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FLASHBACK FRIDAY cells/viruses/cell transport/biomolecules

Quiz by Renee Delgado

High School
Biology (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1
    Which structure can be found in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
    Nucleus
    Cytoplasm
    Mitochondrion
    Chloroplast
    45s
  • Q2
    Which of the following is a defining characteristic of a Eukaryotic cell?
    The method of movement
    Presence of a membrane-bound nucleus
    The composition of the cell membrane
    The method of cellular respiration
    45s
  • Q3
    Identify the Venn diagram section(s) which include(s) PROKARYOTIC cells.
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    I, II
    IV
    I
    I, II, III, IV
    30s
  • Q4
    What additional characteristic (X) belongs in the central section of the above Venn diagram?
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    Golgi Body
    Ribosome
    Plasma membrane
    Mitochondrion
    45s
  • Q5
    What type of cell is described below?
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    Animal Cell
    Plant cell
    Bacterial Cell
    Virus
    45s
  • Q6
    Which of the following best explains the process illustrated?
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    Movement of molecules against a concentration gradient expending energy
    Transport down the concentration gradient by means of a carrier molecule
    Separation of suspended particles from a fluid environment through a porous membrane
    Passage of water molecules through a semi-permeable membrane to equalize concentration
    60s
  • Q7
    What best describes the transport process occurring in the model?
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    Sodium ions are moving from low concentration to high concentration by using energy.
    Sodium ions are moving from high concentration to low concentration without using energy
    Sodium ions are moving from low concentration to high concentration without using energy.
    Energy is used to move sodium ions from high concentration to low concentration.
    60s
  • Q8
    Which of the following DOES NOT describe osmosis?
    Water moves across the cell membrane from the side with high osmotic pressure towards the side with low osmotic pressure.
    Passive transport without the use of proteins to facilitate the passage of molecules.
    Oxygen transfers into red blood cells through small gaps in the cell membrane from the oxygen-rich environment surrounding the cells.
    Molecules that are transported in and out of a cell without the use of energy.
    60s
  • Q9
    Which student(s) gave an accurate statement regarding cellular transport?
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    Students 1 and 2
    Students 2, 3, and 4
    Student 1 only
    Students 1, 2, and 4
    45s
  • Q10
    Due to environmental changes, the water concentration outside of a cell becomes higher than the water concentration inside of the cell. How would the cell most likely respond to maintain homeostasis?
    Cell would move water in and out.
    The cell would increase the production of salt.
    The cell would fill with water.
    The cell would release water.
    45s
  • Q11
    Observe the virus and cell pictures. Each has projections that extend beyond the main structure. How are these projections used differently in viruses and protists?
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    Viruses use projections to move throughout their host while protists use projections to attach to other cells.
    Viruses use projections to allow substances to pass through the main structure while protists use projections for protection.
    Viruses use projections to attach to cells while protists use projections to move through their environment.
    Viruses use projections to defend against the immune system while protists use projections to eat.
    60s
  • Q12
    Which of the following are not viruses
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    II
    I, III, IV
    III, IV
    II, IV. V
    45s
  • Q13
    Norovirus outbreaks have caused many schools to close. Norovirus causes extreme vomiting within as little of 12 hours of exposure. The virus is spread in the air as infected individuals vomit. Based on this information, which reproductive cycle does norovirus most likely undergo?
    Mitosis
    Lytic cycle
    Meiosis
    Lysogenic cycle
    60s
  • Q14
    What structure is most likely NOT found in both viruses and cells?
    DNA
    Nucleus
    Protein
    RNA
    45s
  • Q15
    What event would indicate that a virus undergoes the lysogenic cycle?
    The virus reproduces quickly, causing symptoms to arise shortly after infection.
    The virus uses projections to attach to specific cells before injecting nucleic acid.
    The virus lyse the cell to release new viruses and infect other healthy cells.
    The virus stays dormant for a period of time before starting to reproduce.
    45s

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