Question 1 of 32
The standard error tells
Question 2 of 32
A complex individual that consists of organ systems is known as a/an
Question 3 of 32
The development of resistance of MRSA bacteria to antibiotics is an example of
Question 4 of 32
The face of a sunflower turns to follow the sun as it moves across the sky. This is an example of
Question 5 of 32
Which of the following URLs would you perhaps distrust in writing a scientific paper?
Question 6 of 32
Traditions, beliefs, and values are considered what aspect of human life?
Question 7 of 32
All of the changes that occur from the time an egg is fertilized through childhood, adolescence, and adulthood are called
Question 8 of 32
The cell you are examining under the microscope appears to contain a nucleus. This organism belongs to the domain
Question 9 of 32
After studying biology, it is hoped that you
Question 10 of 32
The information collected during the experiment or observation is called
Question 11 of 32
A controlled study when neither the patient nor the examiner is aware of whether the patient is receiving a treatment, is called a/an
Question 12 of 32
Which of the following is not a function of proteins?
Question 13 of 32
ATP carries energy in the form of high-energy
Question 14 of 32
Question 15 of 32
In an acidic solution
Question 16 of 32
What makes each amino acid unique?
A.the central carbon
B.the R group
C.the amino group
D.the carboxyl group
E.the carbon ring
Question 17 of 32
When an ATP molecule is used to supply energy, which of the following occurs?
A.a phosphate bond is added
B.a phosphate bond is broken
C.oxygen is removed
D.oxygen is added
E.an adenine is added
Question 18 of 32
What is the symbol for sodium?
Question 19 of 32
The sex hormones belong to which category of lipids?
Question 20 of 32
The monomer unit of a protein is
Question 21 of 32
What passes through the digestive tract as fiber or roughage?
Question 22 of 32
Which of the following is not one of the four classes of organic molecules found in cells?
Question 23 of 32
Consider the following experiment: A 200 MWCO membrane is in place, 10 mM glucose is placed in the left beaker and 9mM albumin is placed in the right beaker. Which of the following is true?
Question 24 of 32
Which of the following solutes would move the slowest?
D.sodium ion (Na+)
Question 25 of 32
Consider the following experiment: A 100 MWCO membrane is in place, 10 mM glucose is placed in the left beaker and 10 mM albumin is placed in the right beaker. Which of the following is true?
Question 26 of 32
Which one is NOT an example of a passive transport mechanism?
Question 27 of 32
In the simulation, albumin was able to diffuse through which membrane(s)?
A.200 MWCO only
B.100 MWCO and 200 MWCO
C.50 MWCO, 100 MWCO, and 200 MWCO
D.20 MWCO, 50 MWCO, 100 MWCO, and 200 MWCO
Question 28 of 32
Which of the following statements about osmosis is FALSE?
Question 29 of 32
In the simulation, sodium chloride was able to diffuse through which membrane(s)? (The molecular weight of sodium is 23, chlorine is 35)
A.20 MWCO, 50 MWCO, 100 MWCO, and 200 MWCO
B.50 MWCO, 100 MWCO, and 200 MWCO
C.100 MWCO and 200 MWCO
D.200 MWCO only
Question 30 of 32
Briefly describe what occurs when a red blood cell is placed in water (a hypotonic solution).
Question 31 of 32
Briefly explain how active cellular transport is different from passive cellular transport.