B Neither of the two daughter cells would be radioactive. The nuclear material is found as a singular circular chromosome. B The nucleosome is the most basic structural subunit. Which of the following would most likely cause a mutation? However, protists and bacteria are in different biological kingdoms. B The nucleosome is the most basic structural subunit. How do you describe this type of transport across the cell membrane? These regions are generally low in gene density, low in transcription, low in recombination, late replicating, are involved in protecting the end from degradation and end-to-end fusions and in completing replication. They 'ate' organic compounds and reproduced, slowly forming more complicated structures.
Adhesion allows water to stick to other things like tape. Which of the following describes why the Miller-Urey theory is widely accepted today? D Histones are positively charged. A human baby boy inherits a recessive allele from his mother. Some organisms, which were previously characterized together, were determined to be genetically very different. B The nucleosome is its most basic functional subunit. B the human genome is more complex than that of other species. If a cell were unable to produce histone proteins, which of the following would be expected to occur? They are very similar in that they contain many of the same parts.
What do we call those organisms that are able to grow in little or no soil that first appear? Based upon the information shown in the cladogram below, which trait would most likely be observed in ray-finned fish? Which of the following best represents the relationship between enzyme concentration and reaction rate? The repeats are normally a few hundred base pairs in length. E Spirochetes and spirilla are basically the same organisms and the terms can be used interchangeably. Their feet push the surface of the water down slightly, somewhat like a person walking across a trampoline, but they do not break the surface. B Endospores allow a cell to survive environmental changes by producing a dormant period with no growth. Microscopes let us see cells. Lipids include oils, fats, and waxes.
Which of the following statements concerning the eukaryotic chromosome is false? Picture 2 is a carbohydrate. In pure water, a red blood cell from an animal will swell and burst, but a leaf cell from a plant will not. What structure is described in her notes? What is the best explanation for what happened? Which of the following processes is most likely going on in the muscles of the weightlifter as he competes in his event? B Both heterochromatin and euchromatin are found in the cytoplasm. C Replication is not conservative. A medical test indicates that a patient has a defective protein. A a B b C both a and b D neither a nor b E The answer cannot be determined based on the information provided. In his work with pneumonia-causing bacteria and mice, Griffith found that A the protein coat from pathogenic cells was able to transform nonpathogenic cells.
A Prokaryotic chromosomes have histones, whereas eukaryotic chromosomes do not. D lives in an extreme environment. While eukaryotes are radically different from one another, they do have three general parts that allow them to carry out these processes of life. In Eucaryotes ribosomes are 80s. The numbered boxes in the diagram represent which of the following? How can this process affect other organisms in the water? C Phosphorylation of all proteins in the cell must result. Prokaryotes also lack cell organelles such as mitochondria.
Cell 1 she identified as a plant cell and Cell 2 as an animal cell. Which invention from the 17th century allowed for the development of modern cell theory? The correct answer is: D. Which of the following structure is where photosynthesis occurs in the cell below? This condition is most likely due to a change in the directions coded in the: D. What characteristic of fungi makes them different from plants? B Helicases and single-strand binding proteins work at the 5' end. B the leading strand is synthesized by adding nucleotides to the 3ʹ end of the growing strand, and the lagging strand is synthesized by adding nucleotides to the 5ʹ end. Definition Glycerol unit is removed and feeds into glycolysis and the fatty acids can be oxidized in the beta-oxidation pathway where they are stored by 2 C with each turn of the cycle. This is the upper rear part of the brain.
Which of the following represents the primer sequence? Which of the following would you expect as a result of this mutation? Why wonʹt this experiment work? What is the relationship between these three structures? What property of water allows it to be such a versatile solvent? E The number of genes on each chromosome is different in different cell types. B Okazaki fragments prevent elongation in the 3ʹ to 5ʹ direction. B No replication fork will be formed. What combination of molecules could repair such damage? E Their Gram reaction is due to the outer membrane. Predict what would happen to side A after a few hours. A Prokaryotic cell does not contain a nucleus. B dhe leading strand is synthe3ized by adding nucleotides to the 3' end of the growing strajd, and the lagging strand is synthesized by adding nucleotides to the 5' end.
C the amount of A is always equivalent to T, and C to G. Carbon Dioxide was removed by photosynthesis. A nucleus -nucleiod region B mitochondria prokaryotic plasma membrane C chloroplasts thylakoids D cilia pili E 9+2 flagella bacterial flagella Answer: D Section: 4. Because other substances are blocked from entering, this membrane is called B. Jenn is studying a population of fish found in a pond that has a decreasing carrying capacity. The organisms share a common ancestry.
Which of the following diagrams accurately represents the use of gases in both cellular respiration and photosynthesis? How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis related, in terms of energy? Which of the following identifies the process shown at point Z? A Mutant mice were resistant to bacterial infections. Produces are in largest area, then primary consumers, then secondary consumers. C Active transcription occurs on euchromatin. D the amount of ribose is always equivalent to deoxyribose. Both proteins and complex carbohydrates are which of the following? A pair of male Holstein black-and-white calves that have the same parents display many similarities but also exhibit some variations.
Environmentalists are hoping to protect endangered organisms by calling for a reduction in the use of pesticides, because loss of these organisms would: C. D the polysaccharide coat of bacteria caused pneumonia. Which of the following describes a necessary condition for these changes in the finch populations to occur? The only organelles that both of them share areribosomes and a cell membrane. When discussing gene with , an exon is a portion of the transcript that could be translated, given the correct splicing conditions. A protoplasts B fungi C L forms D mycoplasmas E animal cells Answer: B Section: 4. B No replication fork will be formed.