BIOL 101 Quiz 5,6,7,8

BIOL 101 Quiz 5 Your Body at Work

  1. When a vaccine is given to a person with a healthy immune system, the result is
  2. The structure of a human neuron is made up of a
  3. The entire human nervous system is organized into the central nervous system and the _______ nervous system.
  4. Which of the following brain regions and their functions are improperly matched?
  5. In the basic structure of the human heart, blood first flows through the right atrium, then it travels to the:
  6. The role of the ___________ branch of the autonomic nervous system mediates control of organ processes when the body is essentially
  7. The function of the ureter is to
  8. The hepatic portal vein forms from capillary beds in ______________ and leads to a second set of capillary beds in
  9. A muscle is composed of thousands of muscle cells (fibers) bound into groups of 100 or more fibers call __________ each of which is surrounded by _________ tissue called perimysium.
  10. The function of the urinary bladder is to
  11. Which of the following processes is involved in muscle contraction?
  12. Which of the following types of tissue helps to keep both our blood pressure regulated and our digestive processes effective?
  13. Which structure within the brain has the role of generating emotions?
  14. As a student runs up a flight of stairs, her integumentary system serves her by
  15. Your adaptive immune response has all of the following characteristics except that it is not
  16. Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?
  17. Fluoxetine HCl affects synapses by
  18. Cranial and spinal nerves of the peripheral nervous system serve
  19. In the human immune system, the three general lines of defense are
  20. Which of the following sequences would best describe how a signal moves through a reflex arc?
  21. Which is not a sign or symptom of inflammation?
  22. What is the name of a contractile unit of a muscle?
  23. The structure of a human neuron uniquely and perfectly fits it for its signal-carrying role. The neuron is
  24. Which of the following is a type of neuron that receives a stimulus and transmits it to the central nervous system?
  25. Which of the following is part of the human digestive system, correctly matched to the role it plays in the digestion process?

BIOL 101 Quiz 6 Passing on Life to Another Generation

  1. In the human body, melatonin supplementation is thought to help overcome the effects of
  2. Which of the following methods by which human conception can be postponed is least invasive of the complexity of human physiology?
  3. When there is little or no lactose present in a bacterium’s environment then:
  4. The reproductive system uses the hormones ________ and (later on) ____________ to “think ahead”. They guide the preparation of the uterus for its role in supporting pregnancy.
  5. In the human life cycle, diploid cells undergo a cell division process called __________. The resulting haploid cells later fuse during ___________ which regenerates diploid cells.
  6. Haploid secondary spermatocytes go on directly to complete meiosis forming four spermatid cells. These will differentiate into sperm cells. The last stage of meiosis (that generates the spermatids) is called
  7. The stages of meiosis are
  8. When the lactose operon is functioning
  9. When an environmental change shifts an organism’s internal chemistry toward a new state, the organism’s response is to try to return its chemistry toward the original state. This tendency on the organism’s part is called
  10. How does a Venus fly trap close? Once expansin has weakened the cellulose in the walls of the leaf trap cells,
  11. Dilation of the cervix is a chemical procedure that
  12. Which of the following will end a pregnancy?
  13. The specialized process that halves the number of chromosomes during sex cell formation is named
  14. In the lactose operon of E.coli, how does the repressor protein change its shape?
  15. Which of the following are involved in the control of sperm cell production?
  16. Early in your own development, a subset of diploid cells called ____________ began to develop within your pre-ectodermal tissue. These cells will eventually lodge in the gonadal ridge. Still later they will go through meiosis and give rise to primary oocytes or primary spermatocytes.
  17. In Iris plants asexual reproduction results from
  18. Which of the following is an example of asexual reproduction in plants?
  19. Which of the following different methods by which human conception can be postponed involves altering the hormonal chemistry of the female partner?
  20. A living thing need to be responsive because
  21. The mature egg, once ruptured from its follicle is swept into the _____________ by finger-like fringes called
  22. Which of the following is a biological approach to determining when a mother and her conceptus become separate individuals?
  23. Sperm cell production occurs within the interior lining of the ______________.
  24. The portion of meiosis in which the total number of chromosomes is reduced to half is called the reduction division. Which stage below brings this about?
  25. In the Venus Fly trap, how does the enzyme expansin help to close the trap?

BIOL 101 Quiz 7 The Biology of Change Through Time

  1. Directional selection
  2. One feature of Enlightenment Thinking was the tendency to
  3. Directional selection has been used to
  4. The role of the barbule in the primary flight feather is to
  5. Which of the following organisms were not observed by Charles Darwin while reading and voyaging the world?
  6. Preening behavior enables a bird to continue to fly successfully by
  7. One problem associated with evolving a system in which RNA bases code for amino acids is that
  8. One advantage associated with viewing RNA as the original site of information storage in the primitive cell is that RNA
  9. Mycoplasma genitalium is well known for the _________ infections it causes.
  10. In the early pages of the Genesis record, the first stage of life history could best be described as
  11. Could RNA have been the original site of information storage in the primitive cell? A difficult problem with this possibility is that
  12. The potential power of directional selection cannot be demonstrated in a real population if
  13. One major problem with the speculation that the origin of life occurred at geothermal vent is that
  14. To a design theorist a beneficial mutation
  15. The Design theorist comes to the conclusion that most mutations occurring today are harmful because
  16. In the evolutionary model, mutation ______ genes that will develop a better organism while natural selection ______ genes that will develop a better organism.
  17. The term _________ represents a predictive theory of how a species might change with time, whereas the term ________ assumes that nature can create whole new structures and organisms.
  18. Which of the following phrases best evaluates the naturalistic hypothesis for its value in explaining the origins of new structures like the flight feather?
  19. Which of the following could be a new mutation needed to generate appropriate structures for flight feathers? a mutation that:
  20. Charles Darwin believed that whole new species originated as a result of
  21. Darwin interpreted his observations of nature to mean that
  22. Which of the following is a basic evolutionary advance needed to convert a down-like feather into a primary flight feather.
  23. Natural selection is limited in its effectiveness in preserving new favorable mutations in an environment that
  24. The third stage of life history implied in the early pages of the Genesis record could best be described as
  25. During the formation of a feather which of the following structures appears as a result of early induction events within the dermal layer of the wing surface?

BIOL 101 Quiz 8 The Diversity and Relationships of Life

  1. Which of the following defense tactics do plants use to keep from being preyed upon?
  2. The best term to describe the species-species interaction between Pseudomyrmex ants and the bullhorn acacia plant would be
  3. An evolutionary theorist believes that large groups of organisms are related to each other by _________ while a design theorist believes that such groups are related to each other in
  4. The large eukaryote, Zonotrichia leucophrys belongs to the large “Group” Opisthokonta because it
  5. An area providing cool, moist conditions with rocks and decaying logs at an appropriate elevation and rainfall level constitutes a good ________ for the Peaks of Otter salamander.
  6. Which of the following is one of seven basic characteristics used to classify living things?
  7. Which of the following choices most accurately represents the scientific name for human beings?
  8. Which of the following is one of the seven basic characteristics used to classify living things?
  9. Studying competition between the Peaks of Otter salamander and the Eastern Redback salamander would be an example of studying ecology at the _______ level.
  10. Your textbook describes two sequential _________ of interaction between organisms and their environments that have existed since God’s creative work began.
  11. The diatom, Ellerbeckia arenaria belongs to the large “Group” Stramenopiles because it
  12. The large eukaryote, Amoeba proteus belongs to the large “Group” Amoebozoa because
  13. Which of the following is a problem that confounds attempts to organize the entire living world for study?
  14. In the minds of design theorists, separate clades (large groups) derive from
  15. The microbe, Euglena gracilis belongs to the large “Group” Discicristates because it
  16. The microbe, Pyrodictium occultum belongs to the large “Group” Archaea because it
  17. Which of the following is a problem that confounds attempts to organize the entire living world for study?
  18. Species of organisms are collected into a Genus by
  19. The phytoplankton of a lake would be found in highest numbers in the ________ zone.
  20. The state of flux in which modern systematic groupings exists is shown by the fact that the largest category in some groupings is the “Kingdom” while in others it is the
  21. The state of flux in modern systematic groupings could best be described as/seen in
  22. A fallen, decaying created order still needs to be stewarded carefully because
  23. In the human – Greater honeyguide mutualism, the honeyguide bird is benefited by
  24. Interspecific competition is defined as
  25. Seeking to scientifically name each variety of life-form we find and relate it to other similar species is a discipline known as
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  1. BIOL 101 Quiz 5 Body at Work
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  3. BIOL 101 Quiz Classification of Living Things
  4. BIOL 101 Quiz 8 Diversity
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