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A Beka Biology Quiz 10
central & peripheral
brain & spinal cord
brain
spinal cord
main divisions of the nervous system
organs of the central nervous system
principal organ of the nervous system
thick bundle of nerve fibers that is located within the verte…
central & peripheral
main divisions of the nervous system
brain & spinal cord
organs of the central nervous system
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A Beka Biology Test 10
ichthyologists
entomologists
giant manta
head, trunk & tail
scientists who study fish
scientists who study insects
largest known fish
three main body regions of a fish
ichthyologists
scientists who study fish
entomologists
scientists who study insects
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A Beka Biology chapter 10.1
arteries
veins
capillaries
circulatory shock
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
Microscopic vessel through which exchanges take place between…
critical drop in blood pressure from loss of too much blood
arteries
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
veins
Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
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A Beka Biology chapter 10.2
pericardium
septum
myocardium
endocardium
Membrane surrounding the heart
Divides the right and left chambers of the heart
The heart muscle.
inner lining of the heart
pericardium
Membrane surrounding the heart
septum
Divides the right and left chambers of the heart
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A Beka Biology chapter 10.3
arterioles
venules
carotid arteries
jugular vein
Blood vessels that are smaller branches off of arteries.
the very small veins that connect capillaries to the larger v…
the major arteries that carry blood upward to the head
Vein in the neck that return blood from the head
arterioles
Blood vessels that are smaller branches off of arteries.
venules
the very small veins that connect capillaries to the larger v…
11 terms
A Beka Biology, chapter 10.4
meatuses
bronchus
bronchial tubes
bronchioles
irregularly shaped pockets, or air spaces, in the nasal cavity
passageway leading from the trachea to a lung
tubes that branch smaller and smaller into the lungs
smallest branches of the bronchi
meatuses
irregularly shaped pockets, or air spaces, in the nasal cavity
bronchus
passageway leading from the trachea to a lung
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A Beka Biology chapter 10
arteries
veins
capillaries
circulatory shock
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
Microscopic vessel through which exchanges take place between…
critical drop in blood pressure from loss of too much blood
arteries
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
veins
Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
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A Beka Biology Test 2
sepals
petals
corolla
stamen
leaf-like structures attached to the edge of the receptacle
the most conspicuous part of a flower
all the petals
the organs which produce pollen
sepals
leaf-like structures attached to the edge of the receptacle
petals
the most conspicuous part of a flower
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A Beka Biology chapter 3
sepals
petals
corolla
stamen
leaf-like structures attached to the edge of the receptacle
the most conspicuous part of a flower
all the petals
the organs which produce pollen
sepals
leaf-like structures attached to the edge of the receptacle
petals
the most conspicuous part of a flower
26 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 8
cranium
ligament
cartilage
cervical
the largest portion of the skull
connects bone to bone
strong connective tissue that supports the body and is softer…
pertaining to the neck
cranium
the largest portion of the skull
ligament
connects bone to bone
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A Beka Biology Test 3
biology
organism
habitat
botany
the study of living things
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
the study of plants
biology
the study of living things
organism
living things
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A Beka Biology Quiz 16
integumentary system
epidermis
melanin
keratin
also known as the skin
part of the skin that is exposed to the environment
main pigment responsible for skin color
touch, flexible, waterproof protein found in hair and nails
integumentary system
also known as the skin
epidermis
part of the skin that is exposed to the environment
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A Beka Biology Quiz 9
A muscle that is under conscious control
A muscle that is not under conscious c…
long, slender cells that make up muscles
A muscle that appears banded; also cal…
voluntary muscle
involuntary muscle
muscle fibers
striated muscle
A muscle that is under conscious control
voluntary muscle
A muscle that is not under conscious c…
involuntary muscle
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A Beka Biology Quiz 11
corpus callosum
cerebral palsy
medulla oblongata
pons
The large band of neural fibers connecting the two brain hemi…
A loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms…
A portion of the brainstem that regulates vital functions, in…
A brain structure that relays information from the cerebellum…
corpus callosum
The large band of neural fibers connecting the two brain hemi…
cerebral palsy
A loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms…
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A Beka Biology Quiz 7
fern
spores
frond
sori
nonflowering vascular plants with spore-bearing leaves and ho…
tiny, one-celled reproductive structures that are capable of…
the leaves of ferns
small brownish dots on fern leaves, that are really groups of…
fern
nonflowering vascular plants with spore-bearing leaves and ho…
spores
tiny, one-celled reproductive structures that are capable of…
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A Beka Biology 10 quiz 1
Herbaceous plants
Habitats
Angiosperms
Fibrous root system
Refers to nonwoody plants
A region where a particular organism normally lives
Refers to all flowering seed plants, which produce seeds that…
Type of root system that has one main root with smaller roots…
Herbaceous plants
Refers to nonwoody plants
Habitats
A region where a particular organism normally lives
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10th Grade A Beka Biology 10.2
Pericardium
Septum
Myocardium
Bicuspid valve
white tough sack that encases the heart. It helps support and…
thick vertical wall that divides the left and right sides of…
most importantly that contains the muscles of the heart
connects the left atrium in the left ventricle
Pericardium
white tough sack that encases the heart. It helps support and…
Septum
thick vertical wall that divides the left and right sides of…
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A Beka Biology chapter 10.4
External respiration
internal respiration
Cellular respiration
Nose
The process of breathing, inhaling and exhaling air, and the…
Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between blood cells and…
The process of releasing the energy from food. This happens w…
The part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person o…
External respiration
The process of breathing, inhaling and exhaling air, and the…
internal respiration
Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between blood cells and…
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10th Grade A Beka Biology 10.1
Cardiovascular system
Plasma
Plasma
Fibrinogen
Made up of the heart, blood vessels, and blood they make
about 55% of the total blood volume
straw colored liquid part of the blood
blood protein that helps in the clotting of blood
Cardiovascular system
Made up of the heart, blood vessels, and blood they make
Plasma
about 55% of the total blood volume
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 17.3
Migration
shell
albumen
germinal spot
when animals travel to accommodate for the weather
the hard casing of the egg
the egg white
the place in the yolk were the embryo is
Migration
when animals travel to accommodate for the weather
shell
the hard casing of the egg
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A Beka Biology chapter 11.2
excretion
ureters
urinary bladder
urethra
Process by which metabolic wastes are eliminated from the body
The tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
saclike organ in which urine is stored before being excreted
Duct through which urine is discharged.
excretion
Process by which metabolic wastes are eliminated from the body
ureters
The tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
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A Beka Biology Chapters 1-10
Gymnosperms (Multiple Choice)
Angiosperms
Dinoflagellates
Brown algae
Plants that reproduce by seeds from cones
Flowering seed plants where seeds are covered by fruit
Algae that causes red tide
Kelp and gulfweed are examples of?
Gymnosperms (Multiple Choice)
Plants that reproduce by seeds from cones
Angiosperms
Flowering seed plants where seeds are covered by fruit
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A Beka biology 10. Chapter 16 terms
motile
sessile
symmetery
carnavore
A annimal that is_______can move frome place to place
being unable to move, but able to drow food toward you.
the quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing…
a animal that eats other animals
motile
A annimal that is_______can move frome place to place
sessile
being unable to move, but able to drow food toward you.
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A Beka Biology 10 Section 3.3
Simple fruits
Aggregate fruits
Multiple fruits
Berries
Fruits that form from one flower that has only one pistil.
Fruits that form from one flower that has several pistils.
Fruits that form from several flowers.
Simple fruits in which the entire ovary is fleshy and juicy.…
Simple fruits
Fruits that form from one flower that has only one pistil.
Aggregate fruits
Fruits that form from one flower that has several pistils.
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 16.2
tubidentata
carnavoria
dermoptera
edentata
ant-eating mammals with tubed teeth
flesh eating mammals
arboreal gliding mammals
toothless or peg-toothed mammlas
tubidentata
ant-eating mammals with tubed teeth
carnavoria
flesh eating mammals
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 17.2
contour feather
flight freather
down feather
rechis
the long, streamline feathers covering a bird
a kind of contour feather on the wings
the fluffy feathers close to the bird's skin
the flat stick coming from the quill of a feather
contour feather
the long, streamline feathers covering a bird
flight freather
a kind of contour feather on the wings
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 17.1
Ornithologists
Aves
bipedial anatomey
Roadside birds
scientists who study birds
the class in which birds belong
2-footed anatomy
birds with square tails that point down and live near the road.
Ornithologists
scientists who study birds
Aves
the class in which birds belong
10 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 2
grasses
deciduous
stolon
crown
considered to be the most important group of plants on earth
the term that describes trees that lose their leaves each fal…
a creeping stem of a grass plant that grows above the ground
the bushy head of the tree formed by the leaves
grasses
considered to be the most important group of plants on earth
deciduous
the term that describes trees that lose their leaves each fal…
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 20
invertabrate
arthropod
exosceliton
chitin
a animal without a backbone
An arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton,…
a hard shell
the substance that the exoskeleton is made of
invertabrate
a animal without a backbone
arthropod
An arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton,…
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 20.1
Ivertabrate
Arthropods
Chitin
Etemologist
A animal with no backbone
Invertebrates with joined apendeges
The substance that exoscelitans are made of
someone who studies insects
Ivertabrate
A animal with no backbone
Arthropods
Invertebrates with joined apendeges
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 18.3
turtle
carapace
plastron
sheilds
A reptile that lives in a shell
The upper shell of a turtle
The bellie shell of a turtle
the hexagonal bumps on the turlte's shell
turtle
A reptile that lives in a shell
carapace
The upper shell of a turtle
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 16.4
hoof
ungulate
ruminant
ruman
a hard, large, cartage based toenail
a hoofed animal
an animal that chews its cud and therefore has a rumen
the firs stomach of cattle that chew their cud
hoof
a hard, large, cartage based toenail
ungulate
a hoofed animal
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A Beka Biology 10. Terms 18.2
lateral undulation
concertina movement
sidewinding moving
rectilinear movement
The squiggle movement of a snake.
The springlike movement of a snake
The side-and-forward movement of a snake
The strate forward movement of a snake
lateral undulation
The squiggle movement of a snake.
concertina movement
The springlike movement of a snake
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A Beka biology 10. Terms 16.1
motile
sessile
annimals
bilateral symetry
an organism that can move
an organism that cannot move but can move food towards itself.
an organism that can move of its own accord
(: can be divided one way (horizontal)
motile
an organism that can move
sessile
an organism that cannot move but can move food towards itself.
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A Beka Biology Quiz 34
homeostasis
cellular respiration
active transport
phagocytosis
maintaining a stable internal environment
process by which a cell breaks down food to make ATP
movement of molecules across the cell membrane with the expen…
process by which a cell engulfs and takes in a solid food par…
homeostasis
maintaining a stable internal environment
cellular respiration
process by which a cell breaks down food to make ATP
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Biology Chapter 10 Test Terms (A Beka Biology)
pulmonary artery
purpose of bone marrow
tidal volume
fibrinogen
transports blood from the heart to the lungs
to produce blood cells and dismantle older blood cells
the normal amount of air we inhale and exhale
a blood protein made in the liver that helps in the clotting…
pulmonary artery
transports blood from the heart to the lungs
purpose of bone marrow
to produce blood cells and dismantle older blood cells
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A Beka Biology chapter 4.5
taproots
fleshy roots
fibrous roots
root cortex
penetrate the soil with relatively little branching, they are…
taproots that enlarge to store large quantities of food (ex.…
have no main section but spread out with very thin roots form…
the region of the root where food is stored
taproots
penetrate the soil with relatively little branching, they are…
fleshy roots
taproots that enlarge to store large quantities of food (ex.…
101 terms
A Beka Biology chapter 8 review
sense organs
pain receptor
thermoreceptor
chemoreceptor
an organ of the body which responds to external stimuli by co…
special cells located throughout the body (except the brain)…
Detect changes in temperature
Respond to chemicals
sense organs
an organ of the body which responds to external stimuli by co…
pain receptor
special cells located throughout the body (except the brain)…
23 terms
A Beka Biology chapter 8.3
corpus callosum
cerebral palsy
medulla oblongata
pons
The large band of neural fibers connecting the two brain hemi…
A loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms…
A portion of the brainstem that regulates vital functions, in…
A brain structure that relays information from the cerebellum…
corpus callosum
The large band of neural fibers connecting the two brain hemi…
cerebral palsy
A loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms…
37 terms
A Beka Biology chapter 8.5
sense organs
pain receptor
thermoreceptor
chemoreceptor
an organ of the body which responds to external stimuli by co…
special cells located throughout the body (except the brain)…
Detect changes in temperature
Respond to chemicals
sense organs
an organ of the body which responds to external stimuli by co…
pain receptor
special cells located throughout the body (except the brain)…
39 terms
A Beka Biology (Muscles)
Muscular system
Voluntary muscles
Involuntary muscles
Contract
Gives the body its shape and form. Funtions in moving the bod…
Muscles that are generally under conscious control.
Muscles that are not under complete conscious control all the…
To shorten.
Muscular system
Gives the body its shape and form. Funtions in moving the bod…
Voluntary muscles
Muscles that are generally under conscious control.
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A Beka Biology Test 1
biology
organism
habitat
botany
the study of living things
living things
regions where particular organisms normally live
the study of plants
biology
the study of living things
organism
living things
16 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 12
oxidation
starch
glycogen
cellulose
a process whereby a substance if combined with oxygen
A storage polysaccharide in plants consisting entirely of glu…
a type of starch manufactured by the cells of animals and man
complex chains of glucose making up plant cell walls
oxidation
a process whereby a substance if combined with oxygen
starch
A storage polysaccharide in plants consisting entirely of glu…
47 terms
A Beka Biology Test 4
cellulose
amino acids
enzymes
esophagus
a carbohydrate that cannot be digested in the human digestive…
the building blocks of proteins
catalysts made by living cells
the tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach
cellulose
a carbohydrate that cannot be digested in the human digestive…
amino acids
the building blocks of proteins
8 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 29
Hymenoptera
Diptera
Hemiptera
Coleoptera
social insects; bees, wasps and ants
mosquitoes and houseflies
true bugs; "half wing"
fireflies, June bugs and stag beetles
Hymenoptera
social insects; bees, wasps and ants
Diptera
mosquitoes and houseflies
9 terms
A Beka Biology chapter 4.1
terminal buds
lateral buds
bud-scale scars
nodes
the large bud at the end of a twig
buds located along the sides of a twig
rings which circle the stem, indicating where last year's gro…
areas where leaves are growing or have grown
terminal buds
the large bud at the end of a twig
lateral buds
buds located along the sides of a twig
8 terms
A Beka Biology chapter 4.2
bark
sieve plates
sieve tubes
wood
outer section of a woody stem
perforated plates at each end of a sieve tube
thin-walled, hollow tubes which conduct food throughout the p…
inner section of a woody stem
bark
outer section of a woody stem
sieve plates
perforated plates at each end of a sieve tube
10 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 24
kangaroo
opossum
blue whale
insectivores
largest living marsupial
only marsupial found in North America
world's largest animal
animals that eat insects
kangaroo
largest living marsupial
opossum
only marsupial found in North America
8 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 30
cephalothorax & abdomen
book lungs
spinnerets
maxillipeds
two body regions of a spider
respiratory organs of a spider
fingerlike organs at the rear of a spider's body that are use…
the "jaw feet" of a crayfish used to hold food
cephalothorax & abdomen
two body regions of a spider
book lungs
respiratory organs of a spider
10 terms
A Beka Biology Quiz 26
migration
flyway
flightless birds
crop
annual moving to a different region
route followed by birds year after year as they fly to differ…
emu, penguin and ostrich
special sac in the esophagus that serves as a storage chamber…
migration
annual moving to a different region
flyway
route followed by birds year after year as they fly to differ…
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