) They have the same formula but different structures. D) They are structurally identical in every way. 2) The figure below shows ______. A) DNA B) RNA C) protein secondary.
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1) Most wilderness emergencies are: A) life threatening. B) preventable. C) not serious. D) due to forest fires. 2) The human body has basic physiologic needs; in order they are: A) food, water, shelter. B) shelter, food, water. C) water, shelter, food. D) shelter, water, food. 3) Without water, a person will die in: A) 1 day. B) 3 days. C).
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1) Which one of the following is not a basic principle of psychological first aid care? A) Each person has a right to his or her feelings. B) Every person has limitations. C) Physical trauma is more real than emotional trauma. D) Every person is susceptible to emotional injury. 2) The main consideration when giving.
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11) Respiration describes the exchange of gases between your blood and the outside air. Cellular respiration ______. A) produces ATP B) produces oxygen C) produces glucose D) uses carbon dioxide 12) Which of these equations describes aerobic cellular respiration? A) glucose → lactic acid + energy B) energy + carbon dioxide + water → glucose + oxygen.
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21) Which component of the following reaction is the substrate? sucrose + sucrase + water → sucrase + glucose + fructose A) sucrose B) sucrase C) glucose D) fructose 22) Which one of the following is true? A) An enzyme's function depends on its three-dimensional shape. B) Enzymes work generally on a broad range of substrates. C) Enzymes are.
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11) When keeping records in the wilderness, the T in the mnemonic CHART means: A) treatment. B) temperature. C) time. D) transport. 12) When assessing a victim in the wilderness, you should spend more time on the ________ than you would normally. A) primary survey B) initial survey C) secondary survey D) follow-up evaluation 13) If you have.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Which theory states that all living things are composed of cells? A) cell theory B) Hooke's rule C) evolutionary theory D) Mendel's law 2) What type of microscope would be best for studying the detailed structure of the surface of a plasma membrane? A) light microscope B) transmission electron microscope C) scanning electron microscope D) both a.
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1) Drowning is the ________ common cause of death from unintentional injury. A) first B) second C) third D) fourth 2) Recent studies indicate that most children drown in: A) toilets. B) home swimming pools. C) 5-gallon buckets. D) bathtubs. 3) Autopsies reveal that only about ________ percent of all drowning victims aspirate a significant amount of water.
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21) In a diving emergency, you should always assume that someone who dives into shallow water and is conscious: A) has multiple fractures. B) is in cardiac arrest. C) has aspirated a great deal of water. D) has spinal injuries. 22) A diving injury in which gases (usually nitrogen) enter the bloodstream is: A) decompression.
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21) Saturated fats are saturated with ______. A) carbon B) nitrogen C) hydrogen D) oxygen 22) By definition, what type of fatty acid has double bonds? A) steroid B) triglyceride C) unsaturated D) saturated 23) Which of the following is lowest in unsaturated fats? A) beef B) salmon C) corn oil D) canola oil 24) A fat that is hydrogenated is ______. A) more unsaturated B) easier.
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  Multiple-Choice Questions 1) What is energy? A) the capacity to cause movement B) the capacity to cause change C) a measure of calories D) a measure of disorder 2) An object at rest has no ______ energy, but it may have ______ energy resulting from its location or structure. A) kinetic... potential B) kinetic... conserved C) potential... kinetic D) stored....
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21) A newly discovered multicellular organism obtains food by digesting dead organisms. Such an organism is most likely a member of the kingdom ______. A) Plantae B) Fungi C) Protista D) Animalia 22) Members of the kingdom Plantae differ from members of the other kingdoms of Eukarya in that most members of the kingdom Plantae.
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