Bio Exam #2

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Bio Exam #2
2011-02-28 17:34:09

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  1. Which of the following is radially symmetrical?
    Cnideria and adult echinodermata
  2. The animal phylum with the most species is:
  3. A key evolutionary development in phylum Nematoda was
    Having a separate anus and mouth
  4. On of the key elements of cell theory is:
  5. Some prokaryotic cells are "anaerobic" referring to their
    ability to live without oxygen
  6. small cells tend to have
    increased membrane surface are
  7. The process of making protein is:
  8. Specialized, membrane bound structures within cells are known as
  9. the endoplasmic reticulum is
  10. every cell has the following three components:
    cell membrane, cytoplasm, genetic material
  11. one of the functions of a vacuole in a plant cell is to
    stretch from water pressure so that plants can grow
  12. the universal form of energy in all living cells is
  13. Moving hydrogen ions from one side of a membrane to the other
    proton pump
  14. the lifespan of a lipid bilayer in the membrane is generally
  15. The "Endosymbiosis hypothesis" proposes that
    mutualistic relationship between different organisms and capable of independent reproduction
  16. The overall function of mitochondria is to
  17. Which of the following are examples of kinetic energy?
    Wind, flowing stream, electricity, heat
  18. The first law of thermodynamics tells us that
    whatever energy you put into a system is energy you will get out
  19. As "energy organelles" plant cells have
  20. The first organisms on Earth occurred about ____ years ago
    3.8 billion
  21. Autotrophic organisms get their energy from
  22. the early atmosphere of the Earth had
    hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water vapors, but NO oxygen
  23. "Family" is a level in the Linnaean classification hierarchy between
    order and genus
  24. when tectonic plates tipped, they influenced evolution by
  25. The multicellular kingdoms differ in their:
  26. Scientific names are used instead of common names because
    universal and more efficient
  27. Linnaeus named a plant "Siegesbeckia" in order to
    spite the guy that the plant is named after
  28. In which kingdom do we classify viruses?
  29. Viruses are composed of _____ & ______?
    capsid, genetic material
  30. _________ are viruses that attack bacteria
  31. HIV infection attacks the:
    T4 lymphocytes (immune system cells); basically attacks the whole immune system
  32. Which of the following is true of viruses outside the host cell?
  33. Which of the following human diseases is not caused by viruses?
  34. HIV stands for:
    Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  35. The Spanish Flu:
  36. A problem associated with the development of a vaccine against the Bird Flu virus:
  37. In the movie, what epidemic did Dr. John Snow prevent in 1854 in London?
  38. The bird flu is caused by what strain of virus?
  39. Why were young children the first casualties of the Bird Flu in Thailand?
  40. Where did the Bird Flu come from?
  41. What percentage of the people who catch the Bird Flue die from it?
  42. Which of the following might be effective in preventing the Bird Flu from becoming a pandemic?
  43. New DNA data will probably be most important in showing evolutionary relationships in kingdom:
  44. The two kingdoms that are most different are:
  45. Azolla and its associated cyanobacterium are:
  46. An example of why the two kingdom system of classification was not workable is
  47. The reason the Kingdom Protista is difficult to characterize is:
  48. Members of Phylum Sarcomastigophora feed by:
  49. Characteristics of Phylum Myxomycota include: