← Bio Lab practical Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Klinefelter's syndrome
- a ability of the lens at the front of the eye to thicken and focus on near objects
- b occurs during meiosis when the chromosomes or sister chromatids fail to separate.
*an extra copy is present = trisomy
*a copy is missing = monosomy
- c large mass of cells that go unchecked
- d (XXY, chromosome 23) individuals possess male characteristics. Appear to be normal at birth, but secondary characteristics may appear late or fail to.
*longer limbs, diminished mental capacity, depression.
- e auditory, visual, and sensory receptors. balance.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- all the body cells except the reproductive cells (somatic or body cells)
- cell growth/protein production stop. focused on division. lasts 1-2 hours.
Checkpoint: ensures cell is ready to complete division
- parasitic infection that causes African sleeping sickness. Worm-like structures are the parasites.
- prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase. cell division in which the nucleus divides into nuclei containing the same number of chromosomes.
- this human germ layer contains: skin covering, nervous system, eyes, inner ear, lining of nose and mouth.
5 True/False Questions
effector → muscle or gland that responds to the initial stimulus or receptor
Poly-X syndrome → (XYY, chromosome 23) individuals possess an extra Y sex chromosome.
*no obvious signs or symptoms. males seem normal.
4 to 6 → when you exercise, the normal cardiac output of 5 liters of blood per minute increases ___ to ___ times.
Cerebral Cortex → neuron cell bodies. Left brain for language, speech, math.
Right brain for intuitive, musical, artistic abilities.
8 → cells that can become secondary oocytes form in a woman when she is an __ week embryo