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Question 1 of 20 A nucleus is found in: A. bacteria.

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Question 1 of 20

A nucleus is found in:
A. bacteria.

B. eukaryotic cells.

C. blue-green algae.

D. All of these answers are true.



Question 2 of 20

The main components of a cell membrane are:
A. phospholipids and proteins.

B. steroids and carbohydrates.

C. nucleic acids and simple sugars.

D. proteins and steroids.



Question 3 of 20

The endoplasmic reticulum:
A. functions in internal transport of macromolecules.

B. carries on cellular respiration.

C. is the site of photosynthesis.

D. is dispersed nuclear material of DNA and protein.



Question 4 of 20

The aerobic cellular respiration (release of energy from food) of carbohydrates occurs in the:
A. lysosome.

B. mitochondrion.

C. chloroplast.

D. flagellum.



Question 5 of 20

Long structures used for cell movement are:
A. centrioles.

B. cilia.

C. flagella.

D. granules.



Question 6 of 20

Some people get repeated fungal infections because they cannot destroy these dangerous microbes after their white blood cells phagocytize them. This most likely means that these people have __________ that do not work properly.
A. ribosomes

B. lysosomes

C. mitochondria

D. microtubules



Question 7 of 20

Enzymes are:
A. fats.

B. sugars.

C. starches.

D. proteins.



Question 8 of 20

Enzyme competition occurs when:
A. one type of enzyme reacts with one type of substrate.

B. an enzyme does not react with a substrate.

C. three different types of enzymes react with one type of substrate.

D. an enzyme stops a reaction.



Question 9 of 20

The proton pump is responsible for the production of:
A. ATPs.

B. oxygen.

C. ADP.

D. All of these answers are true.



Question 10 of 20

An anaerobic process does NOT require:
A. water.

B. oxygen.

C. energy.

D. phosphate.



Question 11 of 20

The end product of glycolysis is:
A. ketone.

B. alcohol.

C. pyruvic acid.

D. lactic acid.



Question 12 of 20

The result of the complete breakdown of glucose during aerobic cellular respiration in eukaryotic cells will yield a net gain of:
A. two ATP.

B. four ATP.

C. thirty-six ATP.

D. forty-two ATP.



Question 13 of 20

Lactic acid is formed by combining:
A. pyruvic acid and hydrogen.

B. CO2 and hydrogen.

C. ethyl alcohol and hydrogen.

D. pyruvic acid and oxygen.



Question 14 of 20

Before fats can be metabolized in aerobic cellular respiration, they must be converted to:
A. simple sugars.

B. fatty acids and glycerol.

C. amino acids.

D. fatty acids and amino acids.



Question 15 of 20

The digestion of a protein results in:
A. sugars.

B. enzymes.

C. amino acids.

D. the formation of peptide bonds.



Question 16 of 20

The molecule that traps the sun's energy is:
A. ATP.

B. glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate.

C. chloroplast.

D. chlorophyll.



Question 17 of 20

__________ take(s) place within the grana.
A. Light-dependent reactions

B. Light-independent reactions

C. The entire photosynthesis process

D. Aerobic cellular respiration



Question 18 of 20

Thylakoids are found in:
A. chloroplasts.

B. mitochondria.

C. liver cells.

D. fungal cells.



Question 19 of 20

Energy gathering or concentrating mechanisms that allow light to be collected more efficiently during photosynthesis are called:
A. mitochrondria.

B. photosystems.

C. light-independent reactions.

D. ribulose.



Question 20 of 20

O2 is a product of:
A. light-dependent reactions.

B. light-independent reactions.

C. light-capturing events.

D. All of the choices are correct.
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Category: Homework
Expert:  Cher replied 10 months ago.
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My name is XXXXX XXXXX it will be my pleasure to assist you today.

I'm working on your exam now and will have it for you shortly.

Best regards,
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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

This is my first time using this service, what type of additional information do you need from me? I don't see any answers posted.

Expert:  Cher replied 10 months ago.
Hi again, and thanks for your reply.

No additional information is necessary. I will be sending your answers momentarily and you will receive an email notification.

My previous 'Information Request' needed to be sent that way because it was not an 'Answer'. That's how the site works.


Thanks for your patience!

Best regards,
Cher
Customer: replied 10 months ago.


Thanks so much!

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.


Cher,


 


I have two more sets of questions. Can you answer them? And is each set stil $20.00?


 


Thanks,


judy

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Expert:  Cher replied 10 months ago.

Hi again,

My apologies that I was offline at the time you posted back.

Can you please send one set of questions at a time in a new, separate question to my attention (beginning with "For Cher Only") and I'll let you know if I can help. Thanks!

As per site rules, we are only permitted to answer one set of questions on a question page.

Best regards,
Cher

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The primary function of the blood is:















A. transportation.
B. metabolism.
C. increasing temperature.
D. to supply the lymphatic system.

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Lymph returns to the circulatory system:















A. because it is pumped by the heart.
B. by entering large veins near the heart.
C. by seeping into capillaries.
D. when it enters arteries.

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Contraction of the diaphragm causes:















A. a person to exhale.
B. the size of the chest cavity to increase.
C. air to flow from the lungs to the outside.
D. compression of the lungs.

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The function of the large intestine is to:















A. supply enzymes for digestion.
B. remove water.
C. absorb nutrients.
D. produce vitamins.

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The primary function of the loop of Henle is:















A. removal of glucose.
B. removal of water from the nephron.
C. secretion of hydrogen ions.
D. to produce liquid for the nephron.

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An example of assimilation is the:















A. synthesis of carbon.
B. synthesis of proteins.
C. hydrolysis of water.
D. hydrolysis of oxygen.

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Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and vitamins are all examples of:















A. nutrients.
B. sources of energy.
C. inorganic compounds.
D. catalysts.

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Which is true of Dietary Reference Intakes?















A. They are the same as the old Recommended Dietary Allowances.
B. They must be followed to be healthy.
C. They apply to a person with medical problems.
D. They provide information on the amounts of certain nutrients various members of the public should receive.

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__________ is an estimate of the amount of energy needed to maintain basic body functions while at rest.















A. Basic energy
B. Caloric intake
C. Basal energy needs
D. Basal metabolic rate

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Early death associated with obesity has recently been termed:















A. sudden infant death syndrome (SDS).
B. sedentary death syndrome (SDS).
C. wasting disease.
D. nutritional deficiency disease (NDS).

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Motor neurons:















A. send messages to the brain.
B. are part of the sensory nervous system.
C. normally receive messages from sense organs.
D. are normally considered part of the peripheral nervous system.

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Which of the following is a neurotransmitter?















A. Sodium ions
B. Cholinesterase
C. Synapse
D. Acetylcholine

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The brain directly regulates the:















A. posterior pituitary.
B. ovaries.
C. thyroid.
D. pancreas.

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The taste known as sour is caused by:















A. the presence of hydrogen ions.
B. hot materials.
C. sugars.
D. any kind of ions.

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Muscles are grouped in antagonistic sets because:















A. muscles cannot lengthen by themselves.
B. muscles push but cannot pull.
C. they do not like one another.
D. there is an increase in metabolic efficiency if they are present in antagonistic sets.

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Sperm cells are moved out of the testes in the:















A. seminiferous tubules.
B. fallopian tubes.
C. cervical canal.
D. vas deferens.

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Which of the following most closely describes the cervix?















A. A neck-like area of the ovary
B. A region between the uterus and vagina
C. A narrowed opening from the prostate gland
D. An opening from the vagina to the outside

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In most women's menstrual cycles, ovulation occurs:















A. at the onset of the flow.
B. halfway through the cycle.
C. just after sexual intercourse.
D. just following the last cycle.

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The placenta:















A. conducts the mother's blood directly to the embryo.
B. is responsible for providing the nutritional needs of the embryo.
C. nourishes the egg while it is yet in the ovary.
D. is discharged from the body and rebuilt approximately every twenty-eight days.

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Identical twins:















A. are the result of one fertilized egg dividing to become two individuals.
B. do not usually have the same DNA.
C. result from two eggs being fertilized by one sperm.
D. result from one egg being fertilized by two sperm.











































































The sporophyte generation:















A. is diploid.
B. is haploid.
C. is not found in ferns.
D. produces sex cells.

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In the mosses, archegonia produce:















A. eggs.
B. zygotes.
C. diploid cells.
D. sperm.

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Specialized outgrowths of roots that increase the efficiency of absorbing water from the soil are called:















A. root hairs.
B. nodules.
C. xylem.
D. phloem.

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Ferns are not limited to wet areas due to the development of:















A. flowers.
B. leaves.
C. roots.
D. vascular tissue.

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Gymnosperms:















A. are usually insect pollinated.
B. are found above the timberline on mountains.
C. are seed-bearing plants.
D. have flowers.

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Unprotected seeds are found in:















A. cones.
B. perfect flowers.
C. imperfect flowers.
D. fruit.

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Angiosperms differ from most other plants in that they:















A. lack chlorophyll.
B. are beneficial to people.
C. produce spores abundantly.
D. have flowers.

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A perfect flower is one that has:















A. five petals, five sepals, and five stamens.
B. exactly duplicated petals.
C. only pistils.
D. pistils and stamens.

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Plants that do not shed all of their leaves at one time are:















A. angiosperms.
B. flowering.
C. nondeciduous.
D. deciduous.

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The diameter of a tree increases due to new growth in the:















A. bark.
B. xylem.
C. cambium.
D. All of these answers are true.

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Poikilotherms:















A. have the same body temperature as their environment.
B. maintain a cold body temperature.
C. maintain a constant body temperature.
D. are always unicellular organisms.

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Animals with no particular body shape have:















A. asymmetry.
B. radial symmetry.
C. bilateral symmetry.
D. coeloms.

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Animals that can only be divided into mirror halves along one plane have:















A. asymmetry.
B. radial symmetry.
C. bilateral symmetry.
D. acoeloms.

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In animals constructed of a tube within a tube, the open space between the two tubes is the:















A. digestive system.
B. respiratory system.
C. coelom.
D. muscles.

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A specific type of reproduction in which a new organism is an outgrowth of the parent is:















A. budding.
B. fragmentation.
C. cloning.
D. sexual.

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A free-swimming adult stage that reproduces sexually is a:















A. larva.
B. polyp.
C. medusa.
D. zygote.

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The most harmful parasite for plants and animals is the:















A. roundworm.
B. protozoan.
C. fungus.
D. flatworm.

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Benthic organisms are found:















A. on the ocean surface.
B. free-swimming anywhere in the ocean.
C. on the ocean bottom.
D. along the ocean shore.

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The development of a shelled egg allowed __________ to become completely adapted to land.















A. mammals
B. insects
C. reptiles
D. amphibians

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Marsupial animals complete development in:















A. a placenta.
B. water.
C. an egg.
D. a pouch.


Expert:  Cher replied 10 months ago.
Hi again,

I think you misunderstood. You will need to open this new set of questions as a new question in the Homework category to my attention (begin the question with "For Cher Only") in order for me to answer them. Also, please split them into 20 questions per question page, in other words, post two new questions.

Also, your offer amount for these questions is not adequate for this amount of work, so if you could post each of the the 2 new sets questions for $40, that would be a fair amount.

Just click here to access my question page:
http://www.justanswer.com/homework/expert-cher/

Then post your question in the white box below my picture where it says "Ask a Question" and still begin your post with "For Cher Only".

Please remember to split your 40 questions into 2 sets of 20 and post as two new, separate questions.

By when do you need this completed?

If you have any questions about what to do, please ask them here.

Thank you!
Cher
Customer: replied 10 months ago.


So each set of questions would be $20??


 


Also, when I tried to go to your page and submit the quesitons it would not take all of them.

Expert:  Cher replied 10 months ago.
Hi again,

It's possible that the question box on my page wouldn't take all of them because there are too many. Try entering just 20, not 40. Also, make sure you have enough funds in your JustAnswer account. That may be another reason why you couldn't put all the questions in the box. Yes, each set of questions would be $20, posted in 2 separate questions to my attention.

Best regards,
Cher

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