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Life Science Midterm review. Part 1 – lessons 1 and 2 Part 2 – lessons 3 and 4. Part 1. Lesson 1 Review. Characteristics of Life. Anything that an organism responds to is called a ____________. All living things are called _____________.

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life science midterm review
Life Science Midterm review
  • Part 1 – lessons 1 and 2
  • Part 2 – lessons 3 and 4
lesson 1 review

Lesson 1 Review

Characteristics of Life

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When I turn my lights on in the morning my fish swim to the top of the tank to be fed. What is the stimulus?
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To determine whether euglenas can sense light or not, I shined a flashlight on them to watch them react. Shining a light on them would be called a ____

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Which of the following is a characteristic of all living things? A. All living things breathe oxygen B. All living things breathe carbon dioxide C. All living things reproduce D. All living things are fast.

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Which of the following is a characteristic of all living things?A. All living things grow hairB. All living things respond to stimuliC. All living things have lungsD. All living things need Vitamin C

streptococcus pneumioniae is a species of bacteria which kingdom of life would they belong to
streptococcus pneumioniaeis a species of bacteria. Which kingdom of life would they belong to?
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Every organism is given a scientific name, which is a two-word name made up of the organism’s ______ and ____.A. Kingdom and Phylum B. Phylum and Class C. Class and Order D. Genus and Species.

a is made from damaged virus particles and can be used to prevent viral diseases not cure them
A __________ is made from damaged virus particles and can be used to prevent viral diseases (not cure them!)
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Which of the following best describes a virus? A. A single celled organism with eukaryotic cells B. A multicellular organism with eukaryotic cells C. A nonliving particle with a core of DNA D. A nonliving particle that is multicellular.

lesson 2 review

Lesson 2 Review

Cellular Organization

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Why are organs different than organelles?A. Organelles are made up of cells, while organs are inside of cells B. Organs are made up of cells, while organelles are inside of cells.

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Using Fossil evidence, which type of cells have been on the earth longer? (first to evolve – therefore they are simpler)
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This is a __________. It is used to read DNA code and use it to make proteins. Cells are filled with hundreds of these (they are tiny)
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Eukaryotic cells are filled with many ________, which are like tiny organs for the cell, each with a specific job to do.
this is called the which packages and sends things to the outside of the cell using vesicles
This is called the __________. Which packages and sends things to the outside of the cell, using vesicles
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Temporary storage sacs in the cell are called ______________. In plant cells these are often filled with water, and give the plant structure.

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Which of the following takes place inside of chloroplasts? A. Glucose is produced from sunlight B. Glucose is used to make ATP C. ATP is used to make glucose. D. ATP is produced from sunlight.

what chemical process happens in chloroplasts
What chemical process happens in chloroplasts?

Fermentation

Respiration

Photosynthesis

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Which kind of cells have an extra layer around them called the cell wall? Animal cells or plant cells?
when this molecule loses a phosphate group energy is released what is this molecule called
When this molecule loses a phosphate group, energy is released. What is this molecule called?
the purple dots in this picture are most likely the of the cells this is where the dna is stored
The purple dots in this picture are most likely the ___________ of the cells. (this is where the DNA is stored)
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Which type of metabolism is called constructive metabolism, because it is the process of building big molecules?
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Which type of metabolism is called destructive metabolism, because it is the process of breaking apart big molecules?
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When simple sugars (glucose) add together to build complex sugars(starch)Is this a catabolic or anabolic reaction?
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When Complex proteins get broken down into smaller pieces called amino acidsIs this a catabolic or anabolic reaction?
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Enzymes in your body turn the fats you eat into smaller molecules called “fatty acids”Is this a catabolic or anabolic reaction?
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Goats must have special proteins in their stomach’s which are used to break apart the plants they eat. If they didn’t have these proteins, it would take over a million years for the plants to break apart on their own. These proteins they have are considered ______. A. Enzymes B. Pigments C. Vestigial D. Prokaryotic

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If a major climate change takes place and causes PA to have an average temperature of 5 degrees Fahrenheit, what kind of changes in animal populations can we expect to see.

How about plants?

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In nature, natural selection is the driving force of evolution.To domesticate animals, humans practice ________ selection.
many snakes have vestigial legs does this mean that their ancestors had legs or did not have legs
Many snakes have vestigial legs. Does this mean that their ancestors had legs or did not have legs?
a structure that two or more organisms share hair for example is called a structure
A structure that two or more organisms share (hair for example) is called a ___________ structure.
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Most human ear muscles are small and reduced in function (few people can move their ears) These muscles are _________
anything that helps an organism survive in its environment is called an
Anything that helps an organism survive in its’ environment is called an __________
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This pictures shows how the arms of vertebrates have the same bones, only modified. These bones are _____ since more than one organism share them

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The blind mole rat has ____ eyes because they have a functional set of eyes yet they are completely covered over by skin, making them useless.

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This picture shows the evolution of 4 winged insects. The bottom insect would be called the ____ ancestor of all 4 winged insects
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Goose bumps serve two major purposes: Keeping you warmer, and scaring off predators. Why are goose bumps vestigial in humans?
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Humans are amongst the only mammals that cannot produce vitamin C. We still have enzymes to make it, but we don’t have all of the enzymes necessary. Why do we have some of the enzymes though?

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Humans did not evolve from chimpanzees. Instead, humans and chimpanzees evolved side by side from a common _____
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The branch of mammals that we belong to are called the _______. This includes humans, chimps, apes, monkeys, lemurs, and tarsiers. (organisms with opposable thumbs)