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Biology CGHS 1st Semester

Quiz by Demetris Riddles

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24 questions
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  • Q1
    Exocytosis is an example of what type of process:
    Difussion
    Active Transport
    Osmosis
    Passive Transport
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  • Q2
    Normal DNA: TAC AAA GCT ACT Mutated DNA: TAC AAG CTA CTC What is true about the mutatated DNA?
    The mutation is the result of substituition mutation.
    The mutation is the result of deletion mutation.
    The mutation is the result of inversion mutation.
    120s
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  • Q3
    You have a DNA sequence of: ACG ATG. After it goes through translation it becomes: which amino acids?
    After translation, you Glycine and Methonine
    After translation you get Methonine and Cytosine
    After translation, you get Cystenine and Tyrosine
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  • Q4
    You have the codons: GCU and UCA. What are their amino acid sequence?
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    Guanine and Serine because it gives you the mRNA sequence which is always used to find their amino acids.
    Alanine and Serine because it gives you the mRNA sequence which is always used to find their amino acids.
    Cystine and Serine because it gives you the mRNA sequence which is always used to find their amino acids.
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  • Q5
    Which of the following is a monomer for DNA?
    Fatty Acid
    Amino Acid
    Monosaccharide
    Nulceotide
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  • Q6
    Which of the following is a monomer for RNA?
    Nucleotide
    Monosaccharide
    Fatty Acid
    Amino Acid
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  • Q7
    Describe the process shown in the model?
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    Crossing-over
    Makes off-spring idential
    Non-Disjunction
    Results in less genetic variation
    45s
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  • Q8
    Grapes were soaked in fresh water over night. The grapes grew in size and were very plump. What type of solution causes this?
    Hypotonic Soulution
    Isotonic Solution
    Hypertonic Solution
    120s
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  • Q9
    Which best describes ATP?
    Low energy molecule with 2 phosphates.
    Low energy molecule with 3 phosphates.
    High energy molecule with 2 phosphates.
    High energy molecule with 3 phosphates.
    45s
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  • Q10
    What process is the above diagram showing?
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    Crossing-Over
    Non-Disjunction
    Semi-Conservative
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  • Q11
    Which of the following is found in RNA?
    Deoxiribose, phosphate and Uracil
    Deoxiribose, phosphate and Thymine
    Ribose, phosphate and Thymine
    Ribose, phosphate and Uracil
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  • Q12
    Which of the following is found in DNA?
    Ribose, phosphate and Thymine
    Ribose, phosphate and Uracil
    Deoxiribose, phosphate and Uracil
    Deoxiribose, phosphate and Thymine
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  • Q13
    The diagram above shows molecules moving with the concentration gradient. What is the movement of those molecules and how? From:
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    Low to high concentration
    High to low concentration
    Not moving at all
    120s
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  • Q14
    What purpose does the above diagram serve?
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    Two daughter cells that are identical.
    Two daughter cells that have half the number of chromosomes.
    Two daughter cells that are not identical to parent.
    Two daughter cells that are not identical.
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  • Q15
    What process is shown in the diagram above?
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    Mitosis
    Meiosis
    Semi-Conservative
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  • Q16
    What process is shown in the diagram above?
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    Meiosis
    Mitosis
    Semi-Conservative
    Translation
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  • Q17
    The process of making another DNA strand duirng protein synthesis is called:
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    Replication
    Translation
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  • Q18
    Original DNA: ATT CGT AGC Mutated DNA: ATT CGG TAGC What type of mutation took place?
    Deletion with an increase in genetic variation
    Insertion with a decrease in genetic variation
    Insertion with increase in genetic variation
    120s
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  • Q19
    What makes up a majority of the cell membrane?
    Protein, Fats and Carbohydrates
    Cholesterol, RNA and Nucleic Acids
    120s
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  • Q20
    What process helps to repair non-body cells?
    Mitosis
    Meiosis
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