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  1. which of the following indicates the number of neutrons and electrons for a neutral isotope of iridium that has a mass of 191?
    114 nuetrons and 77 electrons
  2. When examining electronegativity values, which of the following atoms will form the least polar bond with hydrogen?

    a. Hydrogen
    b. Flourine
    c. Chlorine
    d. Bromine
    A
  3. Which of the following is the best electrical conductor?
    a. Bromine
    b. Arsenic
    c. Carbon
    d. Potassium
    D
  4. A large saturated hydrocarbon will contain?
    more than twice as many hydrogen atoms as carbon atoms
  5. ____ are higher taxonomic level of organiation than_____?
    Cells and molecules
  6. Which of the following is needed for cellular waste recycling?
    Lysosomes
  7. Which system includes organs between the mouth and the anus?
    Digestive
  8. How does a Punnett square help predict the gentype of the offpring if the alleles of both parents are known?
    Shows what genotypes are possible in the offspring
  9. A substance with a pH of 7.0 when dissolved in water is said to be?
    Neutral
  10. Which of the following by-products of cellular respiration is used by autotrophs in the production of glucose?
    Carbon dioxide
  11. The pancreas is part of which of the following systems?
    Endocrine
  12. Which of the following is responsible for base pairing in complementary strands of DNA?
    Hydrogen
  13. After passing through the stomach, food continues into which of the following structures?
    Duodenum
  14. Which of the following is the term given to multiple forms of a gene that are produced by mutations?
    Allele
  15. During mitosis and cell division, spindle fibers are associated with which of thefollowing organelles?
    Centrosomes
  16. In which of the following stages of developement do individual tissue layers begin to form?
    Gastrulation
  17. In which of the following parts of the gastrointestinal tract does the absorption of water primarily occur?
    Colon
  18. How many cels are formed upon completing meiosis II?
    4
  19. One property of bases?
    Liberates OH- in solution
  20. During which of the following stages of inerphase is mRNA synthesized?
    G1
  21. A harmful example of catalytic reaction involves the breakdown of ozone by use of_____?
    Chlorine ions
  22. Phenotypes are seen due to the production of ______ from the genotypic code found inthe cell nucleus?
    Proteins
  23. Receiving a vaccination against a particular disease results in the following types of immunity?
    Active
  24. The veins in the upper part of the body are responsible for transporting blood to which of the following areas of the heart?
    Superior vena cava
  25. The spleen and thorasic ducts are parts of which of the following systems?
    Lymphatic
  26. Which of the following taxonomic ranks is most specific?
    Species
  27. The following pulls air into the body during inspiration?
    Diaphragm
  28. During which of the following processes does RNA relay information to the ribosomes?
    Translation
  29. Where is urine stored?
    Bladder
  30. Which organ produces bile that begins the breakdown of fat?
    Liver
  31. Water's____ bonding results in a _____ration of hydrogen to oxygen?
    Covalent and 2:1
  32. How do inhibitors affect the reation rate of enzymes?
    They block the active sites of the substrate, causing greatly reduced activity

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