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Z) muscle

Front

Most of the heart is composed of which of the following types of tissues: W) epithelial X) connective Y) nervous Z) muscle

Back

Species

Front

In the taxonomical name Homo sapiens, what taxonomical rank does 'sapiens' represent?

Back

Nucleus

Front

What organelle functions to isolate a human cell's chromosomes from the cytoplasm?

Back

W) have no known function in their present owners

Front

Vestigial structures: W) have no known function in their present owners X) function in an analogous fashion in species Y) evolve homologously until functional Z) control nervous system functions

Back

Plant Cell

Front

What type of cell is this?

Back

Photosynthesis

Front

It is generally believed that most of the oxygen in the air on Earth today came from what general biological process:

Back

W) wing of a bat and the arm of a human

Front

Which of the following are homologous structures: W) wing of a bat and the arm of a human X) leg of a cat and the wing of a fly Y) stinger of a bee and the fang of a snake Z) rattler of a rattle snake and the whistle of a song bird

Back

Capillaries

Front

What is the name of the blood vessels in vertebrate bodies where most of the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs?

Back

Z) ovary

Front

In which of the following places would meiosis (cell division) most likely occur in a mammal: W) skin X) liver Y) heart Z) ovary

Back

X) cell wall

Front

Which of the following is NOT a structure found in human cells: W) mitochondrion X) cell wall Y) lysosome Z) peroxisome

Back

Osmosis

Front

The spontaneous movement of molecules through a semi-permeable membrane in order to create equilibrium.

Back

Y) glucose

Front

Which of the following is the most common source of energy for brain cells in humans: W) nucleic acids X) proteins Y) glucose Z) pectins

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Obesity

Front

What physical condition that has reached alarming proportions in the U.S. population is most closely correlated with type II diabetes?

Back

Trachea

Front

What is the scientific name of the human windpipe?

Back

Nucleus

Front

These structures are located inside of a cell's...

Back

DNA

Front

What is the most common term for the biological polymer found in chromosomes that stores genetic information?

Back

Cell

Front

What is the basic unit of life?

Back

Chloroplast

Front

In what organelle of a plant cell does photosynthesis occur?

Back

W) neck

Front

Which of the following is the region of the body where the thyroid gland is located: W) neck X) abdomen Y) brain Z) arm pit

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Animal Cell

Front

What type of cell is this?

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