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Biology Lab Practical Exam 1
Multiple Choice Portion
Terms in this set (75)
The prefix milli means
The prefix micro means
The metric baseline unit for distance is the
The metric baseline unit for mass is the
How many mm are in one meter?
6.5g is equivalent to 0.0065
Expand 7.2 x 10*-6
Expand 5.4 x 10*3
On the____ temperature scale, water freezes at 0'
Water boils at
212 'F 100' C
Convert 50' C to Fahrenheit
Convert 50 'F to Celsius
How many micrometers are in 7.3 meters?
Which of the following is best for measuring a more accurate volume?
When using a graduated cylinder to measure volume, how should one read the measurement in order to obtain the most accurate measurement of volume?
The base of the meniscus
Convert 3 inches to the equivalent in centimeters?
Convert 101 'F to Celsius
1 x 10*-6 L=
1 x 10*0 m=
When using the electronic balances in lab, what must you always do before attempting to determine the mass of some object(s)?
Tare the balance properly
Ensure the balance to is clean
Ensure the balance is on level surface
What are the two types of microscopes used in your lab?
Compound Light and Dissecting
An object appears____ and____ under a microscope.
Inverted and Upside Down
What is used to clean debris and dust from the surface of a microscope lens?
What do we call the control that is used to bring an object into approximate focus?
Coarse Adjustment Knob
What do we call the control that is used to bring an object into sharp focus?
Fine Adjustment Knob
Which objective lens is the shortest?
Low Power Objective
Which objective lens is the longest?
High Power Objective
Which objective should be in place when first viewing a slide and when putting a microscope away?
Only one adjustment knob should be used when the high power objective lens is in place. Which one?
Fine Adjustment Knob
Rotating this disk changes and controls the amount of light passing through a slide?
A slide rests upon this part of the microscope.
What holds the slides in place?
To what revolving part are the objective lenses attached?
The center of the field of view remains the same no matte which objective is rotated into place.
Once an objective has been focus, you can rotate to another objective and the image will remain focused.
Describes how much an image has been enlarged
Describes how well details of a specimen on a microscope slide stand out against their background
The area or space throughout which you can move a specimen under a microscope and still have it remain in focus
Field of View
Describes how much detail can be seen in an image
Polymers are composed o smaller individual units called?
A specific example of a monosaccharide
A specific example of a disaccharide
A specific example of a polysaccharide
What color is Benedict's Solution?
The Benedict' test is used to determine the presence of what biological macromolecule in a solution?
What color will Benedict's solution turn if it indicates a positive test?
What color is the Biuret Solution?
The Biuret test is used to determine the presence of what biological macromolecule in a solution?
What color will Biuret solution turn if it indicates a positive test?
What color is iodine?
The iodine test is used to determine the presence of what biological macromolecule in a solution?
What color will iodine solution turn if it indicates a positive test?
Sudan Red is a test for____
Amino acids are the building blocks for what type of biological macromolecule?
Monosaccharides are the building blocks for what type of biological macromolecules?
The most basic units of life are____
Cells of ____ do NOT contain nuclei.
All cells are surrounded by a phospholipid bilayer called the
Small, membrane-bound structures within eukaryotic cells perform specialized functions are
What is an example of a prokaryotic organism?
What double lipid bilayer encloses the nucleus and separates it from the contents of the cytoplasm?
What organelle is found in plant cells but not in animal cells?
What component inside a cell is responsible for protein synthesis?
Which organelle is most closely associated with cellular energy (ATP) production?
The process of photosynthesis takes place in which organelle?
Cells from which of the following organisms would have a cell wall?
Which organelle is responsible for packaging and sorting proteins and lipids in eukaryotic cells?
What is the name given to the semi-fluid portion of the cell interior that contains all of the internal components of the cell?
Which of the following organisms is capable of photosynthesis?
Euglena and Onion
What type of slide must be prepared anew each time and observed immediately?
Wet Mount Slide
What type of slide contains samples that have been preserved and chemically fixed in place?
What is an example of a protest?
Euglena and Paramecium
Rhizopus belongs to which eukaryotic kingdom?
Onions belong to which eukaryotic kingdom?
Humans belong to which eukaryotic kingdom?
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