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AP Biology Review Game. Question 1. Which of the following is the best example of K-strategist species? A- Fruit Flies B- Fish C- Humans D-Beetles E- Desert Annual Flowers. Answer is. C-Humans . Question 2. The role of oxygen in aerobic respiration is

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question 1
Question 1
  • Which of the following is the best example of K-strategist species?
    • A- Fruit Flies
    • B- Fish
    • C- Humans
    • D-Beetles
    • E- Desert Annual Flowers
answer is
Answer is
  • C-Humans
question 2
Question 2
  • The role of oxygen in aerobic respiration is
    • A- The final hydrogen acceptor in the electron transport chain
    • B- in glycolysis
    • C- in the Kreb Cycle
    • D-Exactly the same as a cytochrome
    • E- To reduce NAD to NAD+
answer is1
Answer is…
  • A- the final hydrogen acceptor in the electron transport chain
question 3
Question 3
  • Cows belong to which trophic level?
    • A- primary consumers
    • B- producer
    • C- decomposer
    • D- carnivore
    • E- autotrophs
answer is2
Answer is …
  • A- Primary Consumers
question 31
Question 3
  • The frequency of crossing-over event occurring between any two linked genes is
    • A-Proportional to the distance between them
    • B- greater if the genes are sex-linked
    • C- higher if they are dominant and lower if they are recessive
    • D- higher if the genes are in a male
    • E- higher if the genes are on separate
answer is3
Answer is…
  • A- proportional to the distance between them
question 4
Question 4
  • What kind of chemical bonds are found between the nitrogenous bases in a molecule of DNA?
    • A- Covalent
    • B- van der Waals
    • C- ionic
    • D- hydrogen
    • E- disulfide
answer is4
Answer is …
  • D- hydrogen
question 5
Question 5
  • Who was the author and naturalist who developed a theory of natural selection independently of Darwin and who is often credited along with Darwin for the theory we accept today?
    • A- Linnaeus
    • B- Cuvier
    • C- Lyell
    • D- Wallace
    • E- Lamarck
answer is5
Answer is…
  • D- Wallace
question 6
Question 6
  • Genetic Drift has the largest effect on allele frequencies when
    • A- mating is random
    • B- the population is small
    • C- there is no migration, in or out
    • D- there is no natural selection
    • E- there is no mutation
answer is6
Answer is…
  • B- The population is small
question 7
Question 7
  • Which extraembryonic membrane in birds is analogous to the placenta in mammals?
    • A- Chorion
    • B- Amnion
    • C- Eggshell
    • D- Allantois
    • E- Yolk Sac
answer is7
Answer is…
  • D- Allantois
question 8
Question 8
  • Polymerase chain reaction would be carried out to accomplish which one of the following?
    • A- To prevent a virus from replicating
    • B- To amplify a region of DNA
    • C- to identify the location of a point mutation in a genome
    • D- to identify a chromosome mutation
    • E- to prepare a specimen of DNA for X-ray diffraction
answer is8
Answer is…
  • B- to amplify a region of DNA
question 9
Question 9
  • All of the following structures are adaptations specifically for life on land EXCEPT
    • A- Xylem
    • B- roots
    • C- waxy cuticle
    • D- seeds
    • E- cell walls
answer is9
Answer is…
  • E- Cell Walls
question 10
Question 10
  • All of the following are correct about enzyme-catalyzed reactions EXCEPT
    • A- phosphofructokinase is inhibited by ATP
    • B- Enzymes speed up reactions by supplying necssary energy
    • C- enzymes lower the energy of activation
    • D- enzymes often require the presence of minerals
    • E- all enzymes are not active at the same pH
answer is10
Answer is…
  • B- enzyme speed up reactions by supplying necessary energy
question 11
Question 11
  • Pinching back a plant, removing the new leaves at the top, results in the plant growing bushier. This happens because when the new leaves are removed, ____________ is removed as well.
    • A- Gibberellins
    • B- cytokinins
    • C- auxins
    • D- ethylene
    • E- abscisic acid
answer is11
Answer is…
  • C- Auxins
question 12
Question 12
  • All of the following are true about cellular respiration EXCEPT
    • A- NAD+ is reduced to NADH during both glycolysis and the Kreb Cycle
    • B- in the absence of NAD+, glycolysis cannot occur
    • C- ATP is produced by substrate level phosphorylation during electron transport chain
    • D- the most important product of glycolysis is ATP
    • E- lactic acid is converted back to pyruvic acid in the liver
answer is12
Answer is…
  • D- the most important product of glycolysis is ATP
question 13
Question 13

Which is correct about the person from whom this karotype was taken?

A- Person has Klinefelter’s syndrome

B-Person has sex-linked conditions

C- Person has Down’s Syndrome

D- Person has hemophilia

E- The person has Turner’s syndrome

answer is13
Answer is…
  • C- The person has Down’s syndrome
question 14
Question 14
  • Oxygen is released…
    • A- Light Dependent reaction (light reaction)
    • B- Light independent reaction (Dark reaction)
    • C- both light and dark reaction
    • D- neither light or dark reaction
answer is14
Answer is…
  • A- Light Dependent reaction (light reaction)
question 16
Question 16
  • Photolysis occurs
    • A – Light dependent reaction (light reaction)
    • B- Light Independent reaction (dark reaction)
    • C- Both light dependent and light independent reaction
    • D- Neither light and light independent reaction
answer is15
Answer is…
  • A- Light Dependent reaction (Light Reaction)
question 161
Question 16
  • The population of peppered moths in England changed from white to black in less than 100 years. This is an example of
    • A- directional selection
    • B- genetic drift
    • C- disruptive selection
    • D- sexual selection
    • E- artificial selction
answer is16
Answer is…
  • A- Directional Selection
question 17
Question 17
  • The process by which some bacteria convert nitrate to free nitrogen is called
    • A- ammonification
    • B- nitrogen fixation
    • C- denitrifying
    • D- nitrifying
    • E- denitrogenation
answer is17
Answer is…
  • C- Denitrifying
question 18
Question 18
  • Which of the following is the dominant stage of the life cycle in moss?
    • A- Diploid
    • B- sporphyte
    • C- flowering stage
    • D- monoploid (haploid)
    • E- none of the above is correct
answer is18
Answer is…
  • D- Monoploid
question 19
Question 19
  • In order to move from the right side of the heart to the left side of the heart, blood must pass through the
    • A- mitral valve
    • B- vena cava
    • C- right atrioventricular valve
    • D- lungs
    • E- aorta
answer is19
Answer is…
  • D- Lungs
question 20
Question 20
  • A diploid cell has three pairs of homologous chromosomes : AaBbCcDd. How many different gametes can this cell produce?
    • A- 4
    • B- 8
    • C- 16
    • D- 32
    • E- 64
answer is20
Answer is…
  • C- 16
  • This type of problem can be solved by following this 2 raised to the power of the n umber of pair of alleles. There are four pairs of alleles, so 24 = 16
question 21
Question 21
  • During the period when life is believed to have begun the atmosphere on primitive Earth contained abundant amounts of all the following EXCEPT
    • A- oxygen
    • B- hydrogen
    • C- ammonia
    • D- methane
    • E- water
answer is21
Answer is…
  • A- oxygen
question 22
Question 22
  • Which of the following represents the correct sequence of events in embryonic development?
    • A- Blastula –cleavage-morula- gastrula-neurula
    • B- Blastula – neurula – cleavage- morula-gastrula
    • C- Cleavage- morula-blastula-neurula-gastrula
    • D- Cleavage- morula-blastula-gastrula-neurula
    • E- Morula- blastula-gastrula-cleavage- neurula
answer is22
Answer is…
  • D- A fertilized egg undergoes a series of changes in the following order cleavage (first division of the zygote), morula (solid ball), blastula (hollow ball), gastrula (formation of three germ layers ), and neurula (formation of nervous system)
question 23
Question 23
  • Chemical substances released by organisms that elicit a physiological or behavioral response in other members of the same species are known as
    • A- Auxins
    • B- hormones
    • C- phermones
    • D- enzymes
    • E- coenzyme
answer is23
Answer is..
  • C- Pheromones
question 24
Question 24
  • Hawkmoths are insects that are similar in appearance and behavior to hummingbirds. Which of the following is LEAST valid?
    • A-These organisms are examples of convergent evolution
    • B- These organisms were subjected to similar environmental conditions
    • C- These organisms are genetically related to each other
    • D- These organisms have analogous structure
    • E- These organisms can survive in similar habitats
answer is24
Answer is…
  • C- These organisms are genetically related to each other
question 25
Question 25
  • If an invertebrate possesses malpighian tubules, a tracheal breathing system, and an open circulatory system it is most likely to be
    • A- snail
    • B- sponge
    • C- butterfly
    • D- earthworm
    • E- flatworm
answer is25
Answer is ..
  • C- butterfly