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1.

The measure of the average kinetic energy of


molecules is known as_____.
a. kinetic energy
b. temperature
c. expansion
d. heat of vaporization
2. The movement of the a wind is always from
a. North to south
b. east to west
c. low pressure region to high pressure
region
d. high pressure region to low pressure
region
3. Baking soda produces carbon dioxide when
mixed with
a. sour milk
b. flour
c. water
d. egg
4. Winds are caused by
a. Ocean currents
b. the motions of the earth
c. the waving of the branches of the
trees
d. the unequal heating of the earths
surface
5.A positively-charged ion has:
a. more proton than electrons
b. more electrons than protons
c. an equal number of neutrons and
electrons
d. an equal number of protons and
electrons
6. Which of the following statement is TRUE?
a. Bees die of the sting
b. Bats can pick up radio signals
c. Penguins can fly
d. Owls can move their eyes in their
heads.

7. Animals which live on land but return to the


water to breed
a. mammals
b. Amphibians
c. Reptiles
d. Crustaceans

8. The sun is mostly made of which gas?


a. hydrogen
b. oxygen
c. nitrogen
d. helium
9. Which of the following elements is most
common in the earths crust?
a. aluminum
b. silicon
c. iron
d. calcium
10. Which of the following is an element?
a. water
b. salt
c. 24-karat gold
d. carbon dioxide
11. The building blocks from which all matter is
composed are known as
a. elements
b. liquids
c. compounds
d. atoms
12. The cellular structure that is involved in
producing ATP during aerobic respiration is
a. nucleus
b. nucleolus
c. Chloroplasts
d. mitochondrion
13. Which of the following cellular structures are
common to both prokaryotes and eukaryotes?

a. Ribosomes
b. Nucleoli
c. Chloroplasts
d. Mitochondrion
14. Lysosomes are
a. Involved in the production of fats
b. Involved in the production of protein
c. Involved in the production of
polysaccharides
d. Involved in the cellular substances
15. All of the following characterize microtubules
EXCEPT
a. They are made of the protein tubulin
b. They are involved in providing motility
c. They are organized by basal bodies
d. They develop from the plasma
membrane
16. When the concentration of solutes differs on
the two sides of membrane permeable only to
water?
a. Water will move across the membrane
by osmosis
b. Water will move across the membrane
by active transport
c. Water will move across the membrane
by plasmolysis
d. Water will move across the membrane
by facilitated diffusion
17. All the following are known to be components
of cell walls EXCEPT?
a. Actin
b. Chitin
c. Polysaccharides
d. Cellulose
18. A smooth endoplasmic reticulum exhibits all
of the following activities EXCEPT
a. Assembling amino acids to make
protein
b. manufacturing lipids
c. Breaking down toxins
d. Manufacturing hormones

19. Which of the following is the original source


of all energy used by nearly all organism on earth
a. ATP
b. Plants
c. Heart
d. The Sun
20. When deciduous tress drop their leaves in
the fall, the leaved turn to various shades of red,
ornage and yellow, the source of these color is
a. Chlorophyll
b. caroteneoids
c. ATP
d. Fungal growth
21. All of the following occur in cyclic
photophosphorylation EXCEPT
a. Electrons move along an electron
transport chain
b. Electrons in chlorophyll becomes
excited
c. ATP is absorbed
d. NAD{H is produced
22. Which of the following has four significant
figures?
a. 1.68
b. 168.0
c. 0.0168
d. 0.00168

23. A substance that gives up hydrogen ions to


water to form hydronium ion is called
a. a base
b. an acid
c. A salt
d. hydroxide
24. Genetic disorders can be caused by
a. gene mutation
b. changes in chromosomes structure
c. changes in chromosomes number

d, All of the Above


25. There are six biological kingdoms of
organisms. How many include only single-celled
organisms?

a. one
b. two
c. three
d. four