BIOL 101 Quiz 1

BIOL 101 Quiz 1 Liberty University

(Updated as of 2019)

  1. The methods of science are limited. They cannot help us to
  2. Which of the following is not a part of an atom?
  3. Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:
  4. Although your text presents scientific truth as error-prone, it still asserts that it is a valid source of truth because
  5. Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
  6. What is one limitation scientists face in being sure they possess scientific “truth”?
  7. The term “teleology” expresses the idea that behind the designs seen in nature there lies a more ultimate
  8. “A mouse runs because natural selection happens to have given it feet.” This statement would be made by
  9. In 2003, Tyrone Hayes proposed that pesticides could be the cause of worldwide amphibian declines.  This statement is an example of:
  10. Chromatography is useful for separating ________ out of a(n) __________.
  11. The addition of neutrons to an atom affects its _______ but not its _________.
  12. Scholars face inherent difficulties when they try to scientifically apply revealed truth to the natural world. One reason for this is that
  13. When considering the question of origins, one value of having two complementary truth sources is that
  14. Many evolutionists believe that Pakicetus, a terrestrial mammal, is the evolutionary ancestor of modern whales because Pakicetus fossils are found below whale fossils in the geologic column.  This belief is an example of:
  15. The scientific method includes all of the following steps except
  16. Whales communicate over many miles using different frequencies of sound. This statement best described as
  17. The scientific method includes all except:
  18. Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
  19. An ion is an “atom” that has
  20. Many Christians believe that dinosaurs were created approximately 6,000 years ago because soft tissues have been discovered in fossilized T. rex bones. This belief is an example of:
  21. A total of 679 leaves fell from trees kept at 10°C, whereas only 83 leaves fell from those kept at 32°C. This is an example of:
  22. Protons have a ________ charge and are found in ________.
  23. In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is ___________.
  24. The carbon atom is uniquely suited to building large molecules because it:
  25. Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because

2nd set

  1. In a water molecule, the ______ bond between the oxygen and a hydrogen atom is _______ because the shared electrons orbit closer to the larger oxygen atom.
  2. Which of the following statement about atoms is true?
  3. Tadpoles raised in water with atrazine levels of 0.1 ppb should produce a higher percentage of male frogs with gonadal abnormalities than those raised in pure water. This statement is an example of:
  4. Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because
  5. A source of information and a source of energy are required in order for an organism to
  6. In forming a water molecule, the oxygen atom with six electrons in its outer shell forms ________ ________ bond(s) with hydrogen(s).
  7. Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
  8. Body systems work with each other in highly related ways. They perform functions that no one system could do alone. Which “Principle of Life” summarizes these facts?
  9. Many Christians believe that dinosaurs were created approximately 6,000 years ago because soft tissues have been discovered in fossilized T. rex bones. This belief is an example of:
  10. An ion is an “atom” that has
  11. In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the
  12. Although your text presents scientific truth as error-prone, it still asserts that it is a valid source of truth because
  13. The process that is not recognized as an element of the scientific method is
  14. In traditional Western culture, one widely accepted source of truth was __________ and another, more derived source of truth is
  15. Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms.
  16. DNA is a molecule found in living things. It is the physical starting point of the principle that
  17. Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth.
  18. Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to
  19. Chromatography is useful for separating ________ out of a(n)
  20. Compounds
  21. Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:
  22. Which of the following questions would be virtually impossible to address using the scientific method?
  23. “A mouse runs because natural selection happens to have given it feet.” This statement would be made by
  24. In an organism, the structure of ___________ determines its function; in a cell the structure of ____________ determines its function.
  25. Your mouth, an alpine valley or a swamp are all examples of ecosystems. All ecosystems on the earth taken together are called

Other sets

  1. A Bible reader can discover a reason for biological life’s significance by meditating on
  2. A collection of different populations forms a(n)
  3. A macro‐molecular structure in the cell is composed of
  4. A source of information and a source of energy are required in order for an organism to
  5. An ion is an “atom” that has
  6. Any substance found in nature will be either
  7. are larger molecules assembled from simpler building blocks called
  8. Atoms share electrons unequally in a(n) ________ bond.
  9. cannot be degraded further by ordinary physical or chemical means.
  10. Chromatography is useful for separating ________ out of a(n)
  11. Decreases in oxygen level at high altitudes cause hemoglobin levels in the bloodstream to rise because
  12. DNA is a molecule found in living things. It is the physical starting point of the principle that
  13. Electrons are arranged within spherical ________ arranged in concentric ________ in the structure of atoms.
  14. In the arrangement of particles within any atom, the outermost sort of particle is always the
  15. Many Christians believe that dinosaurs were created approximately 6,000 years ago because soft tissues have been discovered in fossilized T. rex bones. This belief is an example of:
  16. Recall the study on prayer for heart patients described in your text. Which of the following would be the hardest thing to control for?
  17. Sodium ions are attracted to chloride ions because
  18. The addition of neutrons to an atom affects its _______ but not its
  19. The carbon atom is uniquely suited to building large molecules because it:
  20. The process that is not recognized as an element of the scientific method is
  21. The term “teleology” expresses the idea that behind the designs seen in nature there lies a more ultimate
  22. The tiniest, most miniscule bit of a pure elemental substance is
  23. Virtually all monomer in cells are built into polymers by removing _________ from one monomer and ____________ from the other monomer, and using these products to form
  24. When an atom loses an electron, it becomes a positively charged
  25. When considering the question of origins, one value of having two complementary truth sources is that
  26. Which of the following examples from the living world exhibit well‐designed structures supporting well‐designed functions?
  27. Which of the following is a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
  28. Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
  29. Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six‐Kingdom classification system?
  30. Which of the following is one of our “Principles of life” in this course?
  31. Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:
  32. Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex?
  33. Which of the following statement about atoms is true?
  34. Which of the following statements is teleological?
  35. Which of the following statements represents an interpretation of scientific data?
  36. Within a water molecule, the electrons spend most of their time attracted more closely to
  37. Your textbook argues that revealed truth is more ________ than scientific truth.
  38. Your textbook discussed two separate approaches to truth. They were
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