bio quiz

bio quiz

this quiz will help you study for you bio exam it's a great way to study and also fun instead of looking over your notes each time :)

published on June 21, 201244 responses 5

what does the mitochondria do?

produce energy
produce heat
produce protein

what is the cell membrane made up of?

golgi
hypotonic
phospholids

what is a bacteria?

non-living and can't reproduce , needs a host
living and can reproduce asexually and sexually, doesn't need a host
is something gross

what does the ribosome do?

produces heat
produces protein
produces sugars

what is a monosaccharide and what is an example?

double sugar ex: candy
multi sugar ex:icecream
single sugar ex: glucose

what is a virus?

non living and can't reproduce and needs a host
something you can catch
a std

what is disaccharide and what is a example?

long carbonated fats ex: starches
single sugar ex:glucose
double sugar ex:lactose

what is a polysaccharide and what is an example?

some fancy word for clay
long carbonhydrate ex:starches
where water leaves the cell

what is hypertonic?

water leaves the cell (shrinks)
gas exchanges
where the cell stays the same

what is isotonic?

a robot
a part of mitosis
where the cell stays the same

what is hypotonic?

where water moves in the cell (expands)
something we test for a car engine
where the plant cells die

what is diffusion

where proteins travel through the body to the muscles
movement from high to low concentration
where blood travels through the veins to the heart

what is permeable?

allowing liquids or gases to pass through it
where we farts are made
part of the small intestine

what is impermeable?

not allowing fluid to pass through
not allowing blood to pass through
not allowing proteins to pass through

what is semi-permeable?

part of digestion
allows certain molecules or ions to pass through it
not allowing gases to pass through it

what is the shape of coccus?

round
oval
triangle

what does mono mean?

chain
two
single

what is the shape of bacillus?

oval
rectangle
helix

what does diplo mean?

clump
scattered
two

what is the shape of helix?

helix
oval
square

what does staphylo mean?

two
clump
chain

what is the shape of spirilium?

round
chain
spiral

what does strepto mean?

chain
three
four

what direction does a nerve impulse travel on a neuron?

axon to dendrites
dendrites to axon
axon to axon

why so we need muscles?

motion,heat,posture and body support
structure and to impress the ladies
protection of bones

why do we need bones?

posture
motion
attachment for muscles, support,protection of organs,storage of minerals and shock absorber

what is a tendon?

attaches muscle to bone
attaches bone to bone
attaches heart to veins

what is a ligament?

attaches bone to joints
attaches bone to bone
attaches sperm to egg

what is a molar used for?

used for chewing and grinding food
used for tearing food
used for cutting food

what are pre-molars used for?

biting surfaces
tearing and crushing food
cutting food

what are arteries?

medium and close to heart
biggest and away from heart and muscular
smallest and gas exchaneger

what are veins?

what blood is pumped through
what o2 is goes into to make red blood cells
medium, close to the heart, valves

what is dermal used for?

protection
support
tranport

what is ground used for?

transport
protection
support

what is vascular used for?

support
transport
protection

what does the xylem do?

food down the plant
sunlight down the plant
water down the plant

what is the largest bone in your body?

femur
spinal cord
shoulder blade