This is a very long test on biology including cell respiration, photosynthesis, and much more...

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What is the sample that goes through all the steps of an experiment but does not contain the variable being tested?

What is the amount of ATP NADH AND FADH 2 made in glycolysis?

What speed up and slow down the amount of energy needed in metabolic reactions?

Where are thylakoids found? Where are cristae found? (separate with a /)

What is a particle that carries a negative or positive charge?

What is the characteristic of an organic molecule?

What is a bond in which atoms share one pair of electrons?

What synthesizes proteins?

What does haploid mean?

What is a bond that arises between a slightly positive atom of one molecule and a slightly negative atom of another molecule?

What is the portion of Earth's surface where living things exist?

Where does cell respiration occur?

What happens in mitosis?

What collects, sorts, and distributes molecules and produces vesicles that will fuse with the plasma membrane?

What measures hydrogen ion concentration?

What traps light energy?

what is the lower solute concentration than the cytosol of a cell which causes the cell to gain water by osmosis?

Describe chromatin.

What types of macromolecules are enzymes?

What does it mean when certain substances can move across the membrane while others cannot?

What is the amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of water to 1 degree celsius?

What is the production of oocytes in females? What is the production of sperm in males? (separate with a /)

what is the pressure that is generated when water flows though a differentially permeable membrane?

What occurs when the heterozygote is intermediate in phenotype between the two homozygotes?

What is an individual that is heterozygous for two traits? What is heterozygous for one trait? (separate with a /)

What parts of the plasma membrane strengthen it?

What reactant in photosynthesis is the product of oxygen derived from?

What is an organic molecule that contains glycerol and fatty acids and is found in adipose tissue?

What is the smallest unit that has the characteristics of life?

What is a sugar that contains two units of a monosaccharide?

What do lysosomes do?

What is a mixture of two or more solutes?

What microscope provides the best resolution?

Which process does water get split and oxygen get released?

What is a class of organic compounds that include monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides?

What is the final acceptor of the electron transport chain?

What is a substance that is dissolved in a solvent, forming a solution?

What is the scale of biological organization from organism to biosphere?

cell, tissue, organ, organism, population, community,
ecosystem, biosphere
cell, tissue, organism, organ, population, community,
ecosystem, biosphere
cell, tissue, organ, organism, community, population,
ecosystem, biosphere

What is a storage polysaccharide, found in animals, that is composed of glucose molecules joined in a linear fashion but having numerous branches?

What is the dark-staining, spherical body in the nucleus that produces ribosomal units?

what is the movement of molecules or ions from a region of higher concentration to one of lower concentration?

When do chromosomes line up on the equatorial plane of the cell?

What is a characteristic of a hydrogen bond?

What makes up a nucleotide? (separate with a /)

What is the sequence of classification from domain to species?

domain, kingdom, phylum, class, family, order, genus, species
domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
domain, kingdom, phylum, order, class, family, genus, species

What is the pattern of inheritance in which both alleles of a gene are equally expressed?

When do muscles produce lactic acid?

What happens in cytokenesis?

What is ATP? What is it broken down into? (separate with a /)

What reaction joins two monomers to form a polymer? What breaks a polymer down to monomers? (separate with a /)

what is a fluid within a chloroplast that contains enzymes involved in the synthesis of carbohydrates during photosynthesis?

What is the product of the Calvin cycle?

What is the difference between C-14 and C-12?

What is the amount of ATP NADH AND FADH 2 made in krebs cycle?

what is the diffusion of water through a differentially permeable membrane?

What is the monomer of nucleic acids?

Does mitosis contain haploid or diploid daughter cells?

What is the general equation for cell respiration?

Are gamete haploid or diploid?

What is broken down in mitochondria to make ATP?

What is the process of moving things into a cell?

What microscope uses electrons and gives a 3-D image?

What is a supposition formulated after making an observation?

what is the higher solute concentration that the cell which causes the cell to lose water by osmosis.

What is the process of moving things outside the cell?

What does fluid mosaic model of the plasma membrane refer to? (separate with a /)

What regulates passage into and out of the cell?

What is the site that a substrate fits into an enzyme called?

What is created by the unequal sharing of electrons in a covalent bond?

What are the stages of the cell cycle? (separate with a /)

What is a constricted region of a chromosome where sister chromatids are attached to one another and where the chromosome attaches to the spindle fiber?

What is the separation of alleles from each other during meiosis so that games contain one from each pair?

What is a bond in which ions are attracted to one another by opposite charges?

What is one of two genetically identical chromosomal units that are the result of DNA replication and are attached to each other at the centromere?

What is the function of RuBP during photosynthesis?

Where does photosynthesis occur?

What is the covalent bond that joins two amino acids in a protein called?

What is the difference between active and passive transport?

What are the sequence of stages in the cell cycle? (separate with /)

what is equal in solute concentration to that of the cytoplasm of a cell which causes the cell to neither gain or lose water by osmosis?

What is a coenzyme of oxidation-reduction that accepts electrons and hydrogen ions? It carries electrons to the electron transport chain.

What is the organelle that uses oxygen and gives of CO2 and water?

What forms spindle fibers that help distribute chromosomes in cell division?

What is a fluid, such as water, that dissolves solutes?

What takes place at the stomata?

What organelles are found in the cytoplasm?

Select the eight correct answers
plasma membrane
golgi apparatus
cell wall
endoplasmic reticulum

When phase does the synthesis of DNA occur?

What can cause fats to mix with water?

What is the amount of ATP NADH AND FADH 2 made in electron transport chain?