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End Game. Question 1. Chromosomes are produced in what part of an eukaryotic cell?. nucleus. Cell wall. ribosome. vacuole. Return to Game Board. Question 2. Which is a product of electron transport?. Glucose. ATP. water. Carbon dioxide. Return to Game Board. Question 3.

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Question 1

Chromosomes are produced in what part of an eukaryotic cell?

nucleus

Cell wall

ribosome

vacuole

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Question 2

Which is a product of electron transport?

Glucose

ATP

water

Carbon dioxide

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Question 3

Which organelle is known as the cell powerhouse?

nucleus

ribosome

Mitochondria

ER

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Question 4

Which statement is true?

In both mitosis and meiosis, the chromosomes separate once.

In both mitosis and meiosis, the chromosomes separate twice.

In meiosis the chromosomes separate once, while in mitosis the chromosomes separate twice.

In mitosis the chromosomes separate once, while in meiosis the chromosomes separate twice.

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Question 5

In a food pyramid, which organism has the LEAST amount of energy available to it?

Tertiary consumer

Primary consumer

Primary producer

Secondary consumer

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Question 6

Changes in an ecosystem result from all of the following EXCEPT

climate

Stability in a population size

Human activity

Introduction of a nonnative species

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Question 7

Which statement accurately describes the role of a particular organelle?

The golgi apparatus synthesizes and stores proteins

Mitochondria digest used proteins inside the cell and resynthesize them

Smooth ER produces and stores lipids

Lysosomes sort lipids for delivery to other destinations

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Question 8

What is the purpose of the cell membrane?

To separate organelles

To provide a pathway for nutrients to move within the cell

To link multicellular organisms

To form a boundary to allow wastes in and out of the cell

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Question 9

Proteins that catalyze biochemical reactions without altering the reaction equilibrium are called

enzymes

hormones

vitamins

chromatin

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Question 10

Which organizes groups of organisms in order of increasing complexity?

Eukaryotes, prokaryotes, viruses

Viruses, prokaryotes, eukaryotes

Viruses, eukaryotes, prokaryotes

Prokaryotes, viruses, eukaryotes

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Question 11

Usable energy is captured from sunlight by

chromatin

Golgi bodies

chloroplasts

mitochondria

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Question 12

Fluctuations in population size in an ecosystem are determined by the relative rates of all of the following EXCEPT

birth

Immigration and emigration

death

overfeeding

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Question 13

What is nitrogen fixation?

A process in which bacterial enzymes produce ammonia from N2

The cycle in which nitrogen passes from organic to inorganic materials

A process in which plants produce N2 to balance their chlorophyll production

The principle that describes why nitrogen stays at a fixed level in the atmosphere

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Question 14

The most vital part of an ecosystem is found in the stability of its

Predators and prey

Producers and decomposers

Abiotic factors

Biotic factors

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Question 15

In the carbon cycle, atoms are usually returned to the atmosphere in the form of

Simple sugars

methane

Carbon dioxide

Carbon monoxide

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Question 16

In humans, gender is determined by which chromosomes pair?

44

22

46

23

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Question 17

Which cells in a multicellular organism undergo meiosis?

Sex cells

sperm

oocytes

prokaryotes

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Question 18

A great diversity of species

Increases the chance that all organisms will survive major changes in the environment

Decreases the chance that no organisms will survive major changes in the environment

Decreases the chance that all organisms will survive major changes in the environment

Increases the chance that no organisms will survive major changes in the environment

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Question 19

Some plants and animals have adaptations that enable them to survive in a desert ecosystem. Most of these adaptations are a response to which abiotic factor?

Number of consumers

Number of producers

Amount of rainfall

Temperature range

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Question 20

Which phase of meiosis does the drawing represent?

Telophase I

Prophase I

Metaphase I

Anaphase I

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Question 21

Chlorophyll is contained in plant’s

chloroplasts

roots

viruses

mitochondria

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Question 22

The model of the food web is shown below. Which is true about the BIOMASS at the trophic levels shown?

Grizzly bear

Chipmunk Marmot Deer

Insects

Seeds

Grasses

Grizzly bears have the highest biomass

Deer have a higher biomass than grizzly bears

Seeds have a lower biomass than chipmunks

Grasses have the lowest biomass

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Question 23

Which are waste products of cellular respiration?

Oxygen and ATP

Carbon dioxide and ATP

Carbon dioxide and water

Oxygen and water

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Question 24

Which statement best describes the process of cellular respiration?

Cellular respiration circulates nutrients to cells

Cellular respiration uses carbon dioxide and water to synthesize glucose

Cellular respiration splits water molecules

Cellular respiration converts chemical energy into a usable form

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Question 25

The chemical energy generated by chloroplasts is stored in the bonds of sugar molecules until they are broken down by

mitochondria

ATP molecules

microtubules

lysosomes

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Question 26

The kind of cell division that allows offspring to have the same number of chromosomes as their parents is called

nondisjunction

meiosis

mitosis

polyploidy

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Question 27

During which stage of cell division does the number of chromosomes decrease from diploid to haploid?

Prophase I

Meiosis I

Meiosis II

Mitosis

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Question 28

Meiosis is a process restricted to

prokaryotes

Animal cells

Body cells

Sex cells

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Question 29

Both deer and trees react to changes in their surroundings, helping the to maintain a constant internal environment. This describes

homeostasis

predation

Antibiotic resistance

Autotrophic nutrition

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Question 30

A greater stability of the biosphere would most likely result from

Decreased finite resources

Increased biodiversity

Decreased consumer population

Increased deforestation

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Question 31

Which organism would be at the base of an energy pyramid?

carnivore

heterotroph

Autotroph

omnivore

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Question 32

What happens to the energy that is dissipated into the environment from a food web?

Absorbed by plants

Disappears

Released as waste

Released as heat

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Question 33

How much energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next?

10%

90%

100%

25%

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Question 34

An energy pyramid represents the following: grass, bird, grasshopper, and fox. Energy from which organism is consumed by all the others?

bird

Grass

grasshopper

fox

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Question 35

Which of the following is not a function of Interphase?

Carries out cell functions

Cell grows

Splits cell in half

DNA Replicates

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