5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Experimental Group
- Modern Forms of Life-Unity
- Control Group
- Enzymes (Proteomes)
- Experimental Variable
- a 1. All modern forms of life display a common set of characteristics.
2. Based on biological evolution.
- b Proteins that speed up chemical reactions. Proteins function as enzymes to synthesize and break down cellular molecules and macromolecules.
- c in an experiment, the group that is exposed to the treatment, that is, to one version of the independent variable.
- d independent variable, the component or factor being tested
- e the group that does not receive the experimental treatment.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1. Stores information in a stable form: The genome of every organism stores information that provides a blueprint to create its characteristics.
2. Provides continuity from generation to generation: The genome is copied and transmitted from generation to generation.
3. Acts as an instrument of evolutionary change: Every now and then, the genome undergoes a mutation that may alter the characteristics of an organism. In addition, a genome may acquire new genes by horizontal gene transfer. The accumulation of such changes from generation to generation produces the evolutionary changes that alter species and produce new species.
- 1. Cells and Organization
2. Energy Use and Metabolism
3. Response to Environmental Changes
4. Regulation and Homeostasis
5. Growth and Development
7. Biological Evolution
- Cells are the units of life
- in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of all eukaryotes; this domain aligns with the traditional kingdoms Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
- 1. Atoms
2. Molecules and Macromolecules
5 True/False questions
Extracellular Proteins (Proteomes) → Proteins hold cells together in tissues.
Prokaryotes → Is the entire protein complement of a cell or organism. Proteins are largely responsible for the structure and function of cells and complete organisms. All of the proteins that a cell or organism can make.
Biology → identification, naming, and classification of species based on common vertical descent ancestry.
Hypothesis → (microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission
Vertical Descent with Mutation → 1. Progression of changes in a lineage
2. New species evolve from preexisting species by the accumulation of mutations
3. Natural selection takes advantage of beneficial mutations