Science 7 SP (Part 2) Life Science Review Packet Questions Review for Final

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  1. The horizontal axis is the _________ variable.
    independent/manipulated
  2. The _____ axis is the responding variable.
    vertical
  3. Axis are numbered using the ____ interval.
    same
  4. Each axis is labeled with the ________ and the ____.
    • variable
    • unit
  5. A student visits a stream. The student writes down four statements in his notebook. Which statement is an inference?

    A) the maximum water depth is 8.7 meters.
    B) The stream was formed during the last Ice Age.
    C) The water temperature is 16.0 degrees Celsius.
    D) The water is so clear that I can see the bottom
    B) The stream was formed during the last Ice Age.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. A student is rolling a ball down a ramp. Which statement is an observation?

    A) If the ramp is steeper, then the ball will roll faster.
    B) Friction slowed the ball.
    C) Gravity caused the ball's motion down the ramp.
    D) The ball rolled 86.3 cm. in 3.0 seconds.
    D) The ball rolled 86.3 cm in 3.0 seconds.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Which set of items could be used to make observations during an experiment?

    A) touch, ruler, notebook
    B) sight, touch, textbook
    C) sight, ruler, stopwatch
    D) sight, graph paper, calculator
    C) sight, ruler, stopwatch
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. An orderly process used to solve problems and investigate the world is

    A) technology
    B) scientific method
    C) prediction
    D) theory
    B) scientific method
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. A student decides to enter a science contest that requires and original research project. What is the first step she must take in doing the research?

    A) state the problem to which she wants to find an answer
    B) design an experiment
    C) write a conclusion
    D) collect data in an organized chart
    A) state the problem to which she wants to find an answer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The information that has been collected through observation and measurement is called the

    A) conclusion
    B) theory
    C) data
    D) variables
    C) data
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  11. In an experiment, the factor that is being tested and changed is the

    A) variable
    B) data
    C) conclusion
    D) inference
    A) variable
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  12. Diagrams, tables, and graphs are used by scientist mainly to

    A) predict the independent variable
    B) organize data
    C) design a procedure
    D) test a hypothesis
    B) organize data
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  13. All of the following are safe procedures to follow when heating a beaker of water except:

    A) watch the beaker as it is heated
    B) using heat-resistant gloves
    C) keep the counter clear of papers
    D) remove your goggles when you put the beaker on the hot plate
    D) remove your goggles when you put the beaker on the hot plate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. The length of a sneaker is best measured in:

    A) millimeters
    B) meters
    C) centimeters
    D) kilometers
    C) centimeters
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. The mass of a very large boulder is best expressed in

    A) kilograms
    B) centigrams
    C) milligrams
    D) grams
    A) kilograms
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Plants produce a variety of substances: food, flavorings, drugs, poisons. This is a result of the life process of

    A) growth
    B) synthesis
    C) reproduction
    D) respiration
    B) synthesis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. A migrating bird needs a large amount of energy. Which life process directly provides this energy?

    A) synthesis
    B) excretion
    C) aerobic cellular respiration
    D) regulation
    C) aerobic cellular respiration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. All organisms have structures that remove wastes such as carbon dioxide and excess water. This life process is called.

    A) excretion
    B) respiration
    C) nutrition
    D) regulation
    A) excretion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. A life process that must be carried on by every living organism is called

    A) locomotion
    B) respiration
    C) reproduction
    D) photosynthesis
    B) respiration
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  20. A life process that is not necessary to the survival of the individual organism is called

    A) excretion
    B) reproduction
    C) nutrition
    D) respiration
    B) reproduction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. The maintenance of a constant internal environment is called

    A) synthesis
    B) respiration
    C) homeostasis
    D) transport
    C) homeostasis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Living organisms are classified into kingdoms based on

    A) size
    B) habitat
    C) structure
    D) behavior
    C) structure
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Which is the correct order in the classification system for organisms?

    A) genus, species, kingdom
    B) kingdom, genus, species
    C) kingdom, species, genus
    D) species, kingdom, genus
    B) kingdom, genus, species
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Which classification group has the greatest similarity among its members?

    A) genus
    B) kingdom
    C) species
    D) phylum
    C) species
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Which classification category has the greatest number of different types of organisms?

    A) genus
    B) family
    C) species
    D) kingdom
    D) kingdom
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. A one-celled organism with a nucleus, chloroplasts, and the ability to move is a

    A) monera
    B) plant
    C) fungi
    D) protist
    D) protist
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. A organism who is multicellular, doesn't have a nucleus in each cell, not green, and has the ability to move is a(n)

    A) animal
    B) plant
    C) monera
    D) protist
    A) animal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. A species that is multicellular, has a simple root system, is non-green, and can not move on its own would be

    A) a plant
    B) a fungi
    C) a monera
    D) an animal
    B) a fungi
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Which cell structure controls most cell activities and the inheritance of traits?

    A) nucleus
    B) chloroplast
    C) cytoplasm
    D) cell membrane
    A) nucleus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. The movement of material into and out of the cell is controlled by the

    A) chloroplast
    B) nucleus
    C) cell membrane
    D) cytoplasm
    C) cell membrane
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Which structures are found in a cell from a dog?

    A) cytoplasm, nucleus, chloroplast
    B) cytoplasm, nucleus, cell wall
    C) cytoplasm, nucleus, cell membrane
    D) cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall
    C) cytoplasm, nucleus, cell membrane
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. Which is the most common compound found in cytoplasm?

    A) water
    B) carbohydrates
    C) sugar
    D) carbon dioxide
    A) water
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  33. A cell has a cell membrane, nucleus, cell wall, and chloroplasts. This cell is most likely from

    A) a plant
    B) a bacteria
    C) an animal
    D) a fungus
    A) a plant
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. 2 things animal cells and plant cells have in common
    • cell membrane
    • nucleus
  35. 2 structures found only in the plant cell
    • cell wall
    • chloroplasts
  36. Bacteria of decay (decomposers) are important components of an ecosystem because they

    A) recycle organic matter
    B) carry on photosynthesis
    C) absorb sunlight
    D) produce oxygen
    A) recycle organic matter
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. As a member of the ecological community, humans are classified as

    A) decomposers
    B) consumers
    C) autotrophs
    D) producers
    B) consumers
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. Solar energy enters food chains through the life processes of

    A) carnivores
    B) producers
    C) decomposers
    D) omnivores
    B) producers
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. The decomposers that decay plant and animal matter in an ecosystem include

    A) bacteria and mushrooms
    B) grasses and mushrooms
    C) grasses and bacteria
    D) grasses and insects
    A) bacteria and mushrooms
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  40. The typical sequence for a food chain is

    A) herbivores --> carnivores --> green plants
    B) green plants --> herbivores --> carnivores
    C) green plants --> carnivores --> herbivores
    D) herbivores --> green plants --> carnivores
    B) green plants --> herbivores --> carnivores
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. In the food chain: algae --> minnow --> trout --> X, which organism could be X?

    A) pine tree
    B) human
    C) jellyfish
    D) cow
    B) human
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  42. In a food web, the greatest amount of chemical energy is provided by

    A) producers
    B) decomposers
    C) secondary consumers
    D) primary consumers
    A) producers
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  43. Overpopulation of deer in an area will most likely cause

    A) an increase in the amount of plants available for food
    B) a decrease in disease among the deer
    C) an increase in competition among the deer
    D) a decrease in the number of predators of the deer
    C) an increase in competition among the deer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. In an abandoned field, the grasses were slowly replaced by small bushes and then years later by a forest of trees. This is known as

    A) competition
    B) predation
    C) ecological succession
    D) conservation of energy
    C) ecological succession
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  45. Which activity has a negative effect on the environment?

    A) establishing a wildlife preserve
    B) recycling aluminum cans
    C) use of chemical pesticides
    D) controlling air pollution
    C) use of chemical pesticides
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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